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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  With such a VADE MECUM D'Artagnan was morally and physically anexact copy of the hero of Cervantes, to whom we so happilycompared him when our duty of an historian placed us under thenecessity of sketching his portrait. Don Quixote took windmillsfor giants, and sheep for armies; D'Artagnan took every smile foran insult, and every look as a provocation--whence it resultedthat from Tarbes to Meung his fist was constantly doubled, or hishand on the hilt of his sword; and yet the fist did not descendupon any jaw, nor did the sword issue from its scabbard. It wasnot that the sight of the wretched pony did not excite numeroussmiles on the countenances of passers-by; but as against the sideof this pony rattled a sword of respectable length, and as overthis sword gleamed an eye rather ferocious than haughty, thesepassers-by repressed their hilarity, or if hilarity prevailedover prudence, they endeavored to laugh only on one side, likethe masks of the ancients. D'Artagnan, then, remained majesticand intact in his susceptibility, till he came to this unluckycity of Meung.
2.  "That you must not fail to call upon him in the course of theday; and then he added in a low voice, 'Tell your master that hisEminence is very well disposed toward him, and that his fortuneperhaps depends upon this interview.'"
3.  "At least I hope so," said the novice, with an expression of joy whichshe made no effort to disguise.
4.  "Be careful of your life, which is menaced, and which will be dear to mefrom the moment I am not obliged to see an enemy in you."Your affectionate
5.  Planchet, emboldened by the first exploit, sprang upon Lubin; andbeing strong and vigorous, he soon got him on the broad of hisback, and placed his knee upon his breast.
6.  "And did the mercer,"* rejoined Athos, "tell you, D'Artagnan,that the queen thought that Buckingham had been brought over by aforged letter?"


1.  "You cannot take me with you?"
2.  "I should like, however, to comprehend," said Porthos."That is useless."
3.  "Ah! This is something new," replied the king. "Will you tellme that your three damned Musketeers, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis,and your youngster from Bearn, have not fallen, like so manyfuries, upon poor Bernajoux, and have not maltreated him in sucha fashion that probably by this time he is dead? Will you tellme that they did not lay siege to the hotel of the Duc de laTremouille, and that they did not endeavor to burn it?--whichwould not, perhaps, have been a great misfortune in time of war,seeing that it is nothing but a nest of Huguenots, but which is,in time of peace, a frightful example. Tell me, now, can youdeny all this?"
4.  The novice let her speak, then seeing that she paused, she said, "Don'tyou know a gentleman named Athos?"
5.  "The short one."
6.  "Now he is gone, it is your turn to get out," said Mme.Bonacieux. "Courage, my friend, but above all, prudence, andthink what you owe to the queen."


1.  To grief succeeded rage. The host armed himself with a spit, andrushed into the chamber occupied by the two friends."Some wine!" said Athos, on perceiving the host.
2.  "And not a man to instruct them. Falconers are declining. Iknow no one but myself who is acquainted with the noble art ofvenery. After me it will all be over, and people will hunt withgins, snares, and traps. If I had but the time to train pupils!But there is the cardinal always at hand, who does not leave me amoment's repose; who talks to me about Spain, who talks to meabout Austria, who talks to me about England! Ah! A PROPOS ofthe cardinal, Monsieur de Treville, I am vexed with you!"This was the chance at which M. de Treville waited for the king.He knew the king of old, and he knew that all these complaintswere but a preface--a sort of excitation to encourage himself--and that he had now come to his point at last.
3.  "Where is their road?"
4.  D'Artagnan was not so dull as not to perceive that he was one toomany; but he was not sufficiently broken into the fashions of thegay world to know how to extricate himself gallantly from a falseposition, like that of a man who begins to mingle with people heis scarcely acquainted with and in a conversation that does notconcern him. He was seeking in his mind, then, for the leastawkward means of retreat, when he remarked that Aramis had lethis handkerchief fall, and by mistake, no doubt, had placed hisfoot upon it. This appeared to be a favorable opportunity torepair his intrusion. He stooped, and with the most gracious airhe could assume, drew the handkerchief from under the foot of theMusketeer in spite of the efforts the latter made to detain it,and holding it out to him, said, "I believe, monsieur, that thisis a handkerchief you would be sorry to lose?"
5.   "Well! The carriage is at the door; you bid me adieu; you mount thestep to embrace me a last time; my brother's servant, who comes to fetchme, is told how to proceed; he makes a sign to the postillion, and weset off at a gallop."
6.  "I," said Felton, "I do not fear him, nor will I spare him."The soul of Milady was bathed in an infernal joy."But how can Lord de Winter, my protector, my father," askedFelton, "possibly be mixed up with all this?"


1.  "The devil!" thought Porthos, as he walked away, "it appearsI am getting nearer to Monsieur Coquenard's strongbox atlast."
2.  And yet, at the very door the Musketeer began to entertainsome doubts. The approach was not such as to prepossesspeople--an ill-smelling, dark passage, a staircase half-lighted by bars through which stole a glimmer from aneighboring yard; on the first floor a low door studded withenormous nails, like the principal gate of the GrandChatelet.
3.  That pretty little SOUBRETTE whom D'Artagnan had alreadyobserved then came in. She spoke some words to Lord deWinter in English, who thereupon requested D'Artagnan'spermission to retire, excusing himself on account of theurgency of the business that had called him away, andcharging his sister to obtain his pardon.
4、  "Well, you will have distractions enough, gentlemen, be assured,"said D'Artagnan.
5、  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!"




  • 梅哲君 08-05

      "A small vessel with an English crew, whose captain is on myside, awaits you at the mouth of Charente, at fort of thePoint. He will set sail tomorrow morning."

  • 任树春 08-05

      "Somebody said to me, 'You are Monsieur d'Artagnan?' I answered,'You think so?' My guards exclaimed that they were sure of it.I did not wish to contradict them; besides, I might be deceived.""Monsieur, you insult the majesty of justice."

  • 高宏志 08-05

       Athos had invented the phrase, family affair. A familyaffair was not subject to the investigation of the cardinal;a family affair concerned nobody. People might employthemselves in a family affair before all the world.Therefore Athos had invented the phrase, family affair.Aramis had discovered the idea, the lackeys.

  • 谈月明 08-05

      "What are their names?"

  • 肖雄 08-04

    {  "This is fine!" said Porthos to himself; "I am prettilycaught!"

  • 乌尔森 08-03

      "Haste! haste!" said Felton; "do you not see that each of yourwords burns me like molten lead?"}

  • 叶松柏 08-03

      The other was a large square epistle, resplendent with theterrible arms of his Eminence the cardinal duke.

  • 阿米蒂奇 08-03

      "Monsieur," you appear to be in great haste?"

  • 郝祥胜 08-02

       One expression above all recurred to the mind of the prisoner:"If I had listened to you," Lord de Winter had said to Felton.Felton, then, had spoken in her favor, since Lord de Winter hadnot been willing to listen to him.

  • 郭品芬 07-31

    {  D'Artagnan pursued his way. He had given his word not to watchMme. Bonacieux, and if his life had depended upon the spot towhich she was going or upon the person who should accompany her,D'Artagnan would have returned home, since he had so promised.Five minutes later he was in the Rue des Fossoyeurs."Poor Athos!" said he; "he will never guess what all this means.He will have fallen asleep waiting for me, or else he will havereturned home, where he will have learned that a woman had beenthere. A woman with Athos! After all," continued D'Artagnan,"there was certainly one with Aramis. All this is very strange;and I am curious to know how it will end."

  • 刘洁秋 07-31

      The queen was still standing when he entered; but scarcely hadshe perceived him then she reseated herself in her armchair, andmade a sign to her women to resume their cushions and stools, andwith an air of supreme hauteur, said, "What do you desire,monsieur, and with what object do you present yourself here?""To make, madame, in the name of the king, and without prejudiceto the respect which I have the honor to owe to your Majesty aclose examination into all your papers."