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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Go on," said the abbe; "it seems as if I were listening tothe story of a dream. But I have seen things soextraordinary, that what you tell me seems less astonishingthan it otherwise might."
2.  "Whom do you mean?"
3.  In fact, a moment later M. Morrel appeared and was salutedwith an enthusiastic burst of applause from the crew of thePharaon, who hailed the visit of the shipowner as a sureindication that the man whose wedding feast he thusdelighted to honor would ere long be first in command of theship; and as Dantes was universally beloved on board hisvessel, the sailors put no restraint on their tumultuous joyat finding that the opinion and choice of their superiors soexactly coincided with their own.
4.  "Certainly," he said, "your receipt is money."
5.  "Then do not marry her," said the count.
6.  And so Dantes, after the Hundred Days and after Waterloo,remained in his dungeon, forgotten of earth and heaven.Danglars comprehended the full extent of the wretched fatethat overwhelmed Dantes; and, when Napoleon returned toFrance, he, after the manner of mediocre minds, termed thecoincidence, "a decree of Providence." But when Napoleonreturned to Paris, Danglars' heart failed him, and he livedin constant fear of Dantes' return on a mission ofvengeance. He therefore informed M. Morrel of his wish toquit the sea, and obtained a recommendation from him to aSpanish merchant, into whose service he entered at the endof March, that is, ten or twelve days after Napoleon'sreturn. He then left for Madrid, and was no more heard of.


1.  "That was an oversight, certainly," replied the count; "buttell me, does the Count of Morcerf never visit the Opera? Ihave been looking for him, but without success."
2.  "Yes, your excellency; he came from Marseilles, where he hadbeen deputy-procureur. His zeal had procured himadvancement, and he was said to be one of the first who hadinformed the government of the departure from the Island ofElba."
3.  But the man in the dark could not find the right key. Hereached the instrument he had placed on the stand, touched aspring, and immediately a pale light, just bright enough torender objects distinct, was reflected on his hands andcountenance. "By heavens," exclaimed Monte Cristo, startingback, "it is" --
4.  "Oh, what is the matter?" cried Dantes.
5.  "Oh, we have so often spoken of you, that he knows exactlyhow I talk to you." Then turning to Maximilian, with anadorable smile; although shaded by sorrow, -- "He knowseverything I know," said she.
6.  "That I may have the pleasure of seeing you, my littlefellow."


1.  "The family began to get accustomed to their obscurity.Years rolled on, and amongst the descendants some weresoldiers, others diplomatists; some churchmen, some bankers;some grew rich, and some were ruined. I come now to the lastof the family, whose secretary I was -- the Count of Spada.I had often heard him complain of the disproportion of hisrank with his fortune; and I advised him to invest all hehad in an annuity. He did so, and thus doubled his income.The celebrated breviary remained in the family, and was inthe count's possession. It had been handed down from fatherto son; for the singular clause of the only will that hadbeen found, had caused it to be regarded as a genuine relic,preserved in the family with superstitious veneration. Itwas an illuminated book, with beautiful Gothic characters,and so weighty with gold, that a servant always carried itbefore the cardinal on days of great solemnity.
2.  As he entered the chamber of his friend, Dantes cast aroundone eager and searching glance in quest of the expectedmarvels, but nothing more than common met his view.
3.  Chapter 30The Fifth of September.
4.  "Yes; that is to say, he fought for the independence of theGreeks, and hence arises the calumny."
5.   "I do -- most decidedly."
6.  "Yes."


1.  Having accomplished these three social duties, Monte Cristostopped, looking around him with that expression peculiar toa certain class, which seems to say, "I have done my duty,now let others do theirs." Andrea, who was in an adjoiningroom, had shared in the sensation caused by the arrival ofMonte Cristo, and now came forward to pay his respects tothe count. He found him completely surrounded; all wereeager to speak to him, as is always the case with thosewhose words are few and weighty. The solicitors arrived atthis moment and arranged their scrawled papers on the velvetcloth embroidered with gold which covered the table preparedfor the signature; it was a gilt table supported on lions'claws. One of the notaries sat down, the other remainedstanding. They were about to proceed to the reading of thecontract, which half Paris assembled was to sign. All tooktheir places, or rather the ladies formed a circle, whilethe gentlemen (more indifferent to the restraints of whatBoileau calls the "energetic style") commented on thefeverish agitation of Andrea, on M. Danglars' rivetedattention, Eugenie's composure, and the light and sprightlymanner in which the baroness treated this important affair.
2.  "Then you pity him?" said the count.
3.  "But how came that first note to be inserted in yourjournal? Some unknown enemy -- an invisible foe -- has donethis."
4、  "I thought," said Franz to the count, "that you told methere would be but one execution."
5、  "My dear count," cried Morcerf, "you are at fault -- you,one of the most formidable logicians I know -- and you mustsee it clearly proved that instead of being an egotist, youare a philanthropist. Ah, you call yourself Oriental, aLevantine, Maltese, Indian, Chinese; your family name isMonte Cristo; Sinbad the Sailor is your baptismalappellation, and yet the first day you set foot in Paris youinstinctively display the greatest virtue, or rather thechief defect, of us eccentric Parisians, -- that is, youassume the vices you have not, and conceal the virtues youpossess."




  • 罗臻 08-05

      At first the captain had received Dantes on board with acertain degree of distrust. He was very well known to thecustoms officers of the coast; and as there was betweenthese worthies and himself a perpetual battle of wits, hehad at first thought that Dantes might be an emissary ofthese industrious guardians of rights and duties, whoperhaps employed this ingenious means of learning some ofthe secrets of his trade. But the skilful manner in whichDantes had handled the lugger had entirely reassured him;and then, when he saw the light plume of smoke floatingabove the bastion of the Chateau d'If, and heard the distantreport, he was instantly struck with the idea that he had onboard his vessel one whose coming and going, like that ofkings, was accompanied with salutes of artillery. This madehim less uneasy, it must be owned, than if the new-comer hadproved to be a customs officer; but this supposition alsodisappeared like the first, when he beheld the perfecttranquillity of his recruit.

  • 何远新 08-05

      "You are a fool, M. Baptistin. Thieves might strip the house-- it would annoy me less than to be disobeyed." Baptistinbowed.

  • 廖文宾 08-05

       "That is not his biggest scoop," said Morcerf; "did he notmake a million in Spaniards this last year?"

  • 林内特 08-05

      "The register of my child's birth?"

  • 潘智 08-04

    {  "I say that Monte Cristo is an island in the midst of theMediterranean, without inhabitants or garrison, the resortof smugglers of all nations, and pirates of every flag. Whoknows whether or not these industrious worthies do not payto their feudal lord some dues for his protection?"

  • 柯玉井 08-03

      "Well, then," resumed Faria with a bitter smile, "let meanswer your question in full, by acknowledging that I am thepoor mad prisoner of the Chateau d'If, for many yearspermitted to amuse the different visitors with what is saidto be my insanity; and, in all probability, I should bepromoted to the honor of making sport for the children, ifsuch innocent beings could be found in an abode devoted likethis to suffering and despair."}

  • 廖成珍 08-03

      "Sire, I have come as rapidly to Paris as possible, toinform your majesty that I have discovered, in the exerciseof my duties, not a commonplace and insignificant plot, suchas is every day got up in the lower ranks of the people andin the army, but an actual conspiracy -- a storm whichmenaces no less than your majesty's throne. Sire, theusurper is arming three ships, he meditates some project,which, however mad, is yet, perhaps, terrible. At thismoment he will have left Elba, to go whither I know not, butassuredly to attempt a landing either at Naples, or on thecoast of Tuscany, or perhaps on the shores of France. Yourmajesty is well aware that the sovereign of the Island ofElba has maintained his relations with Italy and France?"

  • 钟欣桐 08-03

      "Go, then," she said with a charming smile, whichaccompanied him until he had disappeared. Monte Cristo soonran up the staircase conducting from the ground-floor toMaximilian's room; when he reached the landing he listenedattentively, but all was still. Like many old housesoccupied by a single family, the room door was panelled withglass; but it was locked, Maximilian was shut in, and it wasimpossible to see what was passing in the room, because ared curtain was drawn before the glass. The count's anxietywas manifested by a bright color which seldom appeared onthe face of that imperturbable man.

  • 刘炳义 08-02

       "Precisely; it is generally believed he will gain tenmillions by that affair."

  • 凯伦·威尔特郡 07-31

    {  "I have no money to build ships with, Penelon," said thepoor owner mournfully, "so I cannot accept your kind offer."

  • 克·贝尔 07-31

      "I was at Rome during the last Carnival."