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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Really, have you had a vision of the seven fat kine and theseven lean kine?"
2.  "It is useless; he would not come up."
3.  "Mademoiselle Eugenie," said the maid, "retired to herapartment with Mademoiselle d'Armilly; they then took teatogether, after which they desired me to leave, saying thatthey needed me no longer." Since then the maid had beenbelow, and like every one else she thought the young ladieswere in their own room; Madame Danglars, therefore, went tobed without a shadow of suspicion, and began to muse overthe recent events. In proportion as her memory becameclearer, the occurrences of the evening were revealed intheir true light; what she had taken for confusion was atumult; what she had regarded as something distressing, wasin reality a disgrace. And then the baroness remembered thatshe had felt no pity for poor Mercedes, who had beenafflicted with as severe a blow through her husband and son.
4.  "How can you exist thus without any one to attach you tolife?"
5.  "Of hunger, sir, of hunger," said Caderousse. "I am ascertain of it as that we two are Christians."
6.  "Have you tied the knot?" inquired the first speaker.


1.  "Well, Don Carlos will drink Bordeaux, and in ten years wewill marry his son to the little queen."
2.  "Threats!" cried the jailer, retreating and putting himselfon the defensive; "you are certainly going mad. The abbebegan like you, and in three days you will be like him, madenough to tie up; but, fortunately, there are dungeonshere." Dantes whirled the stool round his head.
3.  "On what shall I reflect?"
4.  At twelve this man was replaced by another functionary, andDanglars, wishing to catch sight of his new guardian,approached the door again. He was an athletic, giganticbandit, with large eyes, thick lips, and a flat nose; hisred hair fell in dishevelled masses like snakes around hisshoulders. "Ah, ha," cried Danglars, "this fellow is morelike an ogre than anything else; however, I am rather tooold and tough to be very good eating!" We see that Danglarswas collected enough to jest; at the same time, as though todisprove the ogreish propensities, the man took some blackbread, cheese, and onions from his wallet, which he begandevouring voraciously. "May I be hanged," said Danglars,glancing at the bandit's dinner through the crevices of thedoor, -- "may I be hanged if I can understand how people caneat such filth!" and he withdrew to seat himself upon hisgoat-skin, which reminded him of the smell of the brandy.
5.  "Well, then, what do you say to La Specchia? Did you eversee anything more perfect than her acting?"
6.  "My friend," said Morcerf, "let us enjoy the present withoutgloomy forebodings for the future."


1.  "And her name was" --
2.  "At least, delay the trial till the next assizes; we shallthen have six months before us."
3.  "No, it is not existence, then, that I regret, but the ruinof projects so slowly carried out, so laboriously framed.Providence is now opposed to them, when I most thought itwould be propitious. It is not God's will that they shouldbe accomplished. This burden, almost as heavy as a world,which I had raised, and I had thought to bear to the end,was too great for my strength, and I was compelled to lay itdown in the middle of my career. Oh, shall I then, againbecome a fatalist, whom fourteen years of despair and ten ofhope had rendered a believer in providence? And all this --all this, because my heart, which I thought dead, was onlysleeping; because it has awakened and has begun to beatagain, because I have yielded to the pain of the emotionexcited in my breast by a woman's voice. Yet," continued thecount, becoming each moment more absorbed in theanticipation of the dreadful sacrifice for the morrow, whichMercedes had accepted, "yet, it is impossible that sonoble-minded a woman should thus through selfishness consentto my death when I am in the prime of life and strength; itis impossible that she can carry to such a point maternallove, or rather delirium. There are virtues which becomecrimes by exaggeration. No, she must have conceived somepathetic scene; she will come and throw herself between us;and what would be sublime here will there appearridiculous." The blush of pride mounted to the count'sforehead as this thought passed through his mind."Ridiculous?" repeated he; "and the ridicule will fall onme. I ridiculous? No, I would rather die."
4.  "Well, then, in return for your story," continued Noirtier,"I will tell you another."
5.   "And where is he now?"
6.  "No, it would delay me, and I need the fatigue you warn meof; it will do me good." Albert reeled as if he had beenshot, and fell on a chair near the door. Monte Cristo didnot see this second manifestation of physical exhaustion; hewas at the window, calling, "Ali, a horse for M. de Morcerf-- quick! he is in a hurry!" These words restored Albert; hedarted from the room, followed by the count. "Thank you!"cried he, throwing himself on his horse. "Return as soon asyou can, Florentin. Must I use any password to procure ahorse?"


1.  "See, they are here." And at the same minute a carriage withsmoking horses, accompanied by two mounted gentlemen,arrived at the gate, which opened before them. The carriagedrove round, and stopped at the steps, followed by thehorsemen. The instant Debray had touched the ground, he wasat the carriage-door. He offered his hand to the baroness,who, descending, took it with a peculiarity of mannerimperceptible to every one but Monte Cristo. But nothingescaped the count's notice, and he observed a little note,passed with the facility that indicates frequent practice,from the hand of Madame Danglars to that of the minister'ssecretary. After his wife the banker descended, as pale asthough he had issued from his tomb instead of his carriage.Madame Danglars threw a rapid and inquiring glance whichcould only be interpreted by Monte Cristo, around thecourt-yard, over the peristyle, and across the front of thehouse, then, repressing a slight emotion, which must havebeen seen on her countenance if she had not kept her color,she ascended the steps, saying to Morrel, "Sir, if you werea friend of mine, I should ask you if you would sell yourhorse."
2.  "On my honor, I have no idea."
3.  "Now," continued Villefort, "those to whom the guilt reallybelongs, by whom the crime was committed, on whose heads thejustice of man may probably descend here, and the certainjudgment of God hereafter, would rejoice in the opportunitythus afforded of bestowing such a peace-offering asValentine on the son of him whose life they so ruthlesslydestroyed." Noirtier had succeeded in mastering his emotionmore than could have been deemed possible with such anenfeebled and shattered frame. "Yes, I understand," was thereply contained in his look; and this look expressed afeeling of strong indignation, mixed with profound contempt.Villefort fully understood his father's meaning, andanswered by a slight shrug of his shoulders. He thenmotioned to his wife to take leave. "Now sir," said Madamede Villefort, "I must bid you farewell. Would you like me tosend Edward to you for a short time?"
4、  "To the king?"
5、  "Himself."




  • 威兹德姆 08-09

      "Proceed, my dear Monsieur Cavalcanti."

  • 蒋卫东 08-09

      "You thought it a mercy then, miserable wretch! The cowardwho feared death rejoiced at perpetual disgrace; for likeall galley-slaves, you said, `I may escape from prison, Icannot from the grave.' And you said truly; the way wasopened for you unexpectedly. An Englishman visited Toulon,who had vowed to rescue two men from infamy, and his choicefell on you and your companion. You received a secondfortune, money and tranquillity were restored to you, andyou, who had been condemned to a felon's life, might live asother men. Then, wretched creature, then you tempted God athird time. `I have not enough,' you said, when you had morethan you before possessed, and you committed a third crime,without reason, without excuse. God is wearied; he haspunished you." Caderousse was fast sinking. "Give me drink,"said he: "I thirst -- I burn!" Monte Cristo gave him a glassof water. "And yet that villain, Benedetto, will escape!"

  • 王晖 08-09

       A week passed by. Dantes employed it in manoeuvring hisyacht round the island, studying it as a skilful horsemanwould the animal he destined for some important service,till at the end of that time he was perfectly conversantwith its good and bad qualities. The former Dantes proposedto augment, the latter to remedy.

  • 吴武刚 08-09

      "I entreat you, doctor!"

  • 邓家佳 08-08

    {  "Which means, I suppose, that you refuse the service which Iasked of you?"

  • 章学锋 08-07

      "The description of the man who, on the morning of the daywhen General Quesnel disappeared, presented himself at hishouse."}

  • 牛昉 08-07

      "Not at all; on the contrary, be seated; but what is thematter with you? You look careworn; really, you alarm me.Melancholy in a capitalist, like the appearance of a comet,presages some misfortune to the world."

  • 江龙辉 08-07

      "'Tis well," resumed the king. "And now, gentlemen," hecontinued, turning towards M. de Blacas and the minister ofpolice, "I have no further occasion for you, and you mayretire; what now remains to do is in the department of theminister of war."

  • 夏世祥 08-06

       "Sir, unless you force me" --

  • 查亚普拉 08-04

    {  Behind the sentinel was a staircase with twenty steps. Franzand the count descended these, and found themselves in amortuary chamber. Five corridors diverged like the rays of astar, and the walls, dug into niches, which were arrangedone above the other in the shape of coffins, showed thatthey were at last in the catacombs. Down one of thecorridors, whose extent it was impossible to determine, raysof light were visible. The count laid his hand on Franz'sshoulder. "Would you like to see a camp of bandits inrepose?" he inquired.

  • 倪涛 08-04