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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Fear, that relentless pursuer, clogged Dantes' efforts. Helistened for any sound that might be audible, and every timethat he rose to the top of a wave he scanned the horizon,and strove to penetrate the darkness. He fancied that everywave behind him was a pursuing boat, and he redoubled hisexertions, increasing rapidly his distance from the chateau,but exhausting his strength. He swam on still, and alreadythe terrible chateau had disappeared in the darkness. Hecould not see it, but he felt its presence. An hour passed,during which Dantes, excited by the feeling of freedom,continued to cleave the waves. "Let us see," said he, "Ihave swum above an hour, but as the wind is against me, thathas retarded my speed; however, if I am not mistaken, I mustbe close to Tiboulen. But what if I were mistaken?" Ashudder passed over him. He sought to tread water, in orderto rest himself; but the sea was too violent, and he feltthat he could not make use of this means of recuperation.
2.  "You speak as if you were already her husband."
3.  Alone -- he was alone again -- again condemned to silence --again face to face with nothingness! Alone! -- never againto see the face, never again to hear the voice of the onlyhuman being who united him to earth! Was not Faria's fatethe better, after all -- to solve the problem of life at itssource, even at the risk of horrible suffering? The idea ofsuicide, which his friend had driven away and kept away byhis cheerful presence, now hovered like a phantom over theabbe's dead body.
4.  "It seems to me," said Emmanuel, "that I see two young mendown there, who are evidently, waiting." Monte Cristo drewMorrel a step or two behind his brother-in-law."Maximilian," said he, "are your affections disengaged?"Morrel looked at Monte Cristo with astonishment. "I do notseek your confidence, my dear friend. I only ask you asimple question; answer it; -- that is all I require."
5.  "No; we were quite alone."
6.  Danglars turned to the left; another man on horseback wasgalloping on that side. "Decidedly," said Danglars, with theperspiration on his forehead, "I must be under arrest." Andhe threw himself back in the calash, not this time to sleep,but to think. Directly afterwards the moon rose. He then sawthe great aqueducts, those stone phantoms which he hadbefore remarked, only then they were on the right hand, nowthey were on the left. He understood that they had describeda circle, and were bringing him back to Rome. "Oh,unfortunate!" he cried, "they must have obtained my arrest."The carriage continued to roll on with frightful speed. Anhour of terror elapsed, for every spot they passed showedthat they were on the road back. At length he saw a darkmass, against which it seemed as if the carriage was aboutto dash; but the vehicle turned to one side, leaving thebarrier behind and Danglars saw that it was one of theramparts encircling Rome.


1.  "Tell me," replied Faria, "what has hindered you fromknocking down your jailer with a piece of wood torn fromyour bedstead, dressing yourself in his clothes, andendeavoring to escape?"
2.  "Did I hear rightly, monsieur," said Monte Cristo "that youserved at Yanina?"
3.  "What do you mean? Has he gone intending not to return?"
4.  "But," said Morrel, "the culprit -- the murderer -- theassassin."
5.  "Oh," cried Eugenie, "you are a bad physiognomist, if youimagine I deplore on my own account the catastrophe of whichyou warn me. I ruined? and what will that signify to me?Have I not my talent left? Can I not, like Pasta, Malibran,Grisi, acquire for myself what you would never have givenme, whatever might have been your fortune, a hundred or ahundred and fifty thousand livres per annum, for which Ishall be indebted to no one but myself; and which, insteadof being given as you gave me those poor twelve thousandfrancs, with sour looks and reproaches for my prodigality,will be accompanied with acclamations, with bravos, and withflowers? And if I do not possess that talent, which yoursmiles prove to me you doubt, should I not still have thatardent love of independence, which will be a substitute forwealth, and which in my mind supersedes even the instinct ofself-preservation? No, I grieve not on my own account, Ishall always find a resource; my books, my pencils, mypiano, all the things which cost but little, and which Ishall be able to procure, will remain my own.
6.  "I may go where I please."


1.  "Well, then" --
2.  "It has been mentioned, but the article is not mine; indeed,I doubt if it will please M. Villefort, for it says that iffour successive deaths had happened anywhere else than inthe house of the king's attorney, he would have interestedhimself somewhat more about it."
3.  "He is writing," she said. They had understood each otherwithout speaking. Madame Morrel looked again through thekeyhole, Morrel was writing; but Madame Morrel remarked,what her daughter had not observed, that her husband waswriting on stamped paper. The terrible idea that he waswriting his will flashed across her; she shuddered, and yethad not strength to utter a word. Next day M. Morrel seemedas calm as ever, went into his office as usual, came to hisbreakfast punctually, and then, after dinner, he placed hisdaughter beside him, took her head in his arms, and held herfor a long time against his bosom. In the evening, Julietold her mother, that although he was apparently so calm,she had noticed that her father's heart beat violently. Thenext two days passed in much the same way. On the evening ofthe 4th of September, M. Morrel asked his daughter for thekey of his study. Julie trembled at this request, whichseemed to her of bad omen. Why did her father ask for thiskey which she always kept, and which was only taken from herin childhood as a punishment? The young girl looked atMorrel.
4.  "I have already told you, my lord, that I shall see no one."
5.   "You said, sir, you would like to help me, but" --
6.  "Ready money." And the Englishman drew from his pocket abundle of bank-notes, which might have been twice the sum M.de Boville feared to lose. A ray of joy passed across M. deBoville's countenance, yet he made an effort atself-control, and said, -- "Sir, I ought to tell you that,in all probability, you will not realize six per cent ofthis sum."


1.  "Yes," said Monte Cristo, "and God, -- I cannot say injustice, for his justice would have slain you, -- but God,in his mercy, spared your life."
2.  "`Then,' remarked the president, `the Count of Monte Cristoknows nothing of your present proceedings?' -- `He is quiteunaware of them, and I have but one fear, which is that heshould disapprove of what I have done. But it is a gloriousday for me,' continued the young girl, raising her ardentgaze to heaven, `that on which I find at last an opportunityof avenging my father!'
3.  "And this elixir, where is it? what is it?"
4、  "Yes, and that's all settled!" exclaimed Caderousse, who, bya last effort of intellect, had followed the reading of theletter, and instinctively comprehended all the misery whichsuch a denunciation must entail. "Yes, and that's allsettled; only it will be an infamous shame;" and hestretched out his hand to reach the letter.
5、  "Pray, sir," said Villefort with marked uneasiness, "do notdisturb yourself."




  • 张凯培 08-04

      "Now as regards the second question."

  • 许孙鑫 08-04

      "Well, then, if, like us, your excellency lived at Leghorn,you would hear, from time to time, that a little merchantvessel, or an English yacht that was expected at Bastia, atPorto-Ferrajo, or at Civita Vecchia, has not arrived; no oneknows what has become of it, but, doubtless, it has struckon a rock and foundered. Now this rock it has met has been along and narrow boat, manned by six or eight men, who havesurprised and plundered it, some dark and stormy night, nearsome desert and gloomy island, as bandits plunder a carriagein the recesses of a forest."

  • 胡守文 08-04

       "He was there."

  • 毕晓哲 08-04

      While his wife was speaking, Villefort had narrowly watchedthe old man's countenance. When Madame de Villefortpronounced the name of Franz, the pupil of M. Noirtier's eyebegan to dilate, and his eyelids trembled with the samemovement that may be perceived on the lips of an individualabout to speak, and he darted a lightning glance at Madamede Villefort and his son. The procureur, who knew thepolitical hatred which had formerly existed between M.Noirtier and the elder d'Epinay, well understood theagitation and anger which the announcement had produced;but, feigning not to perceive either, he immediately resumedthe narrative begun by his wife. "Sir," said he, "you areaware that Valentine is about to enter her nineteenth year,which renders it important that she should lose no time informing a suitable alliance. Nevertheless, you have not beenforgotten in our plans, and we have fully ascertainedbeforehand that Valentine's future husband will consent, notto live in this house, for that might not be pleasant forthe young people, but that you should live with them; sothat you and Valentine, who are so attached to each other,would not be separated, and you would be able to pursueexactly the same course of life which you have hithertodone, and thus, instead of losing, you will be a gainer bythe change, as it will secure to you two children instead ofone, to watch over and comfort you."

  • 柳世玺 08-03

    {  "Leave you? Why should I leave you?"

  • 杨俐丽 08-02

      "He will sully it then," returned Lucien; "for I am low --very low."}

  • 金毛 08-02

      "That is not probable."

  • 逄某如 08-02

      "Oh, not much -- from twelve to thirteen hundred thousandfrancs. But to return to our millions."

  • 马登峰 08-01

       "Did you see all that?"

  • 章新华 07-30

    {  "Blacas, my friend, you have but limited comprehension. Itold you Villefort was ambitions, and to attain thisambition Villefort would sacrifice everything, even hisfather."

  • 华艺 07-30

      "But then he had the woman he loved still remaining?"