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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Maximilian, my dearest brother!" she cried. At these wordsMadame Morrel rose, and threw herself into her son's arms."Mother," said the young man, looking alternately at MadameMorrel and her daughter, "what has occurred -- what hashappened? Your letter has frightened me, and I have comehither with all speed."
2.  "Yes."
3.  Fernand smiled piteously. "A lover is never terrible," hesaid.
4.  "My good friend, as in all probability I own my presentsafety to that influence, it would ill become me to searchtoo closely into its source; therefore, instead ofcondemning him for his intimacy with outlaws, you must giveme leave to excuse any little irregularity there may be insuch a connection; not altogether for preserving my life,for my own idea was that it never was in much danger, butcertainly for saving me 4,000 piastres, which, beingtranslated, means neither more nor less than 24,000 livresof our money -- a sum at which, most assuredly, I shouldnever have been estimated in France, proving mostindisputably," added Albert with a laugh, "that no prophetis honored in his own country."
5.  " What!" cried Monte Cristo, "it was M. de Villefort?"
6.  "Ah, my dear father!" exclaimed Andrea, evidently charmedwith the idea of his speedy departure.


1.  "M. Cavalcanti's?" asked Beauchamp.
2.  "And it has staggered everybody. There must have been in hislife some strange secret that no one knows."
3.  "Yes, certainly," interrupted Monte Cristo; "but LordWilmore did not omit to inform me, my dear M. Andrea, thatthe season of your youth was rather a stormy one. Ah," saidthe count, watching Andrea's countenance, "I do not demandany confession from you; it is precisely to avoid thatnecessity that your father was sent for from Lucca. Youshall soon see him. He is a little stiff and pompous in hismanner, and he is disfigured by his uniform; but when itbecomes known that he has been for eighteen years in theAustrian service, all that will be pardoned. We are notgenerally very severe with the Austrians. In short, you willfind your father a very presentable person, I assure you."
4.  Chapter 117The Fifth of October.
5.  "Ten millions! Do you think so? It is magnificent!" saidCavalcanti, who was quite confounded at the metallic soundof these golden words. "Without reckoning," replied MonteCristo, "that all his fortune will come to you, and justlytoo, since Mademoiselle Danglars is an only daughter.Besides, your own fortune, as your father assured me, isalmost equal to that of your betrothed. But enough of moneymatters. Do you know, M. Andrea, I think you have managedthis affair rather skilfully?"
6.  The sobriquet of La Carconte had been bestowed on MadeleineRadelle from the fact that she had been born in a village,so called, situated between Salon and Lambesc; and as acustom existed among the inhabitants of that part of Francewhere Caderousse lived of styling every person by someparticular and distinctive appellation, her husband hadbestowed on her the name of La Carconte in place of hersweet and euphonious name of Madeleine, which, in allprobability, his rude gutteral language would not haveenabled him to pronounce. Still, let it not be supposed thatamid this affected resignation to the will of Providence,the unfortunate inn-keeper did not writhe under the doublemisery of seeing the hateful canal carry off his customersand his profits, and the daily infliction of his peevishpartner's murmurs and lamentations.


1.  "One day we received a letter. I should tell you that welived in the little village of Rogliano, at the extremity ofCape Corso. This letter was from my brother. He told us thatthe army was disbanded, and that he should return byChateauroux, Clermont-Ferrand, Le Puy, and Nimes; and, if Ihad any money, he prayed me to leave it for him at Nimes,with an inn-keeper with whom I had dealings."
2.  "Well, and it is that" --
3.  "Fortunately, sire," said M. de Blacas, "we can rely on thearmy; your majesty knows how every report confirms theirloyalty and attachment."
4.  "That is also possible.
5.   "Well, I will immediately call on M. Danglars, and tell himthat my mother and myself must leave Paris to-morrow. I havenot seen you, consequently I know nothing of your dinner."
6.  "Then," murmured Louis, "he was well informed. And how manymen had he with him?"


1.  "Yes, and up to this point I know all," said the priest."Dantes himself only knew that which personally concernedhim, for he never beheld again the five persons I have namedto you, or heard mention of any one of them."
2.  "Impostor," repeated Villefort; "certainly, madame, youappear to extenuate some cases, and exaggerate others.Impostor, indeed! -- M. Andrea Cavalcanti, or rather M.Benedetto, is nothing more nor less than an assassin!"
3.  "Well," said Madame Danglars, "come and undress me." Theyentered the bedroom. Debray stretched himself upon a largecouch, and Madame Danglars passed into her dressing-roomwith Mademoiselle Cornelie. "My dear M. Lucien," said MadameDanglars through the door, "you are always complaining thatEugenie will not address a word to you."
4、  Chapter 5The Marriage-Feast.
5、  "She could, nevertheless, make up her mind to renounce theworld, sir, since it is only about a year ago that sheherself proposed entering a convent."




  • 周端璞 08-02

      But, instead of growing easier, Dantes' pains appeared toincrease in violence. The old patron, who was obliged tosail in the morning in order to land his cargo on thefrontiers of Piedmont and France, between Nice and Frejus,urged Dantes to try and rise. Edmond made great exertions inorder to comply; but at each effort he fell back, moaningand turning pale.

  • 国浩 08-02

      "And how long shall we be in accomplishing the necessarywork?"

  • 方燕明 08-02

       "What are you doing?"

  • 梅尧臣 08-02

      "I think nothing, my friend; but all things are possible. Bythe way" --

  • 李大海 08-01

    {  "Did it belong to M. de Saint-Meran?" demanded Monte Cristo.

  • 刘震武 07-31

      "That's a daring rascal," whispered the count.}

  • 张某山 07-31

      "The king! I thought he was philosopher enough to allow thatthere was no murder in politics. In politics, my dearfellow, you know, as well as I do, there are no men, butideas -- no feelings, but interests; in politics we do notkill a man, we only remove an obstacle, that is all. Wouldyou like to know how matters have progressed? Well, I willtell you. It was thought reliance might be placed in GeneralQuesnel; he was recommended to us from the Island of Elba;one of us went to him, and invited him to the RueSaint-Jacques, where he would find some friends. He camethere, and the plan was unfolded to him for leaving Elba,the projected landing, etc. When he had heard andcomprehended all to the fullest extent, he replied that hewas a royalist. Then all looked at each other, -- he wasmade to take an oath, and did so, but with such an ill gracethat it was really tempting Providence to swear him, andyet, in spite of that, the general was allowed to departfree -- perfectly free. Yet he did not return home. Whatcould that mean? why, my dear fellow, that on leaving us helost his way, that's all. A murder? really, Villefort, yousurprise me. You, a deputy procureur, to found an accusationon such bad premises! Did I ever say to you, when you werefulfilling your character as a royalist, and cut off thehead of one of my party, `My son, you have committed amurder?' No, I said, `Very well, sir, you have gained thevictory; to-morrow, perchance, it will be our turn.'"

  • 伯大柱 07-31

      "Indeed? Pray tell me how it happened?"

  • 陈逢逢 07-30

       "No," replied Andrea, dryly, "no, I cannot."

  • 喻晨晰 07-28

    {  "Well, then, in return for your story," continued Noirtier,"I will tell you another."

  • 白田 07-28

      "Thank you, sir," said Albert, smiling. "In the midst of ourmisfortunes, we are still rich enough not to requireassistance from any one. We are leaving Paris, and when ourjourney is paid, we shall have 5,000 francs left." The bloodmounted to the temples of Debray, who held a million in hispocket-book, and unimaginative as he was he could not helpreflecting that the same house had contained two women, oneof whom, justly dishonored, had left it poor with 1,500,000francs under her cloak, while the other, unjustly stricken,but sublime in her misfortune, was yet rich with a fewdeniers. This parallel disturbed his usual politeness, thephilosophy he witnessed appalled him, he muttered a fewwords of general civility and ran down-stairs.