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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My good friend, as in all probability I own my presentsafety to that influence, it would ill become me to searchtoo closely into its source; therefore, instead ofcondemning him for his intimacy with outlaws, you must giveme leave to excuse any little irregularity there may be insuch a connection; not altogether for preserving my life,for my own idea was that it never was in much danger, butcertainly for saving me 4,000 piastres, which, beingtranslated, means neither more nor less than 24,000 livresof our money -- a sum at which, most assuredly, I shouldnever have been estimated in France, proving mostindisputably," added Albert with a laugh, "that no prophetis honored in his own country."
2.  "Poor father!" murmured the priest.
3.  The crowd moved to and fro in the rooms like an ebb and flowof turquoises, rubies, emeralds, opals, and diamonds. Asusual, the oldest women were the most decorated, and theugliest the most conspicuous. If there was a beautiful lily,or a sweet rose, you had to search for it, concealed in somecorner behind a mother with a turban, or an aunt with a birdof paradise.
4.  "I was about to be mustered into the Royal Marines when hefell."
5.  "Well," replied Monte Cristo "suppose, then, that thispoison was brucine, and you were to take a milligramme thefirst day, two milligrammes the second day, and so on. Well,at the end of ten days you would have taken a centigramme,at the end of twenty days, increasing another milligramme,you would have taken three hundred centigrammes; that is tosay, a dose which you would support without inconvenience,and which would be very dangerous for any other person whohad not taken the same precautions as yourself. Well, then,at the end of a month, when drinking water from the samecarafe, you would kill the person who drank with you,without your perceiving, otherwise than from slightinconvenience, that there was any poisonous substancemingled with this water."
6.  "Why?"


1.  Then gloom settled heavily upon him. Dantes was a man ofgreat simplicity of thought, and without education; he couldnot, therefore, in the solitude of his dungeon, traverse inmental vision the history of the ages, bring to life thenations that had perished, and rebuild the ancient cities sovast and stupendous in the light of the imagination, andthat pass before the eye glowing with celestial colors inMartin's Babylonian pictures. He could not do this, he whosepast life was so short, whose present so melancholy, and hisfuture so doubtful. Nineteen years of light to reflect uponin eternal darkness! No distraction could come to his aid;his energetic spirit, that would have exalted in thusrevisiting the past, was imprisoned like an eagle in a cage.He clung to one idea -- that of his happiness, destroyed,without apparent cause, by an unheard-of fatality; heconsidered and reconsidered this idea, devoured it (so tospeak), as the implacable Ugolino devours the skull ofArchbishop Roger in the Inferno of Dante.
2.  "She is a slave whom I bought at Constantinople, madame, thedaughter of a prince. I have adopted her as my daughter,having no one else to love in the world."
3.  "What do they do?"
4.  Danglars again became pale, and hastened to conduct thecount out. Monte Cristo exchanged a ceremonious bow with M.de Boville, who was standing in the waiting-room, and whowas introduced into Danglars' room as soon as the count hadleft. The count's sad face was illumined by a faint smile,as he noticed the portfolio which the receiver-general heldin his hand. At the door he found his carriage, and wasimmediately driven to the bank. Meanwhile Danglars,repressing all emotion, advanced to meet thereceiver-general. We need not say that a smile ofcondescension was stamped upon his lips. "Good-morning,creditor," said he; "for I wager anything it is the creditorwho visits me."
5.  It is probable that if Gaetano had related this previous toproposing the expedition, Franz would have hesitated, butnow that they had started, he thought it would be cowardlyto draw back. He was one of those men who do not rashlycourt danger, but if danger presents itself, combat it withthe most unalterable coolness. Calm and resolute, he treatedany peril as he would an adversary in a duel, -- calculatedits probable method of approach; retreated, if at all, as apoint of strategy and not from cowardice; was quick to seean opening for attack, and won victory at a single thrust."Bah!" said he, "I have travelled through Sicily andCalabria -- I have sailed two months in the Archipelago, andyet I never saw even the shadow of a bandit or a pirate."
6.  "It is not their fault that they are bandits, but that ofthe authorities."


1.  "That you inherit from your mother."
2.  "Then you see, my good fellow, with a cart and a couple ofoxen our business can be managed. The cart must betastefully ornamented; and if you and I dress ourselves asNeapolitan reapers, we may get up a striking tableau, afterthe manner of that splendid picture by Leopold Robert. Itwould add greatly to the effect if the countess would joinus in the costume of a peasant from Puzzoli or Sorrento. Ourgroup would then be quite complete, more especially as thecountess is quite beautiful enough to represent a madonna."
3.  "Yes?"
4.  Albert found in his anteroom two guns, with all theaccoutrements for hunting; a lofty room on the ground-floorcontaining all the ingenious instruments the English --eminent in piscatory pursuits, since they are patient andsluggish -- have invented for fishing. The day passed inpursuing those exercises in which Monte Cristo excelled.They killed a dozen pheasants in the park, as many trout inthe stream, dined in a summer-house overlooking the ocean,and took tea in the library.
5.   "You see, I do not conceal myself."
6.  At the expiration of a year the governor was transferred; hehad obtained charge of the fortress at Ham. He took with himseveral of his subordinates, and amongst them Dantes'jailer. A new governor arrived; it would have been tootedious to acquire the names of the prisoners; he learnedtheir numbers instead. This horrible place contained fiftycells; their inhabitants were designated by the numbers oftheir cell, and the unhappy young man was no longer calledEdmond Dantes -- he was now number 34.


1.  When Franz had finished reading this account, so dreadfulfor a son; when Valentine, pale with emotion, had wiped awaya tear; when Villefort, trembling, and crouched in a corner,had endeavored to lessen the storm by supplicating glancesat the implacable old man, -- "Sir," said d'Epinay toNoirtier, "since you are well acquainted with all thesedetails, which are attested by honorable signatures, --since you appear to take some interest in me, although youhave only manifested it hitherto by causing me sorrow,refuse me not one final satisfaction -- tell me the name ofthe president of the club, that I may at least know whokilled my father." Villefort mechanically felt for thehandle of the door; Valentine, who understood sooner thananyone her grandfather's answer, and who had often seen twoscars upon his right arm, drew back a few steps."Mademoiselle," said Franz, turning towards Valentine,"unite your efforts with mine to find out the name of theman who made me an orphan at two years of age." Valentineremained dumb and motionless.
2.  "Tell him I will come when I leave my dear grandmamma," shereplied, feeling, with true delicacy, that the person towhom she could be of the most service just then was Madamede Saint-Meran. Valentine found her grandmother in bed;silent caresses, heartwrung sobs, broken sighs, burningtears, were all that passed in this sad interview, whileMadame de Villefort, leaning on her husband's arm,maintained all outward forms of respect, at least towardsthe poor widow. She soon whispered to her husband, "I thinkit would be better for me to retire, with your permission,for the sight of me appears still to afflict yourmother-in-law." Madame de Saint-Meran heard her. "Yes, yes,"she said softly to Valentine, "let her leave; but do youstay." Madame de Villefort left, and Valentine remainedalone beside the bed, for the procureur, overcome withastonishment at the unexpected death, had followed his wife.Meanwhile, Barrois had returned for the first time to oldNoirtier, who having heard the noise in the house, had, aswe have said, sent his old servant to inquire the cause; onhis return, his quick intelligent eye interrogated themessenger. "Alas, sir," exclaimed Barrois, "a greatmisfortune has happened. Madame de Saint-Meran has arrived,and her husband is dead!"
3.  "How very astonishing!" cried he at length. "Why yourwriting exactly resembles that of the accusation."
4、  "Ah," said Villefort, smiling, "I confess I should like tobe warned when one of these beings is in contact with me."
5、  Dantes could not understand a man risking his life for suchmatters. Napoleon certainly he knew something of, inasmuchas he had seen and spoken with him; but of Clement VII. andAlexander VI. he knew nothing.




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