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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I do not know."
2.  "When I no longer require them, Bertuccio will sell them,and he expects to realize thirty or forty thousand francs bythe sale."
3.  Nothing had as yet occurred to shake Cocles' belief; thelast month's payment had been made with the most scrupulousexactitude; Cocles had detected an overbalance of fourteensous in his cash, and the same evening he had brought themto M. Morrel, who, with a melancholy smile, threw them intoan almost empty drawer, saying: --
4.  Monte Cristo repeated all the titles he had read on thebaron's card.
5.  "Hope!" faintly murmured Fernand, but the word seemed to dieaway on his pale agitated lips, and a convulsive spasmpassed over his countenance.
6.  "Come, Beauchamp," said Chateau-Renaud, "I will bet anythingyou do not believe a word of all you have been telling us."


1.  "But the strangest part of the story is," resumed the abbe,"that Dantes, even in his dying moments, swore by hiscrucified Redeemer, that he was utterly ignorant of thecause of his detention."
2.  "Sir," said Albert, rising, "I will do myself the honor ofsending my seconds to you, and you will be kind enough toarrange with them the place of meeting and the weapons."
3.  "I should have thrown myself into the sea, gained one of theislands near here -- the Isle de Daume or the Isle deTiboulen -- and then I should have been safe."
4.  "`He was right,' said Luigi. `Do you desire it as ardentlyas you say?' -- `Yes.' -- `Well, then, you shall have it!'
5.  "I was saying it was very interesting."
6.  Chapter 62Ghosts.


1.  Dantes, meanwhile, went on his way. Each step he trodoppressed his heart with fresh emotion; his first and mostindelible recollections were there; not a tree, not astreet, that he passed but seemed filled with dear andcherished memories. And thus he proceeded onwards till hearrived at the end of the Rue de Noailles, from whence afull view of the Allees de Meillan was obtained. At thisspot, so pregnant with fond and filial remembrances, hisheart beat almost to bursting, his knees tottered under him,a mist floated over his sight, and had he not clung forsupport to one of the trees, he would inevitably have fallento the ground and been crushed beneath the many vehiclescontinually passing there. Recovering himself, however, hewiped the perspiration from his brows, and stopped not againtill he found himself at the door of the house in which hisfather had lived.
2.  "By no means, my dear duke; but just stretch out your hand."
3.  "I have been told," said the count, "that you do not alwaysyourselves understand the signals you repeat."
4.  "But," said the Englishman, "this looks very much like asuspension of payment."
5.   "No."
6.  "What?" said Morrel, "you dead?"


1.  "Marquise, marquise!" interposed the old nobleman who hadproposed the toast, "let the young people alone; let me tellyou, on one's wedding day there are more agreeable subjectsof conversation than dry politics."
2.  "A girl of six or seven -- that is, a little younger thanVampa -- tended sheep on a farm near Palestrina; she was anorphan, born at Valmontone and was named Teresa. The twochildren met, sat down near each other, let their flocksmingle together, played, laughed, and conversed together; inthe evening they separated the Count of San-Felice's flockfrom those of Baron Cervetri, and the children returned totheir respective farms, promising to meet the next morning.The next day they kept their word, and thus they grew uptogether. Vampa was twelve, and Teresa eleven. And yet theirnatural disposition revealed itself. Beside his taste forthe fine arts, which Luigi had carried as far as he could inhis solitude, he was given to alternating fits of sadnessand enthusiasm, was often angry and capricious, and alwayssarcastic. None of the lads of Pampinara, Palestrina, orValmontone had been able to gain any influence over him oreven to become his companion. His disposition (alwaysinclined to exact concessions rather than to make them) kepthim aloof from all friendships. Teresa alone ruled by alook, a word, a gesture, this impetuous character, whichyielded beneath the hand of a woman, and which beneath thehand of a man might have broken, but could never have beenbended. Teresa was lively and gay, but coquettish to excess.The two piastres that Luigi received every month from theCount of San-Felice's steward, and the price of all thelittle carvings in wood he sold at Rome, were expended inear-rings, necklaces, and gold hairpins. So that, thanks toher friend's generosity, Teresa was the most beautiful andthe best-attired peasant near Rome. The two children grew uptogether, passing all their time with each other, and givingthemselves up to the wild ideas of their differentcharacters. Thus, in all their dreams, their wishes, andtheir conversations, Vampa saw himself the captain of avessel, general of an army, or governor of a province.Teresa saw herself rich, superbly attired, and attended by atrain of liveried domestics. Then, when they had thus passedthe day in building castles in the air, they separated theirflocks, and descended from the elevation of their dreams tothe reality of their humble position.
3.  "`Because a fortnight since I was questioned on the samesubject.'
4、  "Happy father, happy son!" said the count.
5、  "Really, count," replied Franz, "one would think that youhad studied the different tortures of all the nations of theworld."




  • 瓦格纳 08-05

      "That is not probable."

  • 顿顿 08-05

      "Morrel," muttered Albert -- "Morrel -- who is he?" Butbefore he had finished, M. de Chateau-Renaud, a handsomeyoung man of thirty, gentleman all over, -- that is, withthe figure of a Guiche and the wit of a Mortemart, -- tookAlbert's hand. "My dear Albert," said he, "let me introduceto you M. Maximilian Morrel, captain of Spahis, my friend;and what is more -- however the man speaks for himself ---mypreserver. Salute my hero, viscount." And he stepped on oneside to give place to a young man of refined and dignifiedbearing, with large and open brow, piercing eyes, and blackmustache, whom our readers have already seen at Marseilles,under circumstances sufficiently dramatic not to beforgotten. A rich uniform, half French, half Oriental, setoff his graceful and stalwart figure, and his broad chestwas decorated with the order of the Legion of Honor. Theyoung officer bowed with easy and elegant politeness."Monsieur," said Albert with affectionate courtesy, "thecount of Chateau-Renaud knew how much pleasure thisintroduction would give me; you are his friend, be oursalso."

  • 何建民 08-05

       "Yes," replied Eugenie.

  • 约翰-亨森 08-05

      "Chance?" replied Villefort; "No, no, madame, there is nosuch thing as chance."

  • 蒋忠阁 08-04

    {  "Come, step in," said the young man. It was a pity thisscene had not occurred in daylight, for it was curious tosee this rascal throwing himself heavily down on the cushionbeside the young and elegant driver of the tilbury. Andreadrove past the last house in the village without saying aword to his companion, who smiled complacently, as thoughwell-pleased to find himself travelling in so comfortable avehicle. Once out of Auteuil, Andrea looked around, in orderto assure himself that he could neither be seen nor heard,and then, stopping the horse and crossing his arms beforethe man, he asked, -- "Now, tell me why you come to disturbmy tranquillity?"

  • 吉祥里 08-03

      "Shall I receive it from my father?" asked Andrea, with someuneasiness.}

  • 徐铭辛 08-03

      "You have known him for some time, then?"

  • 王春燕 08-03

      "Thanks, thanks," said Monte Cristo, judging from thesteward's utter prostration that he could not stretch thecord further without danger of breaking it. "Give me alight."

  • 张梓琳 08-02

       Edmond Dantes.

  • 华洋 07-31

    {  "But let us not yield to gloomy apprehensions," said theyoung man; "I assure you we are, or rather we shall be, veryhappy. You are a woman at once full of spirit andresignation; I have become simple in my tastes, and amwithout passion, I hope. Once in service, I shall be rich --once in M. Dantes' house, you will be at rest. Let usstrive, I beseech you, -- let us strive to be cheerful."

  • 王伶 07-31

      "Shall we see you again to give us any information?"inquired the countess.