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日期:2020-08-06 12:37:22
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巴斯蒂安

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes; let us go."
2.  "The king himself."
3.  "That is what I hoped."
4.  "Is not that word known in France? The people who wrote areAnglo-Germans, you know."
5.  "He eats, then?"
6.  "The truth is," replied Dantes, "that I am too happy fornoisy mirth; if that is what you meant by your observation,my worthy friend, you are right; joy takes a strange effectat times, it seems to oppress us almost the same as sorrow."

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1.  "When you have purchased the estate I desire, I wantconstant relays of horses at ten leagues apart along thenorthern and southern road."
2.  "Well," said the count, turning towards Franz, "it seems tome that this is a very likely story. What do you say to it?"
3.  "Ma foi, what rival? Why, your protege, M. AndreaCavalcanti!"
4.  "How farewell?" exclaimed Julie; "do you leave us thus, sosuddenly, without any preparations for your journey, withouteven a passport?"
5.  "You leave me, then?"
6.  "Fernand Mondego."

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1.  "How so?"
2.  "That's a daring rascal," whispered the count.
3.  The first words that Albert uttered to his friend, on thefollowing morning, contained a request that Franz wouldaccompany him on a visit to the count; true, the young manhad warmly and energetically thanked the count on theprevious evening; but services such as he had rendered couldnever be too often acknowledged. Franz, who seemed attractedby some invisible influence towards the count, in whichterror was strangely mingled, felt an extreme reluctance topermit his friend to be exposed alone to the singularfascination that this mysterious personage seemed toexercise over him, and therefore made no objection toAlbert's request, but at once accompanied him to the desiredspot, and, after a short delay, the count joined them in thesalon. "My dear count," said Albert, advancing to meet him,"permit me to repeat the poor thanks I offered last night,and to assure you that the remembrance of all I owe to youwill never be effaced from my memory; believe me, as long asI live, I shall never cease to dwell with gratefulrecollection on the prompt and important service yourendered me; and also to remember that to you I am indebtedeven for my life."
4.  "That is not all; give my compliments to your illustriousLuccanese, Cavalcante of the Cavalcanti; and if by anychance he should be wishing to establish his son, find him awife very rich, very noble on her mother's side at least,and a baroness in right of her father, I will help you inthe search."
5.   "Still," said Chateau-Renaud, "Dr. d'Avrigny, who attends mymother, declares he is in despair about it. But whom are youseeking, Debray?"
6.  "What became of this little boy? for I think you told me itwas a boy, M. Bertuccio."

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1.  "I will do anything you desire, except relinquish mydetermination of finding out who this man is. I have morereasons than you can imagine for desiring to know who he is,from whence he came, and whither he is going."
2.  "How much may it amount to?"
3.  "What is it?"
4、  That very day the miners began their labors, with a vigorand alacrity proportionate to their long rest from fatigueand their hopes of ultimate success. Nothing interrupted theprogress of the work except the necessity that each wasunder of returning to his cell in anticipation of theturnkey's visits. They had learned to distinguish the almostimperceptible sound of his footsteps as he descended towardstheir dungeons, and happily, never failed of being preparedfor his coming. The fresh earth excavated during theirpresent work, and which would have entirely blocked up theold passage, was thrown, by degrees and with the utmostprecaution, out of the window in either Faria's or Dantes'cell, the rubbish being first pulverized so finely that thenight wind carried it far away without permitting thesmallest trace to remain. More than a year had been consumedin this undertaking, the only tools for which had been achisel, a knife, and a wooden lever; Faria still continuingto instruct Dantes by conversing with him, sometimes in onelanguage, sometimes in another; at others, relating to himthe history of nations and great men who from time to timehave risen to fame and trodden the path of glory.
5、  "Now say if I conceal anything from you?"

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  • 张必清 08-05

      "One only?"

  • 杨冰阳 08-05

      "Galley-slaves having a nap after dinner! We may well pitythe poor fellows!" said the abbe.

  • 马燕 08-05

       The brigadier, followed by the commissary, disappeared bythe inside staircase, accompanied by the noise which hisassertions respecting Andrea had excited in the crowd. Thisis what had happened. Andrea had very cleverly managed todescend two-thirds of the chimney, but then his footslipped, and notwithstanding his endeavors, he came into theroom with more speed and noise than he intended. It wouldhave signified little had the room been empty, butunfortunately it was occupied. Two ladies, sleeping in onebed, were awakened by the noise, and fixing their eyes uponthe spot whence the sound proceeded, they saw a man. One ofthese ladies, the fair one, uttered those terrible shriekswhich resounded through the house, while the other, rushingto the bell-rope, rang with all her strength. Andrea, as wecan see, was surrounded by misfortune.

  • 李宝健 08-05

      "No; neither do I wish to incur guilt. Hitherto I havefancied myself merely waging war against circumstances, notmen. I have thought it no sin to bore through a wall, ordestroy a staircase; but I cannot so easily persuade myselfto pierce a heart or take away a life." A slight movement ofsurprise escaped Dantes.

  • 李善昌 08-04

    {  "Yes; but then he could tell of what complaint the poormarquis had died."

  • 柯某因 08-03

      "Because yesterday, or the day before, they lost sight ofhim at the corner of the Rue Coq-Heron."}

  • 赵常林 08-03

      This time he could not blame Dantes. He was wrong to leaveit there, but the jailer was wrong not to have looked beforehim.

  • 聂文强 08-03

      "Certainly."

  • 王子健 08-02

       At length the boat touched the shore, but without effort,without shock, as lips touch lips; and he entered the grottoamidst continued strains of most delicious melody. Hedescended, or rather seemed to descend, several steps,inhaling the fresh and balmy air, like that which may besupposed to reign around the grotto of Circe, formed fromsuch perfumes as set the mind a dreaming, and such fires asburn the very senses; and he saw again all he had seenbefore his sleep, from Sinbad, his singular host, to Ali,the mute attendant; then all seemed to fade away and becomeconfused before his eyes, like the last shadows of the magiclantern before it is extinguished, and he was again in thechamber of statues, lighted only by one of those pale andantique lamps which watch in the dead of the night over thesleep of pleasure. They were the same statues, rich in form,in attraction. and poesy, with eyes of fascination, smilesof love, and bright and flowing hair. They were Phryne,Cleopatra, Messalina, those three celebrated courtesans.Then among them glided like a pure ray, like a Christianangel in the midst of Olympus, one of those chaste figures,those calm shadows, those soft visions, which seemed to veilits virgin brow before these marble wantons. Then the threestatues advanced towards him with looks of love, andapproached the couch on which he was reposing, their feethidden in their long white tunics, their throats bare, hairflowing like waves, and assuming attitudes which the godscould not resist, but which saints withstood, and looksinflexible and ardent like those with which the serpentcharms the bird; and then he gave way before looks that heldhim in a torturing grasp and delighted his senses as with avoluptuous kiss. It seemed to Franz that he closed his eyes,and in a last look about him saw the vision of modestycompletely veiled; and then followed a dream of passion likethat promised by the Prophet to the elect. Lips of stoneturned to flame, breasts of ice became like heated lava, sothat to Franz, yielding for the first time to the sway ofthe drug, love was a sorrow and voluptuousness a torture, asburning mouths were pressed to his thirsty lips, and he washeld in cool serpent-like embraces. The more he stroveagainst this unhallowed passion the more his senses yieldedto its thrall, and at length, weary of a struggle that taxedhis very soul, he gave way and sank back breathless andexhausted beneath the kisses of these marble goddesses, andthe enchantment of his marvellous dream.

  • 陈键 07-31

    {  "Their own -- M. de Morcerf's, who is deceased."

  • 鲍广颐 07-31

      "`"Have you, then, so much confidence in your servant thatyou can intrust him with a secret you will not allow me toknow?"

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