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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "One who will be your best friend, Dantes, for he is myfriend, my cousin, my brother; it is Fernand -- the manwhom, after you, Edmond, I love the best in the world. Doyou not remember him?"
2.  "A friend!" responded Peppino; and, advancing alone towardsthe sentry, he said a few words to him in a low tone; andthen he, like the first, saluted the nocturnal visitors,making a sign that they might proceed.
3.  "Well," said Monte Cristo in an indifferent tone, "you willdo as you please, count, for you are the master of your ownactions, and are the person most concerned in the matter,but if I were you, I would not divulge a word of theseadventures. Your history is quite a romance, and the world,which delights in romances in yellow covers, strangelymistrusts those which are bound in living parchment, eventhough they be gilded like yourself. This is the kind ofdifficulty which I wished to represent to you, my dearcount. You would hardly have recited your touching historybefore it would go forth to the world, and be deemedunlikely and unnatural. You would be no longer a lost childfound, but you would be looked upon as an upstart, who hadsprung up like a mushroom in the night. You might excite alittle curiosity, but it is not every one who likes to bemade the centre of observation and the subject of unpleasantremark."
4.  "My father -- I will know who my father is," said theobstinate youth; "I will perish if I must, but I will knowit. What does scandal signify to me? What possessions, whatreputation, what `pull,' as Beauchamp says, -- have I? Yougreat people always lose something by scandal,notwithstanding your millions. Come, who is my father?"
5.  "Ah," returned Albert, in his turn looking around to seewhat Lucien was doing.
6.  "Yes."


1.  "Forgive me!" cried Edmond, blushing deeply.
2.  "Am I, indeed, so happy?" said Albert, who still could notprevent an almost imperceptible cloud passing across hisbrow. "But, my dear count, has M. Danglars any reason?"
3.  "The son of a shipowner."
4.  "But why are you so sure of his being the winner of theJockey Club prize?"
5.  "To-day the preliminaries, to-morrow or next day theceremony! You are in a hurry, captain!"
6.  "Well," replied Mercedes, sighing, "go, Albert; I will notmake you a slave to your filial piety." Albert pretended hedid not hear, bowed to his mother, and quitted her. Scarcelyhad he shut her door, when Mercedes called a confidentialservant, and ordered him to follow Albert wherever he shouldgo that evening, and to come and tell her immediately whathe observed. Then she rang for her lady's maid, and, weak asshe was, she dressed, in order to be ready for whatevermight happen. The footman's mission was an easy one. Albertwent to his room, and dressed with unusual care. At tenminutes to eight Beauchamp arrived; he had seenChateau-Renaud, who had promised to be in the orchestrabefore the curtain was raised. Both got into Albert's coupe;and, as the young man had no reason to conceal where he wasgoing, he called aloud, "To the opera." In his impatience hearrived before the beginning of the performance.


1.  "Two or three times a week. To-morrow, for instance, he isgoing to spend the day and night there."
2.  "You are married, then?" said the priest, with a show ofinterest, glancing round as he spoke at the scantyfurnishings of the apartment.
3.  "Joannes stayed for a while to see whether the storm seemedto abate in its fury, but a brief space of time sufficed toassure him that, instead of diminishing, the violence of therain and thunder momentarily increased; resigning himself,therefore, to what seemed inevitable, he bade his hostgood-night, and mounted the stairs. He passed over my headand I heard the flooring creak beneath his footsteps. Thequick, eager glance of La Carconte followed him as heascended, while Caderousse, on the contrary, turned hisback, and seemed most anxiously to avoid even glancing athim.
4.  "Nothing," replied Maximilian.
5.   "From the notary, M. Deschamps."
6.  "Which of you gentlemen," asked the magistrate, withoutreplying to the count, "answers to the name of AndreaCavalcanti?" A cry of astonishment was heard from all partsof the room. They searched; they questioned. "But who thenis Andrea Cavalcanti?" asked Danglars in amazement.


1.  "It is reported your political opinions are extreme," saidVillefort, who had never heard anything of the kind, but wasnot sorry to make this inquiry, as if it were an accusation.
2.  "Do you love her much?"
3.  "Ah, here you are, monsieur," she said in her naturally calmvoice; "but how pale you are! Have you been working allnight? Why did you not come down to breakfast? Well, willyou take me, or shall I take Edward?" Madame de Villeforthad multiplied her questions in order to gain one answer,but to all her inquiries M. de Villefort remained mute andcold as a statue. "Edward," said Villefort, fixing animperious glance on the child, "go and play in thedrawing-room, my dear; I wish to speak to your mamma."Madame de Villefort shuddered at the sight of that coldcountenance, that resolute tone, and the awfully strangepreliminaries. Edward raised his head, looked at his mother,and then, finding that she did not confirm the order, begancutting off the heads of his leaden soldiers.
4、  "Because you have not yet invited me."
5、  The procureur entered with the same grave and measured stephe would have employed in entering a court of justice. Hewas the same man, or rather the development of the same man,whom we have heretofore seen as assistant attorney atMarseilles. Nature, according to her way, had made nodeviation in the path he had marked out for himself. Frombeing slender he had now become meagre; once pale, he wasnow yellow; his deep-set eyes were hollow, and the goldspectacles shielding his eyes seemed to be an integralportion of his face. He dressed entirely in black, with theexception of his white tie, and his funeral appearance wasonly mitigated by the slight line of red ribbon which passedalmost imperceptibly through his button-hole, and appearedlike a streak of blood traced with a delicate brush.Although master of himself, Monte Cristo, scrutinized withirrepressible curiosity the magistrate whose salute hereturned, and who, distrustful by habit, and especiallyincredulous as to social prodigies, was much more dispisedto look upon "the noble stranger," as Monte Cristo wasalready called, as an adventurer in search of new fields, oran escaped criminal, rather than as a prince of the HolySee, or a sultan of the Thousand and One Nights.




  • 韦塞林 08-04

      "To leave behind you the diamond you have on your finger. Weshall both get into trouble. You will ruin both yourself andme by your folly."

  • 罗加冕 08-04

      "Sir, I should make a terrestrial paradise of it."

  • 吴乃宜 08-04

       "Oh, monsieur," said the concierge, "I shall not have muchcause to regret him, for he came here but seldom; it is fiveyears since he was here last, and he did well to sell thehouse, for it did not bring him in anything at all."

  • 朝戈金 08-04

      "In the first place, light me a torch."

  • 巫梦洁 08-03

    {  "If you worry me by repeating the same thing, I will notbring you any more to eat."

  • 张鑫鑫 08-02

      but, like a phosphoric light, they rise but to mislead. Thestory has been told by the Corsican to some priest, who inhis turn has repeated it. M. de Monte Cristo may have heardit, and to enlighten himself -- but why should he wish toenlighten himself upon the subject?" asked Villefort, aftera moment's reflection, "what interest can this M. de MonteCristo or M. Zaccone, -- son of a shipowner of Malta,discoverer of a mine in Thessaly, now visiting Paris for thefirst time, -- what interest, I say, can he take indiscovering a gloomy, mysterious, and useless fact likethis? However, among all the incoherent details given to meby the Abbe Busoni and by Lord Wilmore, by that friend andthat enemy, one thing appears certain and clear in myopinion -- that in no period, in no case, in nocircumstance, could there have been any contact between himand me."}

  • 皮克 08-02

      "I am no longer surprised at my detention," murmured Dantes,"since my only protector is removed."

  • 康志红 08-02

      "Yes, sir," replied the Englishman. "I will not," continuedhe, after a moment's silence, "conceal from you, that whileyour probity and exactitude up to this moment areuniversally acknowledged, yet the report is current inMarseilles that you are not able to meet your liabilities."At this almost brutal speech Morrel turned deathly pale."Sir," said he, "up to this time -- and it is now more thanfour-and-twenty years since I received the direction of thishouse from my father, who had himself conducted it for fiveand thirty years -- never has anything bearing the signatureof Morrel & Son been dishonored."

  • 贝鲁斯科尼 08-01

       "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."

  • 林鸿明 07-30

    {  Dantes remained in his cell all day, not daring to return tohis friend, thinking thus to defer the moment when he shouldbe convinced, once for all, that the abbe was mad -- such aconviction would be so terrible!

  • 圣布莱德斯 07-30

      "Your excellency is the travelling companion of theviscount?"