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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Because it is a secret just discovered."
2.  "No, it would delay me, and I need the fatigue you warn meof; it will do me good." Albert reeled as if he had beenshot, and fell on a chair near the door. Monte Cristo didnot see this second manifestation of physical exhaustion; hewas at the window, calling, "Ali, a horse for M. de Morcerf-- quick! he is in a hurry!" These words restored Albert; hedarted from the room, followed by the count. "Thank you!"cried he, throwing himself on his horse. "Return as soon asyou can, Florentin. Must I use any password to procure ahorse?"
3.  "I desire but one thing in this world, Edmond, -- thehappiness of my son."
4.  It had been agreed that the old man should express hisapprobation by closing his eyes, his refusal by winking themseveral times, and if he had some desire or feeling toexpress, he raised them to heaven. If he wanted Valentine,he closed his right eye only, and if Barrois, the left. AtMadame de Villefort's proposition he instantly winked hiseyes. Provoked by a complete refusal, she bit her lip andsaid, "Then shall I send Valentine to you?" The old manclosed his eyes eagerly, thereby intimating that such washis wish. M. and Madame de Villefort bowed and left theroom, giving orders that Valentine should be summoned to hergrandfather's presence, and feeling sure that she would havemuch to do to restore calmness to the perturbed spirit ofthe invalid. Valentine, with a color still heightened byemotion, entered the room just after her parents had quittedit. One look was sufficient to tell her that her grandfatherwas suffering, and that there was much on his mind which hewas wishing to communicate to her. "Dear grandpapa," criedshe, "what has happened? They have vexed you, and you areangry?" The paralytic closed his eyes in token of assent."Who has displeased you? Is it my father?"
5.  "What nonsense!" said Franz, reseating himself.
6.  "Oh, by the house of Fenzi, one of the best in Florence."


1.  "He is gone! Gone, never to return!"
2.  "What is it?"
3.  "And you will pay" --
4.  He would fain have gazed upon his gold, and yet he had notstrength enough; for an instant he leaned his head in hishands as if to prevent his senses from leaving him, and thenrushed madly about the rocks of Monte Cristo, terrifying thewild goats and scaring the sea-fowls with his wild cries andgestures; then he returned, and, still unable to believe theevidence of his senses, rushed into the grotto, and foundhimself before this mine of gold and jewels. This time hefell on his knees, and, clasping his hands convulsively,uttered a prayer intelligible to God alone. He soon becamecalmer and more happy, for only now did he begin to realizehis felicity. He then set himself to work to count hisfortune. There were a thousand ingots of gold, each weighingfrom two to three pounds; then he piled up twenty-fivethousand crowns, each worth about eighty francs of ourmoney, and bearing the effigies of Alexander VI. and hispredecessors; and he saw that the complement was not halfempty. And he measured ten double handfuls of pearls,diamonds, and other gems, many of which, mounted by the mostfamous workmen, were valuable beyond their intrinsic worth.Dantes saw the light gradually disappear, and fearing to besurprised in the cavern, left it, his gun in his hand. Apiece of biscuit and a small quantity of rum formed hissupper, and he snatched a few hours' sleep, lying over themouth of the cave.
5.  Albert listened, trembling now with hope, then with anger,and then again with shame, for from Beauchamp's confidencehe knew his father was guilty, and he asked himself how,since he was guilty, he could prove his innocence. Beauchamphesitated to continue his narrative. "What next?" askedAlbert.
6.  "I watched you during the whole scene of that challengeyesterday; I have been thinking of your firmness all night,and I said to myself that justice must be on your side, orman's countenance is no longer to be relied on."


1.  "He will be condemned, will he not?" asked Debray ofBeauchamp.
2.  "Count for yourself."
3.  "Yes; I showed it to him."
4.  "What is it, then?" asked the young girl. "Perhaps you thinkI shall abandon you, dear grandpapa, and that I shall forgetyou when I am married?"
5.   "Go, Cornelie," said Madame Danglars, "I do not require youany longer."
6.  "And do you account me that title?"


1.  "My daughter," continued Danglars, "when a father asks hisdaughter to choose a husband, he has always some reason forwishing her to marry. Some are affected with the mania ofwhich you spoke just now, that of living again in theirgrandchildren. This is not my weakness, I tell you at once;family joys have no charm for me. I may acknowledge this toa daughter whom I know to be philosophical enough tounderstand my indifference, and not to impute it to me as acrime."
2.  "I will do anything you desire, except relinquish mydetermination of finding out who this man is. I have morereasons than you can imagine for desiring to know who he is,from whence he came, and whither he is going."
3.  "Yes, especially if you will show me the poor abbe's room."
4、  "Forgive me, sir," said Franz in a resolute tone. "I wouldnot lose this opportunity of proving to M. Noirtier howwrong it would be of him to encourage feelings of dislike tome, which I am determined to conquer, whatever they may be,by my devotion." And without listening to Villefort hearose, and followed Valentine, who was running down-stairswith the joy of a shipwrecked mariner who finds a rock tocling to. M. de Villefort followed them. Chateau-Renaud andMorcerf exchanged a third look of still increasing wonder.
5、  "Ah," said the inspector, "you have not the latest news fromItaly?"




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      "It is singular," said the doctor; "I was not aware thatMadame de Saint-Meran was subject to such hallucinations."

  • 蒋惠岭 08-09

      "Indeed!" said the Englishman.

  • 林俊伟 08-09

       "Then the police have vainly tried to lay hands on him?"

  • 谢贵明 08-09

      "I ask you only how your engagement stands? Pray put noconstruction on my words I do not mean they should convey,and give them no undue weight."

  • 房东升 08-08

    {  "Indeed, my dear friend," said M. d'Avrigny, "I would notaccuse any one; I speak only of an accident, you understand,-- of a mistake, -- but whether accident or mistake, thefact is there; it is on my conscience and compels me tospeak aloud to you. Make inquiry."

  • 埃罗 08-07

      "And who thus advised you?"}

  • 崔夏宜 08-07

      "It is not for herself that she is so, but for her son, andwhat you regard as a vice becomes almost a virtue whenlooked at in the light of maternal love."

  • 徐晓华 08-07

      The Young Amelia had a very active crew, very obedient totheir captain, who lost as little time as possible. He hadscarcely been a week at Leghorn before the hold of hisvessel was filled with printed muslins, contraband cottons,English powder, and tobacco on which the excise hadforgotten to put its mark. The master was to get all thisout of Leghorn free of duties, and land it on the shores ofCorsica, where certain speculators undertook to forward thecargo to France. They sailed; Edmond was again cleaving theazure sea which had been the first horizon of his youth, andwhich he had so often dreamed of in prison. He left Gorgoneon his right and La Pianosa on his left, and went towardsthe country of Paoli and Napoleon. The next morning going ondeck, as he always did at an early hour, the patron foundDantes leaning against the bulwarks gazing with intenseearnestness at a pile of granite rocks, which the rising suntinged with rosy light. It was the Island of Monte Cristo.The Young Amelia left it three-quarters of a league to thelarboard, and kept on for Corsica.

  • 黄崇胜 08-06

       "Come, come, calm yourself. You will excite your blood, andthat would produce an appetite it would require a million aday to satisfy. Be more economical."

  • 姜鸣 08-04

    {  "By no means. He is a perfect nobleman, very polite, modest,and agreeable, such as may be found constantly in Italy,descendants of very ancient families. I have met him severaltimes at Florence, Bologna and Lucca, and he has nowcommunicated to me the fact of his arrival in Paris. Theacquaintances one makes in travelling have a sort of claimon one; they everywhere expect to receive the same attentionwhich you once paid them by chance, as though the civilitiesof a passing hour were likely to awaken any lasting interestin favor of the man in whose society you may happen to bethrown in the course of your journey. This good MajorCavalcanti is come to take a second view of Paris, which heonly saw in passing through in the time of the Empire, whenhe was on his way to Moscow. I shall give him a good dinner,he will confide his son to my care, I will promise to watchover him, I shall let him follow in whatever path his follymay lead him, and then I shall have done my part."

  • 团丁 08-04

      "Why, in truth, sir," was Monte Cristo's reply, "man is butan ugly caterpillar for him who studies him through a solarmicroscope; but you said, I think, that I had nothing elseto do. Now, really, let me ask, sir, have you? -- do youbelieve you have anything to do? or to speak in plain terms,do you really think that what you do deserves being calledanything?"