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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

as a monaquate absolute part,Louie wasn't used to being told what to do, he didn't much like it. From the outside, Louie was thinking bake. He started by hiring the greatest archietect of the age, L, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.Louie was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was all of sure to make time for his other great passion.Although married to Queen M, he had new reserfares. His current mistress was a young Aust cratic beauty, called .Louie's atitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasum ,he really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex,he loved their company, he loved their conversation, he loved their ellegance, he loved women who were witty and refined. most of all i think he loved women because they teased them and made him laugh. He had tremendous sexual appetite. quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off or have turn with her lady's mate while he was waiting, or passing servant in the corridor aside, he made love the way he did everything else with normous guster.
A french king was expected to have a mistress, it's all to symbolise the virilative of the nation. and, you know, 100 years later, poor L extinged. The french were ferious for him , because he didn't have a mistress.L was L40's first official mistress, she was slady waiting to get caught. she was giless, charming, dortured in good family and she dored the king, its was inresistable  because she convinced him.Quite genually that she loved his' pease herself, and i think this is what the young the king wanted to hear. i think he had a very good time.

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn’t used to being told what to do and he didn’t much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking vague. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age-Louis le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Valliere.

“Louis’ attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn’t just love them for sex. He loved their company, he loved their conversation, he loved their elegance, he loved women who were witty and refined. Most of all, I think, he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.”

“He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often, if his mistress was to slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady’s maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor of Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.”

“A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And you know, 100 years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn’t have a mistress.”

“Louise de la Valliere was Louis the XIV’s first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter of a good family and she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.”
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As a monarch (with) absolute part(power),Louis wasn't used to being told what to do,and he didn't much like it.From the outside(outset),Louis was thinking Bake(big).He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age,Louis (Le Vau),to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.
Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project,but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion.Although Marie to(married to Queen Marie-Therese),he had numerous affairs.His current mistress was young aristocratic beauty called Louise (De La Valliere).Louis' attitude towards women was one of too many(tromendous) enthusiasm.He really loved women and he didn't just love them for sex.He loved their company,he loved their concision(conversation),he loved their elegance,he loved women who (witty诙谐的;富于机智的) and refined.And most of all,I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.He had tremendous sex appetite.It is(He would) quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off he will have a turn of(with) her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the (corridor) of Versailles.He made love the way he did any thing else with enormous (gusto 爱好;由衷的高兴).
A prent(French) king was expected to have a mistress that would(it sort of) symbolize the (virility男子气) of a nation,and you know a hundred years later,poor the Louis 26th,the French were (furious) with him because he didn't have a mistress. Louis (De La Valliere) was Louis 14th first official mistress,she was a lady (in) waiting for(at the) court.She was (guileless 诚实的), charming due(dauchter) to her(a) good family and she dolled(adored) the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself and I think this is what the young king wanted to have(hear).
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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do, and he didn't much like it. For the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty, called Louise de la Valliere.


-Louis' attutide towards women was one of tremendous enthuiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex. He loved their company; he loved their conversation; he loved their elegance; he loved women who were witty and refined. Most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh. He had tremendous sexsual appetites. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady's maid, while he was waiting or passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. And he made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.


-A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French was furious with him, because he didn't have a mistress.
Louise de la Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter of a good family, and she adored the king and it was irresistible, because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.



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As a monarch with absolute power.Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it.From the outset,Louis was thinking big,he started by hiring the greatest architect  to the age ,Louis Le Vau.To transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.Louis was to devoted much of his energy  to his new project,but he was always sure to make  time for his other great passion.Although married to queen Marie-Therese,he had numerous affairs.His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called louis de vallia.Louis attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm  .He really loved women.He didn`t just loved them for sex,he loved their company ,he loved their conversation,he loved their elegance,he loved  women who were witty and refined.And most of all I think he loved women because they teased them and made them laugh.He had a tremendous sexual appetite.He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off,he would have a turn with her lady`s maid while he was waiting or a passing servent in the corridor at Veresail.He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.A French king was expected to have a mistress,it sort of symbolized the virility of the nation,and ,you know,hundred years later ,poor Louis 16th.the french were furious because he dind`t have a mistress.Louis de vallia was Louis 16th first official mistress,she was a lady in waiting at the court.She was a guileless,charming ,daughter of a good family.And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite geniunely that she loved him for himself ,and i think this is what the young king what to hear, i think he had a very good time.

[Homework]【整理】2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do, and he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Valliere.

Louis's attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex, he loved their company, he loved their conversation, he loved their elegance, he loved women who were witty and refined. Most of all, I think, he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.

He had a trememdous sexual appetite. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor of Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.

A French king was expected to have a mistress. It's what symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, 100 years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him, because he didn't have a mistress with him.

Louise De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was the lady waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming daughter of a good family. And she adored the king and it was irresistible, because she convinced him, quite genuinely, that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.




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As a monarch with absolute power.Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it.From the outset,Louis was thinking big,he started by hiring the greatest architect  to the age ,Louis Le Vau.To transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.Louis was to devoted much of his energy  to his new project,but he was always sure to make  time for his other great passion.Although married to queen Marie-Therese,he had numerous affairs.His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called louis de vallia.Louis attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm  .He really loved women.He didn`t just loved them for sex,he loved their company ,he loved their conversation,he loved their elegance,he loved  women who were witty and refined.And most of all I think he loved women because they teased them and made them laugh.He had a tremendous sexual appetite.He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off,he would have a turn with her lady`s maid while he was waiting or a passing servent in the corridor at Veresail.He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.A French king was expected to have a mistress,it sort of symbolized the virility of the nation,and ,you know,hundred years later ,poor Louis 16th.the french were furious because he dind`t have a mistress.Louis de vallia was Louis 16th first official mistress,she was a lady in waiting at the court.She was a guileless,charming ,daughter of a good family.And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite geniunely that she loved him for himself ,and i think this is what the young king what to hear, i think he had a very good time.
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as a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do, and he didn't much like it,

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from the outset, Louis was thinking big, he started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau,
to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other
great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs, his current mistress was a
young aristocratic beauty called Louis De La Valliere.

"???"

Louis's attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm, he really loved women, he didn't just love them
for sex, he loved their company, he loved their conversation, he loved their elegance. he loved women who were
witty and refined. and most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh,

"???"

he had tremendous sexual appetites. he would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off,
he would have a turn with his ladies's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles.
and he made love the way he did everythign else with enormous gusto.

"???"

A French king was expected to have a mistress, it's sort of symbolized the virility of the nation, and, you know,
a hundred year later, poor Louis XVI, the french were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.

Louis De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. she was a lady in waiting at court, She was guileless,
,charming, daughter to a good family, and she adored the king and it was irrisistible because she she convinced
him quite geniunely that she love him for himself, I think that this is what the young king wanted to hear,
i think he had a very good time.

[Homework]【整理】2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As the monarch absolutely par. Louis wasn't used to be told what to do. And he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architects of the age, Louis Levore to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams. Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project. But he was always sure to make time for his other great passions. Although married to to Queen Marry Terase, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocrat beauty, Louis de Laveyer. Louis's attitude to women was tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex, he loved the company, he loved the consation, he loved the elegance, he loved the women who witty and refined. Most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.
He had tremendous sexual appetite. It is quite often if the mistress was too slow in taking her dress off and the lady's maid while he was waiting, or a passing servant in the corridor outside, he made love the way he had everything else, with enormous guster.A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolised the liberty of the nation. And you know hundreds of years later,  poor Louis XVI, the French were furious because he didn't have a mistress.
Louis de Laveyer was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was lady Wipyet as called, she was guialict, charming, daughter of a good family. And she dollwd the king, which is irresistible, because she convinced him, quite genuinely, that she loved him for himself. I think this was what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.


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