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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Then we shall not meet in Paris?"
2.  "Mercedes came again, and she found him so altered that shewas even more anxious than before to have him taken to herown home. This was M. Morrel's wish also, who would fainhave conveyed the old man against his consent; but the oldman resisted, and cried so that they were actuallyfrightened. Mercedes remained, therefore, by his bedside,and M. Morrel went away, making a sign to the Catalan thathe had left his purse on the chimney-piece. But availinghimself of the doctor's order, the old man would not takeany sustenance; at length (after nine days of despair andfasting), the old man died, cursing those who had caused hismisery, and saying to Mercedes, `If you ever see my Edmondagain, tell him I die blessing him.'" The abbe rose from hischair, made two turns round the chamber, and pressed histrembling hand against his parched throat. "And you believehe died" --
3.  "Well, then, under these circumstances," said Caderousse, "Iwill, I even believe I ought to undeceive you as to thefriendship which poor Edmond thought so sincere andunquestionable."
4.  A peculiar smile passed over Dantes' lips; he squeezedJacopo's hand warmly, but nothing could shake hisdetermination to remain -- and remain alone. The smugglersleft with Edmond what he had requested and set sail, but notwithout turning about several times, and each time makingsigns of a cordial farewell, to which Edmond replied withhis hand only, as if he could not move the rest of his body.Then, when they had disappeared, he said with a smile, --"'Tis strange that it should be among such men that we findproofs of friendship and devotion." Then he dragged himselfcautiously to the top of a rock, from which he had a fullview of the sea, and thence he saw the tartan complete herpreparations for sailing, weigh anchor, and, balancingherself as gracefully as a water-fowl ere it takes to thewing, set sail. At the end of an hour she was completely outof sight; at least, it was impossible for the wounded man tosee her any longer from the spot where he was. Then Dantesrose more agile and light than the kid among the myrtles andshrubs of these wild rocks, took his gun in one hand, hispickaxe in the other, and hastened towards the rock on whichthe marks he had noted terminated. "And now," he exclaimed,remembering the tale of the Arabian fisherman, which Fariahad related to him, "now, open sesame!"
5.  "Until that time," continued the young girl in a calm andself-possessed tone of voice, "we will conform tocircumstances, and be guided by the wishes of our friends,so long as those wishes do not tend finally to separate us;in a word, and I repeat it, because it expresses all I wishto convey, -- we will wait."
6.  "How old are you? Your voice is that of a young man."


1.  "Good-evening, Valentine," said a well-known voice.
2.  * The Spahis are French cavalry reserved for service inAfrica.
3.  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?"
4.  "Possibly."
5.  On the spot it had occupied was a circular space, exposingan iron ring let into a square flag-stone. Dantes uttered acry of joy and surprise; never had a first attempt beencrowned with more perfect success. He would fain havecontinued, but his knees trembled, and his heart beat soviolently, and his sight became so dim, that he was forcedto pause. This feeling lasted but for a moment. Edmondinserted his lever in the ring and exerted all his strength;the flag-stone yielded, and disclosed steps that descendeduntil they were lost in the obscurity of a subterraneousgrotto. Any one else would have rushed on with a cry of joy.Dantes turned pale, hesitated, and reflected. "Come," saidhe to himself, "be a man. I am accustomed to adversity. Imust not be cast down by the discovery that I have beendeceived. What, then, would be the use of all I havesuffered? The heart breaks when, after having been elated byflattering hopes, it sees all its illusions destroyed. Fariahas dreamed this; the Cardinal Spada buried no treasurehere; perhaps he never came here, or if he did, CaesarBorgia, the intrepid adventurer, the stealthy andindefatigable plunderer, has followed him, discovered histraces, pursued them as I have done, raised the stone, anddescending before me, has left me nothing." He remainedmotionless and pensive, his eyes fixed on the gloomyaperture that was open at his feet.
6.  "You speak as though you had loved this young Dantes,"observed the abbe, without taking any notice of hiscompanion's vehemence.


1.  "Doubt, if you please, but I am sure of what I say. I saw awhite figure, and as if to prevent my discrediting thetestimony of only one of my senses, I heard my glass removed-- the same which is there now on the table."
2.  Albert listened, trembling now with hope, then with anger,and then again with shame, for from Beauchamp's confidencehe knew his father was guilty, and he asked himself how,since he was guilty, he could prove his innocence. Beauchamphesitated to continue his narrative. "What next?" askedAlbert.
3.  "Then," remarked Madame de Villefort, "they have againdiscovered the secret of the famous aquatofana that theysaid was lost at Perugia."
4.  To be kept in strict solitary confinement, and to be closelywatched and guarded.
5.   "What is the matter, then, with this dear child? she hasjust left me, and she complained of being indisposed, but Idid not think seriously of it." The young woman with tearsin her eyes and every mark of affection of a true mother,approached Valentine and took her hand. D'Avrigny continuedto look at Noirtier; he saw the eyes of the old man dilateand become round, his cheeks turn pale and tremble; theperspiration stood in drops upon his forehead. "Ah," saidhe, involuntarily following Noirtier's eyes, which werefixed on Madame de Villefort, who repeated, -- "This poorchild would be better in bed. Come, Fanny, we will put herto bed." M. d'Avrigny, who saw that would be a means of hisremaining alone with Noirtier, expressed his opinion that itwas the best thing that could be done; but he forbade thatanything should be given to her except what he ordered.
6.  "But do you think we shall find the count at home?"


1.  "Me?" The former sign was repeated. "Are you displeased withme?" cried Valentine in astonishment. M. Noirtier againclosed his eyes. "And what have I done, dear grandpapa, thatyou should be angry with me?" cried Valentine.
2.  The unknown fixed on the young man one of those looks whichpenetrate into the depth of the heart and thoughts. "And whyrevenge?" he asked.
3.  "A hundred francs."
4、  "`"You would call acting generously, knowing your conspiracyand not informing against you, that is what I should callbecoming your accomplice. You see I am more candid thanyou."'"
5、  "While you assert that she is a queen, or at least aprincess. No; I hope that when he sees me leave you, he willcome out."




  • 吴志 08-04

      "I do not recollect now all the various subjects of which wediscoursed, madame," continued the count with perfectcalmness; "but I perfectly remember that, falling into theerror which others had entertained respecting me, youconsulted me as to the health of Mademoiselle de Villefort."

  • 王建刁 08-04

      "'Tis well, Danglars -- 'tis well!" replied M. Morrel. "Youare a worthy fellow; and I had already thought of yourinterests in the event of poor Edmond having become captainof the Pharaon."

  • 汤姆-麦克唐纳 08-04

       "What do you say?" said the count; "900,000 francs? It isindeed a sum which might be regretted even by a philosopher.And who is the cause of all this annoyance?"

  • 路易十四 08-04

      A long silence followed; the peach, like the grapes, fell tothe ground. "Count," added Mercedes with a supplicatingglance, "there is a beautiful Arabian custom, which makeseternal friends of those who have together eaten bread andsalt under the same roof."

  • 苏诣伦 08-03

    {  The sweat started forth on Dantes brow. Until this day andfor how long a time! -- he had refrained from talking of thetreasure, which had brought upon the abbe the accusation ofmadness. With his instinctive delicacy Edmond had preferredavoiding any touch on this painful chord, and Faria had beenequally silent. He had taken the silence of the old man fora return to reason; and now these few words uttered byFaria, after so painful a crisis, seemed to indicate aserious relapse into mental alienation.

  • 丹泽尔华盛顿 08-02

      "The price of his blood!" she murmured.}

  • 翁海辉 08-02

      "In her room with the notary."

  • 文曲宗 08-02

      "Really?" answered Edmond, with a smile which had in ittraces of slight uneasiness.

  • 欧莱利 08-01

       "Listen, Valentine. Have you never experienced for any onethat sudden and irresistible sympathy which made you feel asif the object of it had been your old and familiar friend,though, in reality, it was the first time you had ever met?Nay, further, have you never endeavored to recall the time,place, and circumstances of your former intercourse, andfailing in this attempt, have almost believed that yourspirits must have held converse with each other in somestate of being anterior to the present, and that you areonly now occupied in a reminiscence of the past?"

  • 孙国庆 07-30

    {  Here Haidee cast a significant glance at Monte Cristo, whoseeyes had been riveted on her countenance during the wholecourse of her narrative. The young girl then continued,speaking slowly, like a person who is either inventing orsuppressing some feature of the history which he isrelating. "You were saying, signora," said Albert, who waspaying the most implicit attention to the recital, "that thegarrison of Yanina, fatigued with long service" --

  • 傅颖杰 07-30

      "From time to time Caderousse darted on his wife keen,searching glances, but rapid as the lightning flash. Thestorm still continued. `There, there,' said La Carconte; `doyou hear that? upon my word, you did well to come back.' --`Nevertheless,' replied the jeweller, `if by the time I havefinished my supper the tempest has at all abated, I shallmake another start.' -- `It's the mistral,' said Caderousse,`and it will be sure to last till to-morrow morning.' Hesighed heavily. -- `Well,' said the jeweller, as he placedhimself at table, `all I can say is, so much the worse forthose who are abroad.' -- `Yes,' chimed in La Carconte,`they will have a wretched night of it.'