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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I? -- How could I speculate when I already have so muchtrouble in regulating my income? I should be obliged,besides my steward, to keep a clerk and a boy. But touchingthese Spanish affairs, I think that the baroness did notdream the whole of the Don Carlos matter. The papers saidsomething about it, did they not?"
2.  "Twenty paces." A smile of terrible import passed over thecount's lips. "Morrel," said he, "do not forget what youhave just seen."
3.  The next morning he saw Albert pass and repass, holding anenormous bouquet, which he doubtless meant to make thebearer of his amorous epistle. This belief was changed intocertainty when Franz saw the bouquet (conspicuous by acircle of white camellias) in the hand of a charmingharlequin dressed in rose-colored satin. The evening was nolonger joy, but delirium. Albert nothing doubted but thatthe fair unknown would reply in the same manner. Franzanticipated his wishes by saying that the noise fatiguedhim, and that he should pass the next day in writing andlooking over his journal. Albert was not deceived, for thenext evening Franz saw him enter triumphantly shaking afolded paper which he held by one corner. "Well," said he,"was I mistaken?"
4.  "To Fontainebleau," replied Eugenie with an almost masculinevoice.
5.  "Do you prefer I should seek M. d'Epinay?"
6.  "Then you did not see either of them?"


1.  "Aw?" said Lord Wilmore, with that tone which is only knownto natives of Great Britain.
2.  "`Have you any idea what became of them?' -- `Yes, sir; Iheard they had fallen victims to their sorrow, and, perhaps,to their poverty. I was not rich; my life was in constantdanger; I could not seek them, to my great regret.' Thepresident frowned imperceptibly. `Gentlemen,' said he, `youhave heard the Comte de Morcerf's defence. Can you, sir,produce any witnesses to the truth of what you haveasserted?' -- `Alas, no, monsieur,' replied the count; `allthose who surrounded the vizier, or who knew me at hiscourt, are either dead or gone away, I know not where. Ibelieve that I alone, of all my countrymen, survived thatdreadful war. I have only the letters of Ali Tepelini, whichI have placed before you; the ring, a token of hisgood-will, which is here; and, lastly, the most convincingproof I can offer, after an anonymous attack, and that isthe absence of any witness against my veracity and thepurity of my military life.' A murmur of approbation ranthrough the assembly; and at this moment, Albert, hadnothing more transpired, your father's cause had beengained. It only remained to put it to the vote, when thepresident resumed: `Gentlemen and you, monsieur, -- you willnot be displeased, I presume, to listen to one who callshimself a very important witness, and who has just presentedhimself. He is, doubtless, come to prove the perfectinnocence of our colleague. Here is a letter I have justreceived on the subject; shall it be read, or shall it bepassed over? and shall we take no notice of this incident?'M. de Morcerf turned pale, and clinched his hands on thepapers he held. The committee decided to hear the letter;the count was thoughtful and silent. The president read: --
3.  "That is impossible."
4.  "I have already had the pleasure of meeting this gentlemanat Auteuil, at the house of the Count of Monte Cristo,"replied Madame de Villefort, turning away with markedcoldness of manner. This answer, and especially the tone inwhich it was uttered, chilled the heart of poor Morrel. Buta recompense was in store for him; turning around, he sawnear the door a beautiful fair face, whose large blue eyeswere, without any marked expression, fixed upon him, whilethe bouquet of myosotis was gently raised to her lips.
5.  "Immediately; the steamer waits, and in an hour I shall befar from you. Will you accompany me to the harbor,Maximilian?"
6.  As for Albert and Franz, they essayed not to escape fromtheir ciceronian tyrants; and, indeed, it would have been somuch the more difficult to break their bondage, as theguides alone are permitted to visit these monuments withtorches in their hands. Thus, then, the young men made noattempt at resistance, but blindly and confidinglysurrendered themselves into the care and custody of theirconductors. Albert had already made seven or eight similarexcursions to the Colosseum, while his less favoredcompanion trod for the first time in his life the classicground forming the monument of Flavius Vespasian; and, tohis credit be it spoken, his mind, even amid the glibloquacity of the guides, was duly and deeply touched withawe and enthusiastic admiration of all he saw; and certainlyno adequate notion of these stupendous ruins can be formedsave by such as have visited them, and more especially bymoonlight, at which time the vast proportions of thebuilding appear twice as large when viewed by the mysteriousbeams of a southern moonlit sky, whose rays are sufficientlyclear and vivid to light the horizon with a glow equal tothe soft twilight of an eastern clime. Scarcely, therefore,had the reflective Franz walked a hundred steps beneath theinterior porticoes of the ruin, than, abandoning Albert tothe guides (who would by no means yield their prescriptiveright of carrying their victims through the routineregularly laid down, and as regularly followed by them, butdragged the unconscious visitor to the various objects witha pertinacity that admitted of no appeal, beginning, as amatter of course, with the Lions' Den, and finishing withCaesar's "Podium,"), to escape a jargon and mechanicalsurvey of the wonders by which he was surrounded, Franzascended a half-dilapidated staircase, and, leaving them tofollow their monotonous round, seated himself at the foot ofa column, and immediately opposite a large aperture, whichpermitted him to enjoy a full and undisturbed view of thegigantic dimensions of the majestic ruin.


1.  Chapter 55Major Cavalcanti.
2.  "Ah, is it you, baron?" said he.
3.  "Assuredly," said d'Avrigny.
4.  At first sight the exterior of the house at Auteuil gave noindications of splendor, nothing one would expect from thedestined residence of the magnificent Count of Monte Cristo;but this simplicity was according to the will of its master,who positively ordered nothing to be altered outside. Thesplendor was within. Indeed, almost before the door opened,the scene changed. M. Bertuccio had outdone himself in thetaste displayed in furnishing, and in the rapidity withwhich it was executed. It is told that the Duc d'Antinremoved in a single night a whole avenue of trees thatannoyed Louis XIV.; in three days M. Bertuccio planted anentirely bare court with poplars, large spreading sycamoresto shade the different parts of the house, and in theforeground, instead of the usual paving-stones, half hiddenby the grass, there extended a lawn but that morning laiddown, and upon which the water was yet glistening. For therest, the orders had been issued by the count; he himselfhad given a plan to Bertuccio, marking the spot where eachtree was to be planted, and the shape and extent of the lawnwhich was to take the place of the paving-stones. Thus thehouse had become unrecognizable, and Bertuccio himselfdeclared that he scarcely knew it, encircled as it was by aframework of trees. The overseer would not have objected,while he was about it, to have made some improvements in thegarden, but the count had positively forbidden it to betouched. Bertuccio made amends, however, by loading theante-chambers, staircases, and mantle-pieces with flowers.
5.   "I shall still have my place."
6.  "God has supported me through all; and then, my dearmarquis, he would certainly have done everything for me thatI performed for him. It is true that since I left him, Iseem to have lost my senses. I cannot cry; at my age theysay that we have no more tears, -- still I think that whenone is in trouble one should have the power of weeping.Where is Valentine. sir? It is on her account I am here; Iwish to see Valentine." Villefort thought it would beterrible to reply that Valentine was at a ball; so he onlysaid that she had gone out with her step-mother, and thatshe should be fetched. "This instant, sir -- this instant, Ibeseech you!" said the old lady. Villefort placed the arm ofMadame de Saint-Meran within his own, and conducted her tohis apartment. "Rest yourself, mother," he said.


1.  "Yes; but without fail."
2.  "And, in truth, if you had not found me here," said thecount, "it might have proved a gallant adventure which wouldhave cost your friend dear; but now, be assured, his alarmwill be the only serious consequence."
3.  "So you recommend" --
4、  "Yes," said Monte Cristo "you were a major; that is thetitle the French give to the post which you filled inItaly."
5、  "Why, truly," replied Monte Cristo, determined not to losean inch of the ground he had gained, "my reason for desiringan `unlimited' credit was precisely because I did not knowhow much money I might need."




  • 董立景 08-09


  • 廖体忠 08-09

      "Ma foi, spread that idea," replied the Count of MonteCristo, putting his foot on the velvet-lined steps of hissplendid carriage, "and that will be worth something to meamong the ladies." As he spoke, he sprang into the vehicle,the door was closed, but not so rapidly that Monte Cristofailed to perceive the almost imperceptible movement whichstirred the curtains of the apartment in which he had leftMadame de Morcerf. When Albert returned to his mother, hefound her in the boudoir reclining in a large velvetarm-chair, the whole room so obscure that only the shiningspangle, fastened here and there to the drapery, and theangles of the gilded frames of the pictures, showed withsome degree of brightness in the gloom. Albert could not seethe face of the countess, as it was covered with a thin veilshe had put on her head, and which fell over her features inmisty folds, but it seemed to him as though her voice hadaltered. He could distinguish amid the perfumes of the rosesand heliotropes in the flower-stands, the sharp and fragrantodor of volatile salts, and he noticed in one of the chasedcups on the mantle-piece the countess's smelling-bottle,taken from its shagreen case, and exclaimed in a tone ofuneasiness, as he entered, -- "My dear mother, have you beenill during my absence?"

  • 丹增 08-09

       "Go, Cornelie," said Madame Danglars, "I do not require youany longer."

  • 于海波 08-09

      "I dare not positively assert it, as he has been lost for solong a time."

  • 华健镛 08-08

    {  "We had anticipated this kindness on the part of the count,"said Beauchamp, "and I have brought some weapons which Ibought eight or ten days since, thinking to want them on asimilar occasion. They are quite new, and have not yet beenused. Will you examine them."

  • 黄芷晴 08-07

      "You think, then, this fire indicates the presence ofunpleasant neighbors?"}

  • 斯皮策 08-07

      "No, madame; but do you not remember that he spoke of thefact to you?"

  • 彭德倩 08-07

      "What day do you fix?" asked the president.

  • 阿卜杜拉 08-06

       "Not only in the same hotel, but on the same floor."

  • 马奔腾 08-04

    {  "Nothing -- I was speaking to myself. And is he still inlove with the Catalane?"

  • 贝拉 08-04

      "I have brought my receipt."