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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Provided I understand your perfidy, sir, and succeed inmaking you understand that I will be revenged, I shall bereasonable enough," said Albert furiously.
2.  "This treasure, which may amount to two...of Roman crowns in the most distant a...of the second opening wh...declare to belong to him alo...heir."25th April, l49"
3.  "Ah, true. You do not know the Italian nobility; theCavalcanti are all descended from princes."
4.  "So, then, Gaetano," said Franz, "this is, then, allreality; there exists a man who has received me in thisisland, entertained me right royally, and his departed whileI was asleep?"
5.  "Who live upon the stones, I suppose," said Franz with anincredulous smile.
6.  "Friend," he cried, "I feel that I am dying; thanks!" Hemade a last effort to extend his hand, but it fell powerlessbeside him. Then it appeared to him that Monte Cristosmiled, not with the strange and fearful expression whichhad sometimes revealed to him the secrets of his heart, butwith the benevolent kindness of a father for a child. At thesame time the count appeared to increase in stature, hisform, nearly double its usual height, stood out in reliefagainst the red tapestry, his black hair was thrown back,and he stood in the attitude of an avenging angel. Morrel,overpowered, turned around in the arm-chair; a delicioustorpor permeated every vein. A change of ideas presentedthemselves to his brain, like a new design on thekaleidoscope. Enervated, prostrate, and breathless, hebecame unconscious of outward objects; he seemed to beentering that vague delirium preceding death. He wished onceagain to press the count's hand, but his own was immovable.He wished to articulate a last farewell, but his tongue laymotionless and heavy in his throat, like a stone at themouth of a sepulchre. Involuntarily his languid eyes closed,and still through his eyelashes a well-known form seemed tomove amid the obscurity with which he thought himselfenveloped.


1.  "The president paused, and the count turned pale. Thepresident looked at his auditors. `Proceed,' was heard onall sides. The president resumed: --
2.  Morrel took the purse, and started as he did so, for a vagueremembrance reminded him that it once belonged to himself.At one end was the receipted bill for the 287,000 francs,and at the other was a diamond as large as a hazel-nut, withthese words on a small slip of parchment: -- Julie's Dowry.
3.  The guide carried away the torch. The count had spokencorrectly. Scarcely had a few seconds elapsed, ere he saweverything as distinctly as by daylight. Then he lookedaround him, and really recognized his dungeon.
4.  "Who are you?" said the voice.
5.  "It ought to do so, at least."
6.  "One!" said the count mysteriously, his eyes fixed on thecorpse, disfigured by so awful a death. Ten minutesafterwards the surgeon and the procureur arrived, the oneaccompanied by the porter, the other by Ali, and werereceived by the Abbe Busoni, who was praying by the side ofthe corpse.


1.  "You will obey your own wish and the will of heaven!"
2.  "But you have discarded your titles after the example setyou by Messrs. de Montmorency and Lafayette? That was anoble example to follow, monsieur."
3.  "Sire, your majesty will, I trust, be amply satisfied onthis point at least."
4.  "`Has the daughter of Ali Tepelini spoken the truth?' saidthe president. `Is she, then, the terrible witness to whosecharge you dare not plead "Not guilty"? Have you reallycommitted the crimes of which you are accused?' The countlooked around him with an expression which might havesoftened tigers, but which could not disarm his judges. Thenhe raised his eyes towards the ceiling, but withdrew then,immediately, as if he feared the roof would open and revealto his distressed view that second tribunal called heaven,and that other judge named God. Then, with a hasty movement,he tore open his coat, which seemed to stifle him, and flewfrom the room like a madman; his footstep was heard onemoment in the corridor, then the rattling of hiscarriage-wheels as he was driven rapidly away. `Gentlemen,'said the president, when silence was restored, `is the Countof Morcerf convicted of felony, treason, and conductunbecoming a member of this House?' -- `Yes,' replied allthe members of the committee of inquiry with a unanimousvoice.
5.   "Yes, a chief."
6.  "I see that plainly enough, my most excellent host, and youmay rely upon me to proclaim so striking a proof of yourattention to your guests wherever I go. Meanwhile, oblige meby a sight of one of these tavolettas."


1.  "With Beauchamp."
2.  "Let all be forgotten as a sorrowful dream," said Beauchamp;"let it vanish as the last sparks from the blackened paper,and disappear as the smoke from those silent ashes."
3.  "Ah, he has a palace?" said Danglars, laughing; "come, thatis something."
4、  "Let go -- and clue up!" At this last command all the sailswere lowered, and the vessel moved almost imperceptiblyonwards.
5、  "From whom?"




  • 乔治·西 08-09

      "My friend," said he, "here is a proof of it."

  • 逄某开 08-09

      Chapter 25The Unknown.

  • 张兆民 08-09

       "Yes; you. How comes it, that having both a sister and anadopted son, you have never spoken to me of either?"

  • 陈秀隆 08-09

      "Do you think so?" asked the baroness.

  • 郭绸 08-08

    {  "What a strange man you are! What next? You say M. Danglarsdined here?"

  • 帕努蓬·尼提巴帕 08-07

      "Oh, yes."}

  • 王永吉 08-07

      "Great is truth," muttered the count, "fire cannot burn, norwater drown it! Thus the poor sailor lives in therecollection of those who narrate his history; his terriblestory is recited in the chimney-corner, and a shudder isfelt at the description of his transit through the air to beswallowed by the deep." Then, the count added aloud, "Washis name ever known?"

  • 辛明齐 08-07

      The count was dressed in black and with his habitualsimplicity; his white waistcoat displayed his expansivenoble chest and his black stock was singularly noticeablebecause of its contrast with the deadly paleness of hisface. His only jewellery was a chain, so fine that theslender gold thread was scarcely perceptible on his whitewaistcoat. A circle was immediately formed around the door.The count perceived at one glance Madame Danglars at one endof the drawing-room, M. Danglars at the other, and Eugeniein front of him. He first advanced towards the baroness, whowas chatting with Madame de Villefort, who had come alone,Valentine being still an invalid; and without turning aside,so clear was the road left for him, he passed from thebaroness to Eugenie, whom he complimented in such rapid andmeasured terms, that the proud artist was quite struck. Nearher was Mademoiselle Louise d'Armilly, who thanked the countfor the letters of introduction he had so kindly given herfor Italy, which she intended immediately to make use of. Onleaving these ladies he found himself with Danglars, who hadadvanced to meet him.

  • 王媛可 08-06

       "Follow the culprit's steps; he first kills M. deSaint-Meran" --

  • 江华安 08-04

    {  "Then we do not see those beings to whom you allude?"

  • 杨义霞 08-04

      "No, sir; Madame de Villefort sent for him half an hour ago;he went into her room, and has not been down-stairs since."A cold perspiration burst out on Villefort's brow; his legstrembled, and his thoughts flew about madly in his brainlike the wheels of a disordered watch. "In Madame deVillefort's room?" he murmured and slowly returned, with onehand wiping his forehead, and with the other supportinghimself against the wall. To enter the room he must againsee the body of his unfortunate wife. To call Edward he mustreawaken the echo of that room which now appeared like asepulchre; to speak seemed like violating the silence of thetomb. His tongue was paralyzed in his mouth.