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日期:2020-08-04 17:23:42

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The Count of Morcerf alone was ignorant of the news. He didnot take in the paper containing the defamatory article, andhad passed the morning in writing letters and in trying ahorse. He arrived at his usual hour, with a proud look andinsolent demeanor; he alighted, passed through thecorridors, and entered the house without observing thehesitation of the door-keepers or the coolness of hiscolleagues. Business had already been going on for half anhour when he entered. Every one held the accusing paper,but, as usual, no one liked to take upon himself theresponsibility of the attack. At length an honorable peer,Morcerf's acknowledged enemy, ascended the tribune with thatsolemnity which announced that the expected moment hadarrived. There was an impressive silence; Morcerf alone knewnot why such profound attention was given to an orator whowas not always listened to with so much complacency. Thecount did not notice the introduction, in which the speakerannounced that his communication would be of that vitalimportance that it demanded the undivided attention of theHouse; but at the mention of Yanina and Colonel Fernand, heturned so frightfully pale that every member shuddered andfixed his eyes upon him. Moral wounds have this peculiarity,-- they may be hidden, but they never close; always painful,always ready to bleed when touched, they remain fresh andopen in the heart.
2.  "Indeed, sir," said he to Albert, "if you are come toquarrel with this gentleman because I have preferred him toyou, I shall resign the case to the king's attorney."
3.  "It is true, nevertheless."
4.  "Oh, sire," replied the minister, "we have no occasion toinvent any; every day our desks are loaded with mostcircumstantial denunciations, coming from hosts of peoplewho hope for some return for services which they seek torender, but cannot; they trust to fortune, and rely uponsome unexpected event in some way to justify theirpredictions."
5.  "When I no longer require them, Bertuccio will sell them,and he expects to realize thirty or forty thousand francs bythe sale."
6.  He still felt the same self-satisfaction which he hadexperienced the previous evening, and which had procured himso good a night's rest. He was luxuriously stretched in agood English calash, with double springs; he was drawn byfour good horses, at full gallop; he knew the relay to be ata distance of seven leagues. What subject of meditationcould present itself to the banker, so fortunately becomebankrupt?


1.  "You keep the registers of entries and departures?"
2.  "I will not irritate him," thought Edmond, and taking thepaper, of which half was wanting, -- having been burnt, nodoubt, by some accident, -- he read: --
3.  Then d'Avrigny spoke. "And I, too," he exclaimed in a lowvoice, "I unite with M. Morrel in demanding justice forcrime; my blood boils at the idea of having encouraged amurderer by my cowardly concession."
4.  "`I will do it, captain; but perhaps I shall not be admittedto the grand marshal's presence as easily as you expect?'
5.  "And you want money; that is a matter of course, my dear M.Cavalcanti. Well, here are 8,000 francs on account."
6.  "Edmond Dantes, Count of Monte Cristo."


1.  "Caesar's `Commentaries,'" said the bandit, "it is myfavorite work."
2.  "Ah, indeed?" said Cavalcanti.
3.  "He must be a vampire."
4.  "If such be the case, my dear Valentine, you must yourselfhave felt, or at all events will soon feel, the effects ofhis presence. He meets Albert de Morcerf in Italy -- it isto rescue him from the hands of the banditti; he introduceshimself to Madame Danglars -- it is that he may give her aroyal present; your step-mother and her son pass before hisdoor -- it is that his Nubian may save them fromdestruction. This man evidently possesses the power ofinfluencing events, both as regards men and things. I neversaw more simple tastes united to greater magnificence. Hissmile is so sweet when he addresses me, that I forget itever can be bitter to others. Ah, Valentine, tell me, if heever looked on you with one of those sweet smiles? if so,depend on it, you will be happy."
5.   "Yes," said Noirtier.
6.  "The Marquis of Saint-Meran. Ah, I am sure he has not soldthe house for what he gave for it."


1.  "Go -- go at once."
2.  "And who knows it?" Noirtier looked at the door where theservant had gone out. "Barrois?" said she.
3.  "Now then," said the count, returning his tablets to hispocket, "make yourself perfectly easy; the hand of yourtime-piece will not be more accurate in marking the timethan myself."
4、  "What would your excellency like?" and Peppino placed hispan on the ground, so that the steam rose directly under thenostrils of Danglars. "Give your orders."
5、  "No!"




  • 杜小妞 08-03

      "Yes, yes," replied Dantes eagerly; "I would beg of you, whosee so completely to the depths of things, and to whom thegreatest mystery seems but an easy riddle, to explain to mehow it was that I underwent no second examination, was neverbrought to trial, and, above all, was condemned without everhaving had sentence passed on me?"

  • 陆久之 08-03

      "Did he mention my name?"

  • 许文强 08-03

       "Oh, my dear count, husbands are pretty much the sameeverywhere; an individual husband of any country is a prettyfair specimen of the whole race."

  • 罗世平 08-03

      Monte Cristo, in taking the seat Morcerf offered him, placedhimself in such a manner as to remain concealed in theshadow of the large velvet curtains, and read on thecareworn and livid features of the count a whole history ofsecret griefs written in each wrinkle time had plantedthere. "The countess," said Morcerf, "was at her toilet whenshe was informed of the visit she was about to receive. Shewill, however, be in the salon in ten minutes."

  • 段岳池 08-02

    {  "Ah, Danglars!" whispered Caderousse, "you have deceived me-- the trick you spoke of last night has been played; but Icannot suffer a poor old man or an innocent girl to die ofgrief through your fault. I am determined to tell them allabout it."

  • 程旭豹 08-01

      The first words that Albert uttered to his friend, on thefollowing morning, contained a request that Franz wouldaccompany him on a visit to the count; true, the young manhad warmly and energetically thanked the count on theprevious evening; but services such as he had rendered couldnever be too often acknowledged. Franz, who seemed attractedby some invisible influence towards the count, in whichterror was strangely mingled, felt an extreme reluctance topermit his friend to be exposed alone to the singularfascination that this mysterious personage seemed toexercise over him, and therefore made no objection toAlbert's request, but at once accompanied him to the desiredspot, and, after a short delay, the count joined them in thesalon. "My dear count," said Albert, advancing to meet him,"permit me to repeat the poor thanks I offered last night,and to assure you that the remembrance of all I owe to youwill never be effaced from my memory; believe me, as long asI live, I shall never cease to dwell with gratefulrecollection on the prompt and important service yourendered me; and also to remember that to you I am indebtedeven for my life."}

  • 廖甫 08-01

      "With all my heart," replied the marquise; "let the past beforever forgotten. I promise you it affords me as littlepleasure to revive it as it does you. All I ask is, thatVillefort will be firm and inflexible for the future in hispolitical principles. Remember, also, Villefort, that wehave pledged ourselves to his majesty for your fealty andstrict loyalty, and that at our recommendation the kingconsented to forget the past, as I do" (and here sheextended to him her hand) -- "as I now do at your entreaty.But bear in mind, that should there fall in your way any oneguilty of conspiring against the government, you will be somuch the more bound to visit the offence with rigorouspunishment, as it is known you belong to a suspectedfamily."

  • 陈运滨 08-01

      "Ah, it is No, then?"

  • 东雷乡 07-31

       The count smiled as if the child bade fair to realize hishopes, while Madame de Villefort reprimanded her son with agentleness and moderation very far from conveying the leastidea of a fault having been committed. "This lady," said theCount, speaking to Ali in the Arabic language, "is desirousthat her son should thank you for saving both their lives;but the boy refuses, saying you are too ugly." Ali turnedhis intelligent countenance towards the boy, on whom hegazed without any apparent emotion; but the spasmodicworking of the nostrils showed to the practiced eye of MonteCristo that the Arab had been wounded to the heart.

  • 王逋 07-29

    {  "Alicante, if you please; it is my favorite wine."

  • 王蔷 07-29

      "And do you believe you have discovered the hidden meaning?"