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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, when Dantes was arrested, Monsieur Morrel hastened toobtain the particulars, and they were very sad. The old manreturned alone to his home, folded up his wedding suit withtears in his eyes, and paced up and down his chamber thewhole day, and would not go to bed at all, for I wasunderneath him and heard him walking the whole night; andfor myself, I assure you I could not sleep either, for thegrief of the poor father gave me great uneasiness, and everystep he took went to my heart as really as if his foot hadpressed against my breast. The next day Mercedes came toimplore the protection of M. de Villefort; she did notobtain it, however, and went to visit the old man; when shesaw him so miserable and heart-broken, having passed asleepless night, and not touched food since the previousday, she wished him to go with her that she might take careof him; but the old man would not consent. `No,' was the oldman's reply, `I will not leave this house, for my poor dearboy loves me better than anything in the world; and if hegets out of prison he will come and see me the first thing,and what would he think if I did not wait here for him?' Iheard all this from the window, for I was anxious thatMercedes should persuade the old man to accompany her, forhis footsteps over my head night and day did not leave me amoment's repose."
2.  "High walls?"
3.  No sooner had Villefort left the salon, than he assumed thegrave air of a man who holds the balance of life and deathin his hands. Now, in spite of the mobility of hiscountenance, the command of which, like a finished actor, hehad carefully studied before the glass, it was by no meanseasy for him to assume an air of judicial severity. Exceptthe recollection of the line of politics his father hadadopted, and which might interfere, unless he acted with thegreatest prudence, with his own career, Gerard de Villefortwas as happy as a man could be. Already rich, he held a highofficial situation, though only twenty-seven. He was aboutto marry a young and charming woman, whom he loved, notpassionately, but reasonably, as became a deputy attorney ofthe king; and besides her personal attractions, which werevery great, Mademoiselle de Saint-Meran's family possessedconsiderable political influence, which they would, ofcourse, exert in his favor. The dowry of his wife amountedto fifty thousand crowns, and he had, besides, the prospectof seeing her fortune increased to half a million at herfather's death. These considerations naturally gaveVillefort a feeling of such complete felicity that his mindwas fairly dazzled in its contemplation.
4.  "Yes," replied Eugenie.
5.  "My friend," said Andrea, "I have been dining atSaint-Jean-au-Bois, and expected to catch the coach whichpasses by at midnight, but like a fool I have lost my way,and have been walking for the last four hours in the forest.Show me into one of those pretty little rooms which overlookthe court, and bring me a cold fowl and a bottle ofBordeaux." The waiter had no suspicions; Andrea spoke withperfect composure, he had a cigar in his mouth, and hishands in the pocket of his top coat; his clothes werefashionably made, his chin smooth, his boots irreproachable;he looked merely as if he had stayed out very late, that wasall. While the waiter was preparing his room, the hostessarose; Andrea assumed his most charming smile, and asked ifhe could have No. 3, which he had occupied on his last stayat Compiegne. Unfortunately, No. 3 was engaged by a youngman who was travelling with his sister. Andrea appeared indespair, but consoled himself when the hostess assured himthat No. 7, prepared for him, was situated precisely thesame as No. 3, and while warming his feet and chatting aboutthe last races at Chantilly, he waited until they announcedhis room to be ready.
6.  "Doubtless, unless he is at work, which is the same as if hewere out."


1.  "I believe I did."
2.  A week passed by. Dantes employed it in manoeuvring hisyacht round the island, studying it as a skilful horsemanwould the animal he destined for some important service,till at the end of that time he was perfectly conversantwith its good and bad qualities. The former Dantes proposedto augment, the latter to remedy.
3.  "Certainly I shall, Albert, as I have promised to do it."
4.  "To whom?"
5.  ...ngle in the second;
6.  "Of the `Arabian Nights'?"


1.  "Eh, it was that that did the business; after pitchingheavily for twelve hours we sprung a leak. `Penelon,' saidthe captain, `I think we are sinking, give me the helm, andgo down into the hold.' I gave him the helm, and descended;there was already three feet of water. `All hands to thepumps!' I shouted; but it was too late, and it seemed themore we pumped the more came in. `Ah,' said I, after fourhours' work, `since we are sinking, let us sink; we can diebut once.' `That's the example you set, Penelon,' cries thecaptain; `very well, wait a minute.' He went into his cabinand came back with a brace of pistols. `I will blow thebrains out of the first man who leaves the pump,' said he."
2.  "What is this?"
3.  "You are like Debray, and yet it seems to me that when theminister is out of spirits, the opposition ought to bejoyous."
4.  "Well, then, will you do as much for me in Paris as Franzdid for you in Rome?"
5.   "Yes, count," returned Julie, "we may indeed say he has, forhe has done for us what he grants only to his chosen; hesent us one of his angels." The count's cheeks becamescarlet, and he coughed, in order to have an excuse forputting his handkerchief to his mouth. "Those born towealth, and who have the means of gratifying every wish,"said Emmanuel, "know not what is the real happiness of life,just as those who have been tossed on the stormy waters ofthe ocean on a few frail planks can alone realize theblessings of fair weather."
6.  "Well, my boys," said the brigadier, "the brigand mustreally have escaped early this morning; but we will send tothe Villers-Coterets and Noyon roads, and search the forest,when we shall catch him, no doubt." The honorablefunctionary had scarcely expressed himself thus, in thatintonation which is peculiar to brigadiers of thegendarmerie, when a loud scream, accompanied by the violentringing of a bell, resounded through the court of the hotel."Ah, what is that?" cried the brigadier.


1.  "Well, what is it?" asked Louis XVIII. The minister ofpolice, giving way to an impulse of despair, was about tothrow himself at the feet of Louis XVIII., who retreated astep and frowned.
2.  "For my part, dear mother." interposed Renee, "I trust yourwishes will not prosper, and that Providence will onlypermit petty offenders, poor debtors, and miserable cheatsto fall into M. de Villefort's hands, -- then I shall becontented."
3.  "Do you wish him to read it?" said Valentine.
4、  "And is she gone?"
5、  "This is Tuesday -- well, to-morrow evening we leave, andthe day after we shall be at Treport. Really, count, youhave a delightful way of setting people at their ease."




  • 方欣 08-08

      "And M. de Villefort?" asked the abbe.

  • 何俊良 08-08

      "No, I do not understand; what do you mean?" stammered theunhappy woman, completely overwhelmed. "I mean that the wifeof the first magistrate in the capital shall not, by herinfamy, soil an unblemished name; that she shall not, withone blow, dishonor her husband and her child."

  • 朱丹 08-08

       "From Haidee."

  • 杨德龙 08-08

      "What man?" said Andrea carelessly, apparently forgettinghim whom he but too well recollected.

  • 金莺羹 08-07

    {  "And you say that you are ignorant of the contents of thisletter?"

  • 林立衡 08-06

      "But what does she tell you?"}

  • 孙竞雄 08-06

      At the expiration of a year the governor was transferred; hehad obtained charge of the fortress at Ham. He took with himseveral of his subordinates, and amongst them Dantes'jailer. A new governor arrived; it would have been tootedious to acquire the names of the prisoners; he learnedtheir numbers instead. This horrible place contained fiftycells; their inhabitants were designated by the numbers oftheir cell, and the unhappy young man was no longer calledEdmond Dantes -- he was now number 34.

  • 麦鲁 08-06

      The third act passed off as usual. Mesdemoiselles Noblet,Julie, and Leroux executed the customary pirouettes; Robertduly challenged the Prince of Granada; and the royal fatherof the princess Isabella, taking his daughter by the hand,swept round the stage with majestic strides, the better todisplay the rich folds of his velvet robe and mantle. Afterwhich the curtain again fell, and the spectators pouredforth from the theatre into the lobbies and salon. The countleft his box, and a moment later was saluting the BaronneDanglars, who could not restrain a cry of mingled pleasureand surprise. "You are welcome, count!" she exclaimed, as heentered. "I have been most anxious to see you, that I mightrepeat orally the thanks writing can so ill express."

  • 买买提·亚合甫 08-05

       "Left? -- M. Danglars left? Where has he gone?"

  • 何超云 08-03

    {  "Ah, that would be a great pity," said Villefort.

  • 韩大芸 08-03

      August rolled by in unceasing efforts on the part of Morrelto renew his credit or revive the old. On the 20th of Augustit was known at Marseilles that he had left town in themailcoach, and then it was said that the bills would go toprotest at the end of the month, and that Morrel had goneaway and left his chief clerk Emmanuel, and his cashierCocles, to meet the creditors. But, contrary to allexpectation, when the 31st of August came, the house openedas usual, and Cocles appeared behind the grating of thecounter, examined all bills presented with the usualscrutiny, and, from first to last, paid all with the usualprecision. There came in, moreover, two drafts which M.Morrel had fully anticipated, and which Cocles paid aspunctually as the bills which the shipowner had accepted.All this was incomprehensible, and then, with the tenacitypeculiar to prophets of bad news, the failure was put offuntil the end of September. On the 1st, Morrel returned; hewas awaited by his family with extreme anxiety, for fromthis journey to Paris they hoped great things. Morrel hadthought of Danglars, who was now immensely rich, and hadlain under great obligations to Morrel in former days, sinceto him it was owing that Danglars entered the service of theSpanish banker, with whom he had laid the foundations of hisvast wealth. It was said at this moment that Danglars wasworth from six to eight millions of francs, and hadunlimited credit. Danglars, then, without taking a crownfrom his pocket, could save Morrel; he had but to pass hisword for a loan, and Morrel was saved. Morrel had longthought of Danglars, but had kept away from some instinctivemotive, and had delayed as long as possible availing himselfof this last resource. And Morrel was right, for he returnedhome crushed by the humiliation of a refusal. Yet, on hisarrival, Morrel did not utter a complaint, or say one harshword. He embraced his weeping wife and daughter, pressedEmmanuel's hand with friendly warmth, and then going to hisprivate room on the second floor had sent for Cocles."Then," said the two women to Emmanuel, "we are indeedruined."