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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I listen to your Eminence with greatest attention," replieda female voice which made the Musketeer start.
2.  "Yes, yes, madame, you must; and I will save them all.""But how? Tell me at least the means."
3.  "On horseback."
4.  "Buckingham?"
5.  "That young woman whom the queen took out of prison.""The mistress of that fellow D'Artagnan?"
6.  "It will be too late; they will be gone."


1.  "Let him come in, then!" said the cardinal, quickly.The officer sprang out of the apartment with that alacrity whichall the servants of the cardinal displayed in obeying him."To your Eminence!" murmured Bonacieux, rolling his eyes round inastonishment.
2.  "Then you have no religion at all; I like that best," repliedLord de Winter, laughing.
3.  "Let us go!"
4.  "Yes, we. Besides, we are men; and everything considered,it is our lot to risk our lives; but she," asked he, in anundertone.
5.  D'Artagnan remained for a moment motionless, asking himself wherehe could be; but soon a ray of light which penetrated through thechamber, together with the warm and perfumed air which reachedhim from the same aperture, the conversation of two of threeladies in language at once respectful and refined, and the word"Majesty" several times repeated, indicated clearly that he wasin a closet attached to the queen's apartment. The young manwaited in comparative darkness and listened.
6.  "Well," said Porthos, "this is my advice--"


1.  "That's well," said he to Planchet, when the latter added theportmanteau to the equipment. "Now saddle the other threehorses."
2.  "What do you think of this?"
3.  "God? Say the devil!"
4.  "That has cured me of beautiful, poetical, and loving women,"said Athos, after a considerable pause, raising his head, andforgetting to continue the fiction of the count. "God grant youas much! Let us drink."
5.   There was a silence of several seconds.
6.  "Hold my stirrup, Bazin," cried Aramis; and Aramis sprang intothe saddle with his usual grace and agility, but after a fewvaults and curvets of the noble animal his rider felt his painscome on so insupportably that he turned pale and became unsteadyin his seat. D'Artagnan, who, foreseeing such an event, had kepthis eye on him, sprang toward him, caught him in his arms, andassisted him to his chamber.


1.  After the most disheartening news of the king's health, areport of his convalescence began to prevail in the camp;and as he was very anxious to be in person at the siege, itwas said that as soon as he could mount a horse he would setforward.
2.  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.
3.  But D'Artagnan took very little heed of the eloquent discourse ofM. Bazin; and as he had no desire to support a polemic discussionwith his friend's valet, he simply moved him out of the way withone hand, and with the other turned the handle of the door ofNumber Five. The door opened, and D'Artagnan went into thechamber.
4、  D'Artagnan, on his part, had gained the summit of all hiswishes. It was no longer a rival who was beloved; it washimself who was apparently beloved. A secret voicewhispered to him, at the bottom of his heart, that he wasbut an instrument of vengeance, that he was only caressedtill he had given death; but pride, but self-love, butmadness silenced this voice and stifled its murmurs. Andthen our Gascon, with that large quantity of conceit whichwe know he possessed, compared himself with De Wardes, andasked himself why, after all, he should not be beloved forhimself?
5、  "Why," replied Athos, carelessly, "she is probably going towrite to the cardinal that a damned Musketeer, named Athos,has taken her safe-conduct from her by force; she willadvise him in the same letter to get rid of his two friends,Aramis and Porthos, at the same time. The cardinal willremember that these are the same men who have often crossedhis path; and then some fine morning he will arrestD'Artagnan, and for fear he should feel lonely, he will sendus to keep him company in the Bastille."




  • 艾瑞克-诺思曼 08-03

      "My God, that's all. I shall be about again in a few days.""Why did you not have yourself conveyed to Paris? You must becruelly bored here."

  • 刘燕铃 08-03

      As long as they were within the circle of the camp, the fourfriends did not exchange one word; besides, they werefollowed by the curious, who, hearing of the wager, wereanxious to know how they would come out of it. But whenonce they passed the line of circumvallation and foundthemselves in the open plain, D'Artagnan, who was completelyignorant of what was going forward, thought it was time todemand an explanation.

  • 菲利浦·勒素 08-03

       "La Houdiniere, CAPTAIN OF THE GUARDS"

  • 何桂芳 08-03

      "Yes, yes, very sure!"

  • 圣安东尼奥 08-02

    {  "If you could see my heart," said D'Artagnan, "you would thereread so much curiosity that you would pity me and so much lovethat you would instantly satisfy my curiosity. We have nothingto fear from those who love us."

  • 艾美 08-01

      "Kitty," said he, "I will read to the bottom of your soulwhen-ever you like; don't let that disturb you." And he gaveher a kiss at which the poor girl became as red as a cherry."Oh, no," said Kitty, "it is not me you love! It is mymistress you love; you told me so just now."}

  • 秦孝仪 08-01

      Aramis, who was constantly at work at his poem, shut himselfup in Athos's closet, and begged not to be disturbed beforethe moment of drawing swords.

  • 王长敏 08-01

      Kitty guessed what was passing in the mind of the young man,and heaved a deep sigh.

  • 沈周 07-31

       Milady, that woman so courageous and firm, shivered in spite ofherself.

  • 平沼赳夫 07-29

    {  "Yes, you."

  • 冯庭 07-29

      "A knife, which she would return to me through the grating of thedoor a minute after she had received it," replied Felton."There is someone, then, concealed here whose throat this amiablelady is desirous of cutting," said De Winter, in an ironical,contemptuous tone.