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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You may guess, finding the luck turned, that I again staked thediamond."
2.  "You are mistaken, Planchet," replied D'Artagnan; "and as aproof, there is a crown to drink my health."
3.  At the end of an hour she heard a soft voice calling her; it was Mme.Bonacieux's. The good abbess had naturally consented to her request;and as a commencement, they were to sup together.On reaching the courtyard, they heard the noise of a carriage whichstopped at the gate.
4.  "Hum!" said D'Artagnan. "I have no greater regard for theBastille than you. If it were nothing but a sword thrust, whythen--"
5.  "Well, then, it becomes the simplest thing in the world; getme that proof, and I will send him to the Bastille.""So far good, monseigneur; but afterwards?"
6.  The worthy mercer had, immediately upon re-entering his house,informed his wife of his happy return, and his wife had repliedby congratulating him, and telling him that the first moment shecould steal from her duties should be devoted to paying him avisit.


1.  "Ah, monsieur," said Planchet, "I saw one fall at each of his twoshots, and he appeared to me, through the glass door, to befighting with his sword with the others."
2.  Nevertheless, D'Artagnan was desirous of examining the appearanceof this impertinent personage who ridiculed him. He fixed hishaughty eye upon the stranger, and perceived a man of from fortyto forty-five years of age, with black and piercing eyes, palecomplexion, a strongly marked nose, and a black and well-shapedmustache. He was dressed in a doublet and hose of a violetcolor, with aiguillettes of the same color, without any otherornaments than the customary slashes, through which the shirtappeared. This doublet and hose, though new, were creased, liketraveling clothes for a long time packed in a portmanteau.D'Artagnan made all these remarks with the rapidity of a mostminute observer, and doubtless from an instinctive feeling thatthis stranger was destined to have a great influence over hisfuture life.
3.  The travelers had chosen crossroads in the hope that they mightmeet with less interruption; but at Crevecoeur, Aramis declaredhe could proceed no farther. In fact, it required all thecourage which he concealed beneath his elegant form and polishedmanners to bear him so far. He grew more pale every minute, andthey were obliged to support him on his horse. They lifted himoff at the door of a cabaret, left Bazin with him, who, besides,in a skirmish was more embarrassing than useful, and set forwardagain in the hope of sleeping at Amiens.
4.  "That's true," said Athos, and he rang the bell.
5.  "Have it examined by the governor of the port," said theshipmaster, "and give me the preference."
6.  "Become of whom?" replied Aramis.


1.  Athos went in quest of the Englishman, whom he found in thestable, examining the harnesses with a greedy eye. Theopportunity was good. He proposed the conditions--the twoharnesses, either against one horse or a hundred pistoles. TheEnglishman calculated fast; the two harnesses were worth threehundred pistoles. He consented.
2.  "I have five hundred pistoles, or thereabouts."
3.  We shall find her still in the despairing attitude in which weleft her, plunged in an abyss of dismal reflection--a dark hellat the gate of which she has almost left hope behind, because forthe first time she doubts, for the first time she fears.On two occasions her fortune has failed her, on two occasions shehas found herself discovered and betrayed; and on these twooccasions it was to one fatal genius, sent doubtlessly by theLord to combat her, that she has succumbed. D'Artagnan hasconquered her--her, that invincible power of evil.He has deceived her in her love, humbled her in her pride,thwarted her in her ambition; and now he ruins her fortune,deprives her of liberty, and even threatens her life. Stillmore, he has lifted the corner of her mask--that shield withwhich she covered herself and which rendered her so strong.D'Artagnan has turned aside from Buckingham, whom she hates asshe hates everyone she has loved, the tempest with whichRichelieu threatened him in the person of the queen. D'Artagnanhad passed himself upon her as De Wardes, for whom she hadconceived one of those tigerlike fancies common to women of hercharacter. D'Artagnan knows that terrible secret which she hassworn no one shall know without dying. In short, at the momentin which she has just obtained from Richelieu a carte blanche bythe means of which she is about to take vengeance on her enemy,this precious paper is torn from her hands, and it is D'Artagnanwho holds her prisoner and is about to send her to some filthyBotany Bay, some infamous Tyburn of the Indian Ocean.
4.  But all at once a shadow appeared in the darkness theoutline of which was familiar to D'Artagnan, and a well-known voice said, "Monsieur, I have brought your cloak; itis chilly this evening."
5.   "No," said Athos.
6.  "Ah, you are a cardinalist, then, monsieur, are you?" cried she;"and you serve the party of those who maltreat your wife andinsult your queen?"


1.  "Well," responded Porthos, "you may imagine, with the physiquewith which nature has endowed me, I am not in want of good luck.""Good Lord, how quickly men forget!" cried the procurator's wife,raising her eyes toward heaven.
2.  "You said that Porthos had received a sword cut.""Yes, but he has forbidden me so strictly to say so.""And why so."
3.  "No."
5、  "Why, my companion. She who out of friendship for me wished to take mefrom my persecutors. She who, mistaking you for the cardinal's Guards,has just fled away."




  • 郭冠英 08-03

      Then, swallowing the contents of his glass, which he putdown close to him, Athos arose carelessly, took the musketnext to him, and drew near to one of the loopholes.Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan followed his example. As toGrimaud, he received orders to place himself behind the fourfriends in order to reload their weapons.

  • 周惠林 08-03

      Felton had fallen; but there was still another step to be taken.He must be retained, or rather he must be left quite alone; andMilady but obscurely perceived the means which could lead to thisresult.

  • 汲新民 08-03

       When this crisis was past, when Milady appeared to have resumedher self-possession, which she had never lost; when Felton hadseen her recover with the veil of chastity those treasures oflove which were only concealed from him to make him desire themthe more ardently, he said, "Ah, now! I have only one thing toask of you; that is, the name of your true executioner. For tome there is but one; the other was an instrument, that was all.""What, brother!" cried Milady, "must I name him again? Have younot yet divined who he is?"

  • 徐晨 08-03

      "A thousand things. In the first place, that, unfortunately,your husband is a simpleton and a fool; in the next place, youare in trouble, of which I am very glad, as it gives me aopportunity of placing myself at your service, and God knows I amready to throw myself into the fire for you; finally, that thequeen wants a brave, intelligent, devoted man to make a journeyto London for her. I have at least two of the three qualitiesyou stand in need of, and here I am.

  • 魏建军 08-02

    {  This immediately recalled to D'Artagnan's mind the handkerchiefwhich he had found at the feet of Mme. Bonacieux, which hadreminded him of that which he had dragged from under the feet ofAramis.

  • 徐梅昌 08-01

      "The Comtesse de--"}

  • 梁磊 08-01

      "Oh, he conceals them too little for you not to divine them.""I seek to divine nothing, madame; I wait till I am confided in,and apart from that which Lord de Winter has said to me beforeyou, he has confided nothing to me."

  • 罗伯特·卡洛斯 08-01

      Madame uttered fresh sighs. Moliere had not written hisscene in "L'Avare" then. Mme. Coquenard was in the dilemmaof Harpagan.

  • 翁帆 07-31

       "Gentlemen," replied D'Artagnan, "I have already received byMonsieur de Cavois a similar invitation from his Eminence.I neglected it, and on the morrow a serious misfortunehappened to me--Constance disappeared. Whatever may ensue, Iwill go."

  • 艾弗尔 07-29

    {  "Thanks, monsieur. You are a hundred times too good.""Begone, then, find them instantly, and let all be done tonight!Ha! But first write your request to Dessessart. Perhaps you hada spy at your heels; and your visit, if it should ever be knownto the cardinal, will thus seem legitimate."

  • 雷贤忠 07-29

      "Certainly," replied the Jesuit, a little put out, while thecurate, greatly delighted, turned upon D'Artagnan a look full ofgratitude. "Well, let us see what is to be derived from thisgloss. Moses, the servant of God-he was but a servant, please tounderstand-Moses blessed with the hands; he held out both hisarms while the Hebrews beat their enemies, and then he blessedthem with his two hands. Besides, what does the Gospel say?IMPONITE MANUS, and not MANUM-place the HANDS, not the HAND.""Place the HANDS," repeated the curate, with a gesture."St. Peter, on the contrary, of whom the Popes are thesuccessors," continued the Jesuit; "PORRIGE DIGITOS-present thefingers. Are you there, now?"