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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Valentine," said Morrel pushing aside a loose plank, "giveme your hand in token of forgiveness of my anger; my sensesare confused, and during the last hour the most extravagantthoughts have passed through my brain. Oh, if you refuse myadvice" --
2.  "What?" said Villefort, "do you mean to say that Valentineis not interested in your will?"
3.  "He did not credit it at the period which I knew him," saidMonte Cristo, touched to the heart by the accents of Julie'svoice; "but, perhaps, since then he has had proofs thatgratitude does exist."
4.  "No."
5.  M. and Madame de Villefort found on their return that theCount of Monte Cristo, who had come to visit them in theirabsence, had been ushered into the drawing-room, and wasstill awaiting them there. Madame de Villefort, who had notyet sufficiently recovered from her late emotion to allow ofher entertaining visitors so immediately, retired to herbedroom, while the procureur, who could better depend uponhimself, proceeded at once to the salon. Although M. deVillefort flattered himself that, to all outward view, hehad completely masked the feelings which were passing in hismind, he did not know that the cloud was still lowering onhis brow, so much so that the count, whose smile wasradiant, immediately noticed his sombre and thoughtful air."Ma foi," said Monte Cristo, after the first complimentswere over, "what is the matter with you, M. de Villefort?Have I arrived at the moment when you were drawing up anindictment for a capital crime?" Villefort tried to smile."No, count," he replied, "I am the only victim in this case.It is I who lose my cause, and it is ill-luck, obstinacy,and folly which have caused it to be decided against me."
6.  "Then, in these trunks" --


1.  "A serious matter," said the count, looking at Franz withthe earnestness usual to him; "and what may it be?"
2.  "What you tell me is horrible, sir. You wish to make mebelieve something too dreadful. What? -- attempt to murderme in my father's house, in my room, on my bed of sickness?Oh, leave me, sir; you are tempting me -- you make me doubtthe goodness of providence -- it is impossible, it cannotbe!"
3.  "And has he found consolation?"
4.  "Why, yes, he is actually insolent over the matter -- hasalready offered me his patronage, as if he were a grandpersonage, and proffered me a loan of money, as though hewere a banker."
5.  "What?" said Monte Cristo.
6.  "Which?"


1.  "Oh, it amuses me."
2.  "Oh, count." said Julie, "will you restore him to us curedof his melancholy?" -- Morrel turned away to conceal theconfusion of his countenance.
3.  "I will answer for him, count."
4.  "When you pay me a visit in my cell, my young friend," saidhe, "I will show you an entire work, the fruits of thethoughts and reflections of my whole life; many of themmeditated over in the shades of the Coloseum at Rome, at thefoot of St. Mark's column at Venice, and on the borders ofthe Arno at Florence, little imagining at the time that theywould be arranged in order within the walls of the Chateaud'If. The work I speak of is called `A Treatise on thePossibility of a General Monarchy in Italy,' and will makeone large quarto volume."
5.   "Why, it is not altogether impossible he might have had, forhe made me promise several times never to speak of thatletter to any one, assuring me he so advised me for my owninterest; and, more than this, he insisted on my taking asolemn oath never to utter the name mentioned in theaddress."
6.  "It is for you," replied a gendarme.


1.  "No, the son's."
2.  Danglars shuddered. The bandage fell from his eyes, and heunderstood the joke, which he did not think quite so stupidas he had done just before. "Come," he said, "if I pay youthe 100,000 francs, will you be satisfied, and allow me toeat at my ease?"
3.  "Which makes him your accomplice to all intents andpurposes. But mark the distinction with which he is treated;instead of being knocked on the head as you would be if oncethey caught hold of you, he is simply sentenced to beguillotined, by which means, too, the amusements of the dayare diversified, and there is a spectacle to please everyspectator."
4、  "That is perfectly admirable; but what do you do, count,with all these horses?"
5、  "You will oblige me." Danglars rushed out of the room, andmade but one leap into his coupe.




  • 石库门 08-05

      "Why, of downright starvation."

  • 唐王 08-05

      "Truly, madame, I recollect M. Debray told me -- apropos,what is become of him? I have seen nothing of him the lastthree or four days."

  • 张腊宝 08-05

       "Your highness had already expressed that wish," saidBertuccio, "and the horses are ready. I have bought them,and stationed them myself at the most desirable posts, thatis, in villages, where no one generally stops."

  • 顾帆 08-05

      "Still? -- Always! I tell you I am going to die -- do youunderstand? Well, before dying, I wish to see my son-in-law.I wish to tell him to make my child happy; I wish to read inhis eyes whether he intends to obey me; -- in fact, I willknow him -- I will!" continued the old lady, with a fearfulexpression, "that I may rise from the depths of my grave tofind him, if he should not fulfil his duty!"

  • 罗毅 08-04

    {  "Ha, ha," said Chateau-Renaud, "here comes some friends ofyours, viscount! What are you looking at there? don't yousee they are trying to catch your eye?" Albert turned round,just in time to receive a gracious wave of the fan from thebaroness; as for Mademoiselle Eugenie, she scarcelyvouchsafed to waste the glances of her large black eyes evenupon the business of the stage. "I tell you what, my dearfellow," said Chateau-Renaud, "I cannot imagine whatobjection you can possibly have to Mademoiselle Danglars --that is, setting aside her want of ancestry and somewhatinferior rank, which by the way I don't think you care verymuch about. Now, barring all that, I mean to say she is adeuced fine girl!"

  • 尤尼恩 08-03

      "I do not think so," added Chateau-Renaud, with the air of aman who knows the whole of the European nobility perfectly.}

  • 杨希文 08-03

      Monte Cristo shuddered; Antoine had been his jailer. He hadalmost forgotten his name and face, but at the mention ofthe name he recalled his person as he used to see it, theface encircled by a beard, wearing the brown jacket, thebunch of keys, the jingling of which he still seemed tohear. The count turned around, and fancied he saw him in thecorridor, rendered still darker by the torch carried by theconcierge. "Would you like to hear the story, sir?"

  • 帕金森 08-03

      "Alas, my friends," replied M. Morrel, with a mournful shakeof his head, "the thing has assumed a more serious aspectthan I expected."

  • 王成文 08-02

       "`Quick!' said a voice at the end of the gallery. This voicemade every one bow before it, resembling in its effect thewind passing over a field of wheat, by its superior strengthforcing every ear to yield obeisance. As for me, it made metremble. This voice was that of my father. He came last,clothed in his splendid robes and holding in his hand thecarbine which your emperor presented him. He was leaning onthe shoulder of his favorite Selim, and he drove us allbefore him, as a shepherd would his straggling flock. Myfather," said Haidee, raising her head, "was thatillustrious man known in Europe under the name of AliTepelini, pasha of Yanina, and before whom Turkey trembled."

  • 夏官营 07-31

    {  "And Fernand," said Caderousse with a chuckle; "Fernand,too, is invited!"

  • 贡·席勒 07-31

      "Listen, my friends," said the count -- "I may call you sosince we have really been friends for the last eleven years-- the discovery of this secret has been occasioned by agreat event which you must never know. I wish to bury itduring my whole life in my own bosom, but your brotherMaximilian wrested it from me by a violence he repents ofnow, I am sure." Then turning around, and seeing thatMorrel, still on his knees, had thrown himself into anarm-chair, be added in a low voice, pressing Emmanuel's handsignificantly, "Watch over him."