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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Too true, too true!" ejaculated Caderousse, almostsuffocated by the contending passions which assailed him,"the poor old man did die."
2.  "But it was on leaving this club," said he, "my fatherdisappeared." Noirtier's eye continued to say, "Read." Heresumed: --
3.  "Ah, my father!" said Franz, interrupting himself. "Iunderstand now why they murdered him." Valentine could nothelp casting one glance towards the young man, whose filialenthusiasm it was delightful to behold. Villefort walked toand fro behind them. Noirtier watched the expression of eachone, and preserved his dignified and commanding attitude.Franz returned to the manuscript, and continued: --
4.  Danglars reflected for a moment. "Then, M. Morrel, I beg ofyou," said he, "not to say a word to Dantes on the subject.I may have been mistaken."
5.  Chapter 37The Catacombs of Saint Sebastian.
6.  "Oh, pray be assured of that." Franz took his hat and wentaway in haste. He had sent away his carriage with orders forit to fetch him at two o'clock; fortunately the PalazzoBracciano, which is on one side in the Corso, and on theother in the Square of the Holy Apostles, is hardly tenminutes' walk from the Hotel de Londres. As he came near thehotel, Franz saw a man in the middle of the street. He hadno doubt that it was the messenger from Albert. The man waswrapped up in a large cloak. He went up to him, but, to hisextreme astonishment, the stranger first addressed him."What wants your excellency of me?" inquired the man,retreating a step or two, as if to keep on his guard.


1.  "Yes," replied Madame de Villefort; "and, would you believeit, count" --
2.  "Ah, Maximilian, that is the very thing that makes you sobold, and which renders me at once so happy and unhappy,that I frequently ask myself whether it is better for me toendure the harshness of my mother-in-law, and her blindpreference for her own child, or to be, as I now am,insensible to any pleasure save such as I find in thesemeetings, so fraught with danger to both."
3.  "Indeed," said the Italian, "was your excellency then awareof my visit?"
4.  "Edmond Dantes."
5.  "Now, could any one have had any interest in preventing theaccomplishment of these two things? But let us first settlethe question as to its being the interest of any one tohinder you from being captain of the Pharaon. What say you?"
6.  "See, sir," replied Caderousse, "in this corner is acrucifix in holy wood -- here on this shelf is my wife'stestament; open this book, and I will swear upon it with myhand on the crucifix. I will swear to you by my soul'ssalvation, my faith as a Christian, I have told everythingto you as it occurred, and as the recording angel will tellit to the ear of God at the day of the last judgment!"


1.  He remained silent, his eyes fixed upon the light; the boatwent on, but the prisoner thought only of Mercedes. Anintervening elevation of land hid the light. Dantes turnedand perceived that they had got out to sea. While he hadbeen absorbed in thought, they had shipped their oars andhoisted sail; the boat was now moving with the wind.
2.  "So can I," said the Englishman, and he laughed too; but helaughed as the English do, "at the end of his teeth."
3.  "No, lest on the first demonstration I make in favor ofMehemet Ali, the Sultan send me the bowstring, and make mysecretaries strangle me."
4.  "A delay would save my honor, and consequently my life."
5.   "Hold your tongue! The men are all infamous, and I am happyto be able now to do more than detest them -- I despisethem."
6.  "Come, come," said the young man, "a glass of wine, father,will revive you. Where do you keep your wine?"


1.  "Yes; and I wrote, and will show you my correspondence, ifyou like." Albert and Beauchamp looked at each other. "Sir,"said Beauchamp, who had not yet spoken, "you appear toaccuse the count, who is absent from Paris at this moment,and cannot justify himself."
2.  "What would you have? 'Tis like a duel. I have alreadyrecorded sentence of death, five or six times, against themovers of political conspiracies, and who can say how manydaggers may be ready sharpened, and only waiting a favorableopportunity to be buried in my heart?"
3.  "Then will she die too?" asked d'Avrigny, fixing hispenetrating gaze on Noirtier. He watched the effect of thisquestion on the old man. "No," replied he with an air oftriumph which would have puzzled the most clever diviner."Then you hope?" said d'Avrigny, with surprise.
4、  The case was therefore prepared owing to the incessant laborof Villefort, who wished it to be the first on the list inthe coming assizes. He had been obliged to seclude himselfmore than ever, to evade the enormous number of applicationspresented to him for the purpose of obtaining tickets ofadmission to the court on the day of trial. And then soshort a time had elapsed since the death of poor Valentine,and the gloom which overshadowed the house was so recent,that no one wondered to see the father so absorbed in hisprofessional duties, which were the only means he had ofdissipating his grief.
5、  "He remained there fourteen years, Morrel," said the count,placing his hand on the young man's shoulder. Maximilianshuddered.




  • 苗谦 08-03

      "Why, what good would it do?" asked Caderousse. "If the poorlad were living, and came to me and begged that I wouldcandidly tell which were his true and which his falsefriends, why, perhaps, I should not hesitate. But you tellme he is no more, and therefore can have nothing to do withhatred or revenge, so let all such feeling be buried withhim."

  • 单炎炎 08-03

      "Shall we make a positive appointment for a particular dayand hour?" inquired the count; "only let me warn you that Iam proverbial for my punctilious exactitude in keeping myengagements."

  • 文森特·泽卡 08-03

       "Well; what of the postscript?"

  • 阚延长 08-03

      These words had scarcely escaped him, when the carriage wason its way, and the feet of the horses struck a shower ofsparks from the pavement. Maximilian settled himself in hiscorner without uttering a word. Half an hour had passed whenthe carriage stopped suddenly; the count had just pulled thesilken check-string, which was fastened to Ali's finger. TheNubian immediately descended and opened the carriage door.It was a lovely starlight night -- they had just reached thetop of the hill Villejuif, from whence Paris appears like asombre sea tossing its millions of phosphoric waves intolight -- waves indeed more noisy, more passionate, morechangeable, more furious, more greedy, than those of thetempestuous ocean, -- waves which never rest as those of thesea sometimes do, -- waves ever dashing, ever foaming, everingulfing what falls within their grasp. The count stoodalone, and at a sign from his hand, the carriage went on fora short distance. With folded arms, he gazed for some timeupon the great city. When he had fixed his piercing look onthis modern Babylon, which equally engages the contemplationof the religious enthusiast, the materialist, and thescoffer, -- "Great city," murmured he, inclining his head,and joining his hands as if in prayer, "less than six monthshave elapsed since first I entered thy gates. I believe thatthe Spirit of God led my steps to thee and that he alsoenables me to quit thee in triumph; the secret cause of mypresence within thy walls I have confided alone to him whoonly has had the power to read my heart. God only knows thatI retire from thee without pride or hatred, but not withoutmany regrets; he only knows that the power confided to mehas never been made subservient to my personal good or toany useless cause. Oh, great city, it is in thy palpitatingbosom that I have found that which I sought; like a patientminer, I have dug deep into thy very entrails to root outevil thence. Now my work is accomplished, my mission isterminated, now thou canst neither afford me pain norpleasure. Adieu, Paris, adieu!"

  • 曹歧 08-02

    {  "Then it is settled," said the count, "and I give you mysolemn assurance that I only waited an opportunity like thepresent to realize plans that I have long meditated." Franzdid not doubt that these plans were the same concerningwhich the count had dropped a few words in the grotto ofMonte Cristo, and while the Count was speaking the young manwatched him closely, hoping to read something of his purposein his face, but his countenance was inscrutable especiallywhen, as in the present case, it was veiled in a sphinx-likesmile. "But tell me now, count," exclaimed Albert, delightedat the idea of having to chaperon so distinguished a personas Monte Cristo; "tell me truly whether you are in earnest,or if this project of visiting Paris is merely one of thechimerical and uncertain air castles of which we make somany in the course of our lives, but which, like a housebuilt on the sand, is liable to be blown over by the firstpuff of wind?"

  • 方大为 08-01

      "Well," replied Monte Cristo, "it will be the way, everybodysays, of trebling your fortune in twelve months. BaronDanglars is a good father, and knows how to calculate."}

  • 李国东 08-01

      "Touch nothing, my little friend," cried the count eagerly;"some of those liquids are not only dangerous to taste, buteven to inhale."

  • 刘晓翠 08-01

      "Yes; read it." And the baroness took from her pocket aletter which she gave to Debray. Debray paused a momentbefore reading, as if trying to guess its contents, orperhaps while making up his mind how to act, whatever itmight contain. No doubt his ideas were arranged in a fewminutes, for he began reading the letter which caused somuch uneasiness in the heart of the baroness, and which ranas follows: --

  • 穆合塔尔·买合苏提 07-31

       "After all," said the inspector, "if he had been rich, hewould not have been here." So the matter ended for the AbbeFaria. He remained in his cell, and this visit onlyincreased the belief in his insanity.

  • 陈斯斯 07-29

    {  "Yet he considered you the cause of his father's dishonor,the cause of the fearful ruin which has fallen on my house."

  • 喻树迅 07-29

      "Go, then," she said with a charming smile, whichaccompanied him until he had disappeared. Monte Cristo soonran up the staircase conducting from the ground-floor toMaximilian's room; when he reached the landing he listenedattentively, but all was still. Like many old housesoccupied by a single family, the room door was panelled withglass; but it was locked, Maximilian was shut in, and it wasimpossible to see what was passing in the room, because ared curtain was drawn before the glass. The count's anxietywas manifested by a bright color which seldom appeared onthe face of that imperturbable man.