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日期:2020-08-05 19:21:27

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, yes," said Kitty, clapping her hands, "very willing.""Well, then, come here, my dear," said D'Artagnan,establishing himself in an easy chair; "come, and let metell you that you are the prettiest SOUBRETTE I ever saw!"And he did tell her so much, and so well, that the poorgirl, who asked nothing better than to believe him, didbelieve him. Nevertheless, to D'Artagnan's great
2.  And at these words Lord de Winter passed his arm through that ofFelton, and led him out, laughing.
3.  "Take care, Athos!" cried D'Artagnan; "don't you see theyare aiming?"
4.  "Go on! go on!" said Felton; "you see plainly that I listen, andthat I am anxious to know the end."
5.  "The queen and the duke?" cried Richelieu.
6.  Athos took off his hat, placed it on the end of his sword,and waved it in the air.


1.  "Well?" eagerly demanded all his three friends.
2.  Milady stopped, and a bitter smile passed over her lips."Finally," said Felton, "finally, what did they do?""At length, one evening my enemy resolved to paralyze theresistance he could not conquer. One evening he mixed a powerfulnarcotic with my water. Scarcely had I finished my repast, whenI felt myself sink by degrees into a strange torpor. Although Iwas without mistrust, a vague fear seized me, and I tried tostruggle against sleepiness. I arose. I wished to run to thewindow and call for help, but my legs refused their office. Itappeared as if the ceiling sank upon my head and crushed me withits weight. I stretched out my arms. I tried to speak. I couldonly utter inarticulate sounds, and irresistible faintness cameover me. I supported myself by a chair, feeling that I was aboutto fall, but this support was soon insufficient on account of myweak arms. I fell upon one knee, then upon both. I tried topray, but my tongue was frozen. God doubtless neither heard norsaw me, and I sank upon the floor a prey to a slumber whichresembled death.
3.  "Porthos," replied Aramis, "I have had the occasion to observe toyou more than once that you are very indiscreet; and that isinjurious to you among the women."
4.  "And if I lose?"
5.  "Why, my companion. She who out of friendship for me wished to take mefrom my persecutors. She who, mistaking you for the cardinal's Guards,has just fled away."
6.  "In your place, I would do one thing."


1.  "You have been here a very long time, John," said he. "Has thiswoman been relating her crimes to you? In that case I cancomprehend the length of the conversation."
2.  As he gained the top of the Rue Guenegaud, he saw two personscoming out of the Rue Dauphine whose appearance very much struckhim. Of the two persons who composed this group, one was a manand the other a woman. The woman had the outline of Mme.Bonacieux; the man resembled Aramis so much as to be mistaken forhim.
4.  "What?"
5.   "I am much obliged to Monsieur for the crown he had given me, andI promise him to follow his instructions exactly; but it is notthe less true that letters which come in this way into shut-uphouses--"
6.  "We were to have conveyed her to a hotel in the PlaceRoyale," said the wounded man.


1.  "THE OTHER?" said Athos, in so stifled a voice thatD'Artagnan scarcely heard him.
2.  "Come, come, enough of such compliments!" cried Porthos."Remember, we are waiting for our turns."
3.  Athos set the lackeys to work first because, since these men had been inthe service of himself and his friends he had discovered in each of themdifferent and essential qualities. Then, lackeys who ask questionsinspire less mistrust than masters, and meet with more sympathy amongthose to whom they address themselves. Besides, Milady knew themasters, and did not know the lackeys; on the contrary, the lackeys knewMilady perfectly.
4、  On her side Mme. Bonacieux had also reflected; but, it must beadmitted, upon something widely different from ambition. Inspite of herself her thoughts constantly reverted to thathandsome young man who was so brave and appeared to be so much inlove. Married at eighteen to Mme. Bonacieux, having always livedamong her husband's friends--people little capable of inspiringany sentiment whatever in a young woman whose heart was above herposition--Mme. Bonacieux had remained insensible to vulgarseductions; but at this period the title of gentleman had greatinfluence with the citizen class, and D'Artagnan was a gentleman.Besides, he wore the uniform of the Guards, which next to that ofthe Musketeers was most admired by the ladies. He was, werepeat, handsome, young, and bold; he spoke of love like a manwho did love and was anxious to be loved in return. There wascertainly enough in all this to turn a head only twenty-threeyears old, and Mme. Bonacieux had just attained that happy periodof life.
5、  "Here, or in the neighborhood."




  • 丘吉尔 08-04

      "You are right," said D'Artagnan; "I will have done withher. I own that this woman terrifies me."

  • 吴风雷 08-04

      Porthos fancied they were mystifying him, and began to curlhis mustache and knit his eyebrows; but the knee of Mme.Coquenard gently advised him to be patient.

  • 郭利根 08-04

       Five seconds has scarcely elapsed after the disappearance of theofficer, when the door opened, and a new personage entered."It is he!" cried Bonacieux.

  • 迈耶-沙利特 08-04

      "Oh, this is too much," cried Milady. "Help! help!"No voice replied to hers; the carriage continued to roll on withrapidity; the officer seemed a statue.

  • 李海鹰 08-03

    {  Throwing down his spit, and ordering his wife to do the same withher broom handle, and the servants with their sticks, he set thefirst example of commencing an earnest search for the lostletter.

  • 黄汀辉 08-02

      "They are below, sire, and with your permission La Chesnaye willbid them come up."}

  • 利沃诺 08-02

      "Is the young Guardsman at home?"

  • 杨杉 08-02

      "Yes, yes," said Athos; "but they are only civilians--verybad marksmen, who will be sure not to hit me."

  • 李立军 08-01

       "Well, we shall find their muskets, their cartridges, andtheir flasks; and instead of four musketoons and twelveballs, we shall have fifteen guns and a hundred charges tofire."

  • 赵容弼 07-30

    {  The two friends met her in the corridor, greatly troubled and much upsetby such strange events; she called some of the nuns, who against allmonastic custom found themselves in the presence of five men."Madame," said Athos, passing his arm under that of D'Artagnan, "weabandon to your pious care the body of that unfortunate woman. She wasan angel on earth before being an angel in heaven. Treat her as one ofyour sisters. We will return someday to pray over her grave."D'Artagnan concealed his face in the bosom of Athos, and sobbed aloud."Weep," said Athos, "weep, heart full of love, youth, and life! Alas,would I could weep like you!"

  • 刘军峰 07-30

      "Then today, madame--"