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日期:2020-08-05 11:07:39

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes."
2.  Felton stood before this strange apparition like one petrified."Who art thou? Who art thou?" cried he, clasping his hands."Art thou a messenger from God; art thou a minister from hell;art thou an angel or a demon; callest thou thyself Eloa orAstarte?"
3.  "But if he should be at home and see me?"
4.  "Go and fetch a physician?" said she. "What could be the good ofthat? These gentlemen declared yesterday that my illness was acomedy; it would be just the same today, no doubt--for sinceyesterday evening they have had plenty of time to send for adoctor."
5.  "Hold your tongue, Porthos," said Athos; "you are insupportable.""'--will you enter this carriage, and that without offering theleast resistance, without making the least noise?'""He took you for Buckingham!" cried D'Artagnan.
6.  D'Artagnan thought of the appointment Mme. Bonacieux had madewith him for that very evening; but we are bound to say, to thecredit of our hero, that the bad opinion entertained by M. deTreville of women in general, did not inspire him with the leastsuspicion of his pretty hostess.


1.  "That's a pity," said Athos, cooly. "The Englishman isoverflowing with pistoles. Good Lord, try one throw! One throwis soon made!"
2.  "Oh, my God!"
3.  The eight oars fell at once into the sea, making but a singlesound, giving but a single stroke, and the boat seemed to flyover the surface of the water.
4.  "How can it be otherwise, my dear Bonacieux?" replied D'Artagnan;"trust me, I am fully grateful for such unparalleled conduct, andif, as I told you, I can be of any service to you--""I believe you, monsieur, I believe you; and as I was about tosay, by the word of Bonacieux, I have confidence in you.""Finish, then, what you were about to say."
5.  "Have you not taken a bastion?" said a Swiss, who wasdrinking rum out of beer glass.
6.  "HEIN!" said D'Artagnan, "can she have charged you to tellme so?"


1.  "You do not guess?"
2.  The commissary then, instead of continuing to interrogate him,made him a long speech upon the danger there is for an obscurecitizen to meddle with public matters. He complicated thisexordium by an exposition in which he painted the power and thedeeds of the cardinal, that incomparable minister, that conquerorof past minister, that conqueror of past ministers, that examplefor ministers to come--deeds and power which none could thwartwith impunity.
3.  Pale, motionless, overwhelmed by this frightful revelation,dazzled by the superhuman beauty of this woman who unveiledherself before him with an immodesty which appeared to himsublime, he ended by falling on his knees before her as the earlyChristians did before those pure and holy martyrs whom thepersecution of the emperors gave up in the circus to thesanguinary sensuality of the populace. The brand disappeared;the beauty alone remained.
4.  At this speech of Aramis, the brow of Athos became clouded and hebit his lips.
5.   Richelieu counted on his fingers, and said to himself, "She willarrive, she says, four or five days after having received themoney. It will require four or five days for the transmission ofthe money, four or five days for her to return; that makes tendays. Now, allowing for contrary winds, accidents, and a woman'sweakness, there are twelve days."
6.  "Come, gentlemen, come!" said D'Artagnan, aloud; "I have nomotive for defending Monsieur. I saw him today for the firsttime, and he can tell you on what occasion; he came to demand therent of my lodging. Is that not true, Monsieur Bonacieux?Answer!"


1.  "Listen to Monsieur de Treville," said the king; "listen to him!Would not one say he was speaking of a religious community? Intruth, my dear Captain, I have a great mind to take away yourcommission and give it to Mademoiselle de Chemerault, to whom Ipromised an abbey. But don't fancy that I am going to take youon your bare word. I am called Louis the Just, Monsieur deTreville, and by and by, by and by we will see."
2.  "I shall entertain, whatever may happen," said D'Artagnan,placing his hand upon his breast and bowing, "an eternalgratitude toward your Eminence for that which you now do forme."
3.  This note was in the first place a forgery; it was likewisean indelicacy. It was even, according to our presentmanners, something like an infamous action; but at thatperiod people did not manage affairs as they do today.Besides, D'Artagnan from her own admission knew Miladyculpable of treachery in matters more important, and couldentertain no respect for her. And yet, notwithstanding thiswant of respect, he felt an uncontrollable passion for thiswoman boiling in his veins--passion drunk with contempt; butpassion or thirst, as the reader pleases.
4、  Once there, for greater security, the young man barricaded thedoor. They both approached the window, and through a slit in theshutter they saw Bonacieux talking with a man in a cloak.At sight of this man, D'Artagnan started, and half drawing hissword, sprang toward the door.
5、  "Impossible; you are his confidant!"




  • 吴元新 08-04


  • 曲屏 08-04

      "I am sorry for that," said D'Artagnan; "for as I am in greathaste likewise, I wish to beg you to render me a service.""What?"

  • 王蕊 08-04

       The queen made a curtsy, less from etiquette than because herknees were sinking under her. The king went away enchanted."I am lost," murmured the queen, "lost!--for the cardinal knowsall, and it is he who urges on the king, who as yet knows nothingbut will soon know everything. I am lost! My God, my God, myGod!"

  • 陈焕银 08-04

      D'Artagnan remained alone in front of the cardinal; this was his secondinterview with Richelieu, and he afterward confessed that he felt wellassured it would be his last.

  • 陈小干 08-03

    {  "Ah, my God, my God!" murmured the poor mercer, "now, indeed, Iam lost!" And he followed the guards who came for him,mechanically and without resistance.

  • 陈佩珊 08-02

      "Two hours passed away without anything fresh happening. Oh, myGod! who could have said so the evening before? I began to fearthat he would not come.}

  • 斯特凡诺 08-02

      "Stop, in the name of heaven, Monsieur Porthos!" cried she."Stop, and let us talk."

  • 雷汉强 08-02

      "And how so, if you please?"

  • 楼宾 08-01

       "You have, then, seen something?" replied D'Artagnan. "In thatcase, in the name of heaven," continued he, throwing him apistole, "tell me what you have seen, and I will pledge you theword of a gentleman that not one of your words shall escape frommy heart."

  • 孙贤玉 07-30

    {  "The writing of Madame de Chevreuse!" said Milady to herself. "Ah, Ialways thought there was some secret understanding in that quarter!"And she greedily read the following few lines:

  • 明雨歇 07-30

      D'Artagnan related the adventure of the preceding day in all itsdetails; how, not having been able to sleep for the joy he feltin the expectation of seeing his Majesty, he had gone to histhree friends three hours before the hour of audience; how theyhad gone together to the tennis court, and how, upon the fear hehad manifested lest he receive a ball in the face, he had beenjeered at by Bernajoux who had nearly paid for his jeer with hislife and M. de la Tremouille, who had nothing to do with thematter, with the loss of his hotel.