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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Ah, sir!" cried the countess, "how terrible a vengeance fora fault which fatality made me commit! -- for I am the onlyculprit, Edmond, and if you owe revenge to any one, it is tome, who had not fortitude to bear your absence and mysolitude."
2.  "Certainly, every one who has come from Palermo, Naples, orRome to France by sea must know it, since he has passedclose to it and must have seen it."
3.  "Because yesterday, or the day before, they lost sight ofhim at the corner of the Rue Coq-Heron."
4.  "Poor Fernand has been dismissed," continued Caderousse.
5.  "Unfortunately, madame," answered Villefort, "the strong armof the law is not called upon to interfere until the evilhas taken place."
6.  "Well, I will immediately call on M. Danglars, and tell himthat my mother and myself must leave Paris to-morrow. I havenot seen you, consequently I know nothing of your dinner."


1.  This was another little piece of Italian the baron hadlearned from hearing his daughter sing Italian duets withCavalcanti. But mio caro did not reply. Danglars then openedthe window.
2.  "No matter; I know it." The count knit his brows, andremained silent an instant. "And if I went to seek Vampa,would you accompany me?"
3.  "There's a life for you," said Caderousse; "a town house anda country house."
4.  * "The wicked are great drinkers of waterAs the flood proved once for all."
5.  Edmond preserved the most admirable self-command, notsuffering the faintest indication of a smile to escape himat the enumeration of all the benefits he would have reapedhad he been able to quit the island; but as The Young Ameliahad merely come to Monte Cristo to fetch him away, heembarked that same evening, and proceeded with the captainto Leghorn. Arrived at Leghorn, he repaired to the house ofa Jew, a dealer in precious stones, to whom he disposed offour of his smallest diamonds for five thousand francs each.Dantes half feared that such valuable jewels in the hands ofa poor sailor like himself might excite suspicion; but thecunning purchaser asked no troublesome questions concerninga bargain by which he gained a round profit of at leasteighty per cent.
6.  "True, true!" said Caderousse in a choking voice, "I wasthere."


1.  "Did you notice the symptoms of the disease to which Madamede Saint-Meran has fallen a victim?"
2.  "Oh, yes -- yes, I do, sir; it is the pede claudo of theancients. I know all that, for it is with the justice of allcountries especially that I have occupied myself -- it iswith the criminal procedure of all nations that I havecompared natural justice, and I must say, sir, that it isthe law of primitive nations, that is, the law ofretaliation, that I have most frequently found to beaccording to the law of God."
3.  "To your apartments, perhaps; but he will not make anydifficulty at entering mine." The count went to the windowof the apartment that looked on to the street, and whistledin a peculiar manner. The man in the mantle quitted thewall, and advanced into the middle of the street. "Salite!"said the count, in the same tone in which he would havegiven an order to his servant. The messenger obeyed withoutthe least hesitation, but rather with alacrity, and,mounting the steps at a bound, entered the hotel; fiveseconds afterwards he was at the door of the room. "Ah, itis you, Peppino," said the count. But Peppino, instead ofanswering, threw himself on his knees, seized the count'shand, and covered it with kisses. "Ah," said the count, "youhave, then, not forgotten that I saved your life; that isstrange, for it is a week ago."
4.  "Yes," said the physician, "I repeat it; she is still alive,and I am astonished at it."
5.   "A man, too, who could boast of Dante for a genealogist, andcould reckon back to the `Divine Comedy.'"
6.  "Ah, sir," exclaimed Madame de Villefort, clasping herhands, "what do you say?"


1.  "My dear viscount," said Monte Cristo gravely, "you musthave seen before to-day that at all times and in all placesI have been at your disposal, but the service which you havejust demanded of me is one which it is out of my power torender you."
2.  "Ma foi, it will be as well if he is not," answeredCaderousse; "for if he should be, there will be really nospeaking to him."
3.  "You understand me," replied Villefort, affectionately;"when I say any one, -- pardon my urgency, -- to any oneliving I mean?"
4、  "As your excellency pleases," said Vampa, as he left thecell. Danglars, raving, threw himself on the goat-skin. Whocould these men be? Who was the invisible chief? What couldbe his intentions towards him? And why, when every one elsewas allowed to be ransomed, might he not also be? Oh, yes;certainly a speedy, violent death would be a fine means ofdeceiving these remorseless enemies, who appeared to pursuehim with such incomprehensible vengeance. But to die? Forthe first time in his life, Danglars contemplated death witha mixture of dread and desire; the time had come when theimplacable spectre, which exists in the mind of every humancreature, arrested his attention and called out with everypulsation of his heart, "Thou shalt die!"
5、  "And here is your fowl." Danglars sighed while he carved thefowl; it appeared very thin for the price it had cost. Asfor Peppino, he examined the paper attentively, put it intohis pocket, and continued eating his pease.




  • 束焕 08-05

      "Oh, that is very easily arranged. I have engaged the threelower windows at the Cafe Rospoli; should I have obtainedthe requisite pardon for Peppino, the two outside windowswill be hung with yellow damasks, and the centre with white,having a large cross in red marked on it."

  • 穆泰 08-05

      "And you would be pleased to have, instead of this terraceof twenty feet, an enclosure of two acres?"

  • 范老忍 08-05

       "Dead!" repeated a third voice. "Who said Valentine wasdead?"

  • 沈国放 08-05

      "Tell me what it is."

  • 赵丽珍 08-04

    {  "And what was his reply?"

  • 陈兰华 08-03

      "With Madame Danglars?"}

  • 孟惠忠 08-03

      "Have you the money he demands?"

  • 谌鄂湘 08-03

      At the precise time when Madame Danglars, dressed in blackand concealed in a long veil, was ascending the stairsleading to Debray's apartments, -- notwithstanding theassurances of the concierge that the young man was not athome, -- Debray was occupied in repelling the insinuationsof a friend, who tried to persuade him that after theterrible scene which had just taken place he ought, as afriend of the family, to marry Mademoiselle Danglars and hertwo millions. Debray did not defend himself very warmly, forthe idea had sometimes crossed his mind; still, when herecollected the independent, proud spirit of Eugenie, hepositively rejected it as utterly impossible, though thesame thought again continually recurred and found aresting-place in his heart. Tea, play, and the conversation,which had become interesting during the discussion of suchserious affairs, lasted till one o'clock in the morning.

  • 齐小英 08-02

       "No, indeed, I am not; for I assure you, his power over ourhousehold is almost unlimited. Courted by my step-mother,who regards him as the epitome of human wisdom; admired bymy father, who says he has never before heard such sublimeideas so eloquently expressed; idolized by Edward, who,notwithstanding his fear of the count's large black eyes,runs to meet him the moment he arrives, and opens his hand,in which he is sure to find some delightful present, -- M.de Monte Cristo appears to exert a mysterious and almostuncontrollable influence over all the members of ourfamily."

  • 范静生 07-31

    {  "Go and fetch it."

  • 欧岩峰 07-31

      "Come," he said, as he ascended the stairs leading to hiswife's room, "nothing is changed here." He then closed thedoor of the landing. "No one must disturb us," he said; "Imust speak freely to her, accuse myself, and say" -- heapproached the door, touched the crystal handle, whichyielded to his hand. "Not locked," he cried; "that is well."And he entered the little room in which Edward slept; forthough the child went to school during the day, his mothercould not allow him to be separated from her at night. Witha single glance Villefort's eye ran through the room. "Nothere," he said; "doubtless she is in her bedroom." He rushedtowards the door, found it bolted, and stopped, shuddering."Heloise!" he cried. He fancied he heard the sound of apiece of furniture being removed. "Heloise!" he repeated.