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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Was it you who asked him to drink some of it?"
2.  "Is there a window in the dressing-room?"
3.  "Well, we will wait, -- a week, a month, two months, if needbe, -- and meanwhile your strength will return. Everythingis in readiness for our flight, and we can select any timewe choose. As soon as you feel able to swim we will go."
4.  "And so, in fact, he is," said the owner.
5.  "`I will do it, captain; but perhaps I shall not be admittedto the grand marshal's presence as easily as you expect?'
6.  "No," said Maximilian, "you shall not leave him. M. Noirtierhas evinced, you say, a kind feeling towards me. Well,before you leave, tell him all; his consent would be yourjustification in God's sight. As soon as we are married, heshall come and live with us, instead of one child, he shallhave two. You have told me how you talk to him and how heanswers you; I shall very soon learn that language by signs,Valentine, and I promise you solemnly, that instead ofdespair, it is happiness that awaits us."


1.  "Never mind; accept my thanks for the client you have sentme. It is a fine name to inscribe on my ledgers, and mycashier was quite proud of it when I explained to him whothe Cavalcanti were. By the way, this is merely a simplequestion, when this sort of people marry their sons, do theygive them any fortune?"
2.  "No; by you."
3.  "Because, after nightfall, you are not safe fifty yards fromthe gates."
4.  "You say, sir" -- said the king.
5.  "Everything is possible," said Monte Cristo, rising from thebench on which he had been sitting; "even," he added in aninaudible voice, "even that the procureur be not dead. TheAbbe Busoni did right to send you to me," he went on in hisordinary tone, "and you have done well in relating to me thewhole of your history, as it will prevent my forming anyerroneous opinions concerning you in future. As for thatBenedetto, who so grossly belied his name, have you nevermade any effort to trace out whither he has gone, or whathas become of him?"
6.  "Any noise in the ears?"


1.  "Easily," said Monte Cristo.
2.  "Your father was fortunate, then?" said he.
3.  "Ecco!" said the guide, and pushing Danglars into the cell,he closed the door upon him. A bolt grated and Danglars wasa prisoner. If there had been no bolt, it would have beenimpossible for him to pass through the midst of the garrisonwho held the catacombs of St. Sebastian, encamped round amaster whom our readers must have recognized as the famousLuigi Vampa. Danglars, too, had recognized the bandit, whoseexistence he would not believe when Albert de Morcerfmentioned him in Paris; and not only did he recognize him,but the cell in which Albert had been confined, and whichwas probably kept for the accommodation of strangers. Theserecollections were dwelt upon with some pleasure byDanglars, and restored him to some degree of tranquillity.Since the bandits had not despatched him at once, he feltthat they would not kill him at all. They had arrested himfor the purpose of robbery, and as he had only a few louisabout him, he doubted not he would be ransomed. Heremembered that Morcerf had been taxed at 4,000 crowns, andas he considered himself of much greater importance thanMorcerf he fixed his own price at 8,000 crowns. Eightthousand crowns amounted to 48,000 livres; he would thenhave about 5,050,000 francs left. With this sum he couldmanage to keep out of difficulties. Therefore, tolerablysecure in being able to extricate himself from his position,provided he were not rated at the unreasonable sum of5,050,000 francs, he stretched himself on his bed, and afterturning over two or three times, fell asleep with thetranquillity of the hero whose life Luigi Vampa wasstudying.
4.  "Who are those gentlemen?" asked Danglars of Monte Cristo.
5.   "Certainly."
6.  "But meanwhile," continued M. Morrel, "here is the Pharaonwithout a captain."


1.  "Sometimes."
2.  Then gloom settled heavily upon him. Dantes was a man ofgreat simplicity of thought, and without education; he couldnot, therefore, in the solitude of his dungeon, traverse inmental vision the history of the ages, bring to life thenations that had perished, and rebuild the ancient cities sovast and stupendous in the light of the imagination, andthat pass before the eye glowing with celestial colors inMartin's Babylonian pictures. He could not do this, he whosepast life was so short, whose present so melancholy, and hisfuture so doubtful. Nineteen years of light to reflect uponin eternal darkness! No distraction could come to his aid;his energetic spirit, that would have exalted in thusrevisiting the past, was imprisoned like an eagle in a cage.He clung to one idea -- that of his happiness, destroyed,without apparent cause, by an unheard-of fatality; heconsidered and reconsidered this idea, devoured it (so tospeak), as the implacable Ugolino devours the skull ofArchbishop Roger in the Inferno of Dante.
3.  "Most assuredly," replied he. "The Count of Monte Cristo isalways an early riser; and I can answer for his having beenup these two hours."
4、  "But why, mother?"
5、  "With one of the clamps of my bedstead; and this very toolhas sufficed me to hollow out the road by which I camehither, a distance of about fifty feet."




  • 尹某 08-06

      Edmond did not lose a word, but comprehended very little ofwhat was said. The voices soon ceased, and it seemed to himas if every one had left the cell. Still he dared not toenter, as they might have left some turnkey to watch thedead. He remained, therefore, mute and motionless, hardlyventuring to breathe. At the end of an hour, he heard afaint noise, which increased. It was the governor whoreturned, followed by the doctor and other attendants. Therewas a moment's silence, -- it was evident that the doctorwas examining the dead body. The inquiries soon commenced.

  • 管彤 08-06

      Caderousse signed it. "The address, `To monsieur the BaronDanglars, banker, Rue de la Chaussee d'Antin.'" Caderoussewrote the address. The abbe took the note. "Now," said he,"that suffices -- begone!"

  • 沙特阿尔沙巴布 08-06

       "His coat looks almost new, and his boots shine like anigger's face. It's pleasant to have such well-dressedcomrades; but didn't those gendarmes behave shameful? --must 'a been jealous, to tear such clothes!"

  • 龚政文 08-06

      "The house of Thomson & French is the only one who, fromhumanity, or, it may be, selfishness -- it is not for me toread men's hearts -- has had any pity for me. Its agent, whowill in ten minutes present himself to receive the amount ofa bill of 287,500 francs, I will not say granted, butoffered me three months. Let this house be the first repaid,my son, and respect this man."

  • 吴劭杰 08-05

    {  "Oh, you are good, you are great, my lord!" said Haidee,kissing the count's hand, "and I am very fortunate inbelonging to such a master!" Albert remained quitebewildered with all that he had seen and heard. "Come,finish your cup of coffee," said Monte Cristo; "the historyis ended."

  • 李秋喜 08-04

      "Well, monsieur," said Bertuccio, "this man with thisspotless reputation" --}

  • 邓常思 08-04

      "It is, indeed, said Danglars.

  • 曹宁 08-04

      The count stopped. "Well?" asked the young girl, with anauthoritative tone the count had never observed before, andwhich startled him. "Well, if any misfortune happen to me,"replied Monte Cristo, "I wish my daughter to be happy."Haidee smiled sorrowfully, and shook her head. "Do you thinkof dying, my lord?" said she.

  • 伍公宣 08-03


  • 祝桥 08-01

    {  "At Auteuil, near Paris." M. de Villefort a second timeraised his head, looked at Benedetto as if he had beengazing at the head of Medusa, and became livid. As forBenedetto, he gracefully wiped his lips with a fine cambricpocket-handkerchief. "Your profession?"

  • 彭晓辉 08-01

      "What? Are you going?"