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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Because in 1807 I dreamed of the very plan Napoleon triedto realize in 1811; because, like Machiavelli, I desired toalter the political face of Italy, and instead of allowingit to be split up into a quantity of petty principalities,each held by some weak or tyrannical ruler, I sought to formone large, compact, and powerful empire; and, lastly,because I fancied I had found my Caesar Borgia in a crownedsimpleton, who feigned to enter into my views only to betrayme. It was the plan of Alexander VI. and Clement VII., butit will never succeed now, for they attempted itfruitlessly, and Napoleon was unable to complete his work.Italy seems fated to misfortune." And the old man bowed hishead.
2.  "Why, what ails you?" asked he of Edmond. "Do you fear anyapproaching evil? I should say that you were the happiestman alive at this instant."
3.  "Suddenly?"
4.  "Madame, where do you keep the poison you generally use?"said the magistrate, without any introduction, placinghimself between his wife and the door.
5.  "Then tell me, Haidee, do you believe you shall be able toaccustom yourself to our present mode of life?"
6.  Had a thunderbolt fallen in the midst of the spectators ofthis unexpected scene, it would not have surprised them morethan did Albert's declaration. As for Monte Cristo, his eyesslowly rose towards heaven with an expression of infinitegratitude. He could not understand how Albert's fierynature, of which he had seen so much among the Romanbandits, had suddenly stooped to this humiliation. Herecognized the influence of Mercedes, and saw why her nobleheart had not opposed the sacrifice she knew beforehandwould be useless. "Now, sir," said Albert, "if you think myapology sufficient, pray give me your hand. Next to themerit of infallibility which you appear to possess, I rankthat of candidly acknowledging a fault. But this confessionconcerns me only. I acted well as a man, but you have actedbetter than man. An angel alone could have saved one of usfrom death -- that angel came from heaven, if not to make usfriends (which, alas, fatality renders impossible), at leastto make us esteem each other."


1.  "Yes," said the count, "yes."
2.  "Better still, since it will afford me the pleasure ofseeing you." They shook hands. "By the way," said M. deBoville, "are you not going to the funeral of poorMademoiselle de Villefort, which I met on my road here?"
3.  The sun, red and flaming, was sinking into the embrace ofthe welcoming ocean. The sea, smooth as crystal, was now andthen disturbed by the leaping of fish, which were pursued bysome unseen enemy and sought for safety in another element;while on the extreme verge of the horizon might be seen thefishermen's boats, white and graceful as the sea-gull, orthe merchant vessels bound for Corsica or Spain.
4.  "He has told you rightly. The house of Thomson & French had300,000 or 400,000 francs to pay this month in France; and,knowing your strict punctuality, have collected all thebills bearing your signature, and charged me as they becamedue to present them, and to employ the money otherwise."Morrel sighed deeply, and passed his hand over his forehead,which was covered with perspiration.
5.  "Why, about ten or eleven o'clock."
6.  "And you would be pleased to have, instead of this terraceof twenty feet, an enclosure of two acres?"


1.  "Does your majesty wish me to drop the subject?"
2.  The word reached his ear as a wave which he no longer hadthe strength to surmount passed over his head. He rose againto the surface, struggled with the last desperate effort ofa drowning man, uttered a third cry, and felt himselfsinking, as if the fatal cannon shot were again tied to hisfeet. The water passed over his head, and the sky turnedgray. A convulsive movement again brought him to thesurface. He felt himself seized by the hair, then he saw andheard nothing. He had fainted.
3.  There, seated before a walnut table he had brought with himfrom Hartwell, and to which, from one of those fancies notuncommon to great people, he was particularly attached, theking, Louis XVIII., was carelessly listening to a man offifty or fifty-two years of age, with gray hair,aristocratic bearing, and exceedingly gentlemanly attire,and meanwhile making a marginal note in a volume ofGryphius's rather inaccurate, but much sought-after, editionof Horace -- a work which was much indebted to the sagaciousobservations of the philosophical monarch.
4.  "Who will give it to you -- your prince?"
5.   "Why, you know it is quite impossible to procure acarriage."
6.  "Both."


1.  "Still," said Barrois, with the freedom and fidelity of anold servant, "if M. Noirtier asks for a notary, I suppose hereally wishes for a notary; therefore I shall go at once andfetch one." Barrois acknowledged no master but Noirtier, andnever allowed his desires in any way to be contradicted.
2.  "My son," said the abbe, "you, who are a sailor and aswimmer, must know as well as I do that a man so loadedwould sink before he had done fifty strokes. Cease, then, toallow yourself to be duped by vain hopes, that even your ownexcellent heart refuses to believe in. Here I shall remaintill the hour of my deliverance arrives, and that, in allhuman probability, will be the hour of my death. As for you,who are young and active, delay not on my account, but fly-- go-I give you back your promise."
3.  "No, I do not," replied Monte Cristo; "it is a small place Ihave purchased quite lately. My place of abode is No. 30,Avenue des Champs Elysees; but I see you have quiterecovered from your fright, and are, no doubt, desirous ofreturning home. Anticipating your wishes, I have desired thesame horses you came with to be put to one of my carriages,and Ali, he whom you think so very ugly," continued he,addressing the boy with a smiling air, "will have the honorof driving you home, while your coachman remains here toattend to the necessary repairs of your calash. As soon asthat important business is concluded, I will have a pair ofmy own horses harnessed to convey it direct to MadameDanglars."
4、  "You are certainly an extraordinary man," said Danglars;"and philosophers may well say it is a fine thing to berich."
5、  This was the first time Morrel had ever so spoken, but hesaid it in a tone of paternal kindness, and Julie did notdare to disobey. She remained at the same spot standing muteand motionless. An instant afterwards the door opened, shefelt two arms encircle her, and a mouth pressed herforehead. She looked up and uttered an exclamation of joy.




  • 王少飞 08-04

      "Yes, sir," replied the abbe; "and you are the person whomM. de Boville, formerly an inspector of prisons, sends to mefrom the prefect of police?"

  • 王智斌 08-04

      "What does that signify, so long as they favor your suit?"

  • 周长升 08-04

       Villefort dictated a petition, in which, from an excellentintention, no doubt, Dantes' patriotic services wereexaggerated, and he was made out one of the most activeagents of Napoleon's return. It was evident that at thesight of this document the minister would instantly releasehim. The petition finished, Villefort read it aloud.

  • 柴静 08-04

      "No; for I saw God's justice placed in the hands ofBenedetto, and should have thought it sacrilege to opposethe designs of providence."

  • 熊茂平 08-03

    {  * The Carolina -- not Virginia -- jessamine, gelsemiumsempervirens (properly speaking not a jessamine at all) hasyellow blossoms. The reference is no doubt to the Wistariafrutescens. -- Ed.

  • 乔良 08-02

      "Do you observe," said the Countess G---- to Albert, whohad returned to her side, "that man does nothing like otherpeople; he listens most devoutly to the third act of `Robertle Diable,' and when the fourth begins, takes hisdeparture."}

  • 埃塔 08-02

      "Do you know, my dear Villefort," cried the Comte deSalvieux, "that is exactly what I myself said the other dayat the Tuileries, when questioned by his majesty's principalchamberlain touching the singularity of an alliance betweenthe son of a Girondin and the daughter of an officer of theDuc de Conde; and I assure you he seemed fully to comprehendthat this mode of reconciling political differences wasbased upon sound and excellent principles. Then the king,who, without our suspecting it, had overheard ourconversation, interrupted us by saying, `Villefort' --observe that the king did not pronounce the word Noirtier,but, on the contrary, placed considerable emphasis on thatof Villefort -- `Villefort,' said his majesty, `is a youngman of great judgment and discretion, who will be sure tomake a figure in his profession; I like him much, and itgave me great pleasure to hear that he was about to becomethe son-in-law of the Marquis and Marquise de Saint-Meran. Ishould myself have recommended the match, had not the noblemarquis anticipated my wishes by requesting my consent toit.'"

  • 彼德·麦克罗尔 08-02

      "Well," said Villefort, "what is it? -- Who rang? -- Whoasked for me?"

  • 李坚 08-01

       "Be careful, Valentine," said Morrel, hesitating to complywith the young girl's wishes; "I now see my error -- I actedlike a madman in coming in here. Are you sure you are morereasonable?"

  • 菲利普·特尔诺 07-30

    {  "Shall you be able to pay M. Cavalcanti the five hundredthousand francs you promise for my dowry?"

  • 杜恩湖 07-30

      "To be sure!" answered Danglars. "Let us wait, by all means.If he be innocent, of course he will be set at liberty; ifguilty, why, it is no use involving ourselves in aconspiracy."