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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "In what year?"
2.  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.
3.  "A sailor."
4.  "Ma foi," said Louis XVIII., "take it, such as it is, for Ihave not the time to procure you another. Blacas, let it beyour care to see that the brevet is made out and sent to M.de Villefort." Villefort's eyes were filled with tears ofjoy and pride; he took the cross and kissed it.
5.  "Yes, madame," replied Villefort, "it is not only projectedbut arranged."
6.  "He shall receive then on returning from the mayor's."*


1.  "So I should suppose by her dress; if you know no more thanthat, every one here is as well-informed as yourself."
2.  "Oh, no," replied Monte Cristo; "I do not carry brutalism sofar. Every one who surrounds me is free to quit me, and whenthey leave me will no longer have any need of me or any oneelse; it is for that reason, perhaps, that they do not quitme." They had long since passed to dessert and cigars.
3.  "I hate them? Not at all; why should I?" The countess placedherself before Monte Cristo, still holding in her hand aportion of the perfumed grapes. "Take some," she said."Madame, I never eat Muscatel grapes," replied Monte Cristo,as if the subject had not been mentioned before. Thecountess dashed the grapes into the nearest thicket, with agesture of despair. "Inflexible man!" she murmured. MonteCristo remained as unmoved as if the reproach had not beenaddressed to him. Albert at this moment ran in. "Oh,mother," he exclaimed, "such a misfortune his happened!"
4.  "I have sent for one," replied the abbe.
5.  "Ah," responded Sinbad, laughing with his singular laughwhich displayed his white and sharp teeth. "You have notguessed rightly. Such as you see me I am, a sort ofphilosopher, and one day perhaps I shall go to Paris torival Monsieur Appert, and the little man in the bluecloak."
6.  "I am, indeed, most wretched," replied Mercedes. "Alone inthe world, I had but my son, and he has left me!"


1.  "To me?"
2.  "Yes, I do remember," replied the countess. A servantentered, summoned by Albert's ring of the bell. "Take theseflowers into the anteroom or dressing-room," said theviscount; "they make the countess ill." The footman obeyedhis orders. A long pause ensued, which lasted until all theflowers were removed. "What is this name of Monte Cristo?"inquired the countess, when the servant had taken away thelast vase of flowers, "is it a family name, or the name ofthe estate, or a simple title?"
3.  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."
4.  "Yes, if you have nothing more to say to me."
5.   "What did you please to say, sir?" asked Caderousse.
6.  "Dear Maximilian, why not attribute your escape to myconstant prayers for your safety? When you are away, I nolonger pray for myself, but for you."


1.  Owing to this change, the worthy shipowner became at thatmoment -- we will not say all powerful, because Morrel was aprudent and rather a timid man, so much so, that many of themost zealous partisans of Bonaparte accused him of"moderation" -- but sufficiently influential to make ademand in favor of Dantes.
2.  "Poor fellow, poor fellow!" murmured Caderousse. "Well,there, sir, is another proof that good people are neverrewarded on this earth, and that none but the wickedprosper. Ah," continued Caderousse, speaking in the highlycolored language of the south, "the world grows worse andworse. Why does not God, if he really hates the wicked, ashe is said to do, send down brimstone and fire, and consumethem altogether?"
3.  "Yes," said Noirtier.
4、  Chapter 73The Promise.
5、  "Oh, yes," replied the count; "understand me, I would fighta duel for a trifle, for an insult, for a blow; and the moreso that, thanks to my skill in all bodily exercises, and theindifference to danger I have gradually acquired, I shouldbe almost certain to kill my man. Oh, I would fight for sucha cause; but in return for a slow, profound, eternaltorture, I would give back the same, were it possible; aneye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, as the Orientalistssay, -- our masters in everything, -- those favoredcreatures who have formed for themselves a life of dreamsand a paradise of realities."




  • 张雪英 08-04

      The night gradually drew on, and the foliage in the gardenassumed a deeper hue. Then Morrel came out from hishiding-place with a beating heart, and looked through thesmall opening in the gate; there was yet no one to be seen.The clock struck half-past eight, and still anotherhalf-hour was passed in waiting, while Morrel walked to andfro, and gazed more and more frequently through the opening.The garden became darker still, but in the darkness helooked in vain for the white dress, and in the silence hevainly listened for the sound of footsteps. The house, whichwas discernible through the trees, remained in darkness, andgave no indication that so important an event as thesignature of a marriage-contract was going on. Morrel lookedat his watch, which wanted a quarter to ten; but soon thesame clock he had already heard strike two or three timesrectified the error by striking half-past nine.

  • 蔡学儒 08-04

      "Well, I hoped to get an exchange of arms, -- to substitutethe sword for the pistol; the pistol is blind."

  • 龚艳玲 08-04

       "To be sure, I remember it all now."

  • 宁赋魁 08-04

      "Permit me to inform you, Count," said he, bowing, "that Ihave received a letter of advice from Thomson & French, ofRome."

  • 杨筱璐 08-03

    {  "You are, doubtless, acquainted with a variety of languages,so as to have been able to read all these?"

  • 敏敏 08-02

      "I am ready," said Maximilian; "I came expressly to wishthem farewell."}

  • 盛锡福 08-02

      "There are only," said the gendarme, "a governor, agarrison, turnkeys, and good thick walls. Come, come, do notlook so astonished, or you will make me think you arelaughing at me in return for my good nature." Dantes pressedthe gendarme's hand as though he would crush it.

  • 林广 08-02

      "I will hasten," replied Franz.

  • 申评 08-01

       "Besides, it is no reason because you have not seen anexecution at Paris, that you should not see one anywhereelse; when you travel, it is to see everything. Think what afigure you will make when you are asked, `How do theyexecute at Rome?' and you reply, `I do not know'! And,besides, they say that the culprit is an infamous scoundrel,who killed with a log of wood a worthy canon who had broughthim up like his own son. Diable, when a churchman is killed,it should be with a different weapon than a log, especiallywhen he has behaved like a father. If you went to Spain,would you not see the bull-fight? Well, suppose it is abull-fight you are going to see? Recollect the ancientRomans of the Circus, and the sports where they killed threehundred lions and a hundred men. Think of the eightythousand applauding spectators, the sage matrons who tooktheir daughters, and the charming Vestals who made with thethumb of their white hands the fatal sign that said, `Come,despatch the dying.'"

  • 吴亚梅 07-30

    {  "Who can say whether we shall ever see them again?" saidMorrel with tearful eyes.

  • 拉波特 07-30

      "Yes, before witnesses."