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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Ah, to be sure."
2.  "Doubtless; it is said M. Danglars conceals at least half ofhis fortune."
3.  "Oh, yes, they will; only listen to that charming finale.How exquisitely Coselli sings his part."
4.  It was time, for the jailer was coming. On this occasion hebegan his rounds at Dantes' cell, and on leaving him he wenton to Faria's dungeon, taking thither breakfast and somelinen. Nothing betokened that the man know anything of whathad occurred. He went on his way.
5.  "I do not deny it," returned the count; "but why are youthus agitated. It is a bad sign; a quiet conscience does notoccasion such paleness in the cheeks, and such fever in thehands of a man."
6.  "With Beauchamp."


1.  "Guard carefully the secret of your birth. Make no allusionto the past; nor upon any occasion be induced to pronouncethe names of your illustrious father or ill-fated mother."
2.  "I have."
3.  "You have been free to choose your career," observed theCount of Morcerf, with a sigh; "and you have chosen the pathstrewed with flowers."
4.  Dantes gazed with admiration, but he had some difficulty inbelieving. Faria saw this.
5.  "What you tell me is horrible, sir. You wish to make mebelieve something too dreadful. What? -- attempt to murderme in my father's house, in my room, on my bed of sickness?Oh, leave me, sir; you are tempting me -- you make me doubtthe goodness of providence -- it is impossible, it cannotbe!"
6.  "And that is the very thing that alarms me," returnedDantes. "Man does not appear to me to be intended to enjoyfelicity so unmixed; happiness is like the enchanted palaceswe read of in our childhood, where fierce, fiery dragonsdefend the entrance and approach; and monsters of all shapesand kinds, requiring to be overcome ere victory is ours. Iown that I am lost in wonder to find myself promoted to anhonor of which I feel myself unworthy -- that of being thehusband of Mercedes."


1.  "Sir, you have distracted me; I shall be fined."
2.  "As you please, sir," said Franz.
3.  "Listen, Morrel, and pay attention to what I am about totell you. I knew a man who like you had fixed all his hopesof happiness upon a woman. He was young, he had an oldfather whom he loved, a betrothed bride whom he adored. Hewas about to marry her, when one of the caprices of fate, --which would almost make us doubt the goodness of providence,if that providence did not afterwards reveal itself byproving that all is but a means of conducting to an end, --one of those caprices deprived him of his mistress, of thefuture of which he had dreamed (for in his blindness heforgot he could only read the present), and cast him into adungeon."
4.  Morrel expected Villefort would be dejected; he found him ashe had found him six weeks before, calm, firm, and full ofthat glacial politeness, that most insurmountable barrierwhich separates the well-bred from the vulgar man.
5.   "In the name of heaven," cried Dantes, "speak again, thoughthe sound of your voice terrifies me. Who are you?"
6.  "Ah," replied the duke, "here I think, is one of my servantswho is seeking you."


1.  "That was an oversight, certainly," replied the count; "buttell me, does the Count of Morcerf never visit the Opera? Ihave been looking for him, but without success."
2.  "Did you bring it to your master directly it was made?"
3.  "Yes, sir; and, as he said, it was an ancient name. He was,too, very learned, and rational enough on all points whichdid not relate to his treasure; but on that, indeed, he wasintractable."
4、  "To the fearful noises that had awakened me had succeededthe most perfect silence -- unbroken, save by the footstepsof a man walking about in the chamber above. The staircasecreaked, he descended into the room below, approached thefire and lit a candle. The man was Caderousse -- he was paleand his shirt was all blood. Having obtained the light, hehurried up-stairs again, and once more I heard his rapid anduneasy footsteps. A moment later he came down again, holdingin his hand the small shagreen case, which he opened, toassure himself it contained the diamond, -- seemed tohesitate as to which pocket he should put it in, then, as ifdissatisfied with the security of either pocket, hedeposited it in his red handkerchief, which he carefullyrolled round his head. After this he took from his cupboardthe bank-notes and gold he had put there, thrust the oneinto the pocket of his trousers, and the other into that ofhis waistcoat, hastily tied up a small bundle of linen, andrushing towards the door, disappeared in the darkness of thenight.
5、  "And now," he said, "may I inquire what are the orders withwhich your majesty deigns to honor me?"




  • 孙艺洲 08-06

      "`Seek whom the crime will profit,' says an axiom ofjurisprudence."

  • 徐海滨 08-06

      "Or from your generosity, my friend; to so good a marksmanas you are, I may say what would appear absurd to another."

  • 林阳扬 08-06

       "He!" cried Albert; "yes, it is indeed he who has so longpursued my father with jealous hatred. He, the man who wouldbe popular, cannot forgive the Count of Morcerf for beingcreated a peer; and this marriage broken off without areason being assigned -- yes, it is all from the samecause."

  • 涂天杰 08-06

      "No; far from wishing to learn whither he has betakenhimself, I should shun the possibility of meeting him as Iwould a wild beast. Thank God, I have never heard his namementioned by any person, and I hope and believe he is dead."

  • 毛荐 08-05

    {  "Yes," said Albert, blushing.

  • 刘世宝 08-04

      Dantes said, "I wish to die," and had chosen the manner ofhis death, and fearful of changing his mind, he had taken anoath to die. "When my morning and evening meals arebrought," thought he, "I will cast them out of the window,and they will think that I have eaten them."}

  • 彭时顿 08-04

      "About a hundred tons; but she is built to stand anyweather. She is what the English call a yacht."

  • 王建宇 08-04

      "Come, take them," and Monte Cristo forced the bank-notesinto his hand.

  • 童妓 08-03

       "Doctor d'Avrigny," said Barrois, staggering as if he wouldfall.

  • 陈艳春 08-01

    {  "We are never quits with those who oblige us," was Dantes'reply; "for when we do not owe them money, we owe themgratitude."

  • 秦岭—让 08-01

      "And makes you resemble the Prince of Wales or the Duke ofReichstadt."