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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The queen took the two hands of the young woman with a burst ofemotion, gazed at her as if to read her very heart, and seeingnothing but sincerity in her beautiful eyes, embraced hertenderly.
2.  "Where is he now?"
3.  "What?" asked his Lordship.
4.  "Now, then, who are you?" asked the Englishman.
5.  Milady uttered a cry of terror and sank upon her knees. The executionertook her up in his arms and was carrying her toward the boat."Oh, my God!" cried she, "my God! are you going to drown me?"These cries had something so heartrending in them that M. d'Artagnan,who had been at first the most eager in pursuit of Milady, sat down onthe stump of a tree and hung his head, covering his ears with the palmsof his hands; and yet, notwithstanding, he could still hear her cry andthreaten.
6.  "For me! I have asked for no leave of absence."


1.  "It was they!" cried the cardinal, looking at the clock; "and nowit is too late to have them persued. The duchess is at Tours,and the duke at Boulogne. It is in London they must be found.""What are your Eminence's orders?"
2.  At seven o'clock in the morning he arose and called Planchet, whoat the second summons opened the door, his countenance not yetquite freed from the anxiety of the preceding night."Planchet," said D'Artagnan, "I am going out for all day,perhaps. You are, therefore, your own master till seven o'clockin the evening; but at seven o'clock you must hold yourself inreadiness with two horses."
3.  "You cannot take me with you?"
4.  "St. Valery; but listen. When you have arrived there you will goto a mean tavern, without a name and without a sign--a merefisherman's hut. You cannot be mistaken; there is but one.""Afterward?"
5.  "Now," continued he, addressing Planchet, "you have eightdays to get an interview with Lord de Winter; you have eightdays to return--in all sixteen days. If, on the sixteenthday after your departure, at eight o'clock in the eveningyou are not here, no money--even if it be but five minutespast eight."
6.  Vous qui pleurez!"


1.  After the soup the maid brought a boiled fowl--a piece ofmagnificence which caused the eyes of the diners to dilatein such a manner that they seemed ready to burst."One may see that you love your family, Madame Coquenard,"said the procurator, with a smile that was almost tragic."You are certainly treating your cousin very handsomely!"The poor fowl was thin, and covered with one of those thick,bristly skins through which the teeth cannot penetrate withall their efforts. The fowl must have been sought for along time on the perch, to which it had retired to die ofold age.
2.  "Yes."
3.  They took the bridge. That was D'Artagnan's road, as he wasgoing to the Louvre. D'Artagnan followed them.
4.  Felton blushed. Under any other circumstances he would havereprimanded the soldier for indulging in such pleasantry, but hisconscience murmured too loud for his mouth to dare speak."If I call, come," said he. "If anyone comes, call me.""I will, Lieutenant," said the soldier.
5.   "It appears," said the baron, seating himself in the armchairopposite that occupied by Milady, and stretching out his legscarelessly upon the hearth, "it appears we have made a littleapostasy!"
6.  "That order does not concern me," replied Milady, coldly, "sinceit bears another name than mine."


1.  "Let me act as I please, Felton, let me act as I please," saidMilady, elated. "Every soldier must be ambitious, must he not?You are a lieutenant? Well, you will follow me to the grave withthe rank of captain."
2.  "Silence!" said Mme. Bonacieux, starting.
3.  "This very instant?"
4、  "But I think I have it," said Athos. "Don't you say, dearD'Artagnan, that it is the queen who has made choice of theconvent for her?"
5、  D'Artagnan cast a glance around him. The little apartmentwas charming for its taste and neatness; but in spite ofhimself, his eyes were directed to that door which Kittysaid led to Milady's chamber.




  • 蔡增乐 08-03

      "So it was with Monsieur D'Artagnan this stranger meant toquarrel?"

  • 王火炎 08-03

      The old man read so much truth and so much grief in the face ofthe young man that he made him a sign to listen, and repeated ina low voice: "It was scarcely nine o'clock when I heard a noisein the street, and was wondering what it could be, when on comingto my door, I found that somebody was endeavoring to open it. AsI am very poor and am not afraid of being robbed, I went andopened the gate and saw three men at a few paces from it. In theshadow was a carriage with two horses, and some saddlehorses.These horses evidently belonged to the three men, who wee dressedas cavaliers. 'Ah, my worthy gentlemen,' cried I, 'what do youwant?' 'You must have a ladder?' said he who appeared to be theleader of the party. 'Yes, monsieur, the one with which I gathermy fruit.' 'Lend it to us, and go into your house again; thereis a crown for the annoyance we have caused you. Only rememberthis--if you speak a word of what you may see or what you mayhear (for you will look and you will listen, I am quite sure,however we may threaten you), you are lost.' At these words hethrew me a crown, which I picked up, and he took the ladder.After shutting the gate behind them, I pretended to return to thehouse, but I immediately went out a back door, and stealing alongin the shade of the hedge, I gained yonder clump of elder, fromwhich I could hear and see everything. The three men brought thecarriage up quietly, and took out of it a little man, stout,short, elderly, and commonly dressed in clothes of a dark color,who ascended the ladder very carefully, looked suspiciously in atthe window of the pavilion, came down as quietly as he had goneup, and whispered, 'It is she!' Immediately, he who had spokento me approached the door of the pavilion, opened it with a keyhe had in his hand, closed the door and disappeared, while at thesame time the other two men ascended the ladder. The little oldman remained at the coach door; the coachman took care of hishorses, the lackey held the saddlehorses. All at once greatcried resounded in the pavilion, and a woman came to the window,and opened it, as if to throw herself out of it; but as soon asshe perceived the other two men, she fell back and they went intothe chamber. Then I saw no more; but I heard the noise ofbreaking furniture. The woman screamed, and cried for help; buther cries were soon stifled. Two of the men appeared, bearingthe woman in their arms, and carried her to the carriage, intowhich the little old man got after her. The leader closed thewindow, came out an instant after by the door, and satisfiedhimself that the woman was in the carriage. His two companionswere already on horseback. He sprang into his saddle; the lackeytook his place by the coachman; the carriage went off at a quickpace, escorted by the three horsemen, and all was over. Fromthat moment I have neither seen nor heard anything."D'Artagnan, entirely overcome by this terrible story, remainedmotionless and mute, while all the demons of anger and jealousywere howling in his heart.

  • 成克杰 08-03

       "Hotel of the Guards, company of Dessessart."

  • 林国洪 08-03

      "You have deceived me!" said the cardinal, sternly."I," cried Bonacieux, "I deceive your Eminence!"

  • 方林 08-02

    {  "You are right; only let me know where to find you that I may not runneedlessly about the neighborhood."

  • 程传军 08-01

      "But how, my God?"}

  • 纪莹 08-01


  • 李佳悦 08-01

      "Come in here, Monsieur Chevalier," said she; "here we shallbe alone, and can talk."

  • 郭荣章 07-31

       Mme. Bonacieux looked at the young man, restrained for a minuteby a last hesitation; but there was such an ardor in his eyes,such persuasion in his voice, that she felt herself constrainedto confide in him. Besides, she found herself in circumstanceswhere everything must be risked for the sake of everything. Thequeen might be as much injured by too much reticence as by toomuch confidence; and--let us admit it--the involuntary sentimentwhich she felt for her young protector decided her to speak."Listen," said she; "I yield to your protestations, I yield toyour assurances. But I swear to you, before God who hears us,that if you betray me, and my enemies pardon me, I will killmyself, while accusing you of my death."

  • 乌迪内斯 07-29

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  • 海思 07-29

      Milady made no reply, but turning her beautiful head round uponher pillow, she burst into tears, and uttered heartbreaking sobs.Felton surveyed her for an instant with his usual impassiveness;then, seeing that the crisis threatened to be prolonged, he wentout. The woman followed him, and Lord de Winter did not appear."I fancy I begin to see my way," murmured Milady, with a savagejoy, burying herself under the clothes to conceal from anybodywho might be watching her this burst of inward satisfaction.Two hours passed away.