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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I know what I am saying," continued the marchioness; "Imust hurry you, so that, as she has no mother, she may atleast have a grandmother to bless her marriage. I am allthat is left to her belonging to my poor Renee, whom youhave so soon forgotten, sir."
2.  "In the name of our child! Ah, for the sake of our child,let me live!"
3.  "Speak as fully as you please, sir," said the king, whobegan to give way to the emotion which had showed itself inBlacas's face and affected Villefort's voice. "Speak, sir,and pray begin at the beginning; I like order ineverything."
4.  "Yes, and for a considerable sum."
5.  "Your age?" continued Villefort.
6.  "You know I am waiting," said Monte Cristo, smiling.


1.  Some hours afterwards it began again, nearer and moredistinct. Edmond was intensely interested. Suddenly thejailer entered.
2.  Caderousse remained for a moment aghast under the weight ofsuch an idea. "Oh!" he said, taking up his hat, which heplaced on the red handkerchief tied round his head, "we willsoon find out."
3.  "You keep the registers of entries and departures?"
4.  At the precise time when Madame Danglars, dressed in blackand concealed in a long veil, was ascending the stairsleading to Debray's apartments, -- notwithstanding theassurances of the concierge that the young man was not athome, -- Debray was occupied in repelling the insinuationsof a friend, who tried to persuade him that after theterrible scene which had just taken place he ought, as afriend of the family, to marry Mademoiselle Danglars and hertwo millions. Debray did not defend himself very warmly, forthe idea had sometimes crossed his mind; still, when herecollected the independent, proud spirit of Eugenie, hepositively rejected it as utterly impossible, though thesame thought again continually recurred and found aresting-place in his heart. Tea, play, and the conversation,which had become interesting during the discussion of suchserious affairs, lasted till one o'clock in the morning.
5.  "Starlets," said Chateau-Renaud, "are only found in theVolga."
6.  "Where?"


1.  "Probably."
2.  "As I have already told you, sir, he was a very dangerousman; and, fortunately, by his own act disembarrassed thegovernment of the fears it had on his account."
3.  "Not in the least."
4.  "Reverend sir," said Caderousse, drawing still nearer.
5.   "You are a fool, M. Baptistin. Thieves might strip the house-- it would annoy me less than to be disobeyed." Baptistinbowed.
6.  "How strong and courageous you are!" said the fair, frailgirl to her brunette companion.


1.  "As usual. Like a philosopher." Danglars returned at thismoment alone. "Well," said the baroness, "do you leave M.Cavalcanti with your daughter?"
2.  "What fortune has she?"
3.  "Doubtless, and we are not now inquiring into his creed, buthis actions; in the name of the prefect of police, I ask youwhat you know of him.
4、  "Edmond Dantes," replied the magistrate, "I arrest you inthe name of the law!"
5、  Whoever had selected this retired portion of the grounds asthe boundary of a walk, or as a place for meditation, wasabundantly justified in the choice by the absence of allglare, the cool, refreshing shade, the screen it affordedfrom the scorching rays of the sun, that found no entrancethere even during the burning days of hottest summer, theincessant and melodious warbling of birds, and the entireremoval from either the noise of the street or the bustle ofthe mansion. On the evening of one of the warmest daysspring had yet bestowed on the inhabitants of Paris, mightbe seen negligently thrown upon the stone bench, a book, aparasol, and a work-basket, from which hung a partlyembroidered cambric handkerchief, while at a little distancefrom these articles was a young woman, standing close to theiron gate, endeavoring to discern something on the otherside by means of the openings in the planks, -- theearnestness of her attitude and the fixed gaze with whichshe seemed to seek the object of her wishes, proving howmuch her feelings were interested in the matter. At thatinstant the little side-gate leading from the waste groundto the street was noiselessly opened, and a tall, powerfulyoung man appeared. He was dressed in a common gray blouseand velvet cap, but his carefully arranged hair, beard andmustache, all of the richest and glossiest black, illaccorded with his plebeian attire. After casting a rapidglance around him, in order to assure himself that he wasunobserved, he entered by the small gate, and, carefullyclosing and securing it after him, proceeded with a hurriedstep towards the barrier.




  • 章立凡 08-04

      "He did; saying at the same time, `You see I thus destroythe only proof existing against you.'"

  • 方晖 08-04

      "What nonsense!" said Franz, reseating himself.

  • 李大妈 08-04

       "Yes; the grand marshal did."

  • 安当世 08-04

      "Of me?"

  • 王晓悦 08-03

    {  "Maximilian," said the count, "let us both lay aside themask we have assumed. You no more deceive me with that falsecalmness than I impose upon you with my frivoloussolicitude. You can understand, can you not, that to haveacted as I have done, to have broken that glass, to haveintruded on the solitude of a friend -- you can understandthat, to have done all this, I must have been actuated byreal uneasiness, or rather by a terrible conviction. Morrel,you are going to destroy yourself!"

  • 毛娟 08-02

      "What are you doing?"}

  • 令国泰 08-02

      The usual guide from the hotel having followed them, theyhad paid two conductors, nor is it possible, at Rome, toavoid this abundant supply of guides; besides the ordinarycicerone, who seizes upon you directly you set foot in yourhotel, and never quits you while you remain in the city,there is also a special cicerone belonging to each monument-- nay, almost to each part of a monument. It may,therefore, be easily imagined there is no scarcity of guidesat the Colosseum, that wonder of all ages, which Martialthus eulogizes: "Let Memphis cease to boast the barbarousmiracles of her pyramids, and the wonders of Babylon betalked of no more among us; all must bow to the superiorityof the gigantic labor of the Caesars, and the many voices ofFame spread far and wide the surpassing merits of thisincomparable monument."

  • 阿拉巴 08-02

      Villefort was no longer the civilized man; he was a tigerhurt unto death, gnashing his teeth in his wound. He nolonger feared realities, but phantoms. He leaped over thecorpse as if it had been a burning brazier. He took thechild in his arms, embraced him, shook him, called him, butthe child made no response. He pressed his burning lips tothe cheeks, but they were icy cold and pale; he felt thestiffened limbs; he pressed his hand upon the heart, but itno longer beat, -- the child was dead. A folded paper fellfrom Edward's breast. Villefort, thunderstruck, fell uponhis knees; the child dropped from his arms, and rolled onthe floor by the side of its mother. He picked up the paper,and, recognizing his wife's writing, ran his eyes rapidlyover its contents; it ran as follows: --

  • 王博文 08-01

       It may be supposed that Dantes did not now think of hisdinner, but he insisted that his comrades, who had not hisreasons for fasting, should have their meal. As for himself,he declared that he had only need of a little rest, and thatwhen they returned he should be easier. The sailors did notrequire much urging. They were hungry, and the smell of theroasted kid was very savory, and your tars are not veryceremonious. An hour afterwards they returned. All thatEdmond had been able to do was to drag himself about a dozenpaces forward to lean against a moss-grown rock.

  • 张书宝 07-30

    {  Villefort could not believe his eyes, -- he could notbelieve his reason; he dragged himself towards the child'sbody, and examined it as a lioness contemplates its deadcub. Then a piercing cry escaped from his breast, and hecried, "Still the hand of God." The presence of the twovictims alarmed him; he could not bear solitude shared onlyby two corpses. Until then he had been sustained by rage, byhis strength of mind, by despair, by the supreme agony whichled the Titans to scale the heavens, and Ajax to defy thegods. He now arose, his head bowed beneath the weight ofgrief, and, shaking his damp, dishevelled hair, he who hadnever felt compassion for any one determined to seek hisfather, that he might have some one to whom he could relatehis misfortunes, -- some one by whose side he might weep. Hedescended the little staircase with which we are acquainted,and entered Noirtier's room. The old man appeared to belistening attentively and as affectionately as hisinfirmities would allow to the Abbe Busoni, who looked coldand calm, as usual. Villefort, perceiving the abbe, passedhis hand across his brow. He recollected the call he hadmade upon him after the dinner at Auteuil, and then thevisit the abbe had himself paid to his house on the day ofValentine's death. "You here, sir!" he exclaimed; "do you,then, never appear but to act as an escort to death?"

  • 马丁·库珀 07-30

      On the sixth day, the smugglers returned. From a distanceDantes recognized the rig and handling of The Young Amelia,and dragging himself with affected difficulty towards thelanding-place, he met his companions with an assurance that,although considerably better than when they quitted him, hestill suffered acutely from his late accident. He theninquired how they had fared in their trip. To this questionthe smugglers replied that, although successful in landingtheir cargo in safety, they had scarcely done so when theyreceived intelligence that a guard-ship had just quitted theport of Toulon and was crowding all sail towards them. Thisobliged them to make all the speed they could to evade theenemy, when they could but lament the absence of Dantes,whose superior skill in the management of a vessel wouldhave availed them so materially. In fact, the pursuingvessel had almost overtaken them when, fortunately, nightcame on, and enabled them to double the Cape of Corsica, andso elude all further pursuit. Upon the whole, however, thetrip had been sufficiently successful to satisfy allconcerned; while the crew, and particularly Jacopo,expressed great regrets that Dantes had not been an equalsharer with themselves in the profits, which amounted to noless a sum than fifty piastres each.