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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Nay, I flatter myself that there can be no doubt of it,"replied the cavalier in the cloak.
2.  "Why so?"
3.  "You have a daughter, then, madame?" inquired the count;"very young, I presume?"
4.  "So rich, dear sir, that your fortune resembles thepyramids; if you wished to demolish them you could not, andif it were possible, you would not dare!" Danglars smiled atthe good-natured pleasantry of the count. "That reminds me,"he said, "that when you entered I was on the point ofsigning five little bonds; I have already signed two: willyou allow me to do the same to the others?"
5.  "There's nothing gives you so much courage as good reasons,"continued the sailor; "and during that time the wind hadabated, and the sea gone down, but the water kept rising;not much, only two inches an hour, but still it rose. Twoinches an hour does not seem much, but in twelve hours thatmakes two feet, and three we had before, that makes five.`Come,' said the captain, `we have done all in our power,and M. Morrel will have nothing to reproach us with, we havetried to save the ship, let us now save ourselves. To theboats, my lads, as quick as you can.' Now," continuedPenelon, "you see, M. Morrel, a sailor is attached to hisship, but still more to his life, so we did not wait to betold twice; the more so, that the ship was sinking under us,and seemed to say, `Get along -- save yourselves.' We soonlaunched the boat, and all eight of us got into it. Thecaptain descended last, or rather, he did not descend, hewould not quit the vessel; so I took him round the waist,and threw him into the boat, and then I jumped after him. Itwas time, for just as I jumped the deck burst with a noiselike the broadside of a man-of-war. Ten minutes after shepitched forward, then the other way, spun round and round,and then good-by to the Pharaon. As for us, we were threedays without anything to eat or drink, so that we began tothink of drawing lots who should feed the rest, when we sawLa Gironde; we made signals of distress, she perceived us,made for us, and took us all on board. There now, M. Morrel,that's the whole truth, on the honor of a sailor; is not ittrue, you fellows there?" A general murmur of approbationshowed that the narrator had faithfully detailed theirmisfortunes and sufferings.
6.  "Ah? -- what next?"


1.  "Yes," replied Eugenie.
2.  "His excellency waits for you," said a voice, which herecognized as that of the sentinel. He was accompanied bytwo of the yacht's crew. Franz drew his handkerchief fromhis pocket, and presented it to the man who had spoken tohim. Without uttering a word, they bandaged his eyes with acare that showed their apprehensions of his committing someindiscretion. Afterwards he was made to promise that hewould not make the least attempt to raise the bandage. Hepromised. Then his two guides took his arms, and he went on,guided by them, and preceded by the sentinel. After goingabout thirty paces, he smelt the appetizing odor of the kidthat was roasting, and knew thus that he was passing thebivouac; they then led him on about fifty paces farther,evidently advancing towards that part of the shore wherethey would not allow Gaetano to go -- a refusal he could nowcomprehend. Presently, by a change in the atmosphere, heknew that they were entering a cave; after going on for afew seconds more he heard a crackling, and it seemed to himas though the atmosphere again changed, and became balmy andperfumed. At length his feet touched on a thick and softcarpet, and his guides let go their hold of him. There was amoment's silence, and then a voice, in excellent French,although, with a foreign accent, said, "Welcome, sir. I begyou will remove your bandage." It may be supposed, then,Franz did not wait for a repetition of this permission, buttook off the handkerchief, and found himself in the presenceof a man from thirty-eight to forty years of age, dressed ina Tunisian costume -- that is to say, a red cap with a longblue silk tassel, a vest of black cloth embroidered withgold, pantaloons of deep red, large and full gaiters of thesame color, embroidered with gold like the vest, and yellowslippers; he had a splendid cashmere round his waist, and asmall sharp and crooked cangiar was passed through hisgirdle. Although of a paleness that was almost livid, thisman had a remarkably handsome face; his eyes werepenetrating and sparkling; his nose, quite straight, andprojecting direct from the brow, was of the pure Greek type,while his teeth, as white as pearls, were set off toadmiration by the black mustache that encircled them.
3.  "Did you recognize him?"
4.  "I will not irritate him," thought Edmond, and taking thepaper, of which half was wanting, -- having been burnt, nodoubt, by some accident, -- he read: --
5.  Monte Cristo raised his head once more, and this time he wascalm as a child awaking from its sleep. "Maximilian," saidhe, "return home. I command you not to stir -- attemptnothing, not to let your countenance betray a thought, and Iwill send you tidings. Go."
6.  "A week ago," continued Madame de Saint-Meran, "we went outtogether in the carriage after dinner. M. de Saint-Meran hadbeen unwell for some days; still, the idea of seeing ourdear Valentine again inspired him with courage, andnotwithstanding his illness he would leave. At six leaguesfrom Marseilles, after having eaten some of the lozenges heis accustomed to take, he fell into such a deep sleep, thatit appeared to me unnatural; still I hesitated to wake him,although I fancied that his face was flushed, and that theveins of his temples throbbed more violently than usual.However, as it became dark, and I could no longer see, Ifell asleep; I was soon aroused by a piercing shriek, asfrom a person suffering in his dreams, and he suddenly threwhis head back violently. I called the valet, I stopped thepostilion, I spoke to M. de Saint-Meran, I applied mysmelling-salts; but all was over, and I arrived at Aix bythe side of a corpse." Villefort stood with his mouth halfopen, quite stupefied.


1.  "Where is this lemonade?" asked the doctor eagerly.
2.  "But, grandmamma" --
3.  "Most undoubtedly," replied Monte Cristo; "your father,Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti." The expression of terrorwhich, for the moment, had overspread the features of theyoung man, had now disappeared. "Ah, yes, that is the name,certainly. Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti. And you really meanto say; monsieur, that my dear father is here?"
4.  "I will offer myself as floor-polisher."
5.   "To Saint Peter's first, and then to the Colosseum,"returned Albert. But Albert did not know that it takes a dayto see Saint Peter's, and a month to study it. The day waspassed at Saint Peter's alone. Suddenly the daylight beganto fade away; Franz took out his watch -- it was half-pastfour. They returned to the hotel; at the door Franz orderedthe coachman to be ready at eight. He wished to show Albertthe Colosseum by moonlight, as he had shown him SaintPeter's by daylight. When we show a friend a city one hasalready visited, we feel the same pride as when we point outa woman whose lover we have been. He was to leave the cityby the Porta del Popolo, skirt the outer wall, and re-enterby the Porta San Giovanni; thus they would behold theColosseum without finding their impressions dulled by firstlooking on the Capitol, the Forum, the Arch of SeptimusSeverus, the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, and the ViaSacra. They sat down to dinner. Signor Pastrini had promisedthem a banquet; he gave them a tolerable repast. At the endof the dinner he entered in person. Franz thought that hecame to hear his dinner praised, and began accordingly, butat the first words he was interrupted. "Excellency," saidPastrini, "I am delighted to have your approbation, but itwas not for that I came."
6.  "Alas, it shows how little notion you can have of all it hascost me to effect a purpose so unexpectedly frustrated, thatyou talk of beginning over again. In the first place, I wasfour years making the tools I possess, and have been twoyears scraping and digging out earth, hard as graniteitself; then what toil and fatigue has it not been to removehuge stones I should once have deemed impossible to loosen.Whole days have I passed in these Titanic efforts,considering my labor well repaid if, by night-time I hadcontrived to carry away a square inch of this hard-boundcement, changed by ages into a substance unyielding as thestones themselves; then to conceal the mass of earth andrubbish I dug up, I was compelled to break through astaircase, and throw the fruits of my labor into the hollowpart of it; but the well is now so completely choked up,that I scarcely think it would be possible to add anotherhandful of dust without leading to discovery. Consider alsothat I fully believed I had accomplished the end and aim ofmy undertaking, for which I had so exactly husbanded mystrength as to make it just hold out to the termination ofmy enterprise; and now, at the moment when I reckoned uponsuccess, my hopes are forever dashed from me. No, I repeatagain, that nothing shall induce me to renew attemptsevidently at variance with the Almighty's pleasure."


1.  "Yes, indeed she is," replied Cavalcanti, in a very modesttone.
2.  "He showed it me; but that is not all -- there is a codicil,as I said just now."
3.  "Now," said Morrel, "do you wish me to retire?"
4、  "How strange," continued the king, with some asperity; "thepolice think that they have disposed of the whole matterwhen they say, `A murder has been committed,' and especiallyso when they can add, `And we are on the track of the guiltypersons.'"
5、  "I burnt it, for fear that even a fragment should remain;for that letter must have led to your condemnation."




  • 吴明贵 08-10

      P.S. -- Do pray contrive some means for me to meet the Countof Monte Cristo at your house. I must and will see himagain. I have just made M. de Villefort promise to call onhim, and I hope the visit will be returned.

  • 吕不韦 08-10

      "I have just discovered how a gardener may get rid of thedormice that eat his peaches."

  • 刘乃欣 08-10

       "Mother," said the young man, "you know how gladly I wouldobey your wish, but an urgent and important affair obligesme to leave you for the whole evening."

  • 蔡文举 08-10

      "And where was this letter written?"

  • 陈龙德 08-09

    {  "And then?"

  • 程卫东 08-08

      "The police."}

  • 凯拉·肯尼迪 08-08

      "Poor fellow, what is it?"

  • 赵秀珍 08-08

      "Your excellency," said the captain, "that was the landsignal, will you answer yourself?"

  • 廖某滴 08-07

       "Beware, Morcerf, he is already an old man."

  • 解丽 08-05

    {  "You are -- "

  • 李锰 08-05

      "I am going to her." And Villefort, with his papers underhis arm and hat in hand, directed his steps toward theapartment of his wife. At the door he paused for a moment towipe his damp, pale brow. He then entered the room. Madamede Villefort was sitting on an ottoman and impatientlyturning over the leaves of some newspapers and pamphletswhich young Edward, by way of amusing himself, was tearingto pieces before his mother could finish reading them. Shewas dressed to go out, her bonnet was placed beside her on achair, and her gloves were on her hands.