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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The king, attacked in a manner so direct, did not know what toanswer; and he thought that this was the moment for expressingthe desire which he was not have made until the evening beforethe fete.
2.  "Write that name on a bit of paper, lest I should forget it. There isnothing compromising in the name of a town. Is it not so?""Eh, who knows? Never mind," said Milady, writing the name on half asheet of paper; "I will compromise myself."
3.  Still more must be done. He must be made to speak, in order thathe might be spoken to--for Milady very well knew that hergreatest seduction was in her voice, which so skillfully ran overthe whole gamut of tones from human speech to language celestial.Yet in spite of all this seduction Milady might fail--for Feltonwas forewarned, and that against the least chance. From thatmoment she watched all his actions, all his words, from thesimplest glance of his eyes to his gestures--even to a breaththat could be interpreted as a sigh. In short, she studiedeverything, as a skillful comedian does to whom a new part hasbeen assigned in a line to which he is not accustomed.Face to face with Lord de Winter her plan of conduct was moreeasy. She had laid that down the preceding evening. To remainsilent and dignified in his presence; from time to time toirritate him by affected disdain, by a contemptuous word; toprovoke him to threats and violence which would produce acontrast with her own resignation--such was her plan. Feltonwould see all; perhaps he would say nothing, but he would see.In the morning, Felton came as usual; but Milady allowed him topreside over all the preparations for breakfast withoutaddressing a word to him. At the moment when he was about toretire, she was cheered with a ray of hope, for she thought hewas about to speak; but his lips moved without any sound leavinghis mouth, and making a powerful effort to control himself, hesent back to his heart the words that were about to escape fromhis lips, and went out. Toward midday, Lord de Winter entered.It was a tolerably fine winter's day, and a ray of that paleEnglish sun which lights but does not warm came through the barsof her prison.
4.  "Monsieur Duke, at whatever price it may be, I will have them.""I would, however, beg your Majesty to observe--""Do you, then, also join in betraying me, Monsieur Cardinal, bythus always opposing my will? Are you also in accord with Spainand England, with Madame de Chevreuse and the queen?""Sire," replied the cardinal, sighing, "I believed myself securefrom such a suspicion."
5.  Then, swallowing the contents of his glass, which he putdown close to him, Athos arose carelessly, took the musketnext to him, and drew near to one of the loopholes.Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan followed his example. As toGrimaud, he received orders to place himself behind the fourfriends in order to reload their weapons.
6.  "This is my story, then. Besides, the Scriptures say, 'Confessyourselves to one another,' and I confess to you, D'Artagnan.""And I give you absolution beforehand. You see I am a good sortof a man."


1.  Of the important cities given up by Henry IV to theHuguenots as places of safety, there only remained LaRochelle. It became necessary, therefore, to destroy thislast bulwark of Calvinism--a dangerous leaven with which theferments of civil revolt and foreign war were constantlymingling.
2.  No one answered. Porthos, in order to make a greater display,had that evening borrowed Planchet. As to D'Artagnan, he tookcare not to give the least sign of existence.
3.  "Enough?" asked M. de Treville.
4.  "I have just placed an embargo on all vessels at present in hisMajesty's ports, and without particular permission, not one darelife an anchor."
5.  And the nine combatants rushed upon each other with a fury whichhowever did not exclude a certain degree of method.Athos fixed upon a certain Cahusac, a favorite of the cardinal's.Porthos had Bicarat, and Aramis found himself opposed to twoadversaries. As to D'Artagnan, he sprang toward Jussac himself.The heart of the young Gascon beat as if it would burst throughhis side--not from fear, God he thanked, he had not the shade ofit, but with emulation; he fought like a furious tiger, turningten times round his adversary, and changing his ground and hisguard twenty times. Jussac was, as was then said, a fine blade,and had had much practice; nevertheless it required all his skillto defend himself against an adversary who, active and energetic,departed every instant from received rules, attacking him on allsides at once, and yet parrying like a man who had the greatestrespect for his own epidermis.
6.  "Well?" asked D'Artagnan.


1.  Meantime, Monsieur, who knew that from one day to the otherhe might expect to be removed from his command by the Ducd'Angouleme, by Bassompierre, or by Schomberg, who were alleager for his post, did but little, lost his days inwavering, and did not dare to attempt any great enterpriseto drive the English from the Isle of Re, where they stillbesieged the citadel St. Martin and the fort of La Pree, ason their side the French were besieging La Rochelle.D'Artagnan, as we have said, had become more tranquil, asalways happens after a post danger, particularly when thedanger seems to have vanished. He only felt one uneasiness,and that was at not hearing any tidings from his friends.But one morning at the commencement of the month of Novembereverything was explained to him by this letter, dated fromVilleroy:
2.  "Will he believe that your Eminence is in a position toaccomplish the threat thus made?"
3.  "An infamous scoundrel, monseigneur, a scoundrel!""Give me paper, a quill, and some ink, then," said thecardinal.
4.  "Sell a jewel which came from my mother! I vow I shouldconsider it a profanation."
5.   "Here, in an hour. Oh, you are so kind, and I am so grateful!""How can I avoid interesting myself for one who is so beautiful and soamiable? Are you not the beloved of one of my best friends?""Dear D'Artagnan! Oh, how he will thank you!"
6.  "You will send him to me."


1.  "By my soul, you had made me forget all that, dear Constance!Yes, you are right; a furlough is needful."
2.  "Where the devil will constancy niche itself next?" murmuredAthos.
3.  "Without doubt you will, monsieur; he persists in remainingthere. We every day pass through the air hole some bread at theend of a fork, and some meat when he asks for it; but alas! Itis not of bread and meat of which he makes the greatestconsumption. I once endeavored to go down with two of myservants; but he flew into terrible rage. I heard the noise hemade in loading his pistols, and his servant in loading hismusketoon. Then, when we asked them what were their intentions,the master replied that he had forty charges to fire, and that heand his lackey would fire to the last one before he would allow asingle soul of us to set foot in the cellar. Upon this I wentand complained to the governor, who replied that I only had whatI deserved, and that it would teach me to insult honorablegentlemen who took up their abode in my house."
4、  "She said that the Cardinal de Richelieu had drawn the Duke ofBuckingham to Paris to ruin him and to ruin the queen.""She said that?" cried the cardinal, with violence."Yes, monseigneur, but I told her she was wrong to talk aboutsuch things; and that his Eminence was incapable--""Hold your tongue! You are stupid," replied the cardinal."That's exactly what my wife said, monseigneur."
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  • 谢亚轩 08-05


  • 王小丫 08-05

      But now I am forced to believe in the excess of yourkindness, since not only your letter but your servantassures me that I have the good fortune to be beloved byyou.

  • 唐红梅 08-05

       "Well," replied Athos, "I am not far from approving the ideaof Monsieur Porthos."

  • 智超男 08-05

      "That shoots me," said the Swiss.

  • 明心志 08-04

    {  "Monseigneur," said Athos, with a calmness the more terriblebecause he risked his head in making this reply, "the letter is awoman's letter, but it is neither signed Marion de Lorme, norMadame d'Aiguillon."

  • 唐先镇 08-03

      Milady assumed her smile of a resigned victim, and shook herhead.}

  • 雷宁 08-03

      "But will the person who shall accompany you afterward be a manor a woman?"

  • 张随文 08-03

      "And how shall I travel, then?"

  • 爱德华多·西富恩特斯 08-02

       "Then give me that letter, madame," said the chancellor."I will give it to none but the king monsieur," said Anne."If the king had desired that the letter should be given to him,madame, he would have demanded it of you himself. But I repeatto you, I am charged with reclaiming it; and if you do not giveit up--"

  • 苏东 07-31

    {  "For you alone."

  • 花一元 07-31

      "Put your two hands together. Cross them; that's right!"Felton tied her two wrists together with his handkerchief, andthen with a cord over the handkerchief.