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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The commissary then, instead of continuing to interrogate him,made him a long speech upon the danger there is for an obscurecitizen to meddle with public matters. He complicated thisexordium by an exposition in which he painted the power and thedeeds of the cardinal, that incomparable minister, that conquerorof past minister, that conqueror of past ministers, that examplefor ministers to come--deeds and power which none could thwartwith impunity.
2.  In which it is proved that, notwithstanding their names' endingin OS and IS, the heroes of the story which we are about to havethe honor to relate to our readers have nothing mythologicalabout them.
3.  Anne of Austria was then twenty-six or twenty-seven years of age;that is to say, she was in the full splendor of her beauty.Her carriage was that of a queen or a goddess; her eyes, whichcast the brilliancy of emeralds, were perfectly beautiful, andyet were at the same time full of sweetness and majesty.Her mouth was small and rosy; and although her underlip, likethat of all princes of the House of Austria, protruded slightlybeyond the other, it was eminently lovely in its smile, but asprofoundly disdainful in its contempt.
4.  "For all my tears, my cares,
5.  appreciation."
6.  "Or rather you insult me," continued she, pressing with herstiffened hands the two arms of her easy chair, and raisingherself upon her wrists.


1.  "You think so, Porthos?" replied the Musketeer, with a sadsmile which D'Artagnan alone understood.
2.  Athos was then sent to the cardinal; but unfortunately thecardinal was at the Louvre with the king.
3.  Milady looked at her lover in silence. The pale light ofthe first rays of day gave to her clear eyes a strangelyfrightful expression.
4.  "Take away that fool!" said the cardinal.
5.  Several strokes resounded on the door; this time Milady reallypushed him away from her.
6.  "By the way," resumed De Winter, stopping at the threshold of thedoor, "you must not, Milady, let this check take away yourappetite. Taste that fowl and those fish. On my honor, they arenot poisoned. I have a very good cook, and he is not to be myheir; I have full and perfect confidence in him. Do as I do.Adieu, dear sister, till your next swoon!"


1.  "But on what day will this ball take place?" asked Anne ofAustria.
2.  "And what is this cause?" demanded Aramis.
3.  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.
4.  "Tell him, I beg you, that I am his humble servant.""I will not fail."
5.   Let us leave him to follow the road to the camp protected byhis esquire and the two Musketeers, and return to Athos.For a hundred paces he maintained the speed at which hestarted; but when out of sight he turned his horse to theright, made a circuit, and came back within twenty paces ofa high hedge to watch the passage of the little troop.Having recognized the laced hats of his companions and thegolden fringe of the cardinal's cloak, he waited till thehorsemen had turned the angle of the road, and having lostsight of them, he returned at a gallop to the inn, which wasopened to him without hesitation.
6.  "Fortunately," added he, "my good friends are down yonder,and they will not allow me to be carried away without astruggle. Nevertheless, Monsieur de Treville's company ofMusketeers alone cannot maintain a war against the cardinal,who disposes of the forces of all France, and before whomthe queen is without power and the king without will.D'Artagnan, my friend, you are brave, you are prudent, youhave excellent qualities; but the women will ruin you!"He came to this melancholy conclusion as he entered theantechamber. He placed his letter in the hands of the usheron duty, who led him into the waiting room and passed oninto the interior of the palace.


1.  D'Artagnan bowed to Mme. Bonacieux, darting at her the mostloving glance that he could possibly concentrate upon hercharming little person; and while he descended the stairs, heheard the door closed and double-locked. In two bounds he was atthe Louvre; as he entered the wicket of L'Echelle, ten o'clockstruck. All the events we have described had taken place withina half hour.
2.  Te Deums were chanted in camp, and afterward throughoutFrance.
3.  Mme. Bonacieux looked earnestly at the young man."And if I give you this password," said she, "would you forget itas soon as you used it?"
4、  "Oh, monsieur!" said Planchet, humiliated by the suspicion,and moreover, terrified at the calm air of the Musketeer."And I," said Porthos, rolling his large eyes, "remember, Iwill skin you alive."
5、  The baron took the young officer by the arm, and turned his headover his shoulder, so as not to lose sight of Milady till he wasgone out.




  • 程桢都 08-07

      "But what, then, is the noise?"

  • 傅小康 08-07

      "He entered the apartment followed by a man in a mask. He wasmasked likewise; but I knew his step, I knew his voice, I knewhim by that imposing bearing which hell has bestowed upon hisperson for the curse of humanity.

  • 乐嘉携 08-07

       "Can you explain to me what signify this leave of absence andthis letter, which I have just received?" said the astonishedAthos.

  • 费多托夫 08-07

      "Oh, my legs, my poor legs! where are you?" murmuredCoquenard, and he tried to smile.

  • 黄志刚 08-06

    {  Milady had however achieved a half-triumph, and success doubledher forces.

  • 巴尔提 08-05

      The two nobles saluted each other politely, for if no friendshipexisted between them, there was at least esteem. Both were menof courage and honor; and as M. de la Tremouille--a Protestant,and seeing the king seldom--was of no party, he did not, ingeneral, carry any bias into his social relations. This time,however, his address, although polite, was cooler than usual."Monsieur," said M. de Treville, "we fancy that we have eachcause to complain of the other, and I am come to endeavor toclear up this affair."}

  • 鲁锋 08-05

      "Or Camille de Bois-Tracy."

  • 张志清 08-05

      "But D'Artagnan! D'Artagnan! if he comes?"

  • 孟超 08-04

       "That is true, that is true, my child," said the queen, "you areright."

  • 汤鼎 08-02

    {  "It is I who no longer understand you, madame," said Felton."Or, rather, who pretend not to understand me, sir!" replied theprisoner, with a smile of incredulity.

  • 朱增宏 08-02

      "A moment," cried D'Artagnan, making them a sign to replace inthe scabbard their half-drawn swords. "It is not courage that isneeded; it is prudence."