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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I have sent for one," replied the abbe.
2.  "I forewarn you, Signor Pastrini, that I shall not believeone word of what you are going to tell us; having told youthis, begin."
3.  "Yes."
4.  "Good heavens, what are you telling me?"
5.  When Franz returned to himself, he seemed still to be in adream. He thought himself in a sepulchre, into which a rayof sunlight in pity scarcely penetrated. He stretched forthhis hand, and touched stone; he rose to his seat, and foundhimself lying on his bournous in a bed of dry heather, verysoft and odoriferous. The vision had fled; and as if thestatues had been but shadows from the tomb, they hadvanished at his waking. He advanced several paces towardsthe point whence the light came, and to all the excitementof his dream succeeded the calmness of reality. He foundthat he was in a grotto, went towards the opening, andthrough a kind of fanlight saw a blue sea and an azure sky.The air and water were shining in the beams of the morningsun; on the shore the sailors were sitting, chatting andlaughing; and at ten yards from them the boat was at anchor,undulating gracefully on the water. There for some time heenjoyed the fresh breeze which played on his brow, andlistened to the dash of the waves on the beach, that leftagainst the rocks a lace of foam as white as silver. He wasfor some time without reflection or thought for the divinecharm which is in the things of nature, specially after afantastic dream; then gradually this view of the outerworld, so calm, so pure, so grand, reminded him of theillusiveness of his vision, and once more awakened memory.He recalled his arrival on the island, his presentation to asmuggler chief, a subterranean palace full of splendor, anexcellent supper, and a spoonful of hashish. It seemed,however, even in the very face of open day, that at least ayear had elapsed since all these things had passed, so deepwas the impression made in his mind by the dream, and sostrong a hold had it taken of his imagination. Thus everynow and then he saw in fancy amid the sailors, seated on arock, or undulating in the vessel, one of the shadows whichhad shared his dream with looks and kisses. Otherwise, hishead was perfectly clear, and his body refreshed; he wasfree from the slightest headache; on the contrary, he felt acertain degree of lightness, a faculty for absorbing thepure air, and enjoying the bright sunshine more vividly thanever.
6.  "Do not do anything of the sort; for were the gentleman aMontmorency, and the diplomatist a Metternich, we willbreakfast at eleven; in the meantime, follow Debray'sexample, and take a glass of sherry and a biscuit."


1.  "Well, then," replied the major, "they paid me 50,000 francsdown."
2.  "Are you sure of it?" asked Albert.
3.  "I recognize them," said Morrel, whose face was suffused, ashe thought that, for the first time in his life, he would beunable to honor his own signature. "Is this all?"
4.  "Thank you," said Albert, with a cold and formal bow.
5.  "No, lest on the first demonstration I make in favor ofMehemet Ali, the Sultan send me the bowstring, and make mysecretaries strangle me."
6.  "Ah," responded Sinbad, laughing with his singular laughwhich displayed his white and sharp teeth. "You have notguessed rightly. Such as you see me I am, a sort ofphilosopher, and one day perhaps I shall go to Paris torival Monsieur Appert, and the little man in the bluecloak."


1.  "And Dauphine, sir?" inquired the king, of Villefort. "Doyou think it possible to rouse that as well as Provence?"
2.  "Now, then, to breakfast," said Beauchamp; "for, if Iremember, you told me you only expected two persons,Albert."
3.  "By what right, sir?"
4.  "But," replied Franz, "this ambrosia, no doubt, in passingthrough mortal hands has lost its heavenly appellation andassumed a human name; in vulgar phrase, what may you termthis composition, for which, to tell the truth, I do notfeel any particular desire?"
5.   He would have been discovered by the beating of his heart,if by any mischance the jailers had entered at that moment.Dantes might have waited until the evening visit was over,but he was afraid that the governor would change his mind,and order the dead body to be removed earlier. In that casehis last hope would have been destroyed. Now his plans werefully made, and this is what he intended to do. If while hewas being carried out the grave-diggers should discover thatthey were bearing a live instead of a dead body, Dantes didnot intend to give them time to recognize him, but with asudden cut of the knife, he meant to open the sack from topto bottom, and, profiting by their alarm, escape; if theytried to catch him, he would use his knife to betterpurpose.
6.  "Yes."


1.  "No, no, I will be on the ground at the proper time; but inmy opinion (and I have a right to dictate the preliminaries,as it is I who have received the provocation) -- in myopinion the time ought not to be yet. I know you to be wellskilled in the management of the sword, while I am onlymoderately so; I know, too, that you are a good marksman --there we are about equal. I know that a duel between us twowould be a serious affair, because you are brave, and I ambrave also. I do not therefore wish either to kill you, orto be killed myself without a cause. Now, I am going to puta question to you, and one very much to the purpose too. Doyou insist on this retractation so far as to kill me if I donot make it, although I have repeated more than once, andaffirmed on my honor, that I was ignorant of the thing withwhich you charge me, and although I still declare that it isimpossible for any one but you to recognize the Count ofMorcerf under the name of Fernand?"
2.  "I am all attention," said the abbe.
3.  "And I as a dutiful son, as they choose that I shall bedescended from you."
4、  The door was wide open, a hackney-coach was standing in themiddle of the yard -- a strange sight before so noble amansion; the count looked at it with terror, but withoutdaring to inquire its meaning, he rushed towards hisapartment. Two persons were coming down the stairs; he hadonly time to creep into an alcove to avoid them. It wasMercedes leaning on her son's arm and leaving the house.They passed close by the unhappy being, who, concealedbehind the damask curtain, almost felt Mercedes dress brushpast him, and his son's warm breath, pronouncing thesewords, -- "Courage, mother! Come, this is no longer ourhome!" The words died away, the steps were lost in thedistance. The general drew himself up, clinging to thecurtain; he uttered the most dreadful sob which ever escapedfrom the bosom of a father abandoned at the same time by hiswife and son. He soon heard the clatter of the iron step ofthe hackney-coach, then the coachman's voice, and then therolling of the heavy vehicle shook the windows. He darted tohis bedroom to see once more all he had loved in the world;but the hackney-coach drove on and the head of neitherMercedes nor her son appeared at the window to take a lastlook at the house or the deserted father and husband. And atthe very moment when the wheels of that coach crossed thegateway a report was heard, and a thick smoke escapedthrough one of the panes of the window, which was broken bythe explosion.
5、  "Do you know," said Franz, "I have a very great inclinationto judge for myself of the truth or exaggeration of youreulogies."




  • 张斌生 08-04

      Owing to this change, the worthy shipowner became at thatmoment -- we will not say all powerful, because Morrel was aprudent and rather a timid man, so much so, that many of themost zealous partisans of Bonaparte accused him of"moderation" -- but sufficiently influential to make ademand in favor of Dantes.

  • 黄建波 08-04

      "Maximilian," replied Morrel, looking fixedly at his son,"you are a man, and a man of honor. Come, and I will explainto you."

  • 陈宏 08-04

       "Haidee, still calm, but with a calmness more dreadful thanthe anger of another would have been, handed to thepresident the record of her sale, written in Arabic. It hadbeen supposed some of the papers might be in the Arabian,Romaic, or Turkish language, and the interpreter of theHouse was in attendance. One of the noble peers, who wasfamiliar with the Arabic language, having studied it duringthe famous Egyptian campaign, followed with his eye as thetranslator read aloud: --

  • 张君瑞 08-04

      "And what is the news?"

  • 梁勋明 08-03

    {  "Yes, madame," replied Villefort, "it is not only projectedbut arranged."

  • 向华燕 08-02

      "And yet it has not prevented your sending for me to play mesome trick."}

  • 张晓强 08-02

      "Well, my dear viscount," said Monte Cristo, "I have aninfallible remedy to propose to you."

  • 鲁道源 08-02

      "Well, in the Champs Elysees there resides a very richgentleman."

  • 胡瑞连 08-01

       "You had never spoken of them yourself to any one?"

  • 博格 07-30

    {  "You shall pass it by twenty fathoms."

  • 瓦塞林 07-30

      "The three millions are probably on the road."