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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Look round you then." Dantes rose and looked forward, whenhe saw rise within a hundred yards of him the black andfrowning rock on which stands the Chateau d'If. This gloomyfortress, which has for more than three hundred yearsfurnished food for so many wild legends, seemed to Danteslike a scaffold to a malefactor.
2.  "No, Maximilian, it is not suitors to which Madame deVillefort objects, it is marriage itself."
3.  "I am going," said Albert, as he made his parting bow. Justas he was passing the count's box, the door opened, andMonte Cristo came forth. After giving some directions toAli, who stood in the lobby, the count took Albert's arm.Carefully closing the box door, Ali placed himself beforeit, while a crowd of spectators assembled round the Nubian.
4.  Monte Cristo gave the pen to Caderousse, who collected allhis strength, signed it, and fell back on his bed, saying:"You will relate all the rest, reverend sir; you will say hecalls himself Andrea Cavalcanti. He lodges at the Hotel desPrinces. Oh, I am dying!" He again fainted. The abbe madehim smell the contents of the phial, and he again opened hiseyes. His desire for revenge had not forsaken him.
5.  "Oh," cried Eugenie, "you are a bad physiognomist, if youimagine I deplore on my own account the catastrophe of whichyou warn me. I ruined? and what will that signify to me?Have I not my talent left? Can I not, like Pasta, Malibran,Grisi, acquire for myself what you would never have givenme, whatever might have been your fortune, a hundred or ahundred and fifty thousand livres per annum, for which Ishall be indebted to no one but myself; and which, insteadof being given as you gave me those poor twelve thousandfrancs, with sour looks and reproaches for my prodigality,will be accompanied with acclamations, with bravos, and withflowers? And if I do not possess that talent, which yoursmiles prove to me you doubt, should I not still have thatardent love of independence, which will be a substitute forwealth, and which in my mind supersedes even the instinct ofself-preservation? No, I grieve not on my own account, Ishall always find a resource; my books, my pencils, mypiano, all the things which cost but little, and which Ishall be able to procure, will remain my own.
6.  "Pray do so."


1.  "Oh, it is very well as a finish to the toilet. It looksvery neat on a black coat buttoned up."
2.  "I don't call those friends who betray and ruin you,"murmured the wife in her turn, in a low, muttering voice.
3.  "Proceed," said Monte Cristo.
4.  "I know it, sir; the servants who fled from the houseinformed me. I also know that her name is Valentine, and Ihave already prayed for her."
5.  "I ask you only how your engagement stands? Pray put noconstruction on my words I do not mean they should convey,and give them no undue weight."
6.  "But if I do fight, you will surely not object to giving mea lesson or two in shooting and fencing?"


1.  "I know no one in Paris, Morrel, on whom I could confer thathonor besides you and your brother Emmanuel. Do you thinkEmmanuel would oblige me?"
2.  "Yes," said the old man.
3.  The day following this scene, at the hour the banker usuallychose to pay a visit to Madame Danglars on his way to hisoffice, his coupe did not appear. At this time, that is,about half-past twelve, Madame Danglars ordered hercarriage, and went out. Danglars, hidden behind a curtain,watched the departure he had been waiting for. He gaveorders that he should be informed as soon as Madame Danglarsappeared; but at two o'clock she had not returned. He thencalled for his horses, drove to the Chamber, and inscribedhis name to speak against the budget. From twelve to twoo'clock Danglars had remained in his study, unsealing hisdispatches, and becoming more and more sad every minute,heaping figure upon figure, and receiving, among othervisits, one from Major Cavalcanti, who, as stiff and exactas ever, presented himself precisely at the hour named thenight before, to terminate his business with the banker. Onleaving the Chamber, Danglars, who had shown violent marksof agitation during the sitting, and been more bitter thanever against the ministry, re-entered his carriage, and toldthe coachman to drive to the Avenue des Champs-Elysees, No.30.
4.  "Your excellency will judge for yourself."
5.   "Well, since we are not to sit down to table," said Debray,"take a glass of sherry, and tell us all about it."
6.  "Oh," exclaimed Morrel, "why do they not come? Is any oneill in the house?" The eyes of Noirtier seemed as thoughthey would start from their sockets. "What is the matter?You alarm me. Valentine? Valentine?"


1.  "Am I to accompany you, your excellency?" cried Bertuccio.
2.  "I know it; to avoid meeting him, my mother and I lefttown."
3.  "Yes, yes; and now I believe you are right, and that youhave really saved my life; be assured I will return thefavor hereafter." Villefort shook his head.
4、  The young man overwhelmed by the weight of his anguish, fellheavily on his knees before the bed, which his fingersgrasped with convulsive energy. D'Avrigny, unable to bearthe sight of this touching emotion, turned away; andVillefort, without seeking any further explanation, andattracted towards him by the irresistible magnetism whichdraws us towards those who have loved the people for whom wemourn, extended his hand towards the young man. But Morrelsaw nothing; he had grasped the hand of Valentine, andunable to weep vented his agony in groans as he bit thesheets. For some time nothing was heard in that chamber butsobs, exclamations, and prayers. At length Villefort, themost composed of all, spoke: "Sir," said he to Maximilian,"you say you loved Valentine, that you were betrothed toher. I knew nothing of this engagement, of this love, yet I,her father, forgive you, for I see that your grief is realand deep; and besides my own sorrow is too great for angerto find a place in my heart. But you see that the angel whomyou hoped for has left this earth -- she has nothing more todo with the adoration of men. Take a last farewell, sir, ofher sad remains; take the hand you expected to possess oncemore within your own, and then separate yourself from herforever. Valentine now requires only the ministrations ofthe priest."
5、  "You are right; let us leave these facts alone, and reasoncoolly. I have never interfered in your affairs exceptingfor your good; treat me in the same way. You say you havenothing to do with my cash-box. Be it so. Do as you likewith your own, but do not fill or empty mine. Besides, howdo I know that this was not a political trick, that theminister enraged at seeing me in the opposition, and jealousof the popular sympathy I excite, has not concerted with M.Debray to ruin me?"




  • 尚宏彬 08-03

      "Gracious heavens!" exclaimed Dantes, "what is the matter?what has happened?"

  • 毛明 08-03

      "And shall we go and find him?" inquired Franz.

  • 孝金波 08-03

       "Madame will await my return?"

  • 欧鸿 08-03

      "That is very simple." Andrea took the pen. "On the firststory, do you see, there is the anteroom and thedrawing-room; to the right of the drawing-room, a libraryand a study; to the left, a bedroom and a dressing-room. Thefamous secretary is in the dressing-room."

  • 连栋 08-02

    {  As he entered the chamber of his friend, Dantes cast aroundone eager and searching glance in quest of the expectedmarvels, but nothing more than common met his view.

  • 阿莫斯-亚隆 08-01

      "Teresa was clothed from head to foot in the garb of theCount of San-Felice's daughter. Vampa took Cucumetto's bodyin his arms and conveyed it to the grotto, while in her turnTeresa remained outside. If a second traveller had passed,he would have seen a strange thing, -- a shepherdesswatching her flock, clad in a cashmere grown, with ear-ringsand necklace of pearls, diamond pins, and buttons ofsapphires, emeralds, and rubies. He would, no doubt, havebelieved that he had returned to the times of Florian, andwould have declared, on reaching Paris, that he had met anAlpine shepherdess seated at the foot of the Sabine Hill. Atthe end of a quarter of an hour Vampa quitted the grotto;his costume was no less elegant than that of Teresa. He worea vest of garnet-colored velvet, with buttons of cut gold; asilk waistcoat covered with embroidery; a Roman scarf tiedround his neck; a cartridge-box worked with gold, and redand green silk; sky-blue velvet breeches, fastened above theknee with diamond buckles; garters of deerskin, worked witha thousand arabesques, and a hat whereon hung ribbons of allcolors; two watches hung from his girdle, and a splendidponiard was in his belt. Teresa uttered a cry of admiration.Vampa in this attire resembled a painting by Leopold Robert,or Schnetz. He had assumed the entire costume of Cucumetto.The young man saw the effect produced on his betrothed, anda smile of pride passed over his lips. -- `Now,' he said toTeresa, `are you ready to share my fortune, whatever it maybe?' -- `Oh, yes!' exclaimed the young girlenthusiastically. -- `And follow me wherever I go?' -- `Tothe world's end.' -- `Then take my arm, and let us on; wehave no time to lose.' -- The young girl did so withoutquestioning her lover as to where he was conducting her, forhe appeared to her at this moment as handsome, proud, andpowerful as a god. They went towards the forest, and soonentered it. We need scarcely say that all the paths of themountain were known to Vampa; he therefore went forwardwithout a moment's hesitation, although there was no beatentrack, but he knew his path by looking at the trees andbushes, and thus they kept on advancing for nearly an hourand a half. At the end of this time they had reached thethickest of the forest. A torrent, whose bed was dry, ledinto a deep gorge. Vampa took this wild road, which,enclosed between two ridges, and shadowed by the tuftedumbrage of the pines, seemed, but for the difficulties ofits descent, that path to Avernus of which Virgil speaks.Teresa had become alarmed at the wild and deserted look ofthe plain around her, and pressed closely against her guide,not uttering a syllable; but as she saw him advance witheven step and composed countenance, she endeavored torepress her emotion. Suddenly, about ten paces from them, aman advanced from behind a tree and aimed at Vampa. -- `Notanother step,' he said, `or you are a dead man.' -- `What,then,' said Vampa, raising his hand with a gesture ofdisdain, while Teresa, no longer able to restrain her alarm,clung closely to him, `do wolves rend each other?' -- `Whoare you?' inquired the sentinel. -- `I am Luigi Vampa,shepherd of the San-Felice farm.' -- `What do you want?' --`I would speak with your companions who are in the glade atRocca Bianca.' -- `Follow me, then,' said the sentinel; `or,as you know your way, go first.' -- Vampa smileddisdainfully at this precaution on the part of the bandit,went before Teresa, and continued to advance with the samefirm and easy step as before. At the end of ten minutes thebandit made them a sign to stop. The two young personsobeyed. Then the bandit thrice imitated the cry of a crow; acroak answered this signal. -- `Good!' said the sentry, `youmay now go on.' -- Luigi and Teresa again set forward; asthey went on Teresa clung tremblingly to her lover at thesight of weapons and the glistening of carbines through thetrees. The retreat of Rocca Bianca was at the top of a smallmountain, which no doubt in former days had been a volcano-- an extinct volcano before the days when Remus and Romulushad deserted Alba to come and found the city of Rome. Teresaand Luigi reached the summit, and all at once foundthemselves in the presence of twenty bandits. `Here is ayoung man who seeks and wishes to speak to you,' said thesentinel. -- `What has he to say?' inquired the young manwho was in command in the chief's absence. -- `I wish to saythat I am tired of a shepherd's life,' was Vampa's reply. --`Ah, I understand,' said the lieutenant; `and you seekadmittance into our ranks?' -- `Welcome!' cried severalbandits from Ferrusino, Pampinara, and Anagni, who hadrecognized Luigi Vampa. -- `Yes, but I came to ask somethingmore than to be your companion.' -- `And what may that be?'inquired the bandits with astonishment. -- `I come to ask tobe your captain,' said the young man. The bandits shoutedwith laughter. `And what have you done to aspire to thishonor?' demanded the lieutenant. -- `I have killed yourchief, Cucumetto, whose dress I now wear; and I set fire tothe villa San-Felice to procure a wedding-dress for mybetrothed.' An hour afterwards Luigi Vampa was chosencaptain, vice Cucumetto deceased."}

  • 邱东 08-01

      "What are the two fish?" asked Danglars.

  • 汪玉春 08-01

      "How did Danglars usually write?"

  • 朱建军 07-31

       "Pardieu, every one exists."

  • 玛丽苏 07-29

    {  "And what are they to live upon?"

  • 克劳塞维茨 07-29

      Chapter 43The House at Auteuil.