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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Come, two or three more such adventures, and I do notdespair of seeing you a member of the Academy." DoubtlessAlbert was about to discuss seriously his right to theacademic chair when they were informed that dinner wasready. Albert's love had not taken away his appetite. Hehastened with Franz to seat himself, free to recommence thediscussion after dinner. After dinner, the Count of MonteCristo was announced. They had not seen him for two days.Signor Pastrini informed them that business had called himto Civita Vecchia. He had started the previous evening, andhad only returned an hour since. He was charming. Whether hekept a watch over himself, or whether by accident he did notsound the acrimonious chords that in other circumstances hadbeen touched, he was to-night like everybody else. The manwas an enigma to Franz. The count must feel sure that Franzrecognized him; and yet he had not let fall a single wordindicating any previous acquaintance between them. On hisside, however great Franz's desire was to allude to theirformer interview, the fear of being disagreeable to the manwho had loaded him and his friend with kindness preventedhim from mentioning it. The count had learned that the twofriends had sent to secure a box at the Argentina Theatre,and were told they were all let. In consequence, he broughtthem the key of his own -- at least such was the apparentmotive of his visit. Franz and Albert made some difficulty,alleging their fear of depriving him of it; but the countreplied that, as he was going to the Palli Theatre, the boxat the Argentina Theatre would he lost if they did notprofit by it. This assurance determined the two friends toaccept it.
2.  "You know this chief, then?"
3.  "I," replied the viscount, -- "I saw Castaing executed, butI think I was rather intoxicated that day, for I had quittedcollege the same morning, and we had passed the previousnight at a tavern."
4.  "Indeed, sir," said Andrea, "I assure you I have never giventhe subject a thought, but I suppose it must have been atleast two millions." Danglars felt as much overcome with joyas the miser who finds a lost treasure, or as theshipwrecked mariner who feels himself on solid groundinstead of in the abyss which he expected would swallow himup.
5.  "I bought it for two hundred thousand francs, madame," saidMonte Cristo; "but that is a trifle, since it enables me tojustify myself to you."
6.  "Ah, true, I was writing. I do sometimes, soldier though Iam."


1.  "I think I have some clew."
2.  "Yes, sir, a rope-ladder and tools."
3.  "Certainly."
4.  "Ah, well," exclaimed Chateau-Renaud, who because he hadseen his thirtieth summer fancied himself duly warranted inassuming a sort of paternal air with his more youthfulfriend, "you young people are never satisfied; why, whatwould you have more? your parents have chosen you a bridebuilt on the model of Diana, the huntress, and yet you arenot content."
5.  "Yes, yes," said Danglars, laughing, "it would do her agreat deal of good."
6.  "Let us only speak of the promise you wished me to make,"said Franz.


1.  "Silence! God gives me strength to overcome a wild beastlike you; in the name of that God I act, -- remember that,wretch, -- and to spare thee at this moment is still servinghim."
2.  "Excuse me, excellency, but these details are necessary, andyou promised to be patient."
3.  "Will the petition go soon?"
4.  "What fortune?"
5.   About two o'clock the following day a calash, drawn by apair of magnificent English horses, stopped at the door ofMonte Cristo and a person, dressed in a blue coat, withbuttons of a similar color, a white waistcoat, over whichwas displayed a massive gold chain, brown trousers, and aquantity of black hair descending so low over his eyebrowsas to leave it doubtful whether it were not artificial solittle did its jetty glossiness assimilate with the deepwrinkles stamped on his features -- a person, in a word,who, although evidently past fifty, desired to be taken fornot more than forty, bent forwards from the carriage door,on the panels of which were emblazoned the armorial bearingsof a baron, and directed his groom to inquire at theporter's lodge whether the Count of Monte Cristo residedthere, and if he were within. While waiting, the occupant ofthe carriage surveyed the house, the garden as far as hecould distinguish it, and the livery of servants who passedto and fro, with an attention so close as to be somewhatimpertinent. His glance was keen but showed cunning ratherthan intelligence; his lips were straight, and so thin that,as they closed, they were drawn in over the teeth; hischeek-bones were broad and projecting, a never-failing proofof audacity and craftiness; while the flatness of hisforehead, and the enlargement of the back of his skull,which rose much higher than his large and coarsely shapedears, combined to form a physiognomy anything butprepossessing, save in the eyes of such as considered thatthe owner of so splendid an equipage must needs be all thatwas admirable and enviable, more especially when they gazedon the enormous diamond that glittered in his shirt, and thered ribbon that depended from his button-hole.
6.  "Count, may I suggest one idea to you?"


1.  "While you assert that she is a queen, or at least aprincess. No; I hope that when he sees me leave you, he willcome out."
2.  As the religious ceremonies had all been performed at thedoor, and there was no address given, the party allseparated; Chateau-Renaud, Albert, and Morrel, went one way,and Debray and Beauchamp the other. Franz remained with M.de Villefort; at the gate of the cemetery Morrel made anexcuse to wait; he saw Franz and M. de Villefort get intothe same mourning coach, and thought this meeting forbodedevil. He then returned to Paris, and although in the samecarriage with Chateau-Renaud and Albert, he did not hear oneword of their conversation. As Franz was about to take leaveof M. de Villefort, "When shall I see you again?" said thelatter.
3.  "`A note was in consequence addressed to General de Quesnel,begging him to be present at the meeting next day, the 5th.The note indicated neither the street nor the number of thehouse where the meeting was to be held; it bore nosignature, but it announced to the general that some onewould call for him if he would be ready at nine o'clock. Themeetings were always held from that time till midnight. Atnine o'clock the president of the club presented himself;the general was ready, the president informed him that oneof the conditions of his introduction was that he should beeternally ignorant of the place of meeting, and that hewould allow his eyes to be bandaged, swearing that he wouldnot endeavor to take off the bandage. General de Quesnelaccepted the condition, and promised on his honor not toseek to discover the road they took. The general's carriagewas ready, but the president told him it was impossible forhim to use it, since it was useless to blindfold the masterif the coachman knew through what streets he went. "Whatmust be done then?" asked the general. -- "I have mycarriage here," said the president.
4、  "Look at it," said the abbe with a smile.
5、  "But some official document was drawn up as to this affair,I suppose?" inquired the Englishman.




  • 乔迪 08-05

      "Have you any objection to meet any persons who may be withmadame, or do you desire to preserve a strict incognito?"

  • 艾辛 08-05

      The patron of The Young Amelia proposed as a place oflanding the Island of Monte Cristo, which being completelydeserted, and having neither soldiers nor revenue officers,seemed to have been placed in the midst of the ocean sincethe time of the heathen Olympus by Mercury, the god ofmerchants and robbers, classes of mankind which we in moderntimes have separated if not made distinct, but whichantiquity appears to have included in the same category. Atthe mention of Monte Cristo Dantes started with joy; he roseto conceal his emotion, and took a turn around the smokytavern, where all the languages of the known world werejumbled in a lingua franca. When he again joined the twopersons who had been discussing the matter, it had beendecided that they should touch at Monte Cristo and set outon the following night. Edmond, being consulted, was ofopinion that the island afforded every possible security,and that great enterprises to be well done should be donequickly. Nothing then was altered in the plan, and orderswere given to get under weigh next night, and, wind andweather permitting, to make the neutral island by thefollowing day.

  • 吕贵民 08-05

       "No," replied Villefort; "a faithful servant of the kingdoes not know conspirators."

  • 彭保红 08-05

      "`Another of the number,'" continued the abbe, withoutseeming to notice the emotion of Caderousse, "`is calledDanglars; and the third, in spite of being my rival,entertained a very sincere affection for me.'" A fiendishsmile played over the features of Caderousse, who was aboutto break in upon the abbe's speech, when the latter, wavinghis hand, said, "Allow me to finish first, and then if youhave any observations to make, you can do so afterwards.`The third of my friends, although my rival, was muchattached to me, -- his name was Fernand; that of mybetrothed was' -- Stay, stay," continued the abbe, "I haveforgotten what he called her."

  • 蒋干帅 08-04

    {  "Possibly nothing at all; the overflow of my brain wouldprobably, in a state of freedom, have evaporated in athousand follies; misfortune is needed to bring to light thetreasures of the human intellect. Compression is needed toexplode gunpowder. Captivity has brought my mental facultiesto a focus; and you are well aware that from the collisionof clouds electricity is produced -- from electricity,lightning, from lightning, illumination."

  • 陆涛 08-03


  • 吴杰 08-03

      The word reached his ear as a wave which he no longer hadthe strength to surmount passed over his head. He rose againto the surface, struggled with the last desperate effort ofa drowning man, uttered a third cry, and felt himselfsinking, as if the fatal cannon shot were again tied to hisfeet. The water passed over his head, and the sky turnedgray. A convulsive movement again brought him to thesurface. He felt himself seized by the hair, then he saw andheard nothing. He had fainted.

  • 张韶春 08-03

      "You thought it a mercy then, miserable wretch! The cowardwho feared death rejoiced at perpetual disgrace; for likeall galley-slaves, you said, `I may escape from prison, Icannot from the grave.' And you said truly; the way wasopened for you unexpectedly. An Englishman visited Toulon,who had vowed to rescue two men from infamy, and his choicefell on you and your companion. You received a secondfortune, money and tranquillity were restored to you, andyou, who had been condemned to a felon's life, might live asother men. Then, wretched creature, then you tempted God athird time. `I have not enough,' you said, when you had morethan you before possessed, and you committed a third crime,without reason, without excuse. God is wearied; he haspunished you." Caderousse was fast sinking. "Give me drink,"said he: "I thirst -- I burn!" Monte Cristo gave him a glassof water. "And yet that villain, Benedetto, will escape!"

  • 邢某 08-02

       "And old age?"

  • 赫维留斯 07-31

    {  "How are you, sir?" asked Morrel, with a sickness of heart.

  • 蔡福浩 07-31

      "I am Edmond Dantes!"