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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Give me what you give the others, and it will be allright," returned Dantes.
2.  "It is, without the setting, which is also valuable,"replied the abbe, as he closed the box, and returned it tohis pocket, while its brilliant hues seemed still to dancebefore the eyes of the fascinated inn-keeper.
3.  After continuing some time in profound meditation, the youngman suddenly exclaimed, "I have found what you were insearch of!"
4.  As we have said, the inspector, from discretion, and that hemight not disturb the Abbe Faria's pupil in his researches,had seated himself in a corner, and was reading Le DrapeauBlanc. He did not see the Englishman fold up and place inhis pocket the accusation written by Danglars under thearbor of La Reserve, and which had the postmark,"Marseilles, 27th Feb., delivery 6 o'clock, P.M." But itmust be said that if he had seen it, he attached so littleimportance to this scrap of paper, and so much importance tohis two hundred thousand francs, that he would not haveopposed whatever the Englishman might do, however irregularit might be.
5.  "Yes."
6.  "The Count of Monte Cristo."


1.  "You still confide, then, in Sinbad the Sailor?" asked he,smiling.
2.  "No, sire," he replied, "I alighted at the Hotel de Madrid,in the Rue de Tournon."
3.  "Nothing could be in better taste than my father's demeanor,madame," said Albert; "nay, more, he seemed greatlyflattered at two or three compliments which the count veryskilfully and agreeably paid him with as much ease as if hehad known him these thirty years. Each of these littletickling arrows must have pleased my father," added Albertwith a laugh. "And thus they parted the best possiblefriends, and M. de Morcerf even wished to take him to theChamber to hear the speakers." The countess made no reply.She fell into so deep a revery that her eyes graduallyclosed. The young man, standing up before her, gazed uponher with that filial affection which is so tender andendearing with children whose mothers are still young andhandsome. Then, after seeing her eyes closed, and hearingher breathe gently, he believed she had dropped asleep, andleft the apartment on tiptoe, closing the door after himwith the utmost precaution. "This devil of a fellow," hemuttered, shaking his head; "I said at the time he wouldcreate a sensation here, and I measure his effect by aninfallible thermometer. My mother has noticed him, and hemust therefore, perforce, be remarkable." He went down tothe stables, not without some slight annoyance, when heremembered that the Count of Monte Cristo had laid his handson a "turnout" which sent his bays down to second place inthe opinion of connoisseurs. "Most decidedly," said he, "menare not equal, and I must beg my father to develop thistheorem in the Chamber of Peers."
4.  "No he will not, for he will tell you, what is very true,that perhaps there were fifty officers in the Greek armybearing the same name."
5.  Chapter 105The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise.
6.  "What is that?" he inquired.


1.  "My dear father, I think I already know what you are aboutto tell me."
2.  "Really," said Albert, "I do not know; when I invited himthree months ago, he was then at Rome, but since that timewho knows where he may have gone?"
3.  "Yes, indeed; I had previously inquired of Dantes what washis opinion of you, and if he should have any reluctance tocontinue you in your post, for somehow I have perceived asort of coolness between you."
4.  "You are wrong," replied Villefort, significantly; "it isimportant that you should be seen there."
5.   "Yes, it is an extraordinary story," said Beauchamp; "is itnot?"
6.  Dantes concealed two or three of the sharpest fragments inhis bed, leaving the rest on the floor. The breaking of hisjug was too natural an accident to excite suspicion. Edmondhad all the night to work in, but in the darkness he couldnot do much, and he soon felt that he was working againstsomething very hard; he pushed back his bed, and waited forday.


1.  "At Auteuil, near Paris." M. de Villefort a second timeraised his head, looked at Benedetto as if he had beengazing at the head of Medusa, and became livid. As forBenedetto, he gracefully wiped his lips with a fine cambricpocket-handkerchief. "Your profession?"
2.  "If we are so, it is because we generally judge under theinfluence of excitement. But return to your question."
3.  "Their demand was fair, and the chief inclined his head insign of acquiescence. The eyes of all shone fiercely as theymade their demand, and the red light of the fire made themlook like demons. The names of all, including Carlini, wereplaced in a hat, and the youngest of the band drew forth aticket; the ticket bore the name of Diovolaccio. He was theman who had proposed to Carlini the health of their chief,and to whom Carlini replied by breaking the glass across hisface. A large wound, extending from the temple to the mouth,was bleeding profusely. Diovalaccio, seeing himself thusfavored by fortune, burst into a loud laugh. `Captain,' saidhe, `just now Carlini would not drink your health when Iproposed it to him; propose mine to him, and let us see ifhe will be more condescending to you than to me.' Every oneexpected an explosion on Carlini's part; but to their greatsurprise, he took a glass in one hand and a flask in theother, and filling it, -- `Your health, Diavolaccio,' saidhe calmly, and he drank it off, without his hand tremblingin the least. Then sitting down by the fire, `My supper,'said he; `my expedition has given me an appetite.' -- `Welldone, Carlini!' cried the brigands; `that is acting like agood fellow;' and they all formed a circle round the fire,while Diavolaccio disappeared. Carlini ate and drank as ifnothing had happened. The bandits looked on withastonishment at this singular conduct until they heardfootsteps. They turned round, and saw Diavolaccio bearingthe young girl in his arms. Her head hung back, and her longhair swept the ground. As they entered the circle, thebandits could perceive, by the firelight, the unearthlypallor of the young girl and of Diavolaccio. This apparitionwas so strange and so solemn, that every one rose, with theexception of Carlini, who remained seated, and ate and drankcalmly. Diavolaccio advanced amidst the most profoundsilence, and laid Rita at the captain's feet. Then every onecould understand the cause of the unearthly pallor in theyoung girl and the bandit. A knife was plunged up to thehilt in Rita's left breast. Every one looked at Carlini; thesheath at his belt was empty. `Ah, ah,' said the chief, `Inow understand why Carlini stayed behind.' All savagenatures appreciate a desperate deed. No other of the banditswould, perhaps, have done the same; but they all understoodwhat Carlini had done. `Now, then,' cried Carlini, rising inhis turn, and approaching the corpse, his hand on the buttof one of his pistols, `does any one dispute the possessionof this woman with me?' -- `No,' returned the chief, `she isthine.' Carlini raised her in his arms, and carried her outof the circle of firelight. Cucumetto placed his sentinelsfor the night, and the bandits wrapped themselves in theircloaks, and lay down before the fire. At midnight thesentinel gave the alarm, and in an instant all were on thealert. It was Rita's father, who brought his daughter'sransom in person. `Here,' said he, to Cucumetto, `here arethree hundred piastres; give me back my child. But thechief, without taking the money, made a sign to him tofollow. The old man obeyed. They both advanced beneath thetrees, through whose branches streamed the moonlight.Cucumetto stopped at last, and pointed to two personsgrouped at the foot of a tree.
4、  "I am at your service, madame," replied Lucien coldly.
5、  "Pray, say everything that is kind to Countess G---- on thepart of her friend the Vampire."




  • 张瑛 08-09

      "Prove it to me."

  • 窦媛媛 08-09

      "Be it so; I will stay; I must do something to distract mythoughts."

  • 郭圻 08-09

       "And do you know," said Valentine, "what reason grandpapagives for leaving this house." Noirtier looked at Valentineto impose silence, but she did not notice him; her looks,her eyes, her smile, were all for Morrel.

  • 王建东 08-09

      "And then," said Monte Cristo, "this is not all."

  • 郭伟 08-08

    {  "`And who only needs one thing more to make him happy.'"

  • 李成安 08-07

      "Sir," said Villefort, in the squeaky tone assumed bymagistrates in their oratorical periods, and of which theycannot, or will not, divest themselves in society, "sir, thesignal service which you yesterday rendered to my wife andson has made it a duty for me to offer you my thanks. I havecome, therefore, to discharge this duty, and to express toyou my overwhelming gratitude." And as he said this, the"eye severe" of the magistrate had lost nothing of itshabitual arrogance. He spoke in a voice of theprocureur-general, with the rigid inflexibility of neck andshoulders which caused his flatterers to say (as we havebefore observed) that he was the living statue of the law.}

  • 王生萍 08-07

      "Do you think you are engaged with a pygmy like yourself?"said Bertuccio, in so calm a tone, and with so steadfast alook, that Andrea was moved to the very soul. "Do you thinkyou have to do with galley-slaves, or novices in the world?Benedetto, you are fallen into terrible hands; they areready to open for you -- make use of them. Do not play withthe thunderbolt they have laid aside for a moment, but whichthey can take up again instantly, if you attempt tointercept their movements."

  • 奥芬巴赫 08-07


  • 顾华宁 08-06

       "And I say to you, fabulous as it may seem, I tell it as atrue one from beginning to end. The brigands had carried meoff, and conducted me to a gloomy spot, called the Catacombsof Saint Sebastian."

  • 王孟儒 08-04

    {  "An hour and a half."

  • 沈富麟 08-04