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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Confound you and your punctuality!" said Andrea, throwinghimself into a chair in a manner which implied that he wouldrather have flung it at the head of his host.
2.  Villefort fell on his knees. "Listen," said he; "I have notthe strength of mind you have, or rather that which youwould not have, if instead of my daughter Valentine yourdaughter Madeleine were concerned." The doctor turned pale."Doctor, every son of woman is born to suffer and to die; Iam content to suffer and to await death."
3.  "As to taking command of the vessel," replied Morrel, "thatwas his duty as captain's mate; as to losing a day and ahalf off the Island of Elba, he was wrong, unless the vesselneeded repairs."
4.  "I hope so, if the marriage should take place and confirm mycredit."
5.  "You are Edmond Dantes," cried Villefort, seizing the countby the wrist; "then come here!" And up the stairs he draggedMonte Cristo; who, ignorant of what had happened, followedhim in astonishment, foreseeing some new catastrophe."There, Edmond Dantes!" he said, pointing to the bodies ofhis wife and child, "see, are you well avenged?" MonteCristo became pale at this horrible sight; he felt that hehad passed beyond the bounds of vengeance, and that he couldno longer say, "God is for and with me." With an expressionof indescribable anguish he threw himself upon the body ofthe child, reopened its eyes, felt its pulse, and thenrushed with him into Valentine's room, of which hedouble-locked the door. "My child," cried Villefort, "hecarries away the body of my child! Oh, curses, woe, death toyou!" and he tried to follow Monte Cristo; but as though ina dream he was transfixed to the spot, -- his eyes glared asthough they were starting through the sockets; he griped theflesh on his chest until his nails were stained with blood;the veins of his temples swelled and boiled as though theywould burst their narrow boundary, and deluge his brain withliving fire. This lasted several minutes, until thefrightful overturn of reason was accomplished; then utteringa loud cry followed by a burst of laughter, he rushed downthe stairs.
6.  It was one o'clock in the morning. Barrois, who wished to goto bed himself, observed that after such sad events everyone stood in need of rest. Noirtier would not say that theonly rest he needed was to see his child, but wished hergood-night, for grief and fatigue had made her appear quiteill. The next morning she found her grandmother in bed; thefever had not abated, on the contrary her eyes glistened andshe appeared to be suffering from violent nervousirritability. "Oh, dear grandmamma, are you worse?"exclaimed Valentine, perceiving all these signs ofagitation.

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1.  "Parbleu!" said Albert, "do you think we are going to runabout on foot in the streets of Rome, like lawyer's clerks?"
2.  "Ah," said the captain, "we can agree very well, if you arereasonable."
3.  "It is no use," said the old man, "there is no wine."
4.  "I do."
5.  "Yes."
6.  He found Edmond lying prone, bleeding, and almost senseless.He had rolled down a declivity of twelve or fifteen feet.They poured a little rum down his throat, and this remedywhich had before been so beneficial to him, produced thesame effect as formerly. Edmond opened his eyes, complainedof great pain in his knee, a feeling of heaviness in hishead, and severe pains in his loins. They wished to carryhim to the shore; but when they touched him, although underJacopo's directions, he declared, with heavy groans, that hecould not bear to be moved.

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1.  "But, father, take care; when our turn comes, our revengewill be sweeping."
2.  "Ah," murmured Caderousse, "what a strange priest you are;you drive the dying to despair, instead of consoling them."
3.  "Ah, well," exclaimed Chateau-Renaud, who because he hadseen his thirtieth summer fancied himself duly warranted inassuming a sort of paternal air with his more youthfulfriend, "you young people are never satisfied; why, whatwould you have more? your parents have chosen you a bridebuilt on the model of Diana, the huntress, and yet you arenot content."
4.  An ironical smile passed over Albert's lips. Mercedes saw itand with the double instinct of woman and mother guessedall; but as she was prudent and strong-minded she concealedboth her sorrows and her fears. Albert was silent; aninstant after, the countess resumed: "You came to inquireafter my health; I will candidly acknowledge that I am notwell. You should install yourself here, and cheer mysolitude. I do not wish to be left alone."
5.   And Albert took out of a little pocket-book with goldenclasps, a remnant of his old fancies, or perhaps a tendersouvenir from one of the mysterious and veiled ladies whoused to knock at his little door, -- Albert took out of thispocket-book a note of 1,000 francs.
6.  "Since you left Toulon what have you lived on? Answer me!"

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1.  "Oh, count, you overwhelm me with that coolness. Have you,then, power against death? Are you superhuman? Are you anangel?" And the young man, who had never shrunk from danger,shrank before Monte Cristo with indescribable terror. ButMonte Cristo looked at him with so melancholy and sweet asmile, that Maximilian felt the tears filling his eyes. "Ican do much for you, my friend," replied the count. "Go; Imust be alone." Morrel, subdued by the extraordinaryascendancy Monte Cristo exercised over everything aroundhim, did not endeavor to resist it. He pressed the count'shand and left. He stopped one moment at the door forBaptistin, whom he saw in the Rue Matignon, and who wasrunning.
2.  "On my word," said Franz, "you are wise as Nestor andprudent as Ulysses, and your fair Circe must be very skilfulor very powerful if she succeed in changing you into a beastof any kind." Albert was right; the fair unknown hadresolved, doubtless, to carry the intrigue no farther; foralthough the young men made several more turns, they did notagain see the calash, which had turned up one of theneighboring streets. Then they returned to the RospoliPalace; but the count and the blue domino had alsodisappeared; the two windows, hung with yellow damask, werestill occupied by the persons whom the count had invited. Atthis moment the same bell that had proclaimed the beginningof the mascherata sounded the retreat. The file on the Corsobroke the line, and in a second all the carriages haddisappeared. Franz and Albert were opposite the Via delleMaratte; the coachman, without saying a word, drove up it,passed along the Piazza di Spagni and the Rospoli Palace andstopped at the door of the hotel. Signor Pastrini came tothe door to receive his guests. Franz hastened to inquireafter the count, and to express regret that he had notreturned in sufficient time; but Pastrini reassured him bysaying that the Count of Monte Cristo had ordered a secondcarriage for himself, and that it had gone at four o'clockto fetch him from the Rospoli Palace. The count had,moreover, charged him to offer the two friends the key ofhis box at the Argentina. Franz questioned Albert as to hisintentions; but Albert had great projects to put intoexecution before going to the theatre; and instead of makingany answer, he inquired if Signor Pastrini could procure hima tailor. "A tailor," said the host; "and for what?"
3.  "Oliva Corsinari."
4、  "It seems that your memory is equally short in everything,Vampa," said the count, "and that not only do you forgetpeople's faces, but also the conditions you make with them."
5、  "I might not always be content with that answer," repliedthe visitor, "for I come from one to whom everyone must beat home. But have the kindness to give the Abbe Busoni" --

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  • 吴宝华 08-05

      "But he met here M. Andrea Cavalcanti."

  • 张庆兰 08-05

      "It was a sublime and charitable thought," said MonteCristo, "and the whole world should applaud it. It would benoble to see Mademoiselle Noirtier de Villefort assuming thetitle of Madame Franz d'Epinay." Villefort shuddered andlooked at Monte Cristo as if he wished to read in hiscountenance the real feelings which had dictated the wordshe had just uttered. But the count completely baffled theprocureur, and prevented him from discovering anythingbeneath the never-varying smile he was so constantly in thehabit of assuming. "Although," said Villefort, "it will be aserious thing for Valentine to lose her grandfather'sfortune, I do not think that M. d'Epinay will be frightenedat this pecuniary loss. He will, perhaps, hold me in greateresteem than the money itself, seeing that I sacrificeeverything in order to keep my word with him. Besides, heknows that Valentine is rich in right of her mother, andthat she will, in all probability, inherit the fortune of M.and Madame de Saint-Meran, her mother's parents, who bothlove her tenderly."

  • 佘峥 08-05

       He did not move at the sound of the door, and continued hiscalculations until the flash of the torches lighted up withan unwonted glare the sombre walls of his cell; then,raising his head, he perceived with astonishment the numberof persons present. He hastily seized the coverlet of hisbed, and wrapped it round him.

  • 尚慕杰 08-05

      "No." D'Avrigny took the bottle, poured some drops of themixture it contained in the hollow of his hand, andswallowed them. "Well," said he, "let us go to Valentine; Iwill give instructions to every one, and you, M. deVillefort, will yourself see that no one deviates fromthem."

  • 艾瑞克森 08-04

    {  Madame Danglars had often heard of the terror to which themagistrate alluded, but without the evidence of her owneyesight she could never have believed that the sentimenthad been carried so far. "You too, then, are unhappy?" shesaid. "Yes, madame," replied the magistrate.

  • 张胜开 08-03

      "Poor thing," said Villefort, pressing her hand, "it was toosevere for your strength, for you were twice overwhelmed,and yet" --}

  • 李诗伟 08-03

      "Madame will be tired to-night," continued Monte Cristo,"and will, no doubt, wish to rest. Desire the Frenchattendants not to weary her with questions, but merely topay their respectful duty and retire. You will also see thatthe Greek servants hold no communication with those of thiscountry." He bowed. Just at that moment voices were heardhailing the concierge. The gate opened, a carriage rolleddown the avenue, and stopped at the steps. The count hastilydescended, presented himself at the already opened carriagedoor, and held out his hand to a young woman, completelyenveloped in a green silk mantle heavily embroidered withgold. She raised the hand extended towards her to her lips,and kissed it with a mixture of love and respect. Some fewwords passed between them in that sonorous language in whichHomer makes his gods converse. The young woman spoke with anexpression of deep tenderness, while the count replied withan air of gentle gravity. Preceded by Ali, who carried arose-colored flambeau in his hand, the new-comer, who was noother than the lovely Greek who had been Monte Cristo'scompanion in Italy, was conducted to her apartments, whilethe count retired to the pavilion reserved for himself. Inanother hour every light in the house was extinguished, andit might have been thought that all its inmates slept.

  • 马库迪 08-03

      Valentine trembled convulsively; she loosened her hold ofthe gate, her arms fell by her side, and two large tearsrolled down her cheeks. The young man stood before her,sorrowful and resolute. "Oh, for pity's sake," said she,"you will live, will you not?"

  • 吴崇辉 08-02

       "On my word," said Franz, "you are wise as Nestor andprudent as Ulysses, and your fair Circe must be very skilfulor very powerful if she succeed in changing you into a beastof any kind." Albert was right; the fair unknown hadresolved, doubtless, to carry the intrigue no farther; foralthough the young men made several more turns, they did notagain see the calash, which had turned up one of theneighboring streets. Then they returned to the RospoliPalace; but the count and the blue domino had alsodisappeared; the two windows, hung with yellow damask, werestill occupied by the persons whom the count had invited. Atthis moment the same bell that had proclaimed the beginningof the mascherata sounded the retreat. The file on the Corsobroke the line, and in a second all the carriages haddisappeared. Franz and Albert were opposite the Via delleMaratte; the coachman, without saying a word, drove up it,passed along the Piazza di Spagni and the Rospoli Palace andstopped at the door of the hotel. Signor Pastrini came tothe door to receive his guests. Franz hastened to inquireafter the count, and to express regret that he had notreturned in sufficient time; but Pastrini reassured him bysaying that the Count of Monte Cristo had ordered a secondcarriage for himself, and that it had gone at four o'clockto fetch him from the Rospoli Palace. The count had,moreover, charged him to offer the two friends the key ofhis box at the Argentina. Franz questioned Albert as to hisintentions; but Albert had great projects to put intoexecution before going to the theatre; and instead of makingany answer, he inquired if Signor Pastrini could procure hima tailor. "A tailor," said the host; "and for what?"

  • 杨千嬅 07-31

    {  "What has just happened."

  • 王海庆 07-31

      "Mademoiselle," replied Morrel with a bitter smile, "I amselfish -- you have already said so -- and as a selfish manI think not of what others would do in my situation, but ofwhat I intend doing myself. I think only that I have knownyou not a whole year. From the day I first saw you, all myhopes of happiness have been in securing your affection. Oneday you acknowledged that you loved me, and since that daymy hope of future happiness has rested on obtaining you, forto gain you would be life to me. Now, I think no more; I sayonly that fortune has turned against me -- I had thought togain heaven, and now I have lost it. It is an every-dayoccurrence for a gambler to lose not only what he possessesbut also what he has not." Morrel pronounced these wordswith perfect calmness; Valentine looked at him a moment withher large, scrutinizing eyes, endeavoring not to let Morreldiscover the grief which struggled in her heart. "But, in aword, what are you going to do?" asked she.

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