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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Because the rupture or fulfilment of this engagement isconnected with the person of whom we were speaking."
2.  "I am free, then, sir?" cried Dantes joyfully.
3.  "Oh, thank me again!" said the count; "tell me till you areweary, that I have restored you to happiness; you do notknow how much I require this assurance."
4.  "You had your portfolio with you, then? Now, how could asailor find room in his pocket for a portfolio large enoughto contain an official letter?"
5.  "Well," said the count, turning towards Franz, "I told youthere was some mistake in this."
6.  "Woman, siren that you are, do you persist in fixing on methat fascinating eye, which reminds me that I ought toblush? Well, be it so; let me blush for the faults you know,and perhaps -- perhaps for even more than those! But havingsinned myself, -- it may be more deeply than others, -- Inever rest till I have torn the disguises from myfellow-creatures, and found out their weaknesses. I havealways found them; and more, -- I repeat it with joy, withtriumph, -- I have always found some proof of humanperversity or error. Every criminal I condemn seems to meliving evidence that I am not a hideous exception to therest. Alas, alas, alas; all the world is wicked; let ustherefore strike at wickedness!"


1.  Danglars thought of the old man whom, in his hours ofdelirium, he had seen groaning on his bed. He struck hisforehead on the ground and groaned. "Yes," he said, "therehave been some who have suffered more than I have, but thenthey must have been martyrs at least."
2.  "Well, I hoped to get an exchange of arms, -- to substitutethe sword for the pistol; the pistol is blind."
3.  "Yes, assuredly," replied the minister; "but he is advancingby Gap and Sisteron."
4.  "I have ten left," said the man, "for here are eleven, and Ihad twenty-one, five more than last year. But I am notsurprised; the spring has been warm this year, andstrawberries require heat, sir. This is the reason that,instead of the sixteen I had last year, I have this year,you see, eleven, already plucked -- twelve, thirteen,fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen. Ah, I missthree, they were here last night, sir -- I am sure they werehere -- I counted them. It must be the Mere Simon's son whohas stolen them; I saw him strolling about here thismorning. Ah, the young rascal -- stealing in a garden -- hedoes not know where that may lead him to."
5.  "I was inspector-general of the pasha's troops," repliedMorcerf; "and it is no secret that I owe my fortune, such asit is, to the liberality of the illustrious Albanese chief."
6.  Having given this vent to his ill-humor, the baron becamemore calm; Mademoiselle Danglars had that morning requestedan interview with her father, and had fixed on the gildeddrawing-room as the spot. The singularity of this step, andabove all its formality, had not a little surprised thebanker, who had immediately obeyed his daughter by repairingfirst to the drawing-room. Etienne soon returned from hiserrand. "Mademoiselle's lady's maid says, sir, thatmademoiselle is finishing her toilette, and will be hereshortly."


1.  "Ah, I recollect," replied the count; "did you not saysomething of an infant?"
2.  "I knew that," said Monte Cristo; "she has been dead theseten years."
3.  Fernand let fall his head like a defeated man, heaved a sighthat was like a groan, and then suddenly looking her full inthe face, with clinched teeth and expanded nostrils, said,-- "But if he is dead" --
4.  "Albert," repeated Danglars, shrugging his shoulders; "ah,well; he would care very little about it, I think."
5.   "Well, then," said the baroness, "if slave she be, she hasall the air and manner of a princess."
6.  "And by accustoming her to that poison, you have endeavoredto neutralize the effect of a similar poison?" Noirtier'sjoy continued. "And you have succeeded," exclaimedd'Avrigny. "Without that precaution Valentine would havedied before assistance could have been procured. The dosehas been excessive, but she has only been shaken by it; andthis time, at any rate, Valentine will not die." Asuperhuman joy expanded the old man's eyes, which wereraised towards heaven with an expression of infinitegratitude. At this moment Villefort returned. "Here,doctor," said he, "is what you sent me for."


1.  "Meanwhile, the president carelessly opened the letter whichhad been brought to him; but the first lines aroused hisattention; he read them again and again, and fixing his eyeson M. de Morcerf, `Count,' said he, `you have said that theVizier of Yanina confided his wife and daughter to yourcare?' -- `Yes, sir,' replied Morcerf; `but in that, likeall the rest, misfortune pursued me. On my return, Vasilikiand her daughter Haidee had disappeared.' -- `Did you knowthem?' -- `My intimacy with the pasha and his unlimitedconfidence had gained me an introduction to them, and I hadseen them above twenty times.'
2.  "Because, for instance, you noticed on the evening of theball we gave, that M. de Monte Cristo would eat nothing inour house." Mercedes raised herself on her feverish arm. "M.de Monte Cristo!" she exclaimed; "and how is he connectedwith the question you asked me?"
3.  "I give you his very words; and if the marquis chooses to becandid, he will confess that they perfectly agree with whathis majesty said to him, when he went six months ago toconsult him upon the subject of your espousing hisdaughter."
4、  It had been agreed that the old man should express hisapprobation by closing his eyes, his refusal by winking themseveral times, and if he had some desire or feeling toexpress, he raised them to heaven. If he wanted Valentine,he closed his right eye only, and if Barrois, the left. AtMadame de Villefort's proposition he instantly winked hiseyes. Provoked by a complete refusal, she bit her lip andsaid, "Then shall I send Valentine to you?" The old manclosed his eyes eagerly, thereby intimating that such washis wish. M. and Madame de Villefort bowed and left theroom, giving orders that Valentine should be summoned to hergrandfather's presence, and feeling sure that she would havemuch to do to restore calmness to the perturbed spirit ofthe invalid. Valentine, with a color still heightened byemotion, entered the room just after her parents had quittedit. One look was sufficient to tell her that her grandfatherwas suffering, and that there was much on his mind which hewas wishing to communicate to her. "Dear grandpapa," criedshe, "what has happened? They have vexed you, and you areangry?" The paralytic closed his eyes in token of assent."Who has displeased you? Is it my father?"
5、  "The president paused, and the count turned pale. Thepresident looked at his auditors. `Proceed,' was heard onall sides. The president resumed: --




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      "To the hotel."

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  • 梁大均 08-03

    {  "I do not know."

  • 乔以钢 08-02

      "What did you do then?"}

  • 王春萍 08-02

      "Edmond," continued Mercedes, with her arms extended towardsthe count, "since I first knew you, I have adored your name,have respected your memory. Edmond, my friend, do not compelme to tarnish that noble and pure image reflectedincessantly on the mirror of my heart. Edmond, if you knewall the prayers I have addressed to God for you while Ithought you were living and since I have thought you must bedead! Yes, dead, alas! I imagined your dead body buried atthe foot of some gloomy tower, or cast to the bottom of apit by hateful jailers, and I wept! What could I do for you,Edmond, besides pray and weep? Listen; for ten years Idreamed each night the same dream. I had been told that youhad endeavored to escape; that you had taken the place ofanother prisoner; that you had slipped into the windingsheet of a dead body; that you had been thrown alive fromthe top of the Chateau d'If, and that the cry you uttered asyou dashed upon the rocks first revealed to your jailersthat they were your murderers. Well, Edmond, I swear to you,by the head of that son for whom I entreat your pity, --Edmond, for ten years I saw every night every detail of thatfrightful tragedy, and for ten years I heard every night thecry which awoke me, shuddering and cold. And I, too, Edmond-- oh! believe me -- guilty as I was -- oh, yes, I, too,have suffered much!"

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      "Very good," resumed Danglars; "now your revenge looks likecommon-sense, for in no way can it revert to yourself, andthe matter will thus work its own way; there is nothing todo now but fold the letter as I am doing, and write upon it,`To the king's attorney,' and that's all settled." AndDanglars wrote the address as he spoke.

  • 侯立安 08-01

       "You see," said the young man, with an air of sorrowfulresignation, to Faria, "that God deems it right to take fromme any claim to merit for what you call my devotion to you.I have promised to remain forever with you, and now I couldnot break my promise if I would. The treasure will be nomore mine than yours, and neither of us will quit thisprison. But my real treasure is not that, my dear friend,which awaits me beneath the sombre rocks of Monte Cristo, itis your presence, our living together five or six hours aday, in spite of our jailers; it is the rays of intelligenceyou have elicited from my brain, the languages you haveimplanted in my memory, and which have taken root there withall their philological ramifications. These differentsciences that you have made so easy to me by the depth ofthe knowledge you possess of them, and the clearness of theprinciples to which you have reduced them -- this is mytreasure, my beloved friend, and with this you have made merich and happy. Believe me, and take comfort, this is betterfor me than tons of gold and cases of diamonds, even werethey not as problematical as the clouds we see in themorning floating over the sea, which we take for terrafirma, and which evaporate and vanish as we draw near tothem. To have you as long as possible near me, to hear youreloquent speech, -- which embellishes my mind, strengthensmy soul, and makes my whole frame capable of great andterrible things, if I should ever be free, -- so fills mywhole existence, that the despair to which I was just on thepoint of yielding when I knew you, has no longer any holdover me; and this -- this is my fortune -- not chimerical,but actual. I owe you my real good, my present happiness;and all the sovereigns of the earth, even Caesar Borgiahimself, could not deprive me of this."

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    {  "Yes."

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