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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Is it so? Then I feel as if I could adore Madame deVillefort."
2.  "Yes," looked the invalid, his eye beaming with delight atthe ready interpretation of his meaning.
3.  "No excellency, I do not recollect telling you that."
4.  "Do so, then."
5.  "True," said Louis XVIII., "was there not a marriageengagement between you and Mademoiselle de Saint-Meran?"
6.  "Well, then, wretches," cried Danglars, "I will defy yourinfamous calculations -- I would rather die at once! You maytorture, torment, kill me, but you shall not have mysignature again!"


1.  "But, sir," remarked the young woman, "these Easternsocieties, in the midst of which you have passed a portionof your existence, are as fantastic as the tales that comefrom their strange land. A man can easily be put out of theway there, then; it is, indeed, the Bagdad and Bassora ofthe `Thousand and One Nights.' The sultans and viziers whorule over society there, and who constitute what in Francewe call the government, are really Haroun-al-Raschids andGiaffars, who not only pardon a poisoner, but even make hima prime minister, if his crime has been an ingenious one,and who, under such circumstances, have the whole storywritten in letters of gold, to divert their hours ofidleness and ennui."
2.  "Noirtier!" repeated the abbe; "Noirtier! -- I knew a personof that name at the court of the Queen of Etruria, -- aNoirtier, who had been a Girondin during the Revolution!What was your deputy called?"
3.  "That is another thing: he was recommended to me by a goodabbe, who may be deceived. Give him a direct invitation, butdo not ask me to present him. If he were afterwards to marryMademoiselle Danglars, you would accuse me of intrigue, andwould be challenging me, -- besides, I may not be theremyself."
4.  Monte Cristo was engaged in examining this portrait with noless care than he had bestowed upon the other, when anotherdoor opened, and he found himself opposite to the Count ofMorcerf in person. He was a man of forty to forty-fiveyears, but he seemed at least fifty, and his black mustacheand eyebrows contrasted strangely with his almost whitehair, which was cut short, in the military fashion. He wasdressed in plain clothes, and wore at his button-hole theribbons of the different orders to which he belonged. Heentered with a tolerably dignified step, and some littlehaste. Monte Cristo saw him advance towards him withoutmaking a single step. It seemed as if his feet were rootedto the ground, and his eyes on the Count of Morcerf."Father," said the young man, "I have the honor ofpresenting to you the Count of Monte Cristo, the generousfriend whom I had the good fortune to meet in the criticalsituation of which I have told you."
5.  "Oh, yes."
6.  "Stop a minute," answered Caderousse; "we might beinterrupted in the most interesting part of my story, whichwould be a pity; and it is as well that your visit hithershould be made known only to ourselves." With these words hewent stealthily to the door, which he closed, and, by way ofstill greater precaution, bolted and barred it, as he wasaccustomed to do at night. During this time the abbe hadchosen his place for listening at his ease. He removed hisseat into a corner of the room, where he himself would be indeep shadow, while the light would be fully thrown on thenarrator; then, with head bent down and hands clasped, orrather clinched together, he prepared to give his wholeattention to Caderousse, who seated himself on the littlestool, exactly opposite to him.


1.  "Thank you, Morrel." Then ringing the bell once, "Look."said he to Ali, who came immediately, "take that to mysolicitor. It is my will, Morrel. When I am dead, you willgo and examine it."
2.  The brigadier sent for some sticks and straw, and havingfilled the chimney with them, set a light to it. The firecrackled, and the smoke ascended like the dull vapor from avolcano; but still no prisoner fell down, as they expected.The fact was, that Andrea, at war with society ever sincehis youth, was quite as deep as a gendarme, even though hewere advanced to the rank of brigadier, and quite preparedfor the fire, he had climbed out on the roof and wascrouching down against the chimney-pots. At one time hethought he was saved, for he heard the brigadier exclaim ina loud voice, to the two gendarmes, "He is not here!" Butventuring to peep, he perceived that the latter, instead ofretiring, as might have been reasonably expected upon thisannouncement, were watching with increased attention.
3.  "Well, then, look at M. de Villefort, and then ask me forproofs."
4.  "Try to spend it all. They have some business with you, Ithink, from what they told me the day before yesterday. I,indeed, invited them here to-day on your account. I willintroduce you to them."
5.   "None at all."
6.  "Where he fell."


1.  "So far, then," said Danglars, mentally, "all has gone as Iwould have it. I am, temporarily, commander of the Pharaon,with the certainty of being permanently so, if that fool ofa Caderousse can be persuaded to hold his tongue. My onlyfear is the chance of Dantes being released. But, there, heis in the hands of Justice; and," added he with a smile,"she will take her own." So saying, he leaped into a boat,desiring to be rowed on board the Pharaon, where M. Morrelhad agreed to meet him.
2.  "I have already enjoyed that treat when breakfasting withyou," said Morcerf.
3.  "Oh, yes," said Chateau-Renaud.
4、  "We will wait, then," said Morrel.
5、  "What do you mean?" asked Mercedes, with an angry glance, --"what do you mean? I do not understand you?"




  • 陈金彪 08-04

      "Listen; this is not a command, but advice I give you."

  • 和永威 08-04

      "Oh, mercy, mercy, monsieur!"

  • 热娜·玉素甫 08-04

       "When shall you send your invitations?"

  • 邓启雄 08-04

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

  • 崔永元 08-03

    {  "Indeed, no," said Chateau-Renaud -- "Did you know her?"

  • 林某福 08-02

      Then, noticing that Julie was struck with the sound of hisvoice, --}

  • 何小竹 08-02

      "And who is the Countess G---- ?" inquired Chateau-Renaud.

  • 杨骑瑞 08-02

      "Really?" answered Edmond, with a smile which had in ittraces of slight uneasiness.

  • 刘世运 08-01

       "Eugenie Danglars," said Monte Cristo; "tell me, is not herfather Baron Danglars?"

  • 刘强 07-30

    {  "Yes; and we are going to his house."

  • 伊万诺维奇 07-30

      "Oh, madame," said the count, when Valentine had left theroom, "was it on my account that you sent Mademoiselle deVillefort away?"