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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Valentine could not reply; the voice which indicated thereal presence of a being in the room, alarmed her so muchthat she feared to utter a syllable; still the expression ofher eyes seemed to inquire, "If your intentions are pure,why are you here?" The count's marvellous sagacityunderstood all that was passing in the young girl's mind.
2.  "Go," said the count deliberately; "go, dear friend, butpromise me if you meet with any obstacle to remember that Ihave some power in this world, that I am happy to use thatpower in the behalf of those I love, and that I love you,Morrel."
3.  "Why, what ails you?" asked he of Edmond. "Do you fear anyapproaching evil? I should say that you were the happiestman alive at this instant."
4.  "By the same sign, which, at the same time, tells myright-hand correspondent that I am ready, while it givesnotice to my left-hand correspondent to prepare in histurn."
5.  "No; that his style of writing is very good."
6.  "I am going on a journey, dear child," said Monte Cristo,with an expression of infinite tenderness and melancholy;"and if any misfortune should happen to me"


1.  "No."
2.  "What must then be done?"
3.  "I will but go and return, sire; I shall be back in tenminutes."
4.  "Well, then," said the baroness, "if slave she be, she hasall the air and manner of a princess."
5.  "Nineteen," returned Dantes.
6.  Monte Cristo replaced the notes in his pocket with thatindescribable expression which seemed to say, "Come,reflect; if you repent there is till time."


1.  "And that father is" --
2.  "Yes."
3.  "Certainly, at your first request." The major's eyes dilatedwith pleasing astonishment. "But sit down," said MonteCristo; "really I do not know what I have been thinking of-- I have positively kept you standing for the last quarterof an hour."
4.  The count signified his intention of dining alone, and thatno one but Ali should attend him. Having dined with hisusual tranquillity and moderation, the count, making asignal to Ali to follow him, went out by the side-gate andon reaching the Bois de Boulogne turned, apparently withoutdesign towards Paris and at twilight; found himself oppositehis house in the Champs-Elysees. All was dark; one solitary,feeble light was burning in the porter's lodge, about fortypaces distant from the house, as Baptistin had said. MonteCristo leaned against a tree, and with that scrutinizingglance which was so rarely deceived, looked up and down theavenue, examined the passers-by, and carefully looked downthe neighboring streets, to see that no one was concealed.Ten minutes passed thus, and he was convinced that no onewas watching him. He hastened to the side-door with Ali,entered hurriedly, and by the servants' staircase, of whichhe had the key, gained his bedroom without opening ordisarranging a single curtain, without even the porterhaving the slightest suspicion that the house, which hesupposed empty, contained its chief occupant.
5.   "And what message shall I convey to the baroness!"
6.  "Sweet child," murmured Monte Cristo.


1.  "Does his mother then, keep poisons in her laboratory?"
2.  "Alas, sire, it is but too true!" Louis made a gesture ofindescribable anger and alarm, and then drew himself up asif this sudden blow had struck him at the same moment inheart and countenance.
3.  "How long has he left it?"
4、  "That is true enough," returned Caderousse. "You say truly,the gift of poor Edmond was not meant for such traitors asFernand and Danglars; besides, what would it be to them? nomore than a drop of water in the ocean."
5、  "As a matter of fact," said Monte Cristo, approaching, "I ammuch afraid that I am the involuntary cause of his absence."




  • 白云鹏 08-05

      "Of me? I will engage to say that before a week is past thedoor will be closed against me."

  • 张春波 08-05

      "Oh, yes, yes; this instant, I entreat you."

  • 兰自涛 08-05

       The young girl herself generally passed her time in thechamber at the farther end of her apartments. This was asort of boudoir, circular, and lighted only from the roof,which consisted of rose-colored glass. Haidee was recliningupon soft downy cushions, covered with blue satin spottedwith silver; her head, supported by one of her exquisitelymoulded arms, rested on the divan immediately behind her,while the other was employed in adjusting to her lips thecoral tube of a rich narghile, through whose flexible pipeshe drew the smoke fragrant by its passage through perfumedwater. Her attitude, though perfectly natural for an Easternwoman would, in a European, have been deemed too full ofcoquettish straining after effect. Her dress, which was thatof the women of Epirus, consisted of a pair of white satintrousers, embroidered with pink roses, displaying feet soexquisitely formed and so delicately fair, that they mightwell have been taken for Parian marble, had not the eye beenundeceived by their movements as they constantly shifted inand out of a pair of little slippers with upturned toes,beautifully ornamented with gold and pearls. She wore a blueand white-striped vest, with long open sleeves, trimmed withsilver loops and buttons of pearls, and a sort of bodice,which, closing only from the centre to the waist, exhibitedthe whole of the ivory throat and upper part of the bosom;it was fastened with three magnificent diamond clasps. Thejunction of the bodice and drawers was entirely concealed byone of the many-colored scarfs, whose brilliant hues andrich silken fringe have rendered them so precious in theeyes of Parisian belles. Tilted on one side of her head shehad a small cap of gold-colored silk, embroidered withpearls; while on the other a purple rose mingled its glowingcolors with the luxuriant masses of her hair, of which theblackness was so intense that it was tinged with blue. Theextreme beauty of the countenance, that shone forth inloveliness that mocked the vain attempts of dress to augmentit, was peculiarly and purely Grecian; there were the large,dark, melting eyes, the finely formed nose, the coral lips,and pearly teeth, that belonged to her race and country.And, to complete the whole, Haidee was in the veryspringtide and fulness of youthful charms -- she had not yetnumbered more than twenty summers.

  • 王成山 08-05

      "I? -- I kill my boy?" cried the distracted mother, rushingtoward Villefort; "I kill my son? Ha, ha, ha!" and afrightful, demoniac laugh finished the sentence, which waslost in a hoarse rattle. Madame de Villefort fell at herhusband's feet. He approached her. "Think of it, madame," hesaid; "if, on my return, justice his not been satisfied, Iwill denounce you with my own mouth, and arrest you with myown hands!" She listened, panting, overwhelmed, crushed; hereye alone lived, and glared horribly. "Do you understandme?" he said. "I am going down there to pronounce thesentence of death against a murderer. If I find you alive onmy return, you shall sleep to-night in the conciergerie."Madame de Villefort sighed; her nerves gave way, and shesunk on the carpet. The king's attorney seemed to experiencea sensation of pity; he looked upon her less severely, and,bowing to her, said slowly, "Farewell, madame, farewell!"That farewell struck Madame de Villefort like theexecutioner's knife. She fainted. The procureur went out,after having double-locked the door.

  • 杨晓佳 08-04

    {  "The father's?"

  • 程朝华 08-03

      "And when you know, will you tell me?"}

  • 邱邱 08-03

      "Not of my own; the last commission of poor Captain Leclere;you know to what I allude, Danglars -- it is sacred.Besides, I shall only take the time to go and return."

  • 吴玉芳 08-03

      "Wait, my dear sir, wait a moment; for I have such adelightful note on the Pastor quum traheret -- wait, and Iwill listen to you afterwards."

  • 刘璧洁 08-02

       "The more so, sir, as it was men's and not God's doing."

  • 李少勇 07-31

    {  "By all means," replied Monte Cristo; "I follow you."

  • 武克·耶雷米奇 07-31

      Morrel again changed color. Julie threw herself into hisarms.