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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Did you fear that we should forget it?"
2.  "I desire but one thing in this world, Edmond, -- thehappiness of my son."
3.  "Ah, I recognize you -- I recognize you!" exclaimed theking's attorney; "you are" --
4.  "Ah, yes," said the count; "that was the reason of yourrunning away from us."
5.  "It was from Caderousse that I intended demanding shelter,and, as we never entered by the door that opened onto theroad, I resolved not to break through the rule, so climbingover the garden-hedge, I crept amongst the olive and wildfig trees, and fearing that Caderousse might have someguest, I entered a kind of shed in which I had often passedthe night, and which was only separated from the inn by apartition, in which holes had been made in order to enableus to watch an opportunity of announcing our presence. Myintention was, if Caderousse was alone, to acquaint him withmy presence, finish the meal the custom-house officers hadinterrupted, and profit by the threatened storm to return tothe Rhone, and ascertain the state of our vessel and itscrew. I stepped into the shed, and it was fortunate I didso, for at that moment Caderousse entered with a stranger.
6.  "I know it, but in asking for news, I mean, have you doneanything for me?"


1.  "No."
2.  "Oh, this is too much," cried Hermine, choking, "you areworse than despicable."
3.  "Yes, indeed; I had previously inquired of Dantes what washis opinion of you, and if he should have any reluctance tocontinue you in your post, for somehow I have perceived asort of coolness between you."
4.  "There is a felucca for you at anchor. Jacopo will carry youto Leghorn, where Monsieur Noirtier awaits hisgranddaughter, whom he wishes to bless before you lead herto the altar. All that is in this grotto, my friend, myhouse in the Champs Elysees, and my chateau at Treport, arethe marriage gifts bestowed by Edmond Dantes upon the son ofhis old master, Morrel. Mademoiselle de Villefort will sharethem with you; for I entreat her to give to the poor theimmense fortune reverting to her from her father, now amadman, and her brother who died last September with hismother. Tell the angel who will watch over your futuredestiny, Morrel, to pray sometimes for a man, who like Satanthought himself for an instant equal to God, but who nowacknowledges with Christian humility that God alonepossesses supreme power and infinite wisdom. Perhaps thoseprayers may soften the remorse he feels in his heart. As foryou, Morrel, this is the secret of my conduct towards you.There is neither happiness nor misery in the world; there isonly the comparison of one state with another, nothing more.He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experiencesupreme happiness. We must have felt what it is to die,Morrel, that we may appreciate the enjoyments of living.
5.  "True," replied the marquise, without wincing in theslightest degree at the tragic remembrance thus called up;"but bear in mind, if you please, that our respectiveparents underwent persecution and proscription fromdiametrically opposite principles; in proof of which I mayremark, that while my family remained among the stanchestadherents of the exiled princes, your father lost no time injoining the new government; and that while the CitizenNoirtier was a Girondin, the Count Noirtier became asenator."
6.  "In arithmetic?"


1.  "Do you know where I am leading you?" said the countess,without replying to the question.
2.  "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."
3.  "Ah, monsieur," returned Albert, "I would never forgive youthis mistake if you had seen another picture beside this.You do not know my mother; she it is whom you see here. Shehad her portrait painted thus six or eight years ago. Thiscostume is a fancy one, it appears, and the resemblance isso great that I think I still see my mother the same as shewas in 1830. The countess had this portrait painted duringthe count's absence. She doubtless intended giving him anagreeable surprise; but, strange to say, this portraitseemed to displease my father, and the value of the picture,which is, as you see, one of the best works of LeopoldRobert, could not overcome his dislike to it. It is true,between ourselves, that M. de Morcerf is one of the mostassiduous peers at the Luxembourg, a general renowned fortheory, but a most mediocre amateur of art. It is differentwith my mother, who paints exceedingly well, and who,unwilling to part with so valuable a picture, gave it to meto put here, where it would be less likely to displease M.de Morcerf, whose portrait, by Gros, I will also show you.Excuse my talking of family matters, but as I shall have thehonor of introducing you to the count, I tell you this toprevent you making any allusions to this picture. Thepicture seems to have a malign influence, for my motherrarely comes here without looking at it, and still morerarely does she look at it without weeping. Thisdisagreement is the only one that has ever taken placebetween the count and countess, who are still as muchunited, although married more than twenty years, as on thefirst day of their wedding."
4.  "Hope, my friend," repeated the count.
5.   "Yes; I received the news this evening by a courier. I hadabout a million in their hands, but, warned in time, Iwithdrew it a month ago."
6.  "Monsieur, you run no risk, for, as I told you, I will stayhere; so there is no chance of my escaping."


1.  "Alas," stammered Villefort, "I do not lose a single word."
2.  "Then," continued Chateau-Renaud, "since you have anestablishment, a steward, and a hotel in the Champs Elysees,you only want a mistress." Albert smiled. He thought of thefair Greek he had seen in the count's box at the Argentinaand Valle theatres. "I have something better than that,"said Monte Cristo; "I have a slave. You procure yourmistresses from the opera, the Vaudeville, or the Varietes;I purchased mine at Constantinople; it cost me more, but Ihave nothing to fear."
3.  "Both, sir; one with a letter, and the other put it in thepost."
4、  "Well, then," continued Emmanuel, "we have not fifteenthousand francs in the house."
5、  "And what did you do with that letter?"




  • 金莉 08-02

      "He did not speak to me of it," replied the shipowner; "butif there be any letter he will give it to me."

  • 厄齐尔阿森纳 08-02

      "Yes. -- in the principality, but not in the prince."

  • 许业兰 08-02

       "`There,' said La Carconte, as she placed a bottle of wineon the table, `supper is ready whenever you are.' -- `Andyou?' asked Joannes. -- `I don't want any supper,' saidCaderousse. -- `We dined so very late,' hastily interposedLa Carconte. -- `Then it seems I am to eat alone,' remarkedthe jeweller. -- `Oh, we shall have the pleasure of waitingupon you,' answered La Carconte, with an eager attention shewas not accustomed to manifest even to guests who paid forwhat they took.

  • 袁野 08-02

      "She is under the big chestnut-tree," replied the spoiledbrat, as he gave, in spite of his mother's commands, liveflies to the parrot, which seemed keenly to relish suchfare. Madame de Villefort stretched out her hand to ring,intending to direct her waiting-maid to the spot where shewould find Valentine, when the young lady herself enteredthe apartment. She appeared much dejected; and any personwho considered her attentively might have observed thetraces of recent tears in her eyes.

  • 齐刘海 08-01

    {  "Now, then, to breakfast," said Beauchamp; "for, if Iremember, you told me you only expected two persons,Albert."

  • 万新强 07-31

      "Well," said Albert, with a sigh, "it seems you aredetermined to marry me."}

  • 托马斯·博格诺 07-31

      "But can he understand you?"

  • 徐显明 07-31

      "Not very," said Valentine. "And grandpapa has become myphysician, and I have the greatest confidence in him,because he knows everything."

  • 邓加荣 07-30

       "Whom does this belong to?" he inquired.

  • 伊万诺维奇 07-28

    {  "Look at this ray of light which enters by my window," saidthe abbe, "and then observe the lines traced on the wall.Well, by means of these lines, which are in accordance withthe double motion of the earth, and the ellipse it describesround the sun, I am enabled to ascertain the precise hourwith more minuteness than if I possessed a watch; for thatmight be broken or deranged in its movements, while the sunand earth never vary in their appointed paths."

  • 杨永安 07-28

      "To the sheets," said he. The four seamen, who composed thecrew, obeyed, while the pilot looked on. "Haul taut." --They obeyed.