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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It so happened that night that Cucumetto had sent Carlinito a village, so that he had been unable to go to the placeof meeting. Cucumetto had been there, however, by accident,as he said, and had carried the maiden off. Carlini besoughthis chief to make an exception in Rita's favor, as herfather was rich, and could pay a large ransom. Cucumettoseemed to yield to his friend's entreaties, and bade himfind a shepherd to send to Rita's father at Frosinone.Carlini flew joyfully to Rita, telling her she was saved,and bidding her write to her father, to inform him what hadoccurred, and that her ransom was fixed at three hundredpiastres. Twelve hours' delay was all that was granted --that is, until nine the next morning. The instant the letterwas written, Carlini seized it, and hastened to the plain tofind a messenger. He found a young shepherd watching hisflock. The natural messengers of the bandits are theshepherds who live between the city and the mountains,between civilized and savage life. The boy undertook thecommission, promising to be in Frosinone in less than anhour. Carlini returned, anxious to see his mistress, andannounce the joyful intelligence. He found the troop in theglade, supping off the provisions exacted as contributionsfrom the peasants; but his eye vainly sought Rita andCucumetto among them. He inquired where they were, and wasanswered by a burst of laughter. A cold perspiration burstfrom every pore, and his hair stood on end. He repeated hisquestion. One of the bandits rose, and offered him a glassfilled with Orvietto, saying, `To the health of the braveCucumetto and the fair Rita.' At this moment Carlini heard awoman's cry; he divined the truth, seized the glass, brokeit across the face of him who presented it, and rushedtowards the spot whence the cry came. After a hundred yardshe turned the corner of the thicket; he found Rita senselessin the arms of Cucumetto. At the sight of Carlini, Cucumettorose, a pistol in each hand. The two brigands looked at eachother for a moment -- the one with a smile of lasciviousnesson his lips, the other with the pallor of death on his brow.A terrible battle between the two men seemed imminent; butby degrees Carlini's features relaxed, his hand, which hadgrasped one of the pistols in his belt, fell to his side.Rita lay between them. The moon lighted the group.
2.  "Sir," said Franz, "I have one request to make."
3.  "To me, to you, to us! Take it; buy some provisions; behappy, and to-morrow we shall have more."
4.  "Assuredly; as for me, I should have been incapable of it,"said Chateau-Renaud, with most significant coolness.
5.  "Oh," replied Valentine with a convulsive movement, "oh,indeed, Maximilian, you are too timid for an officer, for asoldier who, they say, never knows fear. Ah, ha, ha!" sheburst into a forced and melancholy laugh, her arms stiffenedand twisted, her head fell back on her chair, and sheremained motionless. The cry of terror which was stopped onNoirtier's lips, seemed to start from his eyes. Morrelunderstood it; he knew he must call assistance. The youngman rang the bell violently; the housemaid who had been inMademoiselle Valentine's room, and the servant who hadreplaced Barrois, ran in at the same moment. Valentine wasso pale, so cold, so inanimate that without listening towhat was said to them they were seized with the fear whichpervaded that house, and they flew into the passage cryingfor help. Madame Danglars and Eugenie were going out at thatmoment; they heard the cause of the disturbance. "I told youso!" exclaimed Madame de Villefort. "Poor child!"
6.  "No."


1.  "Excellency," said a servant, opening the door, "a man inthe dress of a penitent wishes to speak to you."
2.  "The son of a rich shipbuilder in Malta."
3.  "Alas! his plan is very simple. It depends on the distancehe may be from the city, whether he gives eight hours,twelve hours, or a day wherein to pay their ransom; and whenthat time has elapsed he allows another hour's grace. At thesixtieth minute of this hour, if the money is notforthcoming, he blows out the prisoner's brains with apistol-shot, or plants his dagger in his heart, and thatsettles the account."
4.  "Fourteen years!" he muttered -- "Fourteen years!" repeatedthe count. "During that time he had many moments of despair.He also, Morrel, like you, considered himself the unhappiestof men."
5.  Meanwhile, by a cleft between two walls of rock, following apath worn by a torrent, and which, in all human probability,human foot had never before trod, Dantes approached the spotwhere he supposed the grottos must have existed. Keepingalong the shore, and examining the smallest object withserious attention, he thought he could trace, on certainrocks, marks made by the hand of man.
6.  "I would rather die a hundred times -- oh, yes, die!"


1.  "Sire," said Villefort, "the usurper is detested in thesouth; and it seems to me that if he ventured into thesouth, it would be easy to raise Languedoc and Provenceagainst him."
2.  "Mademoiselle Danglars is too rich for me," replied Morcerf,"and that frightens me."
3.  "But, monsieur," said the Count of Morcerf, "for a man ofyour merit, Italy is not a country, and France opens herarms to receive you; respond to her call. France will not,perhaps, be always ungrateful. She treats her children ill,but she always welcomes strangers."
4.  "You are a fool, M. Baptistin. Thieves might strip the house-- it would annoy me less than to be disobeyed." Baptistinbowed.
5.   "Morrel, can you intend it in my house, under my very eyes?"
6.  "Oh, no, never mind that," said the Italian; "it is notworth the trouble."


1.  "I do not know; he is no longer in my hands," repliedVillefort.
2.  "Here is," said the Englishman, taking a quantity of papersfrom his pocket, "an assignment of 200,000 francs to ourhouse by M. de Boville, the inspector of prisons, to whomthey are due. You acknowledge, of course, that you owe thissum to him?"
3.  "What may that be?"
4、  "I do."
5、  "Well," said the jailer, "are you more reasonable to-day?"Dantes made no reply.




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      In the vehicle was a young woman and a child of about sevenor eight clasped in each other's arms. Terror seemed to havedeprived them even of the power of uttering a cry. Thecarriage creaked and rattled as it flew over the roughstones, and the slightest obstacle under the wheels wouldhave caused disaster; but it kept on in the middle of theroad, and those who saw it pass uttered cries of terror.

  • 山中有一 08-10

      "No." said Albert, "the engagement is broken off."

  • 肯德尔 08-10

       "Then the Countess G---- has returned to Paris, has she?"inquired the baroness.

  • 方若冰 08-10

      "What can be more wretched than the man who has lost all heloved and desired in the world?"

  • 胡巧灵 08-09

    {  Most of my readers are aware that the second act of"Parisina" opens with the celebrated and effective duet inwhich Parisina, while sleeping, betrays to Azzo the secretof her love for Ugo. The injured husband goes through allthe emotions of jealousy, until conviction seizes on hismind, and then, in a frenzy of rage and indignation, heawakens his guilty wife to tell her that he knows her guiltand to threaten her with his vengeance. This duet is one ofthe most beautiful, expressive and terrible conceptions thathas ever emanated from the fruitful pen of Donizetti. Franznow listened to it for the third time; yet it's notes, sotenderly expressive and fearfully grand as the wretchedhusband and wife give vent to their different griefs andpassions, thrilled through the soul of Franz with an effectequal to his first emotions upon hearing it. Excited beyondhis usual calm demeanor, Franz rose with the audience, andwas about to join the loud, enthusiastic applause thatfollowed; but suddenly his purpose was arrested, his handsfell by his sides, and the half-uttered "bravos" expired onhis lips. The occupant of the box in which the Greek girlsat appeared to share the universal admiration thatprevailed; for he left his seat to stand up in front, sothat, his countenance being fully revealed, Franz had nodifficulty in recognizing him as the mysterious inhabitantof Monte Cristo, and the very same person he had encounteredthe preceding evening in the ruins of the Colosseum, andwhose voice and figure had seemed so familiar to him. Alldoubt of his identity was now at an end; his singular hostevidently resided at Rome. The surprise and agitationoccasioned by this full confirmation of Franz's formersuspicion had no doubt imparted a corresponding expressionto his features; for the countess, after gazing with apuzzled look at his face, burst into a fit of laughter, andbegged to know what had happened. "Countess," returnedFranz, totally unheeding her raillery, "I asked you a shorttime since if you knew any particulars respecting theAlbanian lady opposite; I must now beseech you to inform mewho and what is her husband?"

  • 刘洪彪 08-08

      From the imperfect means Franz had of judging, he could onlycome to one conclusion, -- that the person whom he was thuswatching certainly belonged to no inferior station of life.Some few minutes had elapsed, and the stranger began to showmanifest signs of impatience, when a slight noise was heardoutside the aperture in the roof, and almost immediately adark shadow seemed to obstruct the flood of light that hadentered it, and the figure of a man was clearly seen gazingwith eager scrutiny on the immense space beneath him; then,as his eye caught sight of him in the mantle, he grasped afloating mass of thickly matted boughs, and glided down bytheir help to within three or four feet of the ground, andthen leaped lightly on his feet. The man who had performedthis daring act with so much indifference wore theTranstevere costume. "I beg your excellency's pardon forkeeping you waiting," said the man, in the Roman dialect,"but I don't think I'm many minutes after my time, teno'clock his just struck on the Lateran."}

  • 张丹露 08-08

      "Oh, Villefort, Villefort," murmured the count, "this scenemust often have haunted thy sleepless hours!"

  • 刘佳 08-08

      Danglars did not answer. "Have you so soon changed yourmind," added Morcerf, "or have you only provoked my requestthat you may have the pleasure of seeing me humbled?"Danglars, seeing that if he continued the conversation inthe same tone in which he had begun it, the whole thingmight turn out to his own disadvantage, turned to Morcerf,and said: "Count, you must doubtless be surprised at myreserve, and I assure you it costs me much to act in such amanner towards you; but, believe me when I say thatimperative necessity has imposed the painful task upon me."

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  • 王某某 08-05

      "I dare not return with those dreadful horses," said Madamede Villefort.