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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Where is my son?" asked Villefort; "let him be removed fromthe house, that he may not see" --
2.  "By your father's tomb!" said Caderousse, supported by asupernatural power, and half-raising himself to see moredistinctly the man who had just taken the oath which all menhold sacred; "who, then, are you?" The count had watched theapproach of death. He knew this was the last struggle. Heapproached the dying man, and, leaning over him with a calmand melancholy look, he whispered, "I am -- I am" -- And hisalmost closed lips uttered a name so low that the counthimself appeared afraid to hear it. Caderousse, who hadraised himself on his knees, and stretched out his arm,tried to draw back, then clasping his hands, and raisingthem with a desperate effort, "O my God, my God!" said he,"pardon me for having denied thee; thou dost exist, thou artindeed man's father in heaven, and his judge on earth. MyGod, my Lord, I have long despised thee! Pardon me, my God;receive me, O my Lord!" Caderousse sighed deeply, and fellback with a groan. The blood no longer flowed from hiswounds. He was dead.
3.  "I trust and hope you never repeated to the count all thefoolish remarks we used to make about him?"
4.  "From Dieppe?"
5.  "You have done well to speak to me, and ask for myassistance, for I was about to form another plan, and leaveyou; but your age reassures me. I will not forget you.Wait."
6.  "`I accept it,' answered the traveller, `but then theobligation will be on my side, for this poniard is worthmore than two sequins.' -- `For a dealer perhaps; but forme, who engraved it myself, it is hardly worth a piastre.'


1.  "I will watch over them as I have over you."
2.  "Whither are you taking me?" asked he.
3.  "Certainly, directly the curtain falls on the stage."
4.  "Teresa uttered a cry of joy, and, without inquiring whencethis attire came, or even thanking Luigi, darted into thegrotto, transformed into a dressing-room. Luigi pushed thestone behind her, for on the crest of a small adjacent hillwhich cut off the view toward Palestrina, he saw a travelleron horseback, stopping a moment, as if uncertain of hisroad, and thus presenting against the blue sky that perfectoutline which is peculiar to distant objects in southernclimes. When he saw Luigi, he put his horse into a gallopand advanced toward him. Luigi was not mistaken. Thetraveller, who was going from Palestrina to Tivoli, hadmistaken his way; the young man directed him; but as at adistance of a quarter of a mile the road again divided intothree ways, and on reaching these the traveller might againstray from his route, he begged Luigi to be his guide. Luigithrew his cloak on the ground, placed his carbine on hisshoulder, and freed from his heavy covering, preceded thetraveller with the rapid step of a mountaineer, which ahorse can scarcely keep up with. In ten minutes Luigi andthe traveller reached the cross-roads. On arriving there,with an air as majestic as that of an emperor, he stretchedhis hand towards that one of the roads which the travellerwas to follow. -- "That is your road, excellency, and nowyou cannot again mistake.' -- `And here is your recompense,'said the traveller, offering the young herdsman some smallpieces of money.
5.  "No."
6.  "Danglars," said Edmond, smiling, "I will say to you asMercedes said just now to Caderousse, `Do not give me atitle which does not belong to me'; that may bring me badluck."


1.  "The count does not know?"
2.  "My dear fellow," said Albert, turning to Franz, "here is anadmirable adventure; we will fill our carriage with pistols,blunderbusses, and double-barrelled guns. Luigi Vampa comesto take us, and we take him -- we bring him back to Rome,and present him to his holiness the Pope, who asks how hecan repay so great a service; then we merely ask for acarriage and a pair of horses, and we see the Carnival inthe carriage, and doubtless the Roman people will crown usat the Capitol, and proclaim us, like Curtius and the veiledHoratius, the preservers of their country." Whilst Albertproposed this scheme, Signor Pastrini's face assumed anexpression impossible to describe.
3.  "Really?" said Franz.
4.  "But what shall you do with him?"
5.   "Oh, no; he would more likely have got rid of me by stickinga knife into me."
6.  "How?"


1.  "This tunnel was dug, no doubt, with an intention ofescape?"
2.  "Then in that case I shall always choose to remain there."
3.  "You mistake, sir," said Morcerf with a gloomy smile; "I amnot referring in the least to matrimony, and I onlyaddressed myself to M. Cavalcanti because he appeareddisposed to interfere between us. In one respect you areright, for I am ready to quarrel with every one to-day; butyou have the first claim, M. Danglars."
4、  "Your servants," said he, "who were repeating the whole ofthe sorrowful story; from them I learned it all."
5、  "I came to ask you, my friend," said the baroness, "whatwill be done with this impostor?"




  • 陆玫 08-04

      "What would you have, sir?" said the lady, laughing; "we dowhat we can. All the world has not the secret of the Medicisor the Borgias."

  • 李小军 08-04

      "Enough," said Mercedes; "enough, Edmond! Believe me, thatshe who alone recognized you has been the only one tocomprehend you; and had she crossed your path, and you hadcrushed her like glass, still, Edmond, still she must haveadmired you! Like the gulf between me and the past, there isan abyss between you, Edmond, and the rest of mankind; and Itell you freely that the comparison I draw between you andother men will ever be one of my greatest tortures. No,there is nothing in the world to resemble you in worth andgoodness! But we must say farewell, Edmond, and let uspart."

  • 李庭 08-04

       "Why, simply from the circumstance of my having bought herone day, as I was passing through the market atConstantinople."

  • 彭滔 08-04

      "I dare not return with those dreadful horses," said Madamede Villefort.

  • 陈治家 08-03

    {  "On the contrary, it is a matter of the utmost importance,Edmond!" replied the old man. "Who knows if to-morrow, orthe next day after, the third attack may not come on? andthen must not all be over? Yes, indeed, I have often thoughtwith a bitter joy that these riches, which would make thewealth of a dozen families, will be forever lost to thosemen who persecute me. This idea was one of vengeance to me,and I tasted it slowly in the night of my dungeon and thedespair of my captivity. But now I have forgiven the worldfor the love of you; now that I see you, young and with apromising future, -- now that I think of all that may resultto you in the good fortune of such a disclosure, I shudderat any delay, and tremble lest I should not assure to one asworthy as yourself the possession of so vast an amount ofhidden wealth." Edmond turned away his head with a sigh.

  • 颜昌颐 08-02

      "Could your conversation have been overheard by any one?"}

  • 丁玲 08-02

      "Albert," said Beauchamp, with a look of sorrow whichstupefied the young man, "let us first sit down and talk."

  • 李天平 08-02

      "You are convinced now, Edmond, are you not?" asked theabbe. "Depend upon it, I know what I say. Since the firstattack I experienced of this malady, I have continuallyreflected on it. Indeed, I expected it, for it is a familyinheritance; both my father and grandfather died of it in athird attack. The physician who prepared for me the remedy Ihave twice successfully taken, was no other than thecelebrated Cabanis, and he predicted a similar end for me."

  • 刘坤 08-01

       "Yes, my mother," said Albert, "I will return, and woe tothe infamous wretch! But first of all I must get there."

  • 张晓霞 07-30

    {  "And then," said Madame de Villefort, endeavoring by astruggle, and with effort, to get away from her thoughts,"however skilfully it is prepared, crime is always crime,and if it avoid human scrutiny, it does not escape the eyeof God. The Orientals are stronger than we are in cases ofconscience, and, very prudently, have no hell -- that is thepoint."

  • 斯科特·托马森 07-30

      "Nor I," said Madame Danglars; "but you began a sentence,sir, and did not finish."