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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "And what is that?"
2.  The baron, followed by the count, traversed a long series ofapartments, in which the prevailing characteristics wereheavy magnificence and the gaudiness of ostentatious wealth,until he reached the boudoir of Madame Danglars -- a smalloctagonal-shaped room, hung with pink satin, covered withwhite Indian muslin. The chairs were of ancient workmanshipand materials; over the doors were painted sketches ofshepherds and shepherdesses, after the style and manner ofBoucher; and at each side pretty medallions in crayons,harmonizing well with the furnishings of this charmingapartment, the only one throughout the great mansion inwhich any distinctive taste prevailed. The truth was, it hadbeen entirely overlooked in the plan arranged and followedout by M. Danglars and his architect, who had been selectedto aid the baron in the great work of improvement solelybecause he was the most fashionable and celebrated decoratorof the day. The decorations of the boudoir had then beenleft entirely to Madame Danglars and Lucien Debray. M.Danglars, however, while possessing a great admiration forthe antique, as it was understood during the time of theDirectory, entertained the most sovereign contempt for thesimple elegance of his wife's favorite sitting-room, where,by the way, he was never permitted to intrude, unless,indeed, he excused his own appearance by ushering in somemore agreeable visitor than himself; and even then he hadrather the air and manner of a person who was himselfintroduced, than that of being the presenter of another, hisreception being cordial or frigid, in proportion as theperson who accompanied him chanced to please or displeasethe baroness.
3.  What passed in the mind of this man at the supreme moment ofhis agony cannot be told in words. He was stillcomparatively young, he was surrounded by the loving care ofa devoted family, but he had convinced himself by a courseof reasoning, illogical perhaps, yet certainly plausible,that he must separate himself from all he held dear in theworld, even life itself. To form the slightest idea of hisfeelings, one must have seen his face with its expression ofenforced resignation and its tear-moistened eyes raised toheaven. The minute hand moved on. The pistols were loaded;he stretched forth his hand, took one up, and murmured hisdaughter's name. Then he laid it down seized his pen, andwrote a few words. It seemed to him as if he had not taken asufficient farewell of his beloved daughter. Then he turnedagain to the clock, counting time now not by minutes, but byseconds. He took up the deadly weapon again, his lips partedand his eyes fixed on the clock, and then shuddered at theclick of the trigger as he cocked the pistol. At this momentof mortal anguish the cold sweat came forth upon his brow, apang stronger than death clutched at his heart-strings. Heheard the door of the staircase creak on its hinges -- theclock gave its warning to strike eleven -- the door of hisstudy opened; Morrel did not turn round -- he expected thesewords of Cocles, "The agent of Thomson & French."
4.  The magistrate laid emphasis on these words, as if he wishedto apply them to the owner himself, while his eyes seemed toplunge into the heart of one who, interceding for another,had himself need of indulgence. Morrel reddened, for his ownconscience was not quite clear on politics; besides, whatDantes had told him of his interview with the grand-marshal,and what the emperor had said to him, embarrassed him. Hereplied, however, --
5.  "The sitting is adjourned, gentlemen," said the president;"fresh inquiries will be made, and the case will be triednext session by another magistrate." As for Andrea, who wascalm and more interesting than ever, he left the hall,escorted by gendarmes, who involuntarily paid him someattention. "Well, what do you think of this, my finefellow?" asked Debray of the sergeant-at-arms, slipping alouis into his hand. "There will be extenuatingcircumstances," he replied.
6.  "Take these," said Beauchamp, presenting the papers toAlbert.


1.  Fernand gave a groan, which resembled a sob, and dropped hishead into his hands, his elbows leaning on the table.
2.  "That is the best plan, believe me."
3.  "For a very serious matter, which bids fair to make work forthe executioner."
4.  "Ah," asked the countess, "who is out in the streets of Romeat this hour, unless it be to go to a ball?"
5.  He had scarcely advanced three leagues out of Rome whendaylight began to disappear. Danglars had not intendedstarting so late, or he would have remained; he put his headout and asked the postilion how long it would be before theyreached the next town. "Non capisco" (do not understand),was the reply. Danglars bent his head, which he meant toimply, "Very well." The carriage again moved on. "I willstop at the first posting-house," said Danglars to himself.
6.  "And you will find traces of poison?"


1.  "I was at Rome during the last Carnival."
2.  "Help! help!" cried the abbe, "I -- I -- die -- I" --
3.  "Yet, I am sure, she is not happy," said Caderousse.
4.  "But should he come and find that young man with yourdaughter, he might be displeased."
5.   "I hope so."
6.  "True," said Monte Cristo; "but what would be the use ofliving eighteen hundred years after Lucullus. if we can dono better than he could?" The two Cavalcanti opened theirenormous eyes, but had the good sense not to say anything."All this is very extraordinary," said Chateau-Renaud;"still, what I admire the most, I confess, is the marvellouspromptitude with which your orders are executed. Is it nottrue that you only bought this house five or six days ago?"


1.  "Yes, yes," said Albert, "and may there remain only theeternal friendship which I promised to my deliverer, whichshall be transmitted to our children's children, and shallalways remind me that I owe my life and the honor of my nameto you, -- for had this been known, oh, Beauchamp, I shouldhave destroyed myself; or, -- no, my poor mother! I couldnot have killed her by the same blow, -- I should have fledfrom my country."
2.  "Oh, such a dreadful thing, that I don't dare to tell you."
3.  "A letter?"
4、  "Or, as you are a Corsican, that you had been unable toresist the desire of making a `stiff,' as you call it."
5、  "Willingly. M. Danglars dined with me."




  • 张成泽 08-04

      "If it were not ridiculous to make a display of our triumph,I would invite the count to our house; besides that, hedoubtless has some trembling heart to comfort. So we willtake leave of our friend, and let him hasten home."

  • 图波列夫 08-04

      "Prophets of evil are not in favor at the court, father."

  • 刘瑞龙 08-04

       "Do you think the Count of Monte Cristo had ever been inFrance before he made this visit to Paris?"

  • 甘国田 08-04

      "Really?" said Danglars. "Well, this surprises me, for Ithought you took the liveliest interest in all my affairs!"

  • 刘雪枫 08-03

    {  "What is the matter?" said the count.

  • 张桂云 08-02

      She loved Villefort, and he left her at the moment he wasabout to become her husband. Villefort knew not when heshould return, and Renee, far from pleading for Dantes,hated the man whose crime separated her from her lover.}

  • 林巧玲 08-02

      "Well, but he is a charming young man, according to myideas."

  • 林保怡 08-02

      "The jeweller, meanwhile, was humming a song as he stoodwarming his back at the fire La Carconte had kindled to drythe wet garments of her guest; and this done, she nextoccupied herself in arranging his supper, by spreading anapkin at the end of the table, and placing on it theslender remains of their dinner, to which she added three orfour fresh-laid eggs. Caderousse had once more parted withhis treasure -- the banknotes were replaced in thepocket-book, the gold put back into the bag, and the wholecarefully locked in the cupboard. He then began pacing theroom with a pensive and gloomy air, glancing from time totime at the jeweller, who stood reeking with the steam fromhis wet clothes, and merely changing his place on the warmhearth, to enable the whole of his garments to be dried.

  • 达尼尔萨 08-01

       "Gentlemen," said Chateau-Renaud, "it is not Morcerf comingin that carriage; -- faith, it is Franz and Debray!" The twoyoung men he announced were indeed approaching. "What chancebrings you here, gentlemen?" said Chateau-Renaud, shakinghands with each of them. "Because," said Debray, "Albertsent this morning to request us to come." Beauchamp andChateau-Renaud exchanged looks of astonishment. "I think Iunderstand his reason," said Morrel.

  • 陈琛容 07-30

    {  "Into what room did you take him?"

  • 张文远 07-30

      "`The public is informed that on Wednesday, February 23d,being the first day of the Carnival, executions will takeplace in the Piazza del Popolo, by order of the Tribunal ofthe Rota, of two persons, named Andrea Rondola, and Peppino,otherwise called Rocca Priori; the former found guilty ofthe murder of a venerable and exemplary priest, named DonCesare Torlini, canon of the church of St. John Lateran; andthe latter convicted of being an accomplice of the atrociousand sanguinary bandit, Luigi Vampa, and his band. Thefirst-named malefactor will be subjected to the mazzuola,the second culprit beheaded. The prayers of all goodChristians are entreated for these unfortunate men, that itmay please God to awaken them to a sense of their guilt, andto grant them a hearty and sincere repentance for theircrimes.'"