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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Hearing that voice, so sweet and suppliant, seeing that look, sotimid and downcast, Felton reproached himself. By degrees theenchantress had clothed herself with that magic adornment whichshe assumed and threw aside at will; that is to say, beauty,meekness, and tears--and above all, the irresistible attractionof mystical voluptuousness, the most devouring of allvoluptuousness.
2.  "With difficulty, but he can speak."
3.  "But your host behaves very well toward you, as it appears, mydear Porthos," said D'Artagnan, directing the sick man'sattention to the full stewpans and the empty bottles."So, so," replied Porthos. "Only three or four days ago theimpertinent jackanapes gave me his bill, and I was forced to turnboth him and his bill out of the door; so that I am heresomething in the fashion of a conqueror, holding my position, asit were, my conquest. So you see, being in constant fear ofbeing forced from that position, I am armed to the teeth.""And yet," said D'Artagnan, laughing, "it appears to me that fromtime to time you must make SORTIES." And he again pointed to thebottles and the stewpans.
4.  Although he was a perfect stranger in the court of M. deTreville's courtiers, and this his first appearance in thatplace, he was at length noticed, and somebody came and asked himwhat he wanted. At this demand D'Artagnan gave his name verymodestly, emphasized the title of compatriot, and begged theservant who had put the question to him to request a moment'saudience of M. de Treville--a request which the other, with anair of protection, promised to transmit in due season.D'Artagnan, a little recovered from his first surprise, had nowleisure to study costumes and physiognomy.
5.  The queen turned sharply round, for there could be no deceptionin the expression of that voice; it was a friend who spoke thus.In fact, at one of the doors which opened into the queen'sapartment appeared the pretty Mme. Bonacieux. She had beenengaged in arranging the dresses and linen in a closet when theking entered; she could not get out and had heard all.The queen uttered a piercing cry at finding herself surprised--for in her trouble she did not at first recognize the young womanwho had been given to her by Laporte.
6.  "What you believe?"


1.  "Very well; and you--what will you do?"
2.  These three others fenced against him with their agile swords.D'Artagnan at first took these weapons for foils, and believedthem to be buttoned; but he soon perceived by certain scratchesthat every weapon was pointed and sharpened, and that at each ofthese scratches not only the spectators, but even the actorsthemselves, laughed like so many madmen.
3.  "Here they are! My God!"
4.  "Heavens, Athos, a murder?" cried D'Artagnan.
5.  "You don't think of holding out against a whole regiment, doyou?" said Porthos.
6.  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.


1.  "Very well; and you--what will you do?"
2.  "Pardon! Pardon!" cried Felton, "oh, pardon!"
3.  This measure somewhat reassured Bonacieux. If they meant toexecute him at La Greve, it could scarcely be worth while to gaghim, as they had nearly reached the place of execution. Indeed,the carriage crossed the fatal spot without stopping. Thereremained, then, no other place to fear but the Traitor's Cross;the carriage was taking the direct road to it.
4.  Loose, half-drunk, imposing, the king's Musketeers, or rather M.de Treville's, spread themselves about in the cabarets, in thepublic walks, and the public sports, shouting, twisting theirmustaches, clanking their swords, and taking great pleasure inannoying the Guards of the cardinal whenever they could fall inwith them; then drawing in the open streets, as if it were thebest of all possible sports; sometimes killed, but sure in thatcase to be both wept and avenged; often killing others, but thencertain of not rotting in prison, M. de Treville being there toclaim them. Thus M. de Treville was praised to the highest noteby these men, who adored him, and who, ruffians as they were,trembled before him like scholars before their master, obedientto his least word, and ready to sacrifice themselves to wash outthe smallest insult.
5.   "D'Artagnan! D'Artagnan!" cried she, "is it you? This way! thisway!"
6.  This expression sprang from the very bottom of the heart, and,like the first, there was no mistaking it.


1.  Throwing down his spit, and ordering his wife to do the same withher broom handle, and the servants with their sticks, he set thefirst example of commencing an earnest search for the lostletter.
2.  "That which I found at your feet, and replaced in your pocket.""Hold your tongue, imprudent man! Do you wish to destroy me?""You see very plainly that there is still danger for you, since asingle word makes you tremble; and you confess that if that wordwere heard you would be ruined. Come, come, madame!" criedD'Artagnan, seizing her hands, and surveying her with an ardentglance, "come, be more generous. Confide in me. Have you notread in my eyes that there is nothing but devotion and sympathyin my heart?"
3.  Bazin gone, the mendicant cast a rapid glance around him inorder to be sure that nobody could either see or hear him,and opening his ragged vest, badly held together by aleather strap, he began to rip the upper part of hisdoublet, from which he drew a letter.
4、  "It is mine, Monsieur Chevalier; it communicates with mymistress's by that door. But you need not fear. She willnot hear what we say; she never goes to bed beforemidnight,"
5、  But at the moment when the cardinal saw his means alreadyfructify, and applauded himself for having put it in action, aninhabitant of La Rochelle who had contrived to pass the royallines--God knows how, such was the watchfulness of Bassompierre,Schomberg, and the Duc d'Angouleme, themselves watched over bythe cardinal--an inhabitant of La Rochelle, we say, entered thecity, coming from Portsmouth, and saying that he had seen amagnificent fleet ready to sail within eight days. Stillfurther, Buckingham announced to the mayor that at length thegreat league was about to declare itself against France, and thatthe kingdom would be at once invaded by the English, Imperial,and Spanish armies. This letter was read publicly in all partsof the city. Copies were put up at the corners of the streets;and even they who had begun to open negotiations interruptedthem, being resolved to await the succor so pompously announced.This unexpected circumstance brought back Richelieu's formeranxiety, and forced him in spite of himself once more to turn hiseyes to the other side of the sea.




  • 耿珊珊 08-07

      "Then," said D'Artagnan, letting his arm fall withdiscouragement, "it is useless to struggle longer. I may aswell blow my brains out, and all will be over."

  • 张秀珠 08-07

      The same evening the cardinal spoke to M. de Treville of theexploit of the morning, which was the talk of the wholecamp. M. de Treville, who had received the account of theadventure from the mouths of the heroes of it, related it inall its details to his Eminence, not forgetting the episodeof the napkin.

  • 薛良燕 08-07

       Milady, under the influence of inexpressible terror, satdown without uttering a word.

  • 孙德民 08-07

      "What did the cardinal say about me?"

  • 林永清 08-06

    {  At these words he took up a silver bell, and rang it; the officerentered.

  • 杨孝华 08-05

      D'Artagnan smiled--for he understood that Athos was sure of hisvengeance when he revealed such a secret. Porthos and Aramis looked ateach other, and grew pale. Lord de Winter thought Athos was mad."Now, retire to your chambers," said Athos, "and leave me to act. Youmust perceive that in my quality of a husband this concerns me. Only,D'Artagnan, if you have not lost it, give me the paper which fell fromthat man's hat, upon which is written the name of the village of--""Ah," said D'Artagnan, "I comprehend! that name written in her hand.""You see, then," said Athos, :there is a god in heaven still!"}

  • 钱枫 08-05

      D'Artagnan profited by the circumstance to speak to M. deTreville of the letter with the great red seal and thecardinal's arms. It is well understood that he did notbreathe a word about the other.

  • 许宗衡 08-05

      It was now Athos who turned pale.

  • 王福平 08-04

       The officer superintended all these details with the samecalmness Milady had constantly seen in him, never pronouncing aword himself, and making himself obeyed by a gesture of his handor a sound of his whistle.

  • 索纳塔 08-02

    {  Eight days had been occupied in preparations at the Hotel deVille for this important evening. The city carpenters haderected scaffolds upon which the invited ladies were to beplaced; the city grocer had ornamented the chambers with twohundred FLAMBEAUX if white wax, a piece of luxury unheard of atthat period; and twenty violins were ordered, and the price forthem fixed at double the usual rate, upon condition, said thereport, that they should be played all night.

  • 李富林 08-02

      "What sort of men?"