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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My opinion is, that all these old podestas, these ancientcondottieri, -- for the Cavalcanti have commanded armies andgoverned provinces, -- my opinion, I say, is, that they haveburied their millions in corners, the secret of which theyhave transmitted only to their eldest sons, who have donethe same from generation to generation; and the proof ofthis is seen in their yellow and dry appearance, like theflorins of the republic, which, from being constantly gazedupon, have become reflected in them."
2.  "The messenger did not say."
3.  "Well, be it so, then. Take it from me then, and so long atleast as I receive my income, you shall be paid yours."
4.  Valentine seized the count's hand, and in her irresistibleimpulse of joy carried it to her lips.
5.  "Excellency," said a servant, opening the door, "a man inthe dress of a penitent wishes to speak to you."
6.  "And do you propose to make this journey very shortly?"


1.  Fernand rose impatiently. "Let him run on," said Danglars,restraining the young man; "drunk as he is, he is not muchout in what he says. Absence severs as well as death, and ifthe walls of a prison were between Edmond and Mercedes theywould be as effectually separated as if he lay under atombstone."
2.  "We have lost a year to no purpose!" cried Dantes.
3.  "Go this moment to the Allees de Meillan, enter the houseNo. 15, ask the porter for the key of the room on the fifthfloor, enter the apartment, take from the corner of themantelpiece a purse netted in red silk, and give it to yourfather. It is important that he should receive it beforeeleven o'clock. You promised to obey me implicitly. Rememberyour oath.
4.  Faria sat up to receive him, avoiding all gestures in orderthat he might conceal from the governor the paralysis thathad already half stricken him with death. His fear was lestthe governor, touched with pity, might order him to beremoved to better quarters, and thus separate him from hisyoung companion. But fortunately this was not the case, andthe governor left him, convinced that the poor madman, forwhom in his heart he felt a kind of affection, was onlytroubled with a slight indisposition.
5.  "Mala ducis avi domum," continued Louis XVIII., stillannotating.
6.  "Forty," said Andrea, after a moment's hesitation, at theend of which he remembered that he might safely promise."That's all right," said the man; "hop in, and we're off!Who-o-o-p, la!"


1.  "Ah, reverend sir, I tell you the simple truth."
2.  "Probably you have some correspondent in Greece?"
3.  "Your treasure?" stammered Dantes. Faria smiled.
4.  "She can declare to you, for example, that your father hadno hand whatever in the defeat and death of the vizier; orif by chance he had, indeed, the misfortune to" --
5.   "I have."
6.  Dantes had tasted nothing, but he thought not of hunger atsuch a moment; he hastily swallowed a few drops of rum, andagain entered the cavern. The pickaxe that had seemed soheavy, was now like a feather in his grasp; he seized it,and attacked the wall. After several blows he perceived thatthe stones were not cemented, but had been merely placed oneupon the other, and covered with stucco; he inserted thepoint of his pickaxe, and using the handle as a lever, withjoy soon saw the stone turn as if on hinges, and fall at hisfeet. He had nothing more to do now, but with the iron toothof the pickaxe to draw the stones towards him one by one.The aperture was already sufficiently large for him toenter, but by waiting, he could still cling to hope, andretard the certainty of deception. At last, after renewedhesitation, Dantes entered the second grotto. The secondgrotto was lower and more gloomy than the first; the airthat could only enter by the newly formed opening had themephitic smell Dantes was surprised not to find in the outercavern. He waited in order to allow pure air to displace thefoul atmosphere, and then went on. At the left of theopening was a dark and deep angle. But to Dantes' eye therewas no darkness. He glanced around this second grotto; itwas, like the first, empty.


1.  "The Count of Monte Cristo."
2.  "That's unfortunate."
3.  "It is quite frightful, but deeply interesting," said theyoung lady, motionless with attention. "I thought, I mustconfess, that these tales, were inventions of the MiddleAges."
4、  "How dreadful!" said Mercedes, passing her hand across herbrow, moist with perspiration; "and that letter" --
5、  "He wishes to speak to you."




  • 韩秀 08-05

      "By me? Not at all, prince," said Monte Cristo laying amarked stress on the title, "what have I done for you? Arenot your name, your social position, and your meritsufficient?"

  • 汪春水 08-05

      Fernand understood nothing except that Dantes was absent.What had become of him he cared not to inquire. Only, duringthe respite the absence of his rival afforded him, hereflected, partly on the means of deceiving Mercedes as tothe cause of his absence, partly on plans of emigration andabduction, as from time to time he sat sad and motionless onthe summit of Cape Pharo, at the spot from whence Marseillesand the Catalans are visible, watching for the apparition ofa young and handsome man, who was for him also the messengerof vengeance. Fernand's mind was made up; he would shootDantes, and then kill himself. But Fernand was mistaken; aman of his disposition never kills himself, for heconstantly hopes.

  • 爱德华·霍普 08-05

       It was noon, and Monte Cristo had set apart one hour to bepassed in the apartments of Haidee, as though his oppressedspirit could not all at once admit the feeling of pure andunmixed joy, but required a gradual succession of calm andgentle emotions to prepare his mind to receive full andperfect happiness, in the same manner as ordinary naturesdemand to be inured by degrees to the reception of strong orviolent sensations. The young Greek, as we have alreadysaid, occupied apartments wholly unconnected with those ofthe count. The rooms had been fitted up in strict accordancewith Oriental ideas; the floors were covered with therichest carpets Turkey could produce; the walls hung withbrocaded silk of the most magnificent designs and texture;while around each chamber luxurious divans were placed, withpiles of soft and yielding cushions, that needed only to bearranged at the pleasure or convenience of such as soughtrepose. Haidee and three French maids, and one who was aGreek. The first three remained constantly in a smallwaiting-room, ready to obey the summons of a small goldenbell, or to receive the orders of the Romaic slave, who knewjust enough French to be able to transmit her mistress'swishes to the three other waiting-women; the latter hadreceived most peremptory instructions from Monte Cristo totreat Haidee with all the deference they would observe to aqueen.

  • 甄长海 08-05

      "Who will give it to you -- your prince?"

  • 董思韵 08-04

    {  "Yes; you see I am as exact as you are. But you aredripping, my dear fellow; you must change your clothes, asCalypso said to Telemachus. Come, I have a habitationprepared for you in which you will soon forget fatigue andcold." Monte Cristo perceived that the young man had turnedaround; indeed, Morrel saw with surprise that the men whohad brought him had left without being paid, or uttering aword. Already the sound of their oars might be heard as theyreturned to the yacht.

  • 许婷慧 08-03

      "Is what true, madame?" inquired Danglars, visibly agitated.}

  • 延锋 08-03

      "What do you mean? Has he gone intending not to return?"

  • 石楼 08-03

      Upon his return to the hotel, Franz found Albert in hisdressing-gown and slippers, listlessly extended on a sofa,smoking a cigar. "My dear fellow." cried he, springing up,"is it really you? Why, I did not expect to see you beforeto-morrow."

  • 谢佳轩 08-02

       "Nothing that would lead you to suppose?"

  • 王霞 07-31

    {  "And what would you do, my dear diplomatist," repliedMorcerf, with a slight degree of irony in his voice, "if youdid nothing? What? private secretary to a minister, plungedat once into European cabals and Parisian intrigues; havingkings, and, better still, queens, to protect, parties tounite, elections to direct; making more use of your cabinetwith your pen and your telegraph than Napoleon did of hisbattle-fields with his sword and his victories; possessingfive and twenty thousand francs a year, besides your place;a horse, for which Chateau-Renaud offered you four hundredlouis, and which you would not part with; a tailor who neverdisappoints you; with the opera, the jockey-club, and otherdiversions, can you not amuse yourself? Well, I will amuseyou."

  • 胡阿娜 07-31

      "And what I have suffered," said the young girl, "you shallnever know, my lord." Monte Cristo smiled. "By my father'stomb," said he, extending his hand over the head of theyoung girl, "I swear to you, Haidee, that if any misfortunehappens, it will not be to me."