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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Certainly I do."
2.  "What, you do not know! Have you neglected to obtaininformation on that point? Of course it is of noconsequence," he added, with a withering smile.
3.  Albert turned frightfully pale; he endeavored to speak, butthe words died on his lips. "My friend," said Beauchamp, inthe most affectionate tone, "I should gladly make anapology; but, alas," --
4.  "Well, what is it?" asked Louis XVIII. The minister ofpolice, giving way to an impulse of despair, was about tothrow himself at the feet of Louis XVIII., who retreated astep and frowned.
5.  "Unfortunately," said Villefort, "there are the treaties of1814, and we cannot molest Napoleon without breaking thosecompacts."
6.  "Impossible!"


1.  "Well, well, said the count, "who told you that?"
2.  "And you have discovered a means of regaining our freedom,have you not?" asked Dantes eagerly.
3.  "At any rate," said she, "since I am to be married whether Iwill or not, I ought to be thankful to providence for havingreleased me from my engagement with M. Albert de Morcerf, orI should this day have been the wife of a dishonored man."
4.  The procureur entered with the same grave and measured stephe would have employed in entering a court of justice. Hewas the same man, or rather the development of the same man,whom we have heretofore seen as assistant attorney atMarseilles. Nature, according to her way, had made nodeviation in the path he had marked out for himself. Frombeing slender he had now become meagre; once pale, he wasnow yellow; his deep-set eyes were hollow, and the goldspectacles shielding his eyes seemed to be an integralportion of his face. He dressed entirely in black, with theexception of his white tie, and his funeral appearance wasonly mitigated by the slight line of red ribbon which passedalmost imperceptibly through his button-hole, and appearedlike a streak of blood traced with a delicate brush.Although master of himself, Monte Cristo, scrutinized withirrepressible curiosity the magistrate whose salute hereturned, and who, distrustful by habit, and especiallyincredulous as to social prodigies, was much more dispisedto look upon "the noble stranger," as Monte Cristo wasalready called, as an adventurer in search of new fields, oran escaped criminal, rather than as a prince of the HolySee, or a sultan of the Thousand and One Nights.
5.  "Ah, then, indeed, sir," said the sweet girl, bathed intears, "I see that I am condemned to die!"
6.  "I called you because you were running like a madman, and Iwas afraid you would throw yourself into the sea," saidCaderousse, laughing. "Why, when a man has friends, they arenot only to offer him a glass of wine, but, moreover, toprevent his swallowing three or four pints of waterunnecessarily!"


1.  "What have you seen? -- come, tell me!"
2.  "You thoroughly understand me, sir? Pardon my eagerness, formy life depends on your answer. Will our help come fromyou?"
3.  "Before Mercedes should die," replied Fernand, with theaccents of unshaken resolution, "I would die myself!"
4.  "`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."
5.   "And what do you suppose is the count's age?" inquiredMercedes, evidently attaching great importance to thisquestion.
6.  "Come, if you will only put this scheme into execution, andbe steady, nothing could be better."


1.  "Then why did you smile?"
2.  "Yes, but listen: this was not all. The war with Spain beingended, Fernand's career was checked by the long peace whichseemed likely to endure throughout Europe. Greece only hadrisen against Turkey, and had begun her war of independence;all eyes were turned towards Athens -- it was the fashion topity and support the Greeks. The French government, withoutprotecting them openly, as you know, gave countenance tovolunteer assistance. Fernand sought and obtained leave togo and serve in Greece, still having his name kept on thearmy roll. Some time after, it was stated that the Comte deMorcerf (this was the name he bore) had entered the serviceof Ali Pasha with the rank of instructor-general. Ali Pashawas killed, as you know, but before he died he recompensedthe services of Fernand by leaving him a considerable sum,with which he returned to France, when he was gazettedlieutenant-general."
3.  "It is extraordinary," he said, when the door was closedbehind him, "how easily these husbands, whom we ridicule,gain an advantage over us."
4、  "But who said it was buried alive?"
5、  "Are you going to marry Mademoiselle Danglars?"




  • 吉尔迪 08-03

      "Yes, once."

  • 瓦林卡 08-03

      "Do you think you can help me, dear grandpapa?" saidValentine.

  • 刘建 08-03

       M. Noirtier was sitting in an arm-chair, which moved uponcasters, in which he was wheeled into the room in themorning, and in the same way drawn out again at night. Hewas placed before a large glass, which reflected the wholeapartment, and so, without any attempt to move, which wouldhave been impossible, he could see all who entered the roomand everything which was going on around him. M. Noirtier,although almost as immovable as a corpse, looked at thenewcomers with a quick and intelligent expression,perceiving at once, by their ceremonious courtesy, that theywere come on business of an unexpected and officialcharacter. Sight and hearing were the only senses remaining,and they, like two solitary sparks, remained to animate themiserable body which seemed fit for nothing but the grave;it was only, however, by means of one of these senses thathe could reveal the thoughts and feelings that stilloccupied his mind, and the look by which he gave expressionto his inner life was like the distant gleam of a candlewhich a traveller sees by night across some desert place,and knows that a living being dwells beyond the silence andobscurity. Noirtier's hair was long and white, and flowedover his shoulders; while in his eyes, shaded by thick blacklashes, was concentrated, as it often happens with an organwhich is used to the exclusion of the others, all theactivity, address, force, and intelligence which wereformerly diffused over his whole body; and so although themovement of the arm, the sound of the voice, and the agilityof the body, were wanting, the speaking eye sufficed forall. He commanded with it; it was the medium through whichhis thanks were conveyed. In short, his whole appearanceproduced on the mind the impression of a corpse with livingeyes, and nothing could be more startling than to observethe expression of anger or joy suddenly lighting up theseorgans, while the rest of the rigid and marble-like featureswere utterly deprived of the power of participation. Threepersons only could understand this language of the poorparalytic; these were Villefort, Valentine, and the oldservant of whom we have already spoken. But as Villefort sawhis father but seldom, and then only when absolutelyobliged, and as he never took any pains to please or gratifyhim when he was there, all the old man's happiness wascentred in his granddaughter. Valentine, by means of herlove, her patience, and her devotion, had learned to read inNoirtier's look all the varied feelings which were passingin his mind. To this dumb language, which was sounintelligible to others, she answered by throwing her wholesoul into the expression of her countenance, and in thismanner were the conversations sustained between the bloominggirl and the helpless invalid, whose body could scarcely becalled a living one, but who, nevertheless, possessed a fundof knowledge and penetration, united with a will as powerfulas ever although clogged by a body rendered utterlyincapable of obeying its impulses. Valentine had solved theproblem, and was able easily to understand his thoughts, andto convey her own in return, and, through her untiring anddevoted assiduity, it was seldom that, in the ordinarytransactions of every-day life, she failed to anticipate thewishes of the living, thinking mind, or the wants of thealmost inanimate body. As to the servant, he had, as we havesaid, been with his master for five and twenty years,therefore he knew all his habits, and it was seldom thatNoirtier found it necessary to ask for anything, so promptwas he in administering to all the necessities of theinvalid. Villefort did not need the help of either Valentineor the domestic in order to carry on with his father thestrange conversation which he was about to begin. As we havesaid, he perfectly understood the old man's vocabulary, andif he did not use it more often, it was only indifferenceand ennui which prevented him from so doing. He thereforeallowed Valentine to go into the garden, sent away Barrois,and after having seated himself at his father's right hand,while Madame de Villefort placed herself on the left, headdressed him thus: --

  • 王思然 08-03

      "No, the son's."

  • 格雷格·门罗 08-02

    {  "Good-by, Albert," said Beauchamp suddenly, carelesslyextending his hand to the young man. The latter did notappear to arouse from his lethargy; in fact, he did notnotice the offered hand. "Good-by," said Chateau-Renaud inhis turn, keeping his little cane in his left hand, andsaluting with his right. Albert's lips scarcely whispered"Good-by," but his look was more explicit; it expressed awhole poem of restrained anger, proud disdain, and generousindignation. He preserved his melancholy and motionlessposition for some time after his two friends had regainedtheir carriage; then suddenly unfastening his horse from thelittle tree to which his servant had tied it, he mounted andgalloped off in the direction of Paris.

  • 樊家井 08-01

      "All you were showing me. And you really understand none ofthese signals?"}

  • 高帝 08-01

      "What, what!" cried Monte Cristo, stopping suddenly, "whatwords do you utter? Devil of a man, Corsican that you are --always mysteries or superstitions. Come, take the lantern,and let us visit the garden; you are not afraid of ghostswith me, I hope?" Bertuccio raised the lantern, and obeyed.The door, as it opened, disclosed a gloomy sky, in which themoon strove vainly to struggle through a sea of clouds thatcovered her with billows of vapor which she illumined for aninstant, only to sink into obscurity. The steward wished toturn to the left. "No, no, monsieur," said Monte Cristo."What is the use of following the alleys? Here is abeautiful lawn; let us go on straight forwards."

  • 酒井法子 08-01

      Chapter 46Unlimited Credit.

  • 朱广沪 07-31

       "Why do you doubt?"

  • 赵海娟 07-29

    {  "Possibly my father-in-law trusted to its generalnotoriety."

  • 李光新 07-29

      "An affair of the greatest importance, that demands myimmediate presence in Paris. Now, excuse the indiscretion,marquis, but have you any landed property?"