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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I will let you know that directly I have seen M. deVillefort, whom I shall endeavor to interest in Edmond'sfavor. I am aware he is a furious royalist; but, in spite ofthat, and of his being king's attorney, he is a man likeourselves, and I fancy not a bad sort of one."
2.  "Baroness," said Danglars, "give me leave to present to youthe Count of Monte Cristo, who has been most warmlyrecommended to me by my correspondents at Rome. I need butmention one fact to make all the ladies in Paris court hisnotice, and that is, that he has come to take up his abodein Paris for a year, during which brief period he proposesto spend six millions of money. That means balls, dinners,and lawn parties without end, in all of which I trust thecount will remember us, as he may depend upon it we shallhim, in our own humble entertainments." In spite of thegross flattery and coarseness of this address, MadameDanglars could not forbear gazing with considerable intereston a man capable of expending six millions in twelve months,and who had selected Paris for the scene of his princelyextravagance. "And when did you arrive here?" inquired she.
3.  "Grief has stunned him," replied d'Avrigny; and they bothreturned thoughtfully to the procureur's study.
4.  "Yes, I insist."
5.  From the same drawer she took a man's complete costume, fromthe boots to the coat, and a provision of linen, where therewas nothing superfluous, but every requisite. Then, with apromptitude which indicated that this was not the first timeshe had amused herself by adopting the garb of the oppositesex, Eugenie drew on the boots and pantaloons, tied hercravat, buttoned her waistcoat up to the throat, and put ona coat which admirably fitted her beautiful figure. "Oh,that is very good -- indeed, it is very good!" said Louise,looking at her with admiration; "but that beautiful blackhair, those magnificent braids, which made all the ladiessigh with envy, -- will they go under a man's hat like theone I see down there?"
6.  Franz and Albert descended, the carriage approached thepalace; their excellencies stretched their legs along theseats; the cicerone sprang into the seat behind. "Where doyour excellencics wish to go?" asked he.


1.  "Unhappy girl," replied Eugenie, "unhappy girl, do you say,sir? No, indeed; the exclamation appears quite theatricaland affected. Happy, on the contrary, for what am I in wantof! The world calls me beautiful. It is something to be wellreceived. I like a favorable reception; it expands thecountenance, and those around me do not then appear so ugly.I possess a share of wit, and a certain relativesensibility, which enables me to draw from life in general,for the support of mine, all I meet with that is good, likethe monkey who cracks the nut to get at its contents. I amrich, for you have one of the first fortunes in France. I amyour only daughter, and you are not so exacting as thefathers of the Porte Saint-Martin and Gaiete, who disinherittheir daughters for not giving them grandchildren. Besides,the provident law has deprived you of the power todisinherit me, at least entirely, as it has also of thepower to compel me to marry Monsieur This or Monsieur That.And so -- being, beautiful, witty, somewhat talented, as thecomic operas say, and rich -- and that is happiness, sir --why do you call me unhappy?"
2.  "What is his name?"
3.  "Is your time, then, expired, since I find you in a fair wayto return there?"
4.  "Did she return home?"
5.  "Come," observed the countess, smiling, "I see my vampire isonly some millionaire, who has taken the appearance of Larain order to avoid being confounded with M. de Rothschild;and you have seen her?"
6.  "Aw?" said Lord Wilmore, with that tone which is only knownto natives of Great Britain.


1.  "Pistols, then, at eight o'clock, in the Bois de Vincennes,"said Beauchamp, quite disconcerted, not knowing if he wasdealing with an arrogant braggadocio or a supernaturalbeing.
2.  "By choosing two of the greatest personages of Rome,especially rich men -- this was the return the holy fatherlooked for. In the first place, he could sell the greatappointments and splendid offices which the cardinalsalready held; and then he had the two hats to sell besides.There was a third point in view, which will appearhereafter. The pope and Caesar Borgia first found the twofuture cardinals; they were Giovanni Rospigliosi, who heldfour of the highest dignities of the Holy See, and CaesarSpada, one of the noblest and richest of the Roman nobility;both felt the high honor of such a favor from the pope. Theywere ambitious, and Caesar Borgia soon found purchasers fortheir appointments. The result was, that Rospigliosi andSpada paid for being cardinals, and eight other persons paidfor the offices the cardinals held before their elevation,and thus eight hundred thousand crowns entered into thecoffers of the speculators.
3.  "Then," said Monte Cristo, "here are 200,000 francs goneafter" --
4.  "The abbe, who was in Paris only for a month, inhabited asmall two-storied house behind Saint-Sulpice; there were tworooms on each floor and he was the only tenant. The twolower rooms consisted of a dining-room, with a table,chairs, and side-board of walnut, -- and a wainscotedparlor, without ornaments, carpet, or timepiece. It wasevident that the abbe limited himself to objects of strictnecessity. He preferred to use the sitting-room upstairs,which was more library than parlor, and was furnished withtheological books and parchments, in which he delighted tobury himself for months at a time, according to his valet dechambre. His valet looked at the visitors through a sort ofwicket; and if their faces were unknown to him or displeasedhim, he replied that the abbe was not in Paris, an answerwhich satisfied most persons, because the abbe was known tobe a great traveller. Besides, whether at home or not,whether in Paris or Cairo, the abbe always left something togive away, which the valet distributed through this wicketin his master's name. The other room near the library was abedroom. A bed without curtains, four arm-chairs, and acouch, covered with yellow Utrecht velvet, composed, with aprie-Dieu, all its furniture. Lord Wilmore resided in RueFontaine-Saint-George. He was one of those English touristswho consume a large fortune in travelling. He hired theapartment in which he lived furnished, passed only a fewhours in the day there, and rarely slept there. One of hispeculiarities was never to speak a word of French, which hehowever wrote with great facility."
5.   "Yes."
6.  "My dear fellow," replied Albert, with perfect ease of mind,"remember, for the future, Napoleon's maxim, `Never awakenme but for bad news;' if you had let me sleep on, I shouldhave finished my galop, and have been grateful to you all mylife. So, then, they have paid my ransom?"


1.  "Well, my boys," said the brigadier, "the brigand mustreally have escaped early this morning; but we will send tothe Villers-Coterets and Noyon roads, and search the forest,when we shall catch him, no doubt." The honorablefunctionary had scarcely expressed himself thus, in thatintonation which is peculiar to brigadiers of thegendarmerie, when a loud scream, accompanied by the violentringing of a bell, resounded through the court of the hotel."Ah, what is that?" cried the brigadier.
2.  "Down-stairs in the decanter."
3.  "Perhaps you never before noticed him?"
4、  "It is no doubt the same," said he. "Did you drink some too,M. Noirtier?"
5、  "Ah," exclaimed the young girl, blushing with delight, andfairly leaping in excess of love, "you see he has notforgotten me, for here he is!" And rushing towards the door,she opened it, saying, "Here, Edmond, here I am!"




  • 殷一璀 08-09

      "Of what packet are you speaking, Danglars?"

  • 陈庆祥 08-09

      "Very good," resumed Danglars; "now your revenge looks likecommon-sense, for in no way can it revert to yourself, andthe matter will thus work its own way; there is nothing todo now but fold the letter as I am doing, and write upon it,`To the king's attorney,' and that's all settled." AndDanglars wrote the address as he spoke.

  • 王雪莲 08-09

       "Your orders do not forbid your telling me what I must knowin ten minutes, in half an hour, or an hour. You see Icannot escape, even if I intended."

  • 叶珠民 08-09

      "Have you any objection to meet any persons who may be withmadame, or do you desire to preserve a strict incognito?"

  • 梁远东 08-08

    {  Some hours afterwards it began again, nearer and moredistinct. Edmond was intensely interested. Suddenly thejailer entered.

  • 武野武 08-07

      "You have done well to speak to me, and ask for myassistance, for I was about to form another plan, and leaveyou; but your age reassures me. I will not forget you.Wait."}

  • 程永华 08-07

      "Merely his daughter."

  • 范雯枫 08-07

      "Not so," murmured the journalist; "on the contrary" --

  • 阿尔布拉 08-06

       "You are wrong; you should always strive to see clearlyaround you. You seem a worthy young man; I will depart fromthe strict line of my duty to aid you in discovering theauthor of this accusation. Here is the paper; do you knowthe writing?" As he spoke, Villefort drew the letter fromhis pocket, and presented it to Dantes. Dantes read it. Acloud passed over his brow as he said, --

  • 叶双瑜 08-04

    {  "Why do you address me so coldly -- so distantly?" asked theyoung Greek. "Have I by any means displeased you? Oh, if so,punish me as you will; but do not -- do not speak to me intones and manner so formal and constrained."

  • 周淑真 08-04

      "Because it is against prison rules, and prisoners must noteven ask for it."