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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes."
2.  "Madame, where do you keep the poison you generally use?"said the magistrate, without any introduction, placinghimself between his wife and the door.
3.  "Father, your coolness makes me shudder."
4.  "In the name of heaven," said Maximilian, "if you knowanything of him, tell us what it is."
5.  The count looked around him. "Your pistols are beside yourdesk," said Monte Cristo, pointing with his finger to thepistols on the table.
6.  Scarcely had he uttered those words than Madame Morrelentered weeping bitterly. Emmanuel followed her, and in theantechamber were visible the rough faces of seven or eighthalf-naked sailors. At the sight of these men the Englishmanstarted and advanced a step; then restrained himself, andretired into the farthest and most obscure corner of theapartment. Madame Morrel sat down by her husband and tookone of his hands in hers, Julie still lay with her head onhis shoulder, Emmanuel stood in the centre of the chamberand seemed to form the link between Morrel's family and thesailors at the door.


1.  "Well, never mind that, neighbor Caderousse; it is not worthwhile to contradict me for such a trifle as that. 'Tis truethat Mercedes is not actually my wife; but," added he,drawing out his watch, "in an hour and a half she will be."
2.  "Oh, no," was the tranquil response; "I am too fond of artto attempt anything of that sort. I am doing a little sum inarithmetic."
3.  "Certainly," he said, "your receipt is money."
4.  "Ah," said Andrea, "who knows?"
5.  "Have not the ladies invited you to join them at the piano?"said Danglars to Andrea. "Alas, no, sir," replied Andreawith a sigh, still more remarkable than the former ones.Danglars immediately advanced towards the door and openedit.
6.  "Well, well! Nothing more is wanting than to arrest thecount as a vagabond, on the pretext of his being too rich."


1.  "I came to ask you, my friend," said the baroness, "whatwill be done with this impostor?"
2.  Julie hesitated, and resolved to take counsel. Yet, througha singular impulse, it was neither to her mother nor herbrother that she applied, but to Emmanuel. She hastened downand told him what had occurred on the day when the agent ofThomson & French had come to her father's, related the sceneon the staircase, repeated the promise she had made, andshowed him the letter. "You must go, then, mademoiselle,"said Emmanuel.
3.  Dantes had tasted nothing, but he thought not of hunger atsuch a moment; he hastily swallowed a few drops of rum, andagain entered the cavern. The pickaxe that had seemed soheavy, was now like a feather in his grasp; he seized it,and attacked the wall. After several blows he perceived thatthe stones were not cemented, but had been merely placed oneupon the other, and covered with stucco; he inserted thepoint of his pickaxe, and using the handle as a lever, withjoy soon saw the stone turn as if on hinges, and fall at hisfeet. He had nothing more to do now, but with the iron toothof the pickaxe to draw the stones towards him one by one.The aperture was already sufficiently large for him toenter, but by waiting, he could still cling to hope, andretard the certainty of deception. At last, after renewedhesitation, Dantes entered the second grotto. The secondgrotto was lower and more gloomy than the first; the airthat could only enter by the newly formed opening had themephitic smell Dantes was surprised not to find in the outercavern. He waited in order to allow pure air to displace thefoul atmosphere, and then went on. At the left of theopening was a dark and deep angle. But to Dantes' eye therewas no darkness. He glanced around this second grotto; itwas, like the first, empty.
4.  "By no means," replied the count in the most frigid tones;"Ali has many faults mixed with most excellent qualities. Hecannot possibly serve you as a pattern for your conduct, notbeing, as you are, a paid servant, but a mere slave -- adog, who, should he fail in his duty towards me, I shouldnot discharge from my service, but kill." Baptistin openedhis eyes with astonishment.
5.   "Absolutely; and rather from your lips than another's."
6.  "Into what room did you take him?"


1.  "Yes," said Villefort, "really, count, you frighten theladies."
2.  "It is a great honor to me," returned Monte Cristo, "to bethus, on the first day of my arrival in Paris, brought incontact with a man whose merit equals his reputation, and towhom fortune has for once been equitable, but has she notstill on the plains of Metidja, or in the mountains ofAtlas, a marshal's staff to offer you?"
3.  Chateau-Renaud was at his post; apprised by Beauchamp of thecircumstances, he required no explanation from Albert. Theconduct of the son in seeking to avenge his father was sonatural that Chateau-Renaud did not seek to dissuade him,and was content with renewing his assurances of devotion.Debray was not yet come, but Albert knew that he seldom losta scene at the opera. Albert wandered about the theatreuntil the curtain was drawn up. He hoped to meet with M. deMonte Cristo either in the lobby or on the stairs. The bellsummoned him to his seat, and he entered the orchestra withChateau-Renaud and Beauchamp. But his eyes scarcely quittedthe box between the columns, which remained obstinatelyclosed during the whole of the first act. At last, as Albertwas looking at his watch for about the hundredth time, atthe beginning of the second act the door opened, and MonteCristo entered, dressed in black, and, leaning over thefront of the box, looked around the pit. Morrel followedhim, and looked also for his sister and brother in-law; hesoon discovered them in another box, and kissed his hand tothem.
4、  "Plainly enough. Messrs. Thomson & French set no bounds totheir engagements while those of M. Danglars have theirlimits; he is a wise man, according to his own showing."
5、  "Haidee had remained until the close of the meeting. Sheheard the count's sentence pronounced without betraying anexpression of joy or pity; then drawing her veil over herface she bowed majestically to the councillors, and leftwith that dignified step which Virgil attributes to hisgoddesses."




  • 梅意 08-11

      The owner did not wait for a second invitation. He seized arope which Dantes flung to him, and with an activity thatwould have done credit to a sailor, climbed up the side ofthe ship, while the young man, going to his task, left theconversation to Danglars, who now came towards the owner. Hewas a man of twenty-five or twenty-six years of age, ofunprepossessing countenance, obsequious to his superiors,insolent to his subordinates; and this, in addition to hisposition as responsible agent on board, which is alwaysobnoxious to the sailors, made him as much disliked by thecrew as Edmond Dantes was beloved by them.

  • 霍尔德里奇 08-11

      "And," said Cavalcanti, "I know that Lake Fusaro alonesupplies lampreys of that size."

  • 朱丽丽 08-11

       "A probable thing!"

  • 严修 08-11

      "Who does not love you?" Valentine smiled sadly. "What areyour grandmother's symptoms?"

  • 罗秀春 08-10

    {  "Some particulars, doubtless, but that is seven or eightyears ago, and I have forgotten them."

  • 黄眉姬 08-09

      The count soon heard Andrea's voice, singing a Corsicansong, accompanied by the piano. While the count smiled athearing this song, which made him lose sight of Andrea inthe recollection of Benedetto, Madame Danglars was boastingto Monte Cristo of her husband's strength of mind, who thatvery morning had lost three or four hundred thousand francsby a failure at Milan. The praise was well deserved, for hadnot the count heard it from the baroness, or by one of thosemeans by which he knew everything, the baron's countenancewould not have led him to suspect it. "Hem," thought MonteCristo, "he begins to conceal his losses; a month since heboasted of them." Then aloud, -- "Oh, madame, M. Danglars isso skilful, he will soon regain at the Bourse what he loseselsewhere."}

  • 刘冬苟 08-09

      "That, madame, is an official secret; but if you have anycommissions for Paris, a friend of mine is going thereto-night, and will with pleasure undertake them." The guestslooked at each other.

  • 金莲花 08-09

      "Oh, that coat is not his own idea; it is the Republic's,which deputed David* to devise a uniform for theAcademicians."

  • 茅葺 08-08

       "And yet they say orphans are to be pitied," said Danglars,wishing to prolong the jest. "Poor things!"

  • 南曲 08-06

    {  The carriage entered by the Porto del Popolo, turned to theleft, and stopped at the Hotel d'Espagne. Old Pastrini, ourformer acquaintance, received the traveller at the door, hatin hand. The traveller alighted, ordered a good dinner, andinquired the address of the house of Thomson & French, whichwas immediately given to him, as it was one of the mostcelebrated in Rome. It was situated in the Via dei Banchi,near St. Peter's. In Rome, as everywhere else, the arrivalof a post-chaise is an event. Ten young descendants ofMarius and the Gracchi, barefooted and out at elbows, withone hand resting on the hip and the other gracefully curvedabove the head, stared at the traveller, the post-chaise,and the horses; to these were added about fifty littlevagabonds from the Papal States, who earned a pittance bydiving into the Tiber at high water from the bridge of St.Angelo. Now, as these street Arabs of Rome, more fortunatethan those of Paris, understand every language, moreespecially the French, they heard the traveller order anapartment, a dinner, and finally inquire the way to thehouse of Thomson & French. The result was that when thenew-comer left the hotel with the cicerone, a man detachedhimself from the rest of the idlers, and without having beenseen by the traveller, and appearing to excite no attentionfrom the guide, followed the stranger with as much skill asa Parisian police agent would have used.

  • 迟群 08-06

      "Willingly, if you wish it."