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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes," said he, "yes, Anne of Austria is my true queen. Upon aword from her, I would betray my country, I would betray my king,I would betray my God. She asked me not to send the Protestantsof La Rochelle the assistance I promised them; I have not doneso. I broke my word, it is true; but what signifies that? Iobeyed my love; and have I not been richly paid for thatobedience? It was to that obedience I owe her portrait."D'Artagnan was amazed to note by what fragile and unknown threadsthe destinies of nations and the lives of men are suspended. Hewas lost in these reflections when the goldsmith entered. He wasan Irishman--one of the most skillful of his craft, and whohimself confessed that he gained a hundred thousand livres a yearby the Duke of Buckingham.
2.  At the door of the chapel D'Artagnan felt his courage fall anew, andreturned to look for Athos; but Athos had disappeared.Faithful to his mission of vengeance, Athos had requested to beconducted to the garden; and there upon the sand following the lightsteps of this woman, who left sharp tracks wherever she went, headvanced toward the gate which led into the wood, and causing it to beopened, he went out into the forest.
3.  "What, he had done you the honor to remain here?""Yes, monsieur, in this house; and we are even a little uneasy--""On what account?"
4.  "But if I lose?"
5.  This was the last blow to the prisoner.
6.  As D'Artagnan had presumed, on receiving his letter, Miladyin a delirium of joy had told her servant everything; and byway of recompense for the manner in which she had this timeexecuted the commission, she had given Kitty a purse.Returning to her own room, Kitty had thrown the purse into acorner, where it lay open, disgorging three or four goldpieces on the carpet. The poor girl, under the caresses ofD'Artagnan, lifted her head. D'Artagnan himself wasfrightened by the change in her countenance. She joined herhands with a suppliant air, but without venturing to speak aword. As little sensitive as was the heart of D'Artagnan,he was touched by this mute sorrow; but he held tootenaciously to his projects, above all to this one, tochange the program which he had laid out in advance. He didnot therefore allow her any hope that he would flinch; onlyhe represented his action as one of simple vengeance.For the rest this vengeance was very easy; for Milady,doubtless to conceal her blushes from her lover, had orderedKitty to extinguish all the lights in the apartment, andeven in the little chamber itself. Before daybreak M. deWardes must take his departure, still in obscurity.Presently they heard Milady retire to her room. D'Artagnanslipped into the wardrobe. Hardly was he concealed when thelittle bell sounded. Kitty went to her mistress, and didnot leave the door open; but the partition was so thin thatone could hear nearly all that passed between the two women.Milady seemed overcome with joy, and made Kitty repeat thesmallest details of the pretended interview of the soubrettewith De Wardes when he received the letter; how he hadresponded; what was the expression of his face; if he seemedvery amorous. And to all these questions poor Kitty, forcedto put on a pleasant face, responded in a stifled voicewhose dolorous accent her mistress did not however remark,solely because happiness is egotistical.


1.  Then, as she had done the evening before, she fell on her kneesand repeated her prayers aloud. As on the evening before, thesoldier stopped his march to listen to her.
2.  They entered the roadstead; but as they drew near in order tocast anchor, a little cutter, looking like a coastguardformidably armed, approached the merchant vessel and dropped intothe sea a boat which directed its course to the ladder. Thisboat contained an officer, a mate, and eight rowers. The officeralone went on board, where he was received with all the deferenceinspired by the uniform.
3.  "Would you dare to lift your hand to your queen?" said Anne ofAustria, drawing herself up to her full height, and fixing hereyes upon the chancellor with an expression almost threatening."I am a faithful subject of the king, madame, and all that hisMajesty commands I shall do."
4.  "But I am speaking to you!" replied the young man, additionallyexasperated with this mixture of insolence and good manners, ofpoliteness and scorn.
5.  "My word," said De Winter, rising, "I think the hussy is goingmad! Come, come, calm yourself, Madame Puritan, or I'll removeyou to a dungeon. It's my Spanish wine that has got into yourhead, is it not? But never mind; that sort of intoxication isnot dangerous, and will have no bad effects."
6.  Aramis accordingly took the quill, reflected for a fewmoments, wrote eight or ten lines in a charming littlefemale hand, and then with a voice soft and slow, as if eachword had been scrupulously weighed, he read the following:


1.  To this reproach there is always one response which deludeswomen. D'Artagnan replied in such a manner that Kittyremained in her great delusion. Although she cried freelybefore deciding to transmit the letter to her mistress, shedid at last so decide, which was all D'Artagnan wished.Finally he promised that he would leave her mistress'spresence at an early hour that evening, and that when heleft the mistress he would ascend with the maid. Thispromise completed poor Kitty's consolation.
2.  "Then it was to go to her that you left us?" said Aramis."Exactly."
3.  The day on which D'Artagnan presented himself the assemblage wasimposing, particularly for a provincial just arriving from hisprovince. It is true that this provincial was a Gascon; andthat, particularly at this period, the compatriots of D'Artagnanhad the reputation of not being easily intimidated. When he hadonce passed the massive door covered with long square-headednails, he fell into the midst of a troop of swordsmen, whocrossed one another in their passage, calling out, quarreling,and playing tricks one with another. In order to make one's wayamid these turbulent and conflicting waves, it was necessary tobe an officer, a great noble, or a pretty woman.
4.  "Oh, but I," said Anne, "I also, duke, have had presentiments; Ialso have had dreams. I dreamed that I saw you lying bleeding,wounded."
5.   "Felton," said Milady, with a solemnity full of melancholy,"imagine that your sister, the daughter of your father, speaks toyou. While yet young, unfortunately handsome, I was dragged intoa snare. I resisted. Ambushes and violences multiplied aroundme, but I resisted. The religion I serve, the God I adore, wereblasphemed because I called upon that religion and that God, butstill I resisted. Then outrages were heaped upon me, and as mysoul was not subdued they wished to defile my body forever.Finally--"
6.  "And it is well I can, Chevalier," said Milady, "for do you know what isgoing on here?"


1.  "His Eminence, then, orders me--" said the lady.
2.  On the day after the morrow, by eleven o'clock, the two diamondstuds were finished, and they were so completely imitated, soperfectly alike, that Buckingham could not tell the new ones fromthe old ones, and experts in such matters would have beendeceived as he was. He immediately called D'Artagnan. "Here,"said he to him, "are the diamond studs that you came to bring;and be my witness that I have done all that human power coulddo."
3.  "And be upon your guard before my husband, who is rather shrewd,notwithstanding his seventy-six years."
4、  The gentlemen had drawn their swords, but they found themselvestake between two fires. They still hesitated an instant; but, asbefore, pride prevailed, and a second kick split the door frombottom to top.
5、  "Stop a minute; you don't know all yet. I should make anexcellent gambler if I were not too hot-headed; but I was hot-headed, just as if I had been drinking. Well, I was not hot-headed then--"




  • 代建权 08-09

      "He, that man!"

  • 盛文 08-09

      "I do not want you."

  • 马兜铃 08-09

       "What, Milady! has he not come?" said Kitty. "Can he beinconstant before being happy?"

  • 季志会 08-09


  • 林木伙 08-08

    {  This smile appeared to D'Artagnan to be of bad augury.Only, as our Gascon was not easily intimidated--or rather,thanks to a great pride natural to the men of his country,he did not allow one easily to see what was passing in hismind when that which was passing at all resembled fear--heplaced himself haughtily in front of Messieurs the Guards,and waited with his hand on his hip, in an attitude by nomeans deficient in majesty.

  • 张华辉 08-07

      "A horse for your lackey?" resumed the procurator's wife,hesitatingly; "but that is doing things in lordly style, myfriend."}

  • 翟东升 08-07

      "Oh, D'Artagnan, my beloved D'Artagnan! You have come, then, at last!You have not deceived me! It is indeed thee!"

  • 吕洪涛 08-07

      "Farewell, my son," said the curate, "till tomorrow.""Till tomorrow, rash youth," said the Jesuit. "You promise tobecome one of the lights of the Church. Heaven grant that thislight prove not a devouring fire!"

  • 赵芸蕾 08-06

       "The name of that port?"

  • 斯蒂芬·佩里 08-04

    {  D'Artagnan thought this was the moment to interfere. Heapproached the other door, and taking off his hatrespectfully, said, "Madame, will you permit me to offer youmy services? It appears to me that this cavalier has madeyou very angry. Speak one word, madame, and I take uponmyself to punish him for his want of courtesy."

  • 侯懿芸 08-04

      "D'Artagnan," said Aramis, in a reproachful tone, "how couldyou believe that we had made a disturbance?"