TAILIEUCHUNG - LUYỆN ĐỌC TIẾNG ANH QUA CÁC TÁC PHẨM VĂN HỌC –TWENTY YEARS AFTER ALEXANDRE DUMAS CHAPTER 13
TWENTY YEARS AFTER ALEXANDRE DUMAS CHAPTER 13 Đây là một tác phẩm anh ngữ nổi tiếng với những từ vựng nâng cao chuyên ngành văn chương. Nhằm giúp các bạn yêu thich tiếng anh luyện tập và củng cố thêm kỹ năng đọc tiếng anh . | TWENTY YEARS AFTER ALEXANDRE DUMAS CHAPTER 13 13. Two Angelic Faces. The road was long but the horses upon which D Artagnan and Planchet rode had been refreshed in the well supplied stables of the Lord of Bracieux the master and servant rode side by side conversing as they went for D Artagnan had by degrees thrown off the master and Planchet had entirely ceased to assume the manners of a servant. He had been raised by circumstances to the rank of a confidant to his master. It was many years since D Artagnan had opened his heart to any one it happened however that these two men on meeting again assimilated perfectly. Planchet was in truth no vulgar companion in these new adventures he was a man of uncommonly sound sense. Without courting danger he never shrank from an encounter in short he had been a soldier and arms ennoble a man it was therefore on the footing of friends that D Artagnan and Planchet arrived in the neighborhood of Blois. Going along D Artagnan shaking his head said I know that my going to Athos is useless and absurd but still I owe this courtesy to my old friend a man who had in him material for the most noble and generous of characters. Oh Monsieur Athos was a noble gentleman said Planchet was he not Scattering money round about him as Heaven sprinkles rain. Do you remember sir that duel with the Englishman in the inclosure des Carmes Ah how lofty how magnificent Monsieur Athos was that day when he said to his adversary You have insisted on knowing my name sir so much the worse for you since I shall be obliged to kill you. I was near him those were his exact words when he stabbed his foe as he said he would and his adversary fell without saying Oh Tis a noble gentleman -- Monsieur Athos. Yes true as Gospel said D Artagnan but one single fault has swallowed up all these fine qualities. I remember well said Planchet he was fond of drinking -- in truth he drank but not as other men drink. One seemed as he raised the wine to his lips to hear him say .
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