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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  They took leave of each other, and in ten minutes, after havingcommended his friend to the cares of the hostess and Bazin,D'Artagnan was trotting along in the direction of Ameins.How was he going to find Athos? Should he find him at all? Theposition in which he had left him was critical. He probably hadsuccumbed. This idea, while darkening his brow, drew severalsighs from him, and caused him to formulate to himself a few vowsof vengeance. Of all his friends, Athos was the eldest, and theleast resembling him in appearance, in his tastes and sympathies.Yet he entertained a marked preference for this gentleman. Thenoble and distinguished air of Athos, those flashes of greatnesswhich from time to time broke out from the shade in which hevoluntarily kept himself, that unalterable equality of temperwhich made him the most pleasant companion in the world, thatforced and cynical gaiety, that bravery which might have beentermed blind if it had not been the result of the rarestcoolness-such qualities attracted more than the esteem, more thanthe friendship of D'Artagnan; they attracted his admiration.Indeed, when placed beside M. de Treville, the elegant and noblecourtier, Athos in his most cheerful days might advantageouslysustain a comparison. He was of middle height; but his personwas so admirably shaped and so well proportioned that more thanonce in his struggles with Porthos he had overcome the giantwhose physical strength was proverbial among the Musketeers. Hishead, with piercing eyes, a straight nose, a chim cut like thatof Brutus, had altogether an indefinable character of grandeurand grace. His hands, of which he took little care, were thedespair of Aramis, who cultivated his with almond paste andperfumed oil. The sound of his voice was at once penetrating andmelodious; and then, that which was inconceivable in Athos, whowas always retiring, was that delicate knowledge of the world andof the usages of the most brilliant society-those manners of ahigh degree which appeared, as if unconsciously to himself, inhis least actions.
2.  D'Artagnan found the Musketeer dressed and ready to go out. Asthe hour to wait upon the king was not till twelve, he had made aparty with Porthos and Aramis to play a game at tennis in atennis court situated near the stables of the Luxembourg. Athosinvited D'Artagnan to follow them; and although ignorant of thegame, which he had never played, he accepted, not knowing what todo with his time from nine o'clock in the morning, as it thenscarcely was, till twelve.
3.  "Oh, the frightful brute!" said Aramis.
4.  "Ah, my faith!" said Athos, "you require too much,D'Artagnan. I have given you all I have, and I beg leave totell you that this is the bottom of my sack."
5.  "But this letter in which he recommends you to me?""Is an order for me to confine myself to a sort of prison, from which hewill release me by one of his satellites."
6.  Kitty entered to bring some sherbet. Her mistress put on acharming face, and smiled on her graciously; but alas! thepoor girl was so sad that she did not even notice Milady'scondescension.


1.  "But this dinner was not intended for you alone, Porthos?" saidAramis.
2.  "Oh, yes!" cried D'Artagnan, "yes! If it be to avenge her, I am readyto follow you."
3.  Silence was re-established. Two hours passed away. Milady'ssupper was brought in, and she was found deeply engaged in sayingher prayers aloud--prayers which she had learned of an oldservant of her second husband, a most austere Puritan. Sheappeared to be in ecstasy, and did not pay the least attention towhat was going on around her. Felton made a sign that she shouldnot be disturbed; and when all was arranged, he went out quietlywith the soldiers.
4.  The king looked at the cardinal.
5.  "Yes, monsieur, yes. And as it is three months since you havebeen here, and though, distracted as you must be in yourimportant occupations, you have forgotten to pay me my rent--as,I say, I have not tormented you a single instant, I thought youwould appreciate my delicacy."
6.  "Only grazed a little," replied D'Artagnan; "my fingers werecaught between two stones--that of the wall and that of myring--and the skin was broken."


1.  "At times the state into which I had fallen appeared so strangethat I believed myself dreaming. I arose trembling. My clotheswere near me on a chair; I neither remembered having undressedmyself nor going to bed. Then by degrees the reality broke uponme, full of chaste terrors. I was no longer in the house where Ihad dwelt. As well as I could judge by the light of the sun, theday was already two-thirds gone. It was the evening before whenI had fallen asleep; my sleep, then, must have lasted twenty-fourhours! What had taken place during this long sleep?"I dressed myself as quickly as possible; my slow and stiffmotions all attested that the effects of the narcotic were notyet entirely dissipated. The chamber was evidently furnished forthe reception of a woman; and the most finished coquette couldnot have formed a wish, but on casting her eyes about theapartment, she would have found that wish accomplished."Certainly I was not the first captive that had been shut up inthis splendid prison; but you may easily comprehend, Felton, thatthe more superb the prison, the greater was my terror."Yes, it was a prison, for I tried in vain to get out of it. Isounded all the walls, in the hopes of discovering a door, buteverywhere the walls returned a full and flat sound."I made the tour of the room at least twenty times, in search ofan outlet of some kind; but there was none. I sank exhaustedwith fatigue and terror into an armchair.
2.  "Who are you, then?" cried all the witnesses of this scene."Ask that woman," said the man in the red cloak, "for you may plainlysee she knows me!"
3.  "Do not overwhelm me with happiness," cried D'Artagnan,throwing himself on his knees, and covering with kisses thehands abandoned to him.
4.  Athos divided them into three groups, assumed the command ofone, gave the second to Aramis, and the third to Porthos;and then each group went and took their watch near anentrance.
5.   "Brave Athos!" murmured D'Artagnan, "and to think that we arecompelled to leave him; maybe the same fate awaits us two paceshence. Forward, Planchet, forward! You are a brave fellow.""As I told you, monsieur," replied Planchet, "Picards are foundout by being used. Besides, I am here in my own country, andthat excites me."
6.  Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.


1.  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.
2.  M. de Treville, accompanied by the four young fellows, directedhis course toward the Louvre; but to the great astonishment ofthe captain of the Musketeers, he was informed that the king hadgone stag hunting in the forest of St. Germain. M. de Trevillerequired this intelligence to be repeated to him twice, and eachtime his companions saw his brow become darker.
3.  She was struck, no doubt, with a superstitious idea; she conceived thatheaven denied its aid, and she remained in the attitude in which she hadfallen, her head drooping and her hands clasped.
4、  Felton cast his eyes round for means of escape, and seeing the doorfree, he rushed into the next chamber, in which, as we have said, thedeputies from La Rochelle were waiting, crossed it as quickly aspossible, and rushed toward the staircase; but upon the first step hemet Lord de Winter, who, seeing him pale, confused, livid, and stainedwith blood both on his hands and face, seized him by the throat, crying,"I knew it! I guessed it! But too late by a minute, unfortunate,unfortunate that I am!"
5、  "What the devil shall we do now, gentlemen?" cried Athos."Have you forgotten anything?" said Aramis.




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      Grimaud had a stout, short Picard cob, which cost threehundred livres.

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      "Of what consequence? Nobody knows you. Besides, we are in asituation to overlook ceremony."

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       "Or his mistress," interrupted D'Artagnan.

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    {  "Perfectly."

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      "No, no; I go, I depart! I believe in you, and I would have allthe merit of my devotion, even if that devotion were stupidity.Adieu, madame, adieu!"}

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      "Felton," cried she, "you are as great as Judas Maccabeus! Ifyou die, I will die with you; that is all I can say to you.""Silence!" cried Felton; "we are here."

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      "Why, then, only see!" cried the novice; "we shall soon be wellacquainted, almost friends. If you know Monsieur de Treville, you musthave visited him?"

  • 塔尼娅·穆尔斯 08-04

       Athos, wounded anew by Cahusac, became evidently paler, but didnot give way a foot. He only changed his sword hand, and foughtwith his left hand.

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    {  "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?"

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      "PARDIEU," resumed the latter, twisting his mustache, "look at meas long as you like, my little gentleman! I have said what Ihave said."