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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Be easy, my dear boy; they will come in due season; it isonly a question of how much shall be charged for them."Morcerf then, with that delighted philosophy which believesthat nothing is impossible to a full purse or well-linedpocketbook, supped, went to bed, slept soundly, and dreamedhe was racing all over Rome at Carnival time in a coach withsix horses.
2.  "Yes."
3.  "Yes," replied the count, "and you confirmed the report. Ayouthful indiscretion, I suppose, which you were anxious toconceal from the world at large?" The major recoveredhimself, and resumed his usual calm manner, at the same timecasting his eyes down, either to give himself time tocompose his countenance, or to assist his imagination, allthe while giving an under-look at the count, the protractedsmile on whose lips still announced the same politecuriosity. "Yes," said the major, "I did wish this fault tobe hidden from every eye."
4.  The pretext of an opera engagement was so much the morefeasible, as there chanced to be on that very night a morethan ordinary attraction at the Academie Royale. Levasseur,who had been suffering under severe illness, made hisreappearance in the character of Bertrand, and, as usual,the announcement of the most admired production of thefavorite composer of the day had attracteda brilliant andfashionable audience. Morcerf, like most other young men ofrank and fortune, had his orchestra stall, with thecertainty of always finding a seat in at least a dozen ofthe principal boxes occupied by persons of his acquaintance;he had, moreover, his right of entry into the omnibus box.Chateau-Renaud rented a stall beside his own, whileBeauchamp, as a journalist, had unlimited range all over the
5.  Again the abbe looked at him, then mournfully shook hishead; but in accordance with Dantes' request, he began tospeak of other matters. The elder prisoner was one of thosepersons whose conversation, like that of all who haveexperienced many trials, contained many useful and importanthints as well as sound information; but it was neveregotistical, for the unfortunate man never alluded to hisown sorrows. Dantes listened with admiring attention to allhe said; some of his remarks corresponded with what healready knew, or applied to the sort of knowledge hisnautical life had enabled him to acquire. A part of the goodabbe's words, however, were wholly incomprehensible to him;but, like the aurora which guides the navigator in northernlatitudes, opened new vistas to the inquiring mind of thelistener, and gave fantastic glimpses of new horizons,enabling him justly to estimate the delight an intellectualmind would have in following one so richly gifted as Fariaalong the heights of truth, where he was so much at home.
6.  "It was through Haidee that the Chamber was informed of hisfather's treason."


1.  "He is a charming young man," said Monte Cristo "and I felta lively interest in him the very first evening of myintroduction, when I met him in search of a supper, andprevailed upon him to accept a portion of mine. He is, Ithink, the son of General d'Epinay?"
2.  "And how have I broken that treaty, your excellency?"
3.  "Is the Baron Franz d'Epinay."
4.  Albert found in his anteroom two guns, with all theaccoutrements for hunting; a lofty room on the ground-floorcontaining all the ingenious instruments the English --eminent in piscatory pursuits, since they are patient andsluggish -- have invented for fishing. The day passed inpursuing those exercises in which Monte Cristo excelled.They killed a dozen pheasants in the park, as many trout inthe stream, dined in a summer-house overlooking the ocean,and took tea in the library.
5.  "Read it."
6.  "Patience -- patience!"


1.  "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."
2.  "He gave no other name," answered Julie, looking earnestlyat the count, "than that at the end of his letter -- `Sinbadthe Sailor.'"
3.  The shadow Monte Cristo had noticed passed rapidly behindthe tomb of Abelard and Heloise, placed itself close to theheads of the horses belonging to the hearse, and followingthe undertaker's men, arrived with them at the spotappointed for the burial. Each person's attention wasoccupied. Monte Cristo saw nothing but the shadow, which noone else observed. Twice the count left the ranks to seewhether the object of his interest had any concealed weaponbeneath his clothes. When the procession stopped, thisshadow was recognized as Morrel, who, with his coat buttonedup to his throat, his face livid, and convulsively crushinghis hat between his fingers, leaned against a tree, situatedon an elevation commanding the mausoleum, so that none ofthe funeral details could escape his observation. Everythingwas conducted in the usual manner. A few men, the leastimpressed of all by the scene, pronounced a discourse, somedeploring this premature death, others expatiating on thegrief of the father, and one very ingenious person quotingthe fact that Valentine had solicited pardon of her fatherfor criminals on whom the arm of justice was ready to fall-- until at length they exhausted their stores of metaphorand mournful speeches.
4.  "Notwithstanding your father's wishes to the contrary?" saidMadame de Villefort, selecting a new point of attack. "Thatis a serious thing." Monte Cristo, who pretended not to belistening, heard however, every word that was said."Madame," replied Villefort "I can truly say that I havealways entertained a high respect for my father, because, tothe natural feeling of relationship was added theconsciousness of his moral superiority. The name of fatheris sacred in two senses; he should be reverenced as theauthor of our being and as a master whom we ought to obey.But, under the present circumstances, I am justified indoubting the wisdom of an old man who, because he hated thefather, vents his anger on the son. It would be ridiculousin me to regulate my conduct by such caprices. I shall stillcontinue to preserve the same respect toward M. Noirtier; Iwill suffer, without complaint, the pecuniary deprivation towhich he has subjected me; but I shall remain firm in mydetermination, and the world shall see which party hisreason on his side. Consequently I shall marry my daughterto the Baron Franz d'Epinay, because I consider it would bea proper and eligible match for her to make, and, in short,because I choose to bestow my daughter's hand on whomever Iplease."
5.   "Because there is a little secret, a precaution I thought itdesirable to take, one of Huret & Fitchet's locks, revisedand improved by Gaspard Caderousse; I will manufacture you asimilar one when you are a capitalist."
6.  Villefort pronounced these last words with a feverish rage,which gave a ferocious eloquence to his words.


1.  "Ah, so much the better, I feared this little precautionmight have been forgotten."
2.  And Dantes, happy to escape the history and explanationwhich would be sure to confirm his belief in his friend'smental instability, glided like a snake along the narrowpassage; while Faria, restored by his alarm to a certainamount of activity, pushed the stone into place with hisfoot, and covered it with a mat in order the moreeffectually to avoid discovery.
3.  "Has your majesty perused yesterday's report?"
4、  "You must see that to be an utter impossibility," saidVillefort. Valentine and the old man heard thisconversation, and Noirtier fixed his eye so earnestly onValentine that she felt bound to answer to the look.
5、  "Yes; for I am a man, and have suffered like yourself, andalso contemplated suicide; indeed, often since misfortunehas left me I have longed for the delights of an eternalsleep."




  • 李万进 08-03

      "Pardon me, count, pardon me."

  • 高冈早纪 08-03

      "Your excellency's name" --

  • 王雅慧 08-03

       "Monsieur de Morcerf has received a letter from Franz,announcing his immediate return." Valentine turned pale, andleaned her hand against the gate. "Ah heavens, if it werethat! But no, the communication would not come throughMadame de Villefort."

  • 鲁志宏 08-03

      "None at all."

  • 张其瑞 08-02

    {  "What more is to be done?"

  • 张瑞 08-01

      "My father and the Baron d'Epinay lived in the stormy timesof which I only saw the ending," said Villefort.}

  • 康伍克·乔博士 08-01

      "Most assuredly," replied he. "The Count of Monte Cristo isalways an early riser; and I can answer for his having beenup these two hours."

  • 金炳华 08-01

      "Those are indeed holidays to me; I go into the garden, Iplant, I prune, I trim, I kill the insects all day long."

  • 权侑莉 07-31

       "Sweet child," murmured Monte Cristo.

  • 莫拉蒂 07-29

    {  "A great man in his own country," added Debray.

  • 蒋辉超 07-29

      "And now, my dear friend," said Faria, "sole consolation ofmy wretched existence, -- you whom heaven gave me somewhatlate, but still gave me, a priceless gift, and for which Iam most grateful, -- at the moment of separating from youforever, I wish you all the happiness and all the prosperityyou so well deserve. My son, I bless thee!" The young mancast himself on his knees, leaning his head against the oldman's bed.