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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You do not answer, madame!" exclaimed the terribleinterrogator. Then he added, with a smile yet more terriblethan his anger, "It is true, then; you do not deny it!" Shemoved forward. "And you cannot deny it!" added Villefort,extending his hand toward her, as though to seize her in thename of justice. "You have accomplished these differentcrimes with impudent address, but which could only deceivethose whose affections for you blinded them. Since the deathof Madame de Saint-Meran, I have known that a poisoner livedin my house. M. d'Avrigny warned me of it. After the deathof Barrois my suspicions were directed towards an angel, --those suspicions which, even when there is no crime, arealways alive in my heart; but after the death of Valentine,there has been no doubt in my mind, madame, and not only inmine, but in those of others; thus your crime, known by twopersons, suspected by many, will soon become public, and, asI told you just now, you no longer speak to the husband, butto the judge."
2.  "I scarcely know," replied the count; "it was a littlesurprise prepared for me by my steward, and cost me -- well,somewhere about 30,000 francs." Debray conveyed the count'sreply to the baroness. Poor Danglars looked so crest-fallenand discomfited that Monte Cristo assumed a pitying airtowards him. "See," said the count, "how very ungratefulwomen are. Your kind attention, in providing for the safetyof the baroness by disposing of the horses, does not seem tohave made the least impression on her. But so it is; a womanwill often, from mere wilfulness, prefer that which isdangerous to that which is safe. Therefore, in my opinion,my dear baron, the best and easiest way is to leave them totheir fancies, and allow them to act as they please, andthen, if any mischief follows, why, at least, they have noone to blame but themselves." Danglars made no reply; he wasoccupied in anticipations of the coming scene betweenhimself and the baroness, whose frowning brow, like that ofOlympic Jove, predicted a storm. Debray, who perceived thegathering clouds, and felt no desire to witness theexplosion of Madame Danglars' rage, suddenly recollected anappointment, which compelled him to take his leave; whileMonte Cristo, unwilling by prolonging his stay to destroythe advantages he hoped to obtain, made a farewell bow anddeparted, leaving Danglars to endure the angry reproaches ofhis wife.
3.  Having acquitted themselves of their errand, and exchanged ahearty shake of the hand with Edmond, Danglars andCaderousse took their places beside Fernand and old Dantes,-- the latter of whom attracted universal notice. The oldman was attired in a suit of glistening watered silk,trimmed with steel buttons, beautifully cut and polished.His thin but wiry legs were arrayed in a pair of richlyembroidered clocked stockings, evidently of Englishmanufacture, while from his three-cornered hat depended along streaming knot of white and blue ribbons. Thus he camealong, supporting himself on a curiously carved stick, hisaged countenance lit up with happiness, looking for all theworld like one of the aged dandies of 1796, parading thenewly opened gardens of the Tuileries and Luxembourg. Besidehim glided Caderousse, whose desire to partake of the goodthings provided for the wedding-party had induced him tobecome reconciled to the Dantes, father and son, althoughthere still lingered in his mind a faint and unperfectrecollection of the events of the preceding night; just asthe brain retains on waking in the morning the dim and mistyoutline of a dream.
4.  "Indeed," said Maximilian, "I have often been almost temptedto attribute to him the gift of prophecy; at all events, hehas a wonderful power of foretelling any future good."
5.  "Do you expect to recover your position, sir, withouttouching those three million?"
6.  "Bah," said Debray; "he scarcely knew Mademoiselle deVillefort; you said so yourself."


1.  "To Mademoiselle Valentine?"
2.  "And you say that you dug your way a distance of fifty feetto get here?"
3.  "Merely the term unlimited -- nothing else, certainly."
4.  "I will confess to you, Albert," replied Franz, "the countis a very singular person, and the appointment you have madeto meet him in Paris fills me with a thousandapprehensions."
5.  "Yes, miserable wretch!" cried Morcerf, "it is your fault."Danglars retreated a few steps. "My fault?" said he; "youmust be mad! What do I know of the Grecian affair? Have Itravelled in that country? Did I advise your father to sellthe castle of Yanina -- to betray" --
6.  "Alas, yes!" said Caderousse very uneasily.


1.  "The table was laid in a vineyard belonging to the pope,near San Pierdarena, a charming retreat which the cardinalsknew very well by report. Rospigliosi, quite set up with hisnew dignities, went with a good appetite and his mostingratiating manner. Spada, a prudent man, and greatlyattached to his only nephew, a young captain of the highestpromise, took paper and pen, and made his will. He then sentword to his nephew to wait for him near the vineyard; but itappeared the servant did not find him.
2.  Upon the eighth day he discerned a small vessel under fullsail approaching Monte Cristo. As it drew near, herecognized it as the boat he had given to Jacopo. Heimmediately signalled it. His signal was returned, and intwo hours afterwards the newcomer lay at anchor beside theyacht. A mournful answer awaited each of Edmond's eagerinquiries as to the information Jacopo had obtained. OldDantes was dead, and Mercedes had disappeared. Danteslistened to these melancholy tidings with outward calmness;but, leaping lightly ashore, he signified his desire to bequite alone. In a couple of hours he returned. Two of themen from Jacopo's boat came on board the yacht to assist innavigating it, and he gave orders that she should be steereddirect to Marseilles. For his father's death he was in somemanner prepared; but he knew not how to account for themysterious disappearance of Mercedes.
3.  "Now, madame," said Debray, "you have a splendid fortune, anincome of about 60,000 livres a year, which is enormous fora woman who cannot keep an establishment here for a year, atleast. You will be able to indulge all your fancies;besides, should you find your income insufficient, you can,for the sake of the past, madame, make use of mine; and I amready to offer you all I possess, on loan."
4.  "Why, you poor short-sighted simpleton, can you not guesswho this Noirtier was, whose very name he was so careful tokeep concealed? Noirtier was his father."
5.   "Well," said Villefort, "what is it? -- Who rang? -- Whoasked for me?"
6.  "Yes; for as the gladiator said to the emperor, when heentered the arena, `He who is about to die salutes you.'"


1.  "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" --
2.  "And you, sire, prevent me from sleeping with yoursecurity."
3.  "We had anticipated this kindness on the part of the count,"said Beauchamp, "and I have brought some weapons which Ibought eight or ten days since, thinking to want them on asimilar occasion. They are quite new, and have not yet beenused. Will you examine them."
4、  "He is an excellent person."
5、  Chapter 97The Departure for Belgium.




  • 张永泽 08-07

      "It is not that which deterred me," replied Monte Cristo;"but as I determined to have a house to myself, I sent on myvalet de chambre, and he ought by this time to have boughtthe house and furnished it."

  • 沙特阿尔沙巴布 08-07

      "Without you? Did you really think me capable of that?"

  • 耿静 08-07

       "Oh, merciful heavens!" murmured Villefort. Morrel raisedhis head, and reading the eyes of the old man, which gleamedwith unnatural lustre, -- "Stay," he said, "M. Noirtierwishes to speak."

  • 刁一峰 08-07

      "Precisely," said the count; "six years since I bought ahorse in Hungary remarkable for its swiftness. Thethirty-two that we shall use to-night are its progeny; theyare all entirely black, with the exception of a star uponthe forehead."

  • 王冬才 08-06

    {  M. Noirtier was a true prophet, and things progressedrapidly, as he had predicted. Every one knows the history ofthe famous return from Elba, a return which wasunprecedented in the past, and will probably remain withouta counterpart in the future.

  • 孙坂 08-05

      "Which," asked he, "the viscount or the count?"}

  • 陈宝梁 08-05

      Then, noticing that Julie was struck with the sound of hisvoice, --

  • 丁观海 08-05

      "Be assured," replied Albert, "that if I had been aware ofyour arrival in Paris, and had known your address, I shouldhave paid my respects to you before this. Allow me tointroduce my friend, Baron de Chateau-Renaud, one of the fewtrue gentlemen now to be found in France, and from whom Ihave just learned that you were a spectator of the races inthe Champ-de-Mars, yesterday." Chateau-Renaud bowed to thecountess.

  • 吴平 08-04

       "A probable thing!"

  • 吕婿 08-02

    {  "Don't you remember," said the patron, "I told you thatamong the crew there were two Corsican brigands?"

  • 易哲 08-02

      "Maximilian, my dearest brother!" she cried. At these wordsMadame Morrel rose, and threw herself into her son's arms."Mother," said the young man, looking alternately at MadameMorrel and her daughter, "what has occurred -- what hashappened? Your letter has frightened me, and I have comehither with all speed."