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日期:2020-08-03 20:23:19

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "His house? Has he built one here, then?"
2.  "The fact is," said the young man, "that I should beexceedingly grieved to leave it."
3.  "Oh, sire, what a dreadful misfortune! I am, indeed, to bepitied. I can never forgive myself!"
4.  A few drops of the rum restored suspended animation, whilethe friction of his limbs restored their elasticity.
5.  "My journeys became more and more extensive and moreproductive. Assunta took care of all, and our little fortuneincreased. One day as I was setting off on an expedition,`Go,' said she; `at your return I will give you a surprise.'I questioned her, but in vain; she would tell me nothing,and I departed. Our expedition lasted nearly six weeks; wehad been to Lucca to take in oil, to Leghorn for Englishcottons, and we ran our cargo without opposition, andreturned home full of joy. When I entered the house, thefirst thing I beheld in the middle of Assunta's chamber wasa cradle that might be called sumptuous compared with therest of the furniture, and in it a baby seven or eightmonths old. I uttered a cry of joy; the only moments ofsadness I had known since the assassination of the procureurwere caused by the recollection that I had abandoned thischild. For the assassination itself I had never felt anyremorse. Poor Assunta had guessed all. She had profited bymy absence, and furnished with the half of the linen, andhaving written down the day and hour at which I haddeposited the child at the asylum, had set off for Paris,and had reclaimed it. No objection was raised, and theinfant was given up to her. Ah, I confess, your excellency,when I saw this poor creature sleeping peacefully in itscradle, I felt my eyes filled with tears. `Ah, Assunta,'cried I, `you are an excellent woman, and heaven will blessyou.'"
6.  "Repeat your father's name," said the president. Not awhisper, not a breath, was heard in that vast assembly;every one waited anxiously.


1.  The two young ladies were seen seated on the same chair, atthe piano, accompanying themselves, each with one hand, afancy to which they had accustomed themselves, and performedadmirably. Mademoiselle d'Armilly, whom they then perceivedthrough the open doorway, formed with Eugenie one of thetableaux vivants of which the Germans are so fond. She wassomewhat beautiful, and exquisitely formed -- a littlefairy-like figure, with large curls falling on her neck,which was rather too long, as Perugino sometimes makes hisVirgins, and her eyes dull from fatigue. She was said tohave a weak chest, and like Antonia in the "Cremona Violin,"she would die one day while singing. Monte Cristo cast onerapid and curious glance round this sanctum; it was thefirst time he had ever seen Mademoiselle d'Armilly, of whomhe had heard much. "Well," said the banker to his daughter,"are we then all to be excluded?" He then led the young maninto the study, and either by chance or manoeuvre the doorwas partially closed after Andrea, so that from the placewhere they sat neither the Count nor the baroness could seeanything; but as the banker had accompanied Andrea, MadameDanglars appeared to take no notice of it.
2.  "It is well," said the abbe; "we have some hours before us-- it is now just a quarter past twelve o'clock."Instinctively Dantes turned round to observe by what watchor clock the abbe had been able so accurately to specify thehour.
3.  "I scarcely know him; I think I have seen him three times inmy life; all I know relating to him is through Busoni andhimself. He was telling me this morning that, tired ofletting his property lie dormant in Italy, which is a deadnation, he wished to find a method, either in France orEngland, of multiplying his millions, but remember, thatthough I place great confidence in Busoni, I am notresponsible for this."
4.  "That is but fair," replied Monte Cristo.
5.  "What may that be?"
6.  "Not at all."


1.  "Certainly," continued Danglars, "the sacrifice was notrifling one, when the beauty of the bride is concerned.Upon my soul, that future captain of mine is a lucky dog!Gad, I only wish he would let me take his place."
2.  "You thought it a mercy then, miserable wretch! The cowardwho feared death rejoiced at perpetual disgrace; for likeall galley-slaves, you said, `I may escape from prison, Icannot from the grave.' And you said truly; the way wasopened for you unexpectedly. An Englishman visited Toulon,who had vowed to rescue two men from infamy, and his choicefell on you and your companion. You received a secondfortune, money and tranquillity were restored to you, andyou, who had been condemned to a felon's life, might live asother men. Then, wretched creature, then you tempted God athird time. `I have not enough,' you said, when you had morethan you before possessed, and you committed a third crime,without reason, without excuse. God is wearied; he haspunished you." Caderousse was fast sinking. "Give me drink,"said he: "I thirst -- I burn!" Monte Cristo gave him a glassof water. "And yet that villain, Benedetto, will escape!"
3.  "Well," said Franz with a sigh, "do as you please my dearviscount, for your arguments are beyond my powers ofrefutation. Still, in spite of all, you must admit that thisCount of Monte Cristo is a most singular personage."
4.  "I came to tell you."
5.   "But you?"
6.  "In fact," said Franz, "this horrible scene has passed awaylike a dream."


1.  "Oh, decidedly, sir. He is in a very picturesque place -- doyou know the catacombs of St. Sebastian?"
2.  "Do you promise?"
3.  Such was the conversation in almost all the carriages; thesetwo sudden deaths, so quickly following each other,astonished every one, but no one suspected the terriblesecret which M. d'Avrigny had communicated, in his nocturnalwalk to M. de Villefort. They arrived in about an hour atthe cemetery; the weather was mild, but dull, and in harmonywith the funeral ceremony. Among the groups which flockedtowards the family vault, Chateau-Renaud recognized Morrel,who had come alone in a cabriolet, and walked silently alongthe path bordered with yew-trees. "You here?" saidChateau-Renaud, passing his arms through the youngcaptain's; "are you a friend of Villefort's? How is it thatI have never met you at his house?"
4、  "Ah, sir," exclaimed Madame de Villefort, clasping herhands, "what do you say?"
5、  "And you still bid me hope?"




  • 胡尔塔 08-02

      "More than my life."

  • 华美云 08-02

      "`Wait while I light the lamp,' said La Carconte; `it isgrowing dark, and there may be some mistake.' In fact, nighthad come on during this conversation, and with night thestorm which had been threatening for the last half-hour. Thethunder growled in the distance; but it was apparently notheard by the jeweller, Caderousse, or La Carconte, absorbedas they were all three with the demon of gain. I myselffelt; a strange kind of fascination at the sight of all thisgold and all these bank-notes; it seemed to me that I was ina dream, and, as it always happens in a dream, I felt myselfriveted to the spot. Caderousse counted and again countedthe gold and the notes, then handed them to his wife, whocounted and counted them again in her turn. During thistime, the jeweller made the diamond play and sparkle in thelamplight, and the gem threw out jets of light which madehim unmindful of those which -- precursors of the storm --began to play in at the windows. `Well,' inquired thejeweller, `is the cash all right?'

  • 许高彬 08-02

       "But I," cried Morrel, groaning with sorrow, "I love her!"

  • 韩二国 08-02

      "Do you possess that right over Bertuccio?"

  • 安妮 08-01

    {  "You are my own darling child, Valentine! I alone can saveyou, and I will." Valentine in the extremity of her terrorjoined her hands, -- for she felt that the moment hadarrived to ask for courage, -- and began to pray, and whileuttering little more than incoherent words, she forgot thather white shoulders had no other covering than her longhair, and that the pulsations of her heart could he seenthrough the lace of her nightdress. Monte Cristo gently laidhis hand on the young girl's arm, drew the velvet coverletclose to her throat, and said with a paternal smile, -- "Mychild, believe in my devotion to you as you believe in thegoodness of providence and the love of Maximilian."

  • 吴雪 07-31

      "Pray, sir," said Villefort with marked uneasiness, "do notdisturb yourself."}

  • 鞠鹏 07-31

      "Well, you the indeed exacting, my dear fellow!"

  • 严立富 07-31

      Madame de Villefort became very pale, and, seizing her son'sarm, drew him anxiously toward her; but, once satisfied ofhis safety, she also cast a brief but expressive glance onthe casket, which was not lost upon the count. At thismoment Ali entered. At sight of him Madame de Villefortuttered an expression of pleasure, and, holding the childstill closer towards her, she said, "Edward, dearest, do yousee that good man? He has shown very great courage andresolution, for he exposed his own life to stop the horsesthat were running away with us, and would certainly havedashed the carriage to pieces. Thank him, then, my child, inyour very best manner; for, had he not come to our aid,neither you nor I would have been alive to speak ourthanks." The child stuck out his lips and turned away hishead in a disdainful manner, saying, "He's too ugly."

  • 向小微 07-30

       "And give up your share of the venture," said Edmond, "toremain with me?"

  • 考斯特 07-28

    {  "Because your palate his not yet been attuned to thesublimity of the substances it flavors. Tell me, the firsttime you tasted oysters, tea, porter, truffles, and sundryother dainties which you now adore, did you like them? Couldyou comprehend how the Romans stuffed their pheasants withassafoetida, and the Chinese eat swallows' nests? Eh? no!Well, it is the same with hashish; only eat for a week, andnothing in the world will seem to you to equal the delicacyof its flavor, which now appears to you flat anddistasteful. Let us now go into the adjoining chamber, whichis your apartment, and Ali will bring us coffee and pipes."They both arose, and while he who called himself Sinbad --and whom we have occasionally named so, that we might, likehis guest, have some title by which to distinguish him --gave some orders to the servant, Franz entered still anotherapartment. It was simply yet richly furnished. It was round,and a large divan completely encircled it. Divan, walls,ceiling, floor, were all covered with magnificent skins assoft and downy as the richest carpets; there wereheavy-maned lion-skins from Atlas, striped tiger-skins fromBengal; panther-skins from the Cape, spotted beautifully,like those that appeared to Dante; bear-skins from Siberia,fox-skins from Norway, and so on; and all these skins werestrewn in profusion one on the other, so that it seemed likewalking over the most mossy turf, or reclining on the mostluxurious bed. Both laid themselves down on the divan;chibouques with jasmine tubes and amber mouthpieces werewithin reach, and all prepared so that there was no need tosmoke the same pipe twice. Each of them took one, which Alilighted and then retired to prepare the coffee. There was amoment's silence, during which Sinbad gave himself up tothoughts that seemed to occupy him incessantly, even in themidst of his conversation; and Franz abandoned himself tothat mute revery, into which we always sink when smokingexcellent tobacco, which seems to remove with its fume allthe troubles of the mind, and to give the smoker in exchangeall the visions of the soul. Ali brought in the coffee. "Howdo you take it?" inquired the unknown; "in the French orTurkish style, strong or weak, sugar or none, cool orboiling? As you please; it is ready in all ways."

  • 库亚巴潘塔纳尔 07-28

      "And you have heard his fortune mentioned?"