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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Goof Lord! In the first one handy, provided it is safe," saidthe commissary, with an indifference which penetrated poorBonacieux with horror.
2.  "A thousand things. In the first place, that, unfortunately,your husband is a simpleton and a fool; in the next place, youare in trouble, of which I am very glad, as it gives me aopportunity of placing myself at your service, and God knows I amready to throw myself into the fire for you; finally, that thequeen wants a brave, intelligent, devoted man to make a journeyto London for her. I have at least two of the three qualitiesyou stand in need of, and here I am.
3.  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?"
4.  "Indeed, sire, I wholly comprehend your disappointment. Themisfortune is great; but I think you have still a good number offalcons, sparrow hawks, and tiercets."
5.  Planchet and Grimaud appeared in their turn, leading theirmasters' steeds. D'Artagnan and Athos put themselves intosaddle with their companions, and all four set forward;Athos upon a horse he owed to a woman, Aramis on a horse heowed to his mistress, Porthos on a horse he owed to hisprocurator's wife, and D'Artagnan on a horse he owed to hisgood fortune--the best mistress possible.
6.  "But," continued D'Artagnan, "how did you escape?""I took advantage of a moment when they left me alone; and as Ihad known since morning the reason of my abduction, with the helpof the sheets I let myself down from the window. Then, as Ibelieved my husband would be at home, I hastened hither.""To place yourself under his protection?"


1.  "Now, Monsieur Porthos, once more, and this is the last! Do youlove me still?"
2.  "What is his name?"
3.  "Oh," said Milady, raising herself, "I defy you to find any tribunalwhich pronounced that infamous sentence against me. I defy you to findhim who executed it."
4.  "Well, then, I count on you."
5.  "That man," said Milady, lowering her voice, "is my brother.""Your brother!" cried Mme. Bonacieux.
6.  "He? What he?" asked Athos.


1.  "You shall know."
2.  "Now," said the baron, "look at this woman. She is young; she isbeautiful; she possesses all earthly seductions. Well, she is amonster, who, at twenty-five years of age, has been guilty of asmany crimes as you could read of in a year in the archives of ourtribunals. Her voice prejudices her hearers in her favor; herbeauty serves as a bait to her victims; her body even pays whatshe promises--I must do her that justice. She will try to seduceyou, perhaps she will try to kill you. I have extricated youfrom misery, Felton; I have caused you to be named lieutenant; Ionce saved your life, you know on what occasion. I am for younot only a protector, but a friend; not only a benefactor, but afather. This woman has come back again into England for thepurpose of conspiring against my life. I hold this serpent in myhands. Well, I call you, and say to you: Friend Felton, John,my child, guard me, and more particularly guard yourself, againstthis woman. Swear, by your hopes of salvation, to keep hersafely for the chastisement she has merited. John Felton, Itrust your word! John Felton, I put faith in your loyalty!""My Lord," said the young officer, summoning to his mildcountenance all the hatred he could find in his heart, "my Lord,I swear all shall be done as you desire."
3.  He could not distinguish her countenance, but a sinister smile passedover the lips of Athos. He was not deceived; it was she whom he sought.At this moment a horse neighed. Milady raised her head, saw close tothe panes the pale face of Athos, and screamed.
4.  "Alas," said she, "I did all for the best! One of ourclients is a horsedealer; he owes money to the office, andis backward in his pay. I took the mule and the horse forwhat he owed us; he assured me that they were two noblesteeds."
5.   "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--"
6.  "Indeed, he was all honey, monsieur."


1.  "I should do her justice by sending her to Tyburn," said Buckingham."This lady is infamous."
2.  Brave as they appeared to be, the two English gentlemen looked ateach other hesitatingly. One might have thought there was inthat cellar one of those famished ogres--the gigantic heroes ofpopular legends, into whose cavern nobody could force their waywith impunity.
3.  "At his country house."
4、  "He knows them, then?"
5、  "Yes, monsieur, we are cousins," said Porthos, without beingdisconcerted, as he had never reckoned upon being receivedenthusiastically by the husband.




  • 周明亮 08-02

      She was awakened by a soft voice which sounded at the foot of her bed.She opened her eyes, and saw the abbess, accompanied by a young womanwith light hair and delicate complexion, who fixed upon her a look fullof benevolent curiosity.

  • 武延军 08-02

      The Comte de Wardes was announced, and D'Artagnan was introduced."You have an order signed by the cardinal?" said the governor."Yes, monsieur," replied D'Artagnan; "here it is.""Ah, ah! It is quite regular and explicit," said the governor."Most likely," said D'Artagnan; "I am one of his most faithfulservants."

  • 杨顺煌 08-02

       "For La Rochelle."

  • 贝勒 08-02

      "Alas, yes," said Porthos, "it is so."

  • 王国华 08-01

    {  "Yes; for I have the proofs."

  • 钟星琳 07-31

      "You are charged with having corresponded with the enemies of thekingdom; you are charged with having surprised state secrets; you arecharged with having tried to thwart the plans of your general.""And who charges me with this, monseigneur?" said D'Artagnan, who hadno doubt the accusation came from Milady, "a woman branded by thejustice of the country; a woman who has espoused one man in France andanother in England; a woman who poisoned her second husband and whoattempted both to poison and assassinate me!"}

  • 黄继萍 07-31

      "I shall then have no more friends," said the young man. "Alas!nothing but bitter recollections."

  • 张永良 07-31

      "Yes, madame," replied the officer.

  • 薛伯顿 07-30

       The young woman looked at him furtively.

  • 毕尔斯玛 07-28

    {  Like all the great nobles of that period, Athos rode and fencedto perfection. But still further, his education had been solittle neglected, even with respect to scholastic studies, sorare at this time among gentlemen, that he smiled at the scrapsof Latin which Aramis sported and which Porthos pretended tounderstand. Two or three times, even, to the great astonishmentof his friends, he had, when Aramis allowed some rudimental errorto escape him, replaced a verb in its right tense and a noun inits case. Besides, his probity was irreproachable, in an age inwhich soldiers compromised so easily with their religion andtheir consciences, lovers with the rigorous delicacy of our era,and the poor with God's Seventh Commandment. This Athos, then,was a very extraordinary man.

  • 杨小健 07-28

      "But," said he whom D'Artagnan thus provoked, "it appears to methat this place is badly chosen, and that we should be betterbehind the Abbey St. Germain or in the Pre-aux-Clercs.""What you say is full of sense," replied D'Artagnan; "butunfortunately I have very little time to spare, having anappointment at twelve precisely. On guard, then, monsieur, onguard!"