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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "But it is the wretched" --
2.  "Ah, yes, most assuredly," said the eyes of the paralytic,for he closed them with an expression which Valentine couldnot mistake. "Thank you, thank you," murmured she. The oldman's declaration that Valentine was not the destinedinheritor of his fortune had excited the hopes of Madame deVillefort; she gradually approached the invalid, and said:"Then, doubtless, dear M. Noirtier, you intend leaving yourfortune to your grandson, Edward de Villefort?" The winkingof the eyes which answered this speech was most decided andterrible, and expressed a feeling almost amounting tohatred.
3.  "And you have chosen this honest citizen for your steward,"said Debray. "Of how much does he rob you every year?"
4.  "That tells me their name, and nothing else."
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.  "Yes, but they will make you then sign your declaration, andconfront you with him you have denounced; I will supply youwith the means of supporting your accusation, for I know thefact well. But Dantes cannot remain forever in prison, andone day or other he will leave it, and the day when he comesout, woe betide him who was the cause of his incarceration!"


1.  "I believe you, my lord, as implicitly as if God had spokento me," said the young girl, presenting her forehead to him.Monte Cristo pressed on that pure beautiful forehead a kisswhich made two hearts throb at once, the one violently, theother heavily. "Oh," murmured the count, "shall I then bepermitted to love again? Ask M. de Morcerf into thedrawing-room," said he to Baptistin, while he led thebeautiful Greek girl to a private staircase.
2.  "Adieu, then, until five o'clock; be punctual, and we shallarrive at twelve or one."
3.  "You guess well."
4.  "Never mind," replied Villefort; "I say that this marriageshall be consummated."
5.  "You are jesting."
6.  "Is regarded with universal esteem."


1.  "Neither of them there?" repeated Madame Danglars, herstaring, wide-open eyes expressing her alarm.
2.  One morning Albert was awakened by his valet de chambre, whoannounced Beauchamp. Albert rubbed his eyes, ordered hisservant to introduce him into the small smoking-room on theground-floor, dressed himself quickly, and went down. Hefound Beauchamp pacing the room; on perceiving him Beauchampstopped. "Your arrival here, without waiting my visit atyour house to-day, looks well, sir," said Albert. "Tell me,may I shake hands with you, saying, `Beauchamp, acknowledgeyou have injured me, and retain my friendship,' or must Isimply propose to you a choice of arms?"
3.  The sobriquet of La Carconte had been bestowed on MadeleineRadelle from the fact that she had been born in a village,so called, situated between Salon and Lambesc; and as acustom existed among the inhabitants of that part of Francewhere Caderousse lived of styling every person by someparticular and distinctive appellation, her husband hadbestowed on her the name of La Carconte in place of hersweet and euphonious name of Madeleine, which, in allprobability, his rude gutteral language would not haveenabled him to pronounce. Still, let it not be supposed thatamid this affected resignation to the will of Providence,the unfortunate inn-keeper did not writhe under the doublemisery of seeing the hateful canal carry off his customersand his profits, and the daily infliction of his peevishpartner's murmurs and lamentations.
4.  "Ah, my dear count, you are far too indulgent."
5.   Chapter 70The Ball.
6.  No one had the slightest suspicion; and when next day,taking a fowling-piece, powder, and shot, Dantes declaredhis intention to go and kill some of the wild goats thatwere seen springing from rock to rock, his wish wasconstrued into a love of sport, or a desire for solitude.However, Jacopo insisted on following him, and Dantes didnot oppose this, fearing if he did so that he might incurdistrust. Scarcely, however, had they gone a quarter of aleague when, having killed a kid, he begged Jacopo to takeit to his comrades, and request them to cook it, and whenready to let him know by firing a gun. This and some driedfruits and a flask of Monte Pulciano, was the bill of fare.Dantes went on, looking from time to time behind and aroundabout him. Having reached the summit of a rock, he saw, athousand feet beneath him, his companions, whom Jacopo hadrejoined, and who were all busy preparing the repast whichEdmond's skill as a marksman had augmented with a capitaldish.


1.  "Your treasure?" stammered Dantes. Faria smiled.
2.  "Yes, hither."
3.  "Is included in this sum."
4、  "Yes, since she lives." At that moment d'Avrigny's glancemet Noirtier's eye. It glistened with such extraordinaryjoy, so rich and full of thought, that the physician wasstruck. He placed the young girl again on the chair, -- herlips were scarcely discernible, they were so pale and white,as well as her whole face, -- and remained motionless,looking at Noirtier, who appeared to anticipate and commendall he did. "Sir," said d'Avrigny to Villefort, "callMademoiselle Valentine's maid, if you please." Villefortwent himself to find her; and d'Avrigny approached Noirtier."Have you something to tell me?" asked he. The old manwinked his eyes expressively, which we may remember was hisonly way of expressing his approval.
5、  "But, since you go out with Haidee, and sometimes even takeher to the opera" --




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      "It is a frightful story, count," said Albert, terrified atthe paleness of Haidee's countenance, "and I reproach myselfnow for having been so cruel and thoughtless in my request."

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  • 梁因乐 08-02

       "That's what I call love!" said Caderousse with a voice moretipsy than ever. "That's love, or I don't know what loveis."

  • 多拉克哈 08-02

      "Where will he receive me?"

  • 陈雪莹 08-01

    {  "Bring them here." The waiter did as he was desired.

  • 弗兰克 07-31

      "`Which is to recover a lost and adored son.'"}

  • 周廉芬 07-31

      "Then," replied M. de Villefort, "have the kindness to waithalf an hour; Valentine shall come down into thedrawing-room. I will send for M. Deschamps; we will read andsign the contract before we separate, and this eveningMadame de Villefort; shall accompany Valentine to herestate, where we will rejoin them in a week."

  • 塞勒卡 07-31

      "Ah," said a gallant old general, who, in 1809, had sung"Partant pour la Syrie," -- "we will not go alone to thegarden."

  • 金致允 07-30

       "What have you discovered?" asked Morrel.

  • 赫里特·扎尔姆 07-28

    {  "Well, then, listen. You must know I felt so interested inthe splendid roan horse, with his elegant little rider, sotastefully dressed in a pink satin jacket and cap, that Icould not help praying for their success with as muchearnestness as though the half of my fortune were at stake;and when I saw them outstrip all the others, and come to thewinning-post in such gallant style, I actually clapped myhands with joy. Imagine my surprise, when, upon returninghome, the first object I met on the staircase was theidentical jockey in the pink jacket! I concluded that, bysome singular chance, the owner of the winning horse mustlive in the same hotel as myself; but, as I entered myapartments, I beheld the very gold cup awarded as a prize tothe unknown horse and rider. Inside the cup was a smallpiece of paper, on which were written these words -- `FromLord Ruthven to Countess G---- .'"

  • 王作安 07-28

      "He gave no other name," answered Julie, looking earnestlyat the count, "than that at the end of his letter -- `Sinbadthe Sailor.'"