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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Chapter 113The Past.
2.  "I have no money to pay my bill, but I am not a dishonestman; I leave behind me as a pledge this pin, worth ten timesthe amount. I shall be excused for leaving at daybreak, forI was ashamed."
3.  "I do not understand you."
4.  No, no, doubtless he was deceived, and it was but one ofthose dreams that forerun death!
5.  "Dear child!" said Mercedes, endeavoring in vain to restraina tear which glistened in the corner of her eye. "Indeed,you only wanted misfortune to change my love for you toadmiration. I am not unhappy while I possess my son!"
6.  "In the street."


1.  An old man, decorated with the cross of Saint Louis, nowrose and proposed the health of King Louis XVIII. It was theMarquis de Saint-Meran. This toast, recalling at once thepatient exile of Hartwell and the peace-loving King ofFrance, excited universal enthusiasm; glasses were elevatedin the air a l'Anglais, and the ladies, snatching theirbouquets from their fair bosoms, strewed the table withtheir floral treasures. In a word, an almost poetical fervorprevailed.
2.  "He did not speak to me of it," replied the shipowner; "butif there be any letter he will give it to me."
3.  "I am sure of it."
4.  "Ah, I know," said she, lowering her voice and going closeto the old man. "They have been speaking of my marriage, --have they not?"
5.  "Yes."
6.  A long silence followed; the peach, like the grapes, fell tothe ground. "Count," added Mercedes with a supplicatingglance, "there is a beautiful Arabian custom, which makeseternal friends of those who have together eaten bread andsalt under the same roof."


1.  "He is a charming young man," said Monte Cristo "and I felta lively interest in him the very first evening of myintroduction, when I met him in search of a supper, andprevailed upon him to accept a portion of mine. He is, Ithink, the son of General d'Epinay?"
2.  "If I thought happiness might await you in Paris, Morrel, Iwould have left you there."
3.  Albert felt his heart bursting at these particulars, butgratitude mingled with his sorrow: he would gladly haveembraced those who had given his father this proof of esteemat a moment when his honor was so powerfully attacked. "Atthis moment one of the door-keepers brought in a letter forthe president. `You are at liberty to speak, M. de Morcerf,'said the president, as he unsealed the letter; and the countbegan his defence, I assure you, Albert, in a most eloquentand skilful manner. He produced documents proving that theVizier of Yanina had up to the last moment honored him withhis entire confidence, since he had interested him with anegotiation of life and death with the emperor. He producedthe ring, his mark of authority, with which Ali Pashagenerally sealed his letters, and which the latter had givenhim, that he might, on his return at any hour of the day ornight, gain access to the presence, even in the harem.Unfortunately, the negotiation failed, and when he returnedto defend his benefactor, he was dead. `But,' said thecount, `so great was Ali Pasha's confidence, that on hisdeath-bed he resigned his favorite mistress and her daughterto my care.'" Albert started on hearing these words; thehistory of Haidee recurred to him, and he remembered whatshe had said of that message and the ring, and the manner inwhich she had been sold and made a slave. "And what effectdid this discourse produce?" anxiously inquired Albert. "Iacknowledge it affected me, and, indeed, all the committeealso," said Beauchamp.
4.  "No, sir, I am alone in the world."
5.   "How?"
6.  "On my word," said Albert, "you astonish me by the extent ofyour knowledge. Take a cigar."


1.  "Well, then, hearken to me."
2.  "And when you know, will you tell me?"
3.  "Tell me of those men," said the abbe, "and remember too,"he added in an almost menacing tone, "you have promised totell me everything. Tell me, therefore, who are these menwho killed the son with despair, and the father withfamine?"
4、  "What time is it now?"
5、  "Good! Gendarmes, I am at your service. Ah, sir, do leave afew crowns for me at the gate that I may have some things Iam in need of!"




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      "But he met here M. Andrea Cavalcanti."

  • 孙英伟 08-06

      "Yes; it will. I must seem to you by no means curious, but Iassure you that it is not my fault I have delayed it so long-- it will happen one day or the other."

  • 贺霞 08-06

       "Precisely!" cried Albert. "Well, he of whom I speak is thelord and master of this grain of sand, of this atom; he haspurchased the title of count somewhere in Tuscany."

  • 刘贤春 08-06

      "He is gone! Gone, never to return!"

  • 沈健 08-05

    {  "Die? and why so? Who talks of dying? Whence have you theseideas of death?"

  • 卓鸿飞 08-04

      "Poor, dear woman," said Debray, "she is no doubt occupiedin distilling balm for the hospitals, or in making cosmeticsfor herself or friends. Do you know she spends two or threethousand crowns a year in this amusement? But I wonder sheis not here. I should have been pleased to see her, for Ilike her very much."}

  • 林漳生 08-04

      "`Are you mad, uncle?' (he called me by this name when hewas in good humor); `do you think I am going to change thelife I lead for your mode of existence -- my agreeableindolence for the hard and precarious toil you impose onyourself, exposed to the bitter frost at night, and thescorching heat by day, compelled to conceal yourself, andwhen you are perceived, receive a volley of bullets, all toearn a paltry sum? Why, I have as much money as I want;mother Assunta always furnishes me when I ask for it! Yousee that I should be a fool to accept your offer.' Thearguments, and his audacity, perfectly stupefied me.Benedetto rejoined his associates, and I saw him from adistance point me out to them as a fool."

  • 洛姆 08-04

      "Why not?"

  • 戚务生 08-03

       Villefort complied, and they passed on to the dining-room.

  • 张钧甯 08-01

    {  "Hush, the curtain is rising. Listen! I never lose a note ofthis opera if I can avoid it; the music of William Tell isso sweet."

  • 潘进 08-01

      "I must try and persuade M. Danglars to invite him to a ballor dinner, or something of the sort, that he may becompelled to ask us in return."