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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "So much so, that yesterday I would not take the two hundredfrancs."
2.  "It is well. As soon as he arrives inform me. We must beexpeditious. And then I also wish to see a notary, that Imay be assured that all our property returns to Valentine."
3.  "Yes; you! How came it known?"
4.  "You can change them, idiot; gold is worth five sous."
5.  "My deduction is," replied Villefort, "that my father, ledaway by his passions, has committed some fault unknown tohuman justice, but marked by the justice of God. That God,desirous in his mercy to punish but one person, has visitedthis justice on him alone." Monte Cristo with a smile on hislips, uttered in the depths of his soul a groan which wouldhave made Villefort fly had he but heard it. "Adieu, sir,"said the magistrate, who had risen from his seat; "I leaveyou, bearing a remembrance of you -- a remembrance ofesteem, which I hope will not be disagreeable to you whenyou know me better; for I am not a man to bore my friends,as you will learn. Besides, you have made an eternal friendof Madame de Villefort." The count bowed, and contentedhimself with seeing Villefort to the door of his cabinet,the procureur being escorted to his carriage by two footmen,who, on a signal from their master, followed him with everymark of attention. When he had gone, Monte Cristo breathed aprofound sigh, and said, -- "Enough of this poison, let menow seek the antidote." Then sounding his bell, he said toAli, who entered, "I am going to madam's chamber -- have thecarriage ready at one o'clock."
6.  "A rope-ladder and some tools?"


1.  "And those of the second floor?"
2.  "In a word," said Mercedes, "it was a way of assuring methat his abstinence was intended." And she left the room. Aminute afterwards the blinds were thrown open, and throughthe jessamine and clematis that overhung the window onecould see the garden ornamented with lanterns, and thesupper laid under the tent. Dancers, players, talkers, alluttered an exclamation of joy -- every one inhaled withdelight the breeze that floated in. At the same timeMercedes reappeared, paler than before, but with thatimperturbable expression of countenance which she sometimeswore. She went straight to the group of which her husbandformed the centre. "Do not detain those gentlemen here,count," she said; "they would prefer, I should think, tobreathe in the garden rather than suffocate here, since theyare not playing."
3.  "The sun is not shining," said Morrel, more alarmed byNoirtier's expression than by Valentine's indisposition. Heran towards her. The young girl smiled. "Cheer up," said sheto Noirtier. "Do not be alarmed, Maximilian; it is nothing,and has already passed away. But listen! Do I not hear acarriage in the court-yard?" She opened Noirtier's door, ranto a window in the passage, and returned hastily. "Yes,"said she, "it is Madame Danglars and her daughter, who havecome to call on us. Good-by; -- I must run away, for theywould send here for me, or, rather, farewell till I see youagain. Stay with grandpapa, Maximilian; I promise you not topersuade them to stay."
4.  "The nearest," said the district doctor, "is a good Italianabbe, who lives next door to you. Shall I call on him as Ipass?"
5.  Caderousse remained for a moment aghast under the weight ofsuch an idea. "Oh!" he said, taking up his hat, which heplaced on the red handkerchief tied round his head, "we willsoon find out."
6.  "I? What could put such an idea into your head?"


1.  "No, no, no," replied the eye of the paralytic.
2.  "Well?"
3.  "What do you mean?"
4.  The extension provided for by the agent of Thomson & French,at the moment when Morrel expected it least, was to the poorshipowner so decided a stroke of good fortune that he almostdared to believe that fate was at length grown weary ofwasting her spite upon him. The same day he told his wife,Emmanuel, and his daughter all that had occurred; and a rayof hope, if not of tranquillity, returned to the family.Unfortunately, however, Morrel had not only engagements withthe house of Thomson & French, who had shown themselves soconsiderate towards him; and, as he had said, in business hehad correspondents, and not friends. When he thought thematter over, he could by no means account for this generousconduct on the part of Thomson & French towards him; andcould only attribute it to some such selfish argument asthis: -- "We had better help a man who owes us nearly300,000 francs, and have those 300,000 francs at the end ofthree months than hasten his ruin, and get only six or eightper cent of our money back again." Unfortunately, whetherthrough envy or stupidity, all Morrel's correspondents didnot take this view; and some even came to a contrarydecision. The bills signed by Morrel were presented at hisoffice with scrupulous exactitude, and, thanks to the delaygranted by the Englishman, were paid by Cocles with equalpunctuality. Cocles thus remained in his accustomedtranquillity. It was Morrel alone who remembered with alarm,that if he had to repay on the 15th the 50,000 francs of M.de Boville, and on the 30th the 32,500 francs of bills, forwhich, as well as the debt due to the inspector of prisons,he had time granted, he must be a ruined man.
5.   "Certainly not longer."
6.  The young man remarked the greedy glance which shone in thedark eyes of his neighbor. "Eh," he said, negligently. "thismoney is not mine. I was expressing to my father my fearsthat he had wanted many things in my absence, and toconvince me he emptied his purse on the table. Come, father"added Dantes, "put this money back in your box -- unlessneighbor Caderousse wants anything, and in that case it isat his service."


1.  "Because I am he who saved your father's life when he wishedto destroy himself, as you do to-day -- because I am the manwho sent the purse to your young sister, and the Pharaon toold Morrel -- because I am the Edmond Dantes who nursed you,a child, on my knees." Morrel made another step back,staggering, breathless, crushed; then all his strength giveway, and he fell prostrate at the feet of Monte Cristo. Thenhis admirable nature underwent a complete and suddenrevulsion; he arose, rushed out of the room and to thestairs, exclaiming energetically, "Julie, Julie -- Emmanuel,Emmanuel!"
2.  "But, excellency" -- said Pastrini, still striving to gainhis point.
3.  "Do you wish him to read it?" said Valentine.
4、  Mercedes burst into tears; her woman's heart was breakingunder its load of memories. Monte Cristo took her hand andimprinted a kiss on it; but she herself felt that it was akiss of no greater warmth than he would have bestowed on thehand of some marble statue of a saint. "It often happens,"continued she, "that a first fault destroys the prospects ofa whole life. I believed you dead; why did I survive you?What good has it done me to mourn for you eternally in thesecret recesses of my heart? -- only to make a woman ofthirty-nine look like a woman of fifty. Why, havingrecognized you, and I the only one to do so -- why was Iable to save my son alone? Ought I not also to have rescuedthe man that I had accepted for a husband, guilty though hewere? Yet I let him die! What do I say? Oh, mercifulheavens, was I not accessory to his death by my supineinsensibility, by my contempt for him, not remembering, ornot willing to remember, that it was for my sake he hadbecome a traitor and a perjurer? In what am I benefited byaccompanying my son so far, since I now abandon him, andallow him to depart alone to the baneful climate of Africa?Oh, I have been base, cowardly, I tell you; I have abjuredmy affections, and like all renegades I am of evil omen tothose who surround me!"
5、  "Let them all be taken away and changed, then, with theexception of the sleeping-chamber which is hung with reddamask; you will leave that exactly as it is." Bertucciobowed. "You will not touch the garden either; as to theyard, you may do what you please with it; I should preferthat being altered beyond all recognition."




  • 余万梅 08-05

      "Are we threatened with a fresh Reign of Terror?" askedanother.

  • 江村旺扎 08-05


  • 王炳顺 08-05

       "Why so?" inquired Dantes.

  • 达·芬奇 08-05

      "I think not, sir," replied M. Cavalcanti; "in Italy thenobility generally marry young. Life is so uncertain, thatwe ought to secure happiness while it is within our reach."

  • 刘梓娇 08-04

    {  "Delightful; shall we be quite retired? have no society, noneighbors?"

  • 胡平 08-03

      "Of what country?"}

  • 希达雅特 08-03

      "It is a road your ancestors have traced for you," saidAlbert gallantly.

  • 关鸿江 08-03

      "No, count; but to leave Paris" --

  • 徐晓 08-02

       "An enemy!" cried Mercedes, with an angry look at hercousin. "An enemy in my house, do you say, Edmond! If Ibelieved that, I would place my arm under yours and go withyou to Marseilles, leaving the house to return to it nomore."

  • 克里斯-克里斯托弗森 07-31

    {  "He eats, then?"

  • 王某亮 07-31

      "Oh, yes, in spite of all I could say. I do not know theyoung man; he is said to be of good family and rich, but Inever trust to vague assertions. I have warned M. Danglarsof it till I am tired, but he is fascinated with hisLuccanese. I have even informed him of a circumstance Iconsider very serious; the young man was either charmed byhis nurse, stolen by gypsies, or lost by his tutor, Iscarcely know which. But I do know his father lost sight ofhim for more than ten years; what he did during these tenyears, God only knows. Well, all that was useless. They havecommissioned me to write to the major to demand papers, andhere they are. I send them, but like Pilate -- washing myhands."