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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "That will cost you a hundred francs; you see it is yourinterest to take my bank-notes."
2.  "Your crime?"
3.  "She is under the big chestnut-tree," replied the spoiledbrat, as he gave, in spite of his mother's commands, liveflies to the parrot, which seemed keenly to relish suchfare. Madame de Villefort stretched out her hand to ring,intending to direct her waiting-maid to the spot where shewould find Valentine, when the young lady herself enteredthe apartment. She appeared much dejected; and any personwho considered her attentively might have observed thetraces of recent tears in her eyes.
4.  "`Whose name is' --
5.  "The middle one?"
6.  "You are right -- that is the principle on which I wish toact."


1.  "Ah, I understand," said Beauchamp, "on our friend Albert'saccount."
2.  "Mademoiselle," said the stranger, "one day you will receivea letter signed `Sinbad the Sailor.' Do exactly what theletter bids you, however strange it may appear."
3.  "Without revealing himself?"
4.  "Yes, yes, the mortuary deposition. You understand, Dantes'relations, if he had any, might have some interest inknowing if he were dead or alive."
5.  "Ah, this one is not like the other, and his madness is lessaffecting than this one's display of reason."
6.  "To Fontainebleau," replied Eugenie with an almost masculinevoice.


1.  "Impossible!" cried all the guests simultaneously.
2.  "The fifth part of the profits from this stone belongs to usthen, does it not?" asked Caderousse.
3.  "This 25th day of April, 1498, be...Alexander VI., and fearing that not...he may desire to become my heir, and re...and Bentivoglio, who were poisoned,...my sole heir, that I have bu...and has visited with me, that is, in...Island of Monte Cristo, all I poss...jewels, diamonds, gems; that I alone...may amount to nearly two mil...will find on raising the twentieth ro...creek to the east in a right line. Two open...in these caves; the treasure is in the furthest a...which treasure I bequeath and leave en...as my sole heir."25th April, 1498."Caes...
4.  "What our enemies say of us is then true. We have learntnothing, forgotten nothing! If I were betrayed as he was, Iwould console myself; but to be in the midst of personselevated by myself to places of honor, who ought to watchover me more carefully than over themselves, -- for myfortune is theirs -- before me they were nothing -- after methey will be nothing, and perish miserably from incapacity-- ineptitude! Oh, yes, sir, you are right -- it isfatality!"
5.   "Do not fear, I have little to prepare." Monte Cristo smiledas he nodded to Albert, then remained a moment absorbed indeep meditation. But passing his hand across his forehead asif to dispel his revery, he rang the bell twice andBertuccio entered. "Bertuccio," said he, "I intend goingthis evening to Normandy, instead of to-morrow or the nextday. You will have sufficient time before five o'clock;despatch a messenger to apprise the grooms at the firststation. M. de Morcerf will accompany me." Bertuccio obeyedand despatched a courier to Pontoise to say thetravelling-carriage would arrive at six o'clock. FromPontoise another express was sent to the next stage, and insix hours all the horses stationed on the road were ready.Before his departure, the count went to Haidee's apartments,told her his intention, and resigned everything to her care.Albert was punctual. The journey soon became interestingfrom its rapidity, of which Morcerf had formed no previousidea. "Truly," said Monte Cristo, "with your posthorsesgoing at the rate of two leagues an hour, and that absurdlaw that one traveller shall not pass another withoutpermission, so that an invalid or ill-tempered traveller maydetain those who are well and active, it is impossible tomove; I escape this annoyance by travelling with my ownpostilion and horses; do I not, Ali?"
6.  "Do you speak to me as a magistrate or as a friend?" askedVillefort.


1.  "What? One hundred thousand francs for a loaf?"
2.  "The proofs?" said Benedetto, laughing; "do you wantproofs?"
3.  "Yes, my dear father," replied Edmond, smiling at hisfather's astonishment at the excessive honor paid to hisson.
4、  "See, sir," replied Caderousse, "in this corner is acrucifix in holy wood -- here on this shelf is my wife'stestament; open this book, and I will swear upon it with myhand on the crucifix. I will swear to you by my soul'ssalvation, my faith as a Christian, I have told everythingto you as it occurred, and as the recording angel will tellit to the ear of God at the day of the last judgment!"
5、  "But," said Andrea, "if my father had met me, I doubt if hewould have recognized me; I must be somewhat altered sincehe last saw me."




  • 汪德满 08-06

      "It is, in fact, magnificent," said Andrea.

  • 于小彤 08-06

      "How I have searched for him," replied Villefort, wringinghis hands; "how I have called him in my long sleeplessnights; how I have longed for royal wealth to purchase amillion of secrets from a million of men, and to find mineamong them! At last, one day, when for the hundredth time Itook up my spade, I asked myself again and again what theCorsican could have done with the child. A child encumbers afugitive; perhaps, on perceiving it was still alive, he hadthrown it into the river."

  • 沈丹线 08-06

       There was a brief pause, during which Louis XVIII. wrote, ina hand as small as possible, another note on the margin ofhis Horace, and then looking at the duke with the air of aman who thinks he has an idea of his own, while he is onlycommenting upon the idea of another, said, --

  • 姚桂林 08-06

      "Will you not embrace me, sir?" said Andrea.

  • 苏晰 08-05

    {  "What? Are you going?"

  • 山下芳 08-04

      "Who am I?" repeated Monte Cristo. "Listen; I am the onlyman in the world having the right to say to you, `Morrel,your father's son shall not die to-day;'" and Monte Cristo,with an expression of majesty and sublimity, advanced witharms folded toward the young man, who, involuntarilyovercome by the commanding manner of this man, recoiled astep.}

  • 潘杰 08-04

      "Well, I have business with the procureur."

  • 石文忠 08-04

      "Sire, I have every reason to believe that a storm isbrewing in the south."

  • 加文 08-03


  • 姜黄素 08-01

    {  The following day Dantes sailed with his yacht from Genoa,under the inspection of an immense crowd drawn together bycuriosity to see the rich Spanish nobleman who preferredmanaging his own yacht. But their wonder was soon changed toadmiration at seeing the perfect skill with which Danteshandled the helm. The boat, indeed, seemed to be animatedwith almost human intelligence, so promptly did it obey theslightest touch; and Dantes required but a short trial ofhis beautiful craft to acknowledge that the Genoese had notwithout reason attained their high reputation in the art ofshipbuilding. The spectators followed the little vessel withtheir eyes as long as it remained visible; they then turnedtheir conjectures upon her probable destination. Someinsisted she was making for Corsica, others the Island ofElba; bets were offered to any amount that she was bound forSpain; while Africa was positively reported by many personsas her intended course; but no one thought of Monte Cristo.Yet thither it was that Dantes guided his vessel, and atMonte Cristo he arrived at the close of the second day; hisboat had proved herself a first-class sailer, and had comethe distance from Genoa in thirty-five hours. Dantes hadcarefully noted the general appearance of the shore, and,instead of landing at the usual place, he dropped anchor inthe little creek. The island was utterly deserted, and boreno evidence of having been visited since he went away; histreasure was just as he had left it. Early on the followingmorning he commenced the removal of his riches, and erenightfall the whole of his immense wealth was safelydeposited in the compartments of the secret locker.

  • 罗本德 08-01

      "But do you think," asked Albert, "that we ought to acceptsuch offers from a perfect stranger?"