Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas Chapter 83 Page 25

“And the same, also, for Monsieur du Vallon — — ”

“Not for me,” cried Porthos; “I am not by any means resigned.”

“But you will be resigned, my friend.”


“He will become so, monsieur; I know him better than he knows himself.

Be silent, dear Du Vallon, and resign yourself.”

“Adieu, gentlemen,” said De Comminges; “sleep well!”

“We will try.”

De Comminges went away, D’Artagnan remaining apparently in the same attitude of humble resignation; but scarcely