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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Immediately; the steamer waits, and in an hour I shall befar from you. Will you accompany me to the harbor,Maximilian?"
2.  "Yesterday afternoon I received a letter from M. de Morcerf,begging me to attend the opera."
3.  "To-morrow!" replied the steward.
4.  "Immediately?" said Albert.
5.  "Not at all. I yesterday engaged a servant, who had justleft M. de Villefort -- I intend sending him away to-morrow,for he eats so enormously, to make up for the fast imposedupon him by his terror in that house. Well, now listen."
6.  "As I entered Nimes, I literally waded in blood; at everystep you encountered dead bodies and bands of murderers, whokilled, plundered, and burned. At the sight of thisslaughter and devastation I became terrified, not for myself-- for I, a simple Corsican fisherman, had nothing to fear;on the contrary, that time was most favorable for ussmugglers -- but for my brother, a soldier of the empire,returning from the army of the Loire, with his uniform andhis epaulets, there was everything to apprehend. I hastenedto the inn-keeper. My misgivings had been but too true. Mybrother had arrived the previous evening at Nimes, and, atthe very door of the house where he was about to demandhospitality, he had been assassinated. I did all in my powerto discover the murderers, but no one durst tell me theirnames, so much were they dreaded. I then thought of thatFrench justice of which I had heard so much, and whichfeared nothing, and I went to the king's attorney."


1.  Edmond preserved the most admirable self-command, notsuffering the faintest indication of a smile to escape himat the enumeration of all the benefits he would have reapedhad he been able to quit the island; but as The Young Ameliahad merely come to Monte Cristo to fetch him away, heembarked that same evening, and proceeded with the captainto Leghorn. Arrived at Leghorn, he repaired to the house ofa Jew, a dealer in precious stones, to whom he disposed offour of his smallest diamonds for five thousand francs each.Dantes half feared that such valuable jewels in the hands ofa poor sailor like himself might excite suspicion; but thecunning purchaser asked no troublesome questions concerninga bargain by which he gained a round profit of at leasteighty per cent.
2.  "Oh, yes; and they may have the fact attested whenever theyplease."
3.  "You expected my son would be a coward?" cried the count.
4.  Due information was given to the authorities, and permissionobtained that the two funerals should take place at the sametime. A second hearse, decked with the same funereal pomp,was brought to M. de Villefort's door, and the coffinremoved into it from the post-wagon. The two bodies were tobe interred in the cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise, where M. deVillefort had long since had a tomb prepared for thereception of his family. The remains of poor Renee werealready deposited there, and now, after ten years ofseparation, her father and mother were to be reunited withher. The Parisians, always curious, always affected byfunereal display, looked on with religious silence while thesplendid procession accompanied to their last abode two ofthe number of the old aristocracy -- the greatest protectorsof commerce and sincere devotees to their principles. In oneof the mourning-coaches Beauchamp, Debray, andChateau-Renaud were talking of the very sudden death of themarchioness. "I saw Madame de Saint-Meran only last year atMarseilles, when I was coming back from Algiers," saidChateau-Renaud; "she looked like a woman destined to live tobe a hundred years old, from her apparent sound health andgreat activity of mind and body. How old was she?"
5.  "And was the sum a large one?"
6.  "That's no affair of mine," replied the Englishman, "that isthe affair of the house of Thomson & French, in whose name Iact. They have, perhaps, some motive to serve in hasteningthe ruin of a rival firm. But all I know, sir, is, that I amready to hand you over this sum in exchange for yourassignment of the debt. I only ask a brokerage."


1.  "His servant."
2.  "I think, on the contrary, that it is a charming night,"replied the countess, "and those who are here will complainof but one thing -- its too rapid flight."
3.  "Immediately; the steamer waits, and in an hour I shall befar from you. Will you accompany me to the harbor,Maximilian?"
4.  "Sir," said Albert, at first with a tremulous voice, butwhich gradually because firmer, "I reproached you withexposing the conduct of M. de Morcerf in Epirus, for guiltyas I knew he was, I thought you had no right to punish him;but I have since learned that you had that right. It is notFernand Mondego's treachery towards Ali Pasha which inducesme so readily to excuse you, but the treachery of thefisherman Fernand towards you, and the almost unheard-ofmiseries which were its consequences; and I say, andproclaim it publicly, that you were justified in revengingyourself on my father, and I, his son, thank you for notusing greater severity."
5.   "But," cried Morrel, "this purse is not yours!" Julie handedto her father the letter she had received in the morning.
6.  "Should we not do better in the grottos?"


1.  "What, with the baroness?"
2.  He kept his word; twice a day he cast out, through thebarred aperture, the provisions his jailer brought him -- atfirst gayly, then with deliberation, and at last withregret. Nothing but the recollection of his oath gave himstrength to proceed. Hunger made viands once repugnant, nowacceptable; he held the plate in his hand for an hour at atime, and gazed thoughtfully at the morsel of bad meat, oftainted fish, of black and mouldy bread. It was the lastyearning for life contending with the resolution of despair;then his dungeon seemed less sombre, his prospects lessdesperate. He was still young -- he was only four or fiveand twenty -- he had nearly fifty years to live. Whatunforseen events might not open his prison door, and restorehim to liberty? Then he raised to his lips the repast that,like a voluntary Tantalus, he refused himself; but hethought of his oath, and he would not break it. He persisteduntil, at last, he had not sufficient strength to rise andcast his supper out of the loophole. The next morning hecould not see or hear; the jailer feared he was dangerouslyill. Edmond hoped he was dying.
3.  "Ah, but the friends of to-day are the enemies of to-morrow;Beauchamp, for instance."
4、  "Are you very anxious to know, countess?" asked Albert.
5、  ...I declare to my nephew, Guido Spada




  • 王超帅 08-08

      "Well," replied Monte Cristo "suppose, then, that thispoison was brucine, and you were to take a milligramme thefirst day, two milligrammes the second day, and so on. Well,at the end of ten days you would have taken a centigramme,at the end of twenty days, increasing another milligramme,you would have taken three hundred centigrammes; that is tosay, a dose which you would support without inconvenience,and which would be very dangerous for any other person whohad not taken the same precautions as yourself. Well, then,at the end of a month, when drinking water from the samecarafe, you would kill the person who drank with you,without your perceiving, otherwise than from slightinconvenience, that there was any poisonous substancemingled with this water."

  • 周伟艺 08-08

      "Ah," said Caderousse, "I had promised" --

  • 理查德·库托 08-08

       "Yes, but your excellency will permit us to take all dueprecautions."

  • 夏普顿 08-08

      "Do not fear, I have little to prepare." Monte Cristo smiledas he nodded to Albert, then remained a moment absorbed indeep meditation. But passing his hand across his forehead asif to dispel his revery, he rang the bell twice andBertuccio entered. "Bertuccio," said he, "I intend goingthis evening to Normandy, instead of to-morrow or the nextday. You will have sufficient time before five o'clock;despatch a messenger to apprise the grooms at the firststation. M. de Morcerf will accompany me." Bertuccio obeyedand despatched a courier to Pontoise to say thetravelling-carriage would arrive at six o'clock. FromPontoise another express was sent to the next stage, and insix hours all the horses stationed on the road were ready.Before his departure, the count went to Haidee's apartments,told her his intention, and resigned everything to her care.Albert was punctual. The journey soon became interestingfrom its rapidity, of which Morcerf had formed no previousidea. "Truly," said Monte Cristo, "with your posthorsesgoing at the rate of two leagues an hour, and that absurdlaw that one traveller shall not pass another withoutpermission, so that an invalid or ill-tempered traveller maydetain those who are well and active, it is impossible tomove; I escape this annoyance by travelling with my ownpostilion and horses; do I not, Ali?"

  • 奇士 08-07

    {  "Yes, sir, I was there, and very anxious to speak; butDanglars restrained me. `If he should really be guilty,'said he, `and did really put in to the Island of Elba; if heis really charged with a letter for the Bonapartistcommittee at Paris, and if they find this letter upon him,those who have supported him will pass for his accomplices.'I confess I had my fears, in the state in which politicsthen were, and I held my tongue. It was cowardly, I confess,but it was not criminal."

  • 周先旺 08-06

      "So much the better -- so much the better," said Caderousse."When one is going to be married, there is nothing likeimplicit confidence; but never mind that, my boy, -- go andannounce your arrival, and let her know all your hopes andprospects."}

  • 陈民平 08-06

      He would have been discovered by the beating of his heart,if by any mischance the jailers had entered at that moment.Dantes might have waited until the evening visit was over,but he was afraid that the governor would change his mind,and order the dead body to be removed earlier. In that casehis last hope would have been destroyed. Now his plans werefully made, and this is what he intended to do. If while hewas being carried out the grave-diggers should discover thatthey were bearing a live instead of a dead body, Dantes didnot intend to give them time to recognize him, but with asudden cut of the knife, he meant to open the sack from topto bottom, and, profiting by their alarm, escape; if theytried to catch him, he would use his knife to betterpurpose.

  • 刘以达 08-06

      "Do you know this Island of Monte Cristo?"

  • 舒西林 08-05

       "I forewarn you, Signor Pastrini, that I shall not believeone word of what you are going to tell us; having told youthis, begin."

  • 阿卡纳 08-03

    {  "Leave me -- go!" The young girl kissed her grandmother, andleft with her handkerchief to her eyes; at the door shefound the valet de chambre, who told her that the doctor waswaiting in the dining-room. Valentine instantly ran down.The doctor was a friend of the family, and at the same timeone of the cleverest men of the day, and very fond ofValentine, whose birth he had witnessed. He had himself adaughter about her age, but whose life was one continuedsource of anxiety and fear to him from her mother havingbeen consumptive.

  • 翟潞曼 08-03

      "Indeed," cried Eugenie, "you are very pale!"