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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Sir," said she, "it is superfluous for me to tell you thatValentine's marriage is broken off, since it was here thatthe affair was concluded." Noirtier's countenance remainedimmovable. "But one thing I can tell you, of which I do notthink you are aware; that is, that I have always beenopposed to this marriage, and that the contract was enteredinto entirely without my consent or approbation." Noirtierregarded his daughter-in-law with the look of a man desiringan explanation. "Now that this marriage, which I know you somuch disliked, is done away with, I come to you on an errandwhich neither M. de Villefort nor Valentine couldconsistently undertake." Noirtier's eyes demanded the natureof her mission. "I come to entreat you, sir," continuedMadame de Villefort, "as the only one who has the right ofdoing so, inasmuch as I am the only one who will receive nopersonal benefit from the transaction, -- I come to entreatyou to restore, not your love, for that she has alwayspossessed, but to restore your fortune to yourgranddaughter."
2.  "My husband has given me his word, sir," said Madame deVillefort; "you have just seen him resolve to keep it whenhe has everything to lose, and surely there is more reasonfor his doing so where he has everything to gain."
3.  "This treasure belongs to you, my dear friend," repliedDantes, "and to you only. I have no right to it. I am norelation of yours."
4.  "Do you know the assassin?" asked Morrel.
5.  "Reverend sir," said Caderousse, drawing still nearer.
6.  "Never mind, dearest mother," said a young and lovely girl,with a profusion of light brown hair, and eyes that seemedto float in liquid crystal, "'tis all my fault for seizingupon M. de Villefort, so as to prevent his listening to whatyou said. But there -- now take him -- he is your own for aslong as you like. M. Villefort, I beg to remind you mymother speaks to you."


1.  "Without you? Did you really think me capable of that?"
2.  "No," said Villefort; "only return again at eleven o'clock;at twelve the -- the -- oh, heavens, my poor, poor child!"and the procureur again becoming a man, lifted up his eyesand groaned.
3.  "Really, my dear M. Bertuccio," said the count, "since youhave been in Paris, you have become quite nervous, andapparently out of your element; you no longer seem tounderstand me."
4.  "If I took them, and were detected, I should lose my place,which is worth two thousand francs a year; so that I shouldbe a great fool to run such a risk for three hundred."
5.  "Or will you allow me to show you several fine statues byThorwaldsen, Bartoloni, and Canova? -- all foreign artists,for, as you may perceive, I think but very indifferently ofour French sculptors."
6.  "You think this house pretty, do you not?"


1.  "Ah," said Morrel, "one quits a dungeon in a week, a month,or a year."
2.  Chapter 46Unlimited Credit.
3.  "And who knows it?" Noirtier looked at the door where theservant had gone out. "Barrois?" said she.
4.  "Can we account for instinct?" said Monte Cristo. "Are therenot some places where we seem to breathe sadness? -- why, wecannot tell. It is a chain of recollections -- an idea whichcarries you back to other times, to other places -- which,very likely, have no connection with the present time andplace. And there is something in this room which reminds meforcibly of the chamber of the Marquise de Ganges* orDesdemona. Stay, since we have finished dinner, I will showit to you, and then we will take coffee in the garden. Afterdinner, the play." Monte Cristo looked inquiringly at hisguests. Madame de Villefort rose, Monte Cristo did the same,and the rest followed their example. Villefort and MadameDanglars remained for a moment, as if rooted to their seats;they questioned each other with vague and stupid glances."Did you hear?" said Madame Danglars.
5.   "Ma foi, what rival? Why, your protege, M. AndreaCavalcanti!"
6.  "Count," replied Maximilian, with an air of gravity, "thoseare our most precious family treasures."


1.  "No, you will not forget it, because you are a man of honor,Morrel, because you have taken an oath, and are about to doso again."
2.  "No, I have never injured her."
3.  "Yes, and a sincere friend; I love him devotedly. But now weare alone, -- although it is immaterial to me, -- where arewe going?"
4、  "Yes, Morrel," said Monte Cristo, with a calmness whichcontrasted strangely with the young man's excitement; "yes,I would do so."
5、  "Oh, no," returned Monte Cristo negligently; "since I havethis, I will keep it."




  • 稻叶正夫 08-08

      "No, but I was brought up in Corsica; you are old andobstinate, I am young and wilful. Between people like usthreats are out of place, everything should be amicablyarranged. Is it my fault if fortune, which has frowned onyou, has been kind to me?"

  • 帅酷 08-08

      "Well, what is it?"

  • 田旭必 08-08

       "Well, sir," asked Franz, "what do you wish me to do withthis paper?"

  • 金惠敬 08-08

      "You keep the registers of entries and departures?"

  • 郭莹 08-07

    {  "You are right; it was left on board."

  • 王时敏 08-06

      "Yes." answered the abbe; "Edmond related to me everythinguntil the moment when he was arrested in a small cabaretclose to Marseilles."}

  • 唐仕林 08-06

      "Do so, then, but let it be the last."

  • 赵永辉 08-06

      "Move on, then." And the bier was lifted once more, and theyproceeded.

  • 魏冬冬 08-05

       "Well, then, after this first visit has been made we shallcount on you."

  • 赵晶兰 08-03

    {  "It is not that which deterred me," replied Monte Cristo;"but as I determined to have a house to myself, I sent on myvalet de chambre, and he ought by this time to have boughtthe house and furnished it."

  • 付林 08-03

      "I beg your pardon," interposed Monte Cristo.