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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "As a friend, and only as a friend, at this moment. Thesimilarity in the symptoms of tetanus and poisoning byvegetable substances is so great, that were I obliged toaffirm by oath what I have now stated, I should hesitate; Itherefore repeat to you, I speak not to a magistrate, but toa friend. And to that friend I say. `During thethree-quarters of an hour that the struggle continued, Iwatched the convulsions and the death of Madame deSaint-Meran, and am thoroughly convinced that not only didher death proceed from poison, but I could also specify thepoison.'"
2.  "Yes, yes, Edmond, that is true, but you forgot at that timea little debt to our neighbor, Caderousse. He reminded me ofit, telling me if I did not pay for you, he would be paid byM. Morrel; and so, you see, lest he might do you an injury"--
3.  "Then do not marry her," said the count.
4.  "Andrea Cavalcanti."
5.  Danglars looked towards Fernand, whose excitable naturereceived and betrayed each fresh impression.
6.  "How is it concealed?"


1.  At the moment Caderousse quitted his sentry-like watchbefore the door, the road on which he so eagerly strainedhis sight was void and lonely as a desert at mid-day. Thereit lay stretching out into one interminable line of dust andsand, with its sides bordered by tall, meagre trees,altogether presenting so uninviting an appearance, that noone in his senses could have imagined that any traveller, atliberty to regulate his hours for journeying, would chooseto expose himself in such a formidable Sahara. Nevertheless,had Caderousse but retained his post a few minutes longer,he might have caught a dim outline of something approachingfrom the direction of Bellegarde; as the moving object drewnearer, he would easily have perceived that it consisted ofa man and horse, between whom the kindest and most amiableunderstanding appeared to exist. The horse was of Hungarianbreed, and ambled along at an easy pace. His rider was apriest, dressed in black, and wearing a three-cornered hat;and, spite of the ardent rays of a noonday sun, the paircame on with a fair degree of rapidity.
2.  "Well, Valentine," said Morrel with a sigh, "we will notdiscuss the matter further. I will not make a confidant ofhim."
3.  Monte Cristo suddenly struck his finger on his forehead anda smile passed over his lips; then drawing near to Ali, hewhispered, --
4.  "Then you profess ignorance of the crime with which you arecharged?"
5.  Albert looked at her with curiosity, for she had not yetrelated what he most desired to know, -- how she had becomethe slave of the count. Haidee saw at a glance the sameexpression pervading the countenances of her two auditors;she exclaimed, `When my mother recovered her senses we werebefore the serasker. `Kill,' said she, `but spare the honorof the widow of Ali.' -- `It is not to me to whom you mustaddress yourself,' said Koorshid.
6.  "I hope it may be so," replied Caderousse, his face flushedwith cupidity.


1.  "To surround the scaffold with twenty of my best men, who,at a signal from me, will rush forward directly Peppino isbrought for execution, and, by the assistance of theirstilettos, drive back the guard, and carry off theprisoner."
2.  "Yes; and as I am just now excessively annoyed, I shall gofrom home. Shall we go together?"
3.  "I never speak to his excellency," replied the concierge;"the valet de chambre will carry your message." The groomreturned to the carriage. "Well?" asked Danglars. The man,somewhat crest-fallen by the rebuke he had received,repeated what the concierge had said. "Bless me," murmuredBaron Danglars, "this must surely be a prince instead of acount by their styling him `excellency,' and only venturingto address him by the medium of his valet de chambre.However, it does not signify; he has a letter of credit onme, so I must see him when he requires his money."
4.  Now, listen, Albert. Twenty-four years ago I returned, proudand joyful, to my country. I had a betrothed, Albert, alovely girl whom I adored, and I was bringing to mybetrothed a hundred and fifty louis, painfully amassed byceaseless toil. This money was for her; I destined it forher, and, knowing the treachery of the sea I buried ourtreasure in the little garden of the house my father livedin at Marseilles, on the Allees de Meillan. Your mother,Albert, knows that poor house well. A short time since Ipassed through Marseilles, and went to see the old place,which revived so many painful recollections; and in theevening I took a spade and dug in the corner of the gardenwhere I had concealed my treasure. The iron box was there --no one had touched it -- under a beautiful fig-tree myfather had planted the day I was born, which overshadowedthe spot. Well, Albert, this money, which was formerlydesigned to promote the comfort and tranquillity of thewoman I adored, may now, through strange and painfulcircumstances, be devoted to the same purpose. Oh, feel forme, who could offer millions to that poor woman, but whoreturn her only the piece of black bread forgotten under mypoor roof since the day I was torn from her I loved. You area generous man, Albert, but perhaps you may be blinded bypride or resentment; if you refuse me, if you ask anotherfor what I have a right to offer you, I will say it isungenerous of you to refuse the life of your mother at thehands of a man whose father was allowed by your father todie in all the horrors of poverty and despair.
5.   "You see you were deceived," murmured the magistrate; "comeand see her, and on her bed of agony entreat her pardon forhaving suspected her."
6.  "May we inquire what is this recipe?" asked Debray.


1.  Fernand, pale and trembling, drew back, like a traveller atthe sight of a serpent, and fell into a chair beside him.Edmond and Mercedes were clasped in each other's arms. Theburning Marseilles sun, which shot into the room through theopen door, covered them with a flood of light. At first theysaw nothing around them. Their intense happiness isolatedthem from all the rest of the world, and they only spoke inbroken words, which are the tokens of a joy so extreme thatthey seem rather the expression of sorrow. Suddenly Edmondsaw the gloomy, pale, and threatening countenance ofFernand, as it was defined in the shadow. By a movement forwhich he could scarcely account to himself, the youngCatalan placed his hand on the knife at his belt.
2.  "We are never quits with those who oblige us," was Dantes'reply; "for when we do not owe them money, we owe themgratitude."
3.  "I have already told you it was impossible."
4、  "Why so?"
5、  "Permit me to inform you, Count," said he, bowing, "that Ihave received a letter of advice from Thomson & French, ofRome."




  • 邓林 08-08

      "You are my son, Dantes," exclaimed the old man. "You arethe child of my captivity. My profession condemns me tocelibacy. God has sent you to me to console, at one and thesame time, the man who could not be a father, and theprisoner who could not get free." And Faria extended the armof which alone the use remained to him to the young man whothrew himself upon his neck and wept.

  • 白茅 08-08

      "Diamond!" exclaimed La Carconte, rising and descending tothe chamber with a tolerably firm step; "what diamond areyou talking about?"

  • 谢娜 08-08

       "No one had entered the house since I had left it. It wasfive o'clock in the afternoon; I ascended into the red room,and waited for night. There all the thoughts which haddisturbed me during my year of constant agony came back withdouble force. The Corsican, who had declared the vendettaagainst me, who had followed me from Nimes to Paris, who hadhid himself in the garden, who had struck me, had seen medig the grave, had seen me inter the child, -- he mightbecome acquainted with your person, -- nay, he might eventhen have known it. Would he not one day make you pay forkeeping this terrible secret? Would it not be a sweetrevenge for him when he found that I had not died from theblow of his dagger? It was therefore necessary, beforeeverything else, and at all risks, that I should cause alltraces of the past to disappear -- that I should destroyevery material vestige; too much reality would always remainin my recollection. It was for this I had annulled the lease-- it was for this I had come -- it was for this I waswaiting. Night arrived; I allowed it to become quite dark. Iwas without a light in that room; when the wind shook allthe doors, behind which I continually expected to see somespy concealed, I trembled. I seemed everywhere to hear yourmoans behind me in the bed, and I dared not turn around. Myheart beat so violently that I feared my wound would open.At length, one by one, all the noises in the neighborhoodceased. I understood that I had nothing to fear, that Ishould neither be seen nor heard, so I decided upondescending to the garden.

  • 林谢德 08-08

      "Come," thought Franz, "he is still more mysterious, sincethe two accounts do not agree."

  • 高洪彦 08-07

    {  "I am going," said Albert, as he made his parting bow. Justas he was passing the count's box, the door opened, andMonte Cristo came forth. After giving some directions toAli, who stood in the lobby, the count took Albert's arm.Carefully closing the box door, Ali placed himself beforeit, while a crowd of spectators assembled round the Nubian.

  • 聂莉雅 08-06

      "Why," replied he, "I think it just possible Dantes may havebeen detected with some trifling article on board shipconsidered here as contraband."}

  • 陈彩凤 08-06

      "Yes, a chief."

  • 刘录田 08-06

      "In what a tone you speak!" cried Valentine.

  • 曹怀红 08-05

       Andrea got into the cab, which passed rapidly through theFaubourg Saint-Denis, along the Faubourg Saint-Martin,crossed the barrier, and threaded its way through theinterminable Villette. They never overtook the chimericalfriend, yet Andrea frequently inquired of people on footwhom he passed and at the inns which were not yet closed,for a green cabriolet and bay horse; and as there are agreat many cabriolets to be seen on the road to the LowCountries, and as nine-tenths of them are green, theinquiries increased at every step. Every one had just seenit pass; it was only five hundred, two hundred, one hundredsteps in advance; at length they reached it, but it was notthe friend. Once the cab was also passed by a calash rapidlywhirled along by two post-horses. "Ah," said Cavalcanti tohimself, "if I only had that britzska, those two goodpost-horses, and above all the passport that carries themon!" And he sighed deeply. The calash contained MademoiselleDanglars and Mademoiselle d'Armilly. "Hurry, hurry!" saidAndrea, "we must overtake him soon." And the poor horseresumed the desperate gallop it had kept up since leavingthe barrier, and arrived steaming at Louvres.

  • 江贝 08-03

    {  "How old are you? Your voice is that of a young man."

  • 金永红 08-03

      "`"Then you must die," replied the president calmly. M.d'Epinay became very pale; he looked round him a secondtime, several members of the club were whispering, andgetting their arms from under their cloaks. "General," saidthe president, "do not alarm yourself; you are among men ofhonor who will use every means to convince you beforeresorting to the last extremity, but as you have said, youare among conspirators, you are in possession of our secret,and you must restore it to us." A significant silencefollowed these words, and as the general did not reply, --"Close the doors," said the president to the door-keeper.