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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  D'Artagnan came again on the morrow, and was still betterreceived than on the evening before. Lord de Winter was notat home; and it was Milady who this time did all the honorsof the evening. She appeared to take a great interest inhim, asked him whence he came, who were his friends, andwhether he had not sometimes thought of attaching himself tothe cardinal.
2.  "He saw that it was a merciless war between us--a war to thedeath.
3.  Determined to put the advice of M. de Treville in practiceinstantly, D'Artagnan directed his course toward the Rue desFossoyeurs, in order to superintend the packing of his valise.On approaching the house, he perceived M. Bonacieux in morningcostume, standing at his threshold. All that the prudentPlanchet had said to him the preceding evening about the sinistercharacter of the old man recurred to the mind of D'Artagnan, wholooked at him with more attention than he had done before. Infact, in addition to that yellow, sickly paleness which indicatesthe insinuation of the bile in the blood, and which might,besides, be accidental, D'Artagnan remarked somethingperfidiously significant in the play of the wrinkled features ofhis countenance. A rogue does not laugh in the same way that anhonest man does; a hypocrite does not shed the tears of a man ofgood faith. All falsehood is a mask; and however well made themask may be, with a little attention we may always succeed indistinguishing it from the true face.
4.  At bottom the character of M. Bonacieux was one of profoundselfishness mixed with sordid avarice, the whole seasoned withextreme cowardice. The love with which his young wife hadinspired him was a secondary sentiment, and was not strong enoughto contend with the primitive feelings we have just enumerated.Bonacieux indeed reflected on what had just been said to him."But, Monsieur Commissary," said he, calmly, "believe that I knowand appreciate, more than anybody, the merit of the incomparableeminence by whom we have the honor to be governed.""Indeed?" asked the commissary, with an air of doubt. "If thatis really so, how came you in the Bastille?"
5.  Half an hour after the entrance of the king, fresh acclamationswere heard; these announced the arrival of the queen. Thealdermen did as they had done before, and preceded by theirsergeants, advanced to receive their illustrious guest. Thequeen entered the great hall; and it was remarked that, like theking, she looked dull and even weary.
6.  "Something whispers me so," continued Porthos, becoming more andmore melancholy.


1.  "With whom can it be, if not the Duke of--"
2.  Aramis, blushing in spite of himself, took the letter, whichwas in a large, coarse hand and not particular for itsorthography.
3.  But soon thou dost afford
4.  "And I will send you back to your Mass book, Master Abbe. Draw,if you please, and instantly--"
5.  "That is easily done," said Aramis.


1.  "And the queen believes--"
2.  "What do you say, sire? God forbid that the queen should sufferthe least inconvenience or uneasiness on my account! She hasalways believed me, sire, to be her enemy; although your Majestycan bear witness that I have always taken her part warmly, evenagainst you. Oh, if she betrayed your Majesty on the side ofyour honor, it would be quite another thing, and I should be thefirst to say, 'No grace, sire--no grace for the guilty!'Happily, there is nothing of the kind, and your Majesty has justacquired a new proof of it."
3.  "Well, you may be assured that your horse will not be half soserviceable to you for that purpose as good golden louis. Takethe hundred pistoles, my friend; take the hundred pistoles!"D'Artagnan only required one reason to be satisfied. This lastreason appeared convincing. Besides, he feared that by resistinglonger he should appear selfish in the eyes of Athos. Heacquiesced, therefore, and chose the hundred pistoles, which theEnglishman paid down on the spot.
4.  "No, I do not hesitate; God forbid! But would it be just toallow me to go to a possible death without having given meat least something more than hope?"
5.   "King's Musketeers," said Athos, more and more convincedthat he who interrogated them had the right to do so."What company?"
6.  On looking around him, however, as he could perceive nothreatening object, as nothing indicated that he ran any realdanger, as the bench was comfortably covered with a well-stuffedcushion, as the wall was ornamented with a beautiful Cordovaleather, and as large red damask curtains, fastened back by goldclasps, floated before the window, he perceived by degrees thathis fear was exaggerated, and he began to turn his head to theright and the left, upward and downward.


1.  "No, PARDIEU; though I should like to have seen Porthos onmy yellow horse. That would give me an idea of how I lookedwhen I arrived in Paris. But don't let us hinder you,Mousqueton; go and perform your master's orders. Is he athome?"
2.  "My Lord, By that which, since I have known you, have suffered by youand for you, I conjure you, if you have any care for my repose, tocountermand those great armaments which you are preparing againstFrance, to put an end to a war of which it is publicly said religion isthe ostensible cause, and of which, it is generally whispered, your lovefor me is the concealed cause. This war may not only bring greatcatastrophes upon England and France, but misfortune upon you, my Lord,for which I should never console myself.
3.  "Are you going to give me a lesson, Porthos?" cried Aramis, fromwhose usually mild eye a flash passed like lightning."My dear fellow, be a Musketeer or an abbe. Be one or the other,but not both," replied Porthos. "You know what Athos told youthe other day; you eat at everybody's mess. Ah, don't be angry,I beg of you, that would be useless; you know what is agreed uponbetween you, Athos and me. You go to Madame d'Aguillon's, andyou pay your court to her; you go to Madame de Bois-Tracy's, thecousin of Madame de Chevreuse, and you pass for being faradvanced in the good graces of that lady. Oh, good Lord! Don'ttrouble yourself to reveal your good luck; no one asks for yoursecret-all the world knows your discretion. But since you possessthat virtue, why the devil don't you make use of it with respectto her Majesty? Let whoever likes talk of the king and thecardinal, and how he likes; but the queen is sacred, and ifanyone speaks of her, let it be respectfully."
4、  "Ah, if you laugh, if you doubt me," replied Aramis, "you shallknow nothing."
5、  "You will be lost," said the curate, shaking his headsorrowfully.




  • 李利 08-09

      "Oh, you render me the happiest of men! Do not forget thisevening--do not forget that promise."

  • 格拉德斯 08-09

      Satisfied with this discovery which confirmed all his suspicions, Athosreturned to the hotel, and found Planchet impatiently waiting for him.Everything was as Athos had foreseen.

  • 李东海 08-09

       "Now, gentlemen," said Athos, when he had ascertained there were fivechambers free in the hotel, "let everyone retire to his own apartment.D'Artagnan needs to be alone, to weep and to sleep. I take charge ofeverything; be easy."

  • 孙书印 08-09

      "You see, they are going to send a whole regiment againstus," said Athos.

  • 郭建强 08-08

    {  "Nothing, nothing! Go on!"

  • 涂高生 08-07

      "And how did the thing happen? Let us see, for you know, my dearCaptain, a judge must hear both sides."}

  • 张鑫 08-07

      The soldier returned, and Felton gave him back his weapon.Then, through the grating to which she had drawn near, Milady sawthe young man make a sign with delirious fervor, and depart in anapparent transport of joy.

  • 史大伟 08-07

      "Ah!" said Milady, listening in her turn to the noise of Felton'ssteps, which withdrew in a direction opposite to those of Lord deWinter; "at length you are mine!"

  • 塞勒卡 08-06

       "Planchet," called out D'Artagnan, "take care of the lackey; Iwill manage the master."

  • 黄鄂 08-04

    {  Two guards attended the mercer who made him traverse a court andenter a corridor in which were three sentinels, opened a door andpushed him unceremoniously into a low room, where the onlyfurniture was a table, a chair, and a commissary. The commissarywas seated in the chair, and was writing at the table.The two guards led the prisoner toward the table, and upon a signfrom the commissary drew back so far as to be unable to hearanything.

  • 徐凝 08-04

      Milady shut the window, extinguished the lamp, and went, asFelton had desired her, to lie down on the bed. Amid the moaningof the storm she heard the grinding of the file upon the bars,and by the light of every flash she perceived the shadow ofFelton through the panes.