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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Why, I paid him."
2.  "Before he entered the merchant service, had he ever servedin the marines?"
3.  "At all events, I could not guess that you would invite meto dinner."
4.  "It was not money."
5.  "So much the better. I congratulate you, my dear M.Danglars," said Monte Cristo; "I see I was deceived, andthat you belong to the class of second-rate fortunes."
6.  "Nay, nay, my good woman, make yourself perfectly easy, Ibeg of you. Whatever evils may befall you, they will not beoccasioned by my instrumentality, that I solemnly promiseyou."


1.  "This was our resolution; a cabriolet was in waiting at thegate, in which I intended to carry off Valentine to mysister's house, to marry her, and to wait respectfully M. deVillefort's pardon."
2.  "Yes, madame, he shall live," said Monte Cristo, surprisedthat without more emotion Mercedes had accepted the heroicsacrifice he made for her. Mercedes extended her hand to thecount.
3.  "Of what burden is she?"
4.  Various rumors were afloat to the effect that the owners ofthe Pharaon had promised to attend the nuptial feast; butall seemed unanimous in doubting that an act of such rareand exceeding condescension could possibly be intended.
5.  "Quite, quite alone," replied the man -- "or, at least,practically so, for my poor wife, who is the only person inthe house besides myself, is laid up with illness, andunable to render me the least assistance, poor thing!"
6.  "Well," returned Morrel, "it is a cruel thing to be forcedto say, but, already used to misfortune, I must habituatemyself to shame. I fear I shall be forced to suspendpayment."


1.  "I have heard talk of him."
2.  "Well, sir, you have in your establishment, or in yourfamily, perhaps, one of the frightful monstrosities of whicheach century produces only one. Locusta and Agrippina,living at the same time, were an exception, and proved thedetermination of providence to effect the entire ruin of theRoman empire, sullied by so many crimes. Brunehilde andFredegonde were the results of the painful struggle ofcivilization in its infancy, when man was learning tocontrol mind, were it even by an emissary from the realms ofdarkness. All these women had been, or were, beautiful. Thesame flower of innocence had flourished, or was stillflourishing, on their brow, that is seen on the brow of theculprit in your house." Villefort shrieked, clasped hishands, and looked at the doctor with a supplicating air. Butthe latter went on without pity: --
3.  "I will do so; but on two conditions."
4.  "I knew there were smugglers, but I thought that since thecapture of Algiers, and the destruction of the regency,pirates existed only in the romances of Cooper and CaptainMarryat."
5.   "Nay," answered the countess, "I know no more of him thanyourself."
6.  "Yes."


1.  "One word more," said Monte Cristo.
2.  "Follow the culprit's steps; he first kills M. deSaint-Meran" --
3.  "And the more, madame," said Monte Cristo, "as the Orientalsdo not confine themselves, as did Mithridates, to make acuirass of his poisons, but they also made them a dagger.Science becomes, in their hands, not only a defensiveweapon, but still more frequently an offensive one; the oneserves against all their physical sufferings, the otheragainst all their enemies. With opium, belladonna, brucaea,snake-wood, and the cherry-laurel, they put to sleep all whostand in their way. There is not one of those women,Egyptian, Turkish, or Greek, whom here you call `goodwomen,' who do not know how, by means of chemistry, tostupefy a doctor, and in psychology to amaze a confessor."
4、  "Well, look at my coat-of-arms, it is worth more thanMorcerf's."
5、  "Good-morning, madame," said the count, bowing. Madame deVillefort acknowledged the salutation with one of her mostgracious smiles. "What is this that M. de Villefort has beentelling me?" demanded Monte Cristo "and whatincomprehensible misfortune" --




  • 樊华 08-05

      "He intended returning some hours after me, and doubtless heis now at home." They ordered the driver to take them to No.30 Champs-Elysees. Beauchamp wished to go in alone, butAlbert observed that as this was an unusual circumstance hemight be allowed to deviate from the usual etiquette inaffairs of honor. The cause which the young man espoused wasone so sacred that Beauchamp had only to comply with all hiswishes; he yielded and contented himself with followingMorcerf. Albert sprang from the porter's lodge to the steps.He was received by Baptistin. The count had, indeed, justarrived, but he was in his bath, and had forbidden that anyone should be admitted. "But after his bath?" asked Morcerf.

  • 曲措 08-05

      "I own that your question embarrasses me, Valentine, for Icannot say that the count has rendered me any ostensibleservice. Still, as I have already told you I have aninstinctive affection for him, the source of which I cannotexplain to you. Has the sun done anything for me? No; hewarms me with his rays, and it is by his light that I seeyou -- nothing more. Has such and such a perfume doneanything for me? No; its odor charms one of my senses --that is all I can say when I am asked why I praise it. Myfriendship for him is as strange and unaccountable as hisfor me. A secret voice seems to whisper to me that theremust be something more than chance in this unexpectedreciprocity of friendship. In his most simple actions, aswell as in his most secret thoughts, I find a relation to myown. You will perhaps smile at me when I tell you that, eversince I have known this man, I have involuntarilyentertained the idea that all the good fortune which hisbefallen me originated from him. However, I have managed tolive thirty years without this protection, you will say; butI will endeavor a little to illustrate my meaning. Heinvited me to dine with him on Saturday, which was a verynatural thing for him to do. Well, what have I learnedsince? That your mother and M. de Villefort are both comingto this dinner. I shall meet them there, and who knows whatfuture advantages may result from the interview? This mayappear to you to be no unusual combination of circumstances;nevertheless, I perceive some hidden plot in the arrangement-- something, in fact, more than is apparent on a casualview of the subject. I believe that this singular man, whoappears to fathom the motives of every one, has purposelyarranged for me to meet M. and Madame de Villefort, andsometimes, I confess, I have gone so far as to try to readin his eyes whether he was in possession of the secret ofour love."

  • 龙虎网 08-05

       "Ah, indeed?" said Monte Cristo, looking earnestly at theyoung man, and by an imperceptible movement turning hischair, so that he remained in the shade while the light fellfull on Maximilian's face. "Yes," continued Morrel, "deathhad entered that house twice within one month."

  • 叶瑶瑶 08-05

      "Well," observed Franz, "this chief is very polite, and Isee no objection -- the more so as I bring my share of thesupper."

  • 卫绍琴 08-04

    {  "This 25th day of April, 1498, be...Alexander VI., and fearing that not...he may desire to become my heir, and re...and Bentivoglio, who were poisoned,...my sole heir, that I have bu...and has visited with me, that is, in...Island of Monte Cristo, all I poss...jewels, diamonds, gems; that I alone...may amount to nearly two mil...will find on raising the twentieth ro...creek to the east in a right line. Two open...in these caves; the treasure is in the furthest a...which treasure I bequeath and leave en...as my sole heir."25th April, 1498."Caes...

  • 艾琳-墨菲 08-03

      "I do not know her name; but it is she, sir, it is she!"}

  • 里奇·卢比奥 08-03

      "Say on."

  • 许时健 08-03

      "See," said d'Avrigny to Villefort, "nature knows how toalleviate the deepest sorrow. No one can say that M.Noirtier did not love his child, and yet he sleeps."

  • 罗斯陶 08-02

       "Never mind -- take these;" and the count placed the packetin the man's hands. "Now this is not all," he said; "youcannot live upon your fifteen thousand francs."

  • 汪森 07-31

    {  "Yes."

  • 梁静茹 07-31

      "Oh, be easy! I have no design upon your count, and youshall have him all to yourself. But," said Caderousse, againsmiling with the disagreeable expression he had beforeassumed, "you must pay for it -- you understand?"