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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "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?"
2.  "You cannot, at least, deny that you are very harsh judgesof each other."
3.  "Mercedes is at this moment one of the greatest ladies inParis," replied Caderousse.
4.  Then he drew from his waistcoat-pocket the little emeraldbox, raised the golden lid, and took from it a pastilleabout the size of a pea, which he placed in her hand. Shetook it, and looked attentively on the count; there was anexpression on the face of her intrepid protector whichcommanded her veneration. She evidently interrogated him byher look. "Yes," said he. Valentine carried the pastille toher mouth, and swallowed it. "And now, my dear child, adieufor the present. I will try and gain a little sleep, for youare saved."
5.  "But how came that first note to be inserted in yourjournal? Some unknown enemy -- an invisible foe -- has donethis."
6.  "Of course."


1.  "Perhaps I am; but one thing I have resolved on, and thatis, to stop at nothing to restore a poor devil to liberty,who has got into this scrape solely from having served me. Ishould hate and despise myself as a coward did I desert thebrave fellow in his present extremity."
2.  We remember that the Abbe Busoni remained alone withNoirtier in the chamber of death, and that the old man andthe priest were the sole guardians of the young girl's body.Perhaps it was the Christian exhortations of the abbe,perhaps his kind charity, perhaps his persuasive words,which had restored the courage of Noirtier, for ever sincehe had conversed with the priest his violent despair hadyielded to a calm resignation which surprised all who knewhis excessive affection for Valentine. M. de Villefort hadnot seen his father since the morning of the death. Thewhole establishment had been changed; another valet wasengaged for himself, a new servant for Noirtier, two womenhad entered Madame de Villefort's service, -- in fact,everywhere, to the concierge and coachmen, new faces werepresented to the different masters of the house, thuswidening the division which had always existed between themembers of the same family.
3.  "On Saturday."
4.  "But you were speaking of Haitians?" said Monte Cristo.
5.  "Well, then, we will go into Paris. But how will you passthrough the barrier without exciting suspicion? It seems tome that you are in more danger riding than on foot."
6.  "Well," said Andrea, "let it be as you wish. This evening,then, at nine o'clock."


1.  "And how much did they possess?"
2.  "And has he found consolation?"
3.  "What more is to be done?"
4.  "Well," replied La Carconte, "do as you like. For my part, Iwash my hands of the affair." So saying, she once moreclimbed the staircase leading to her chamber, her bodyconvulsed with chills, and her teeth rattling in her head,in spite of the intense heat of the weather. Arrived at thetop stair, she turned round, and called out, in a warningtone, to her husband, "Gaspard, consider well what you areabout to do!"
5.   The inn-keeper himself was a man of from forty to fifty-fiveyears of age, tall, strong, and bony, a perfect specimen ofthe natives of those southern latitudes; he had dark,sparkling, and deep-set eyes, hooked nose, and teeth whiteas those of a carnivorous animal; his hair, like his beard,which he wore under his chin, was thick and curly, and inspite of his age but slightly interspersed with a fewsilvery threads. His naturally dark complexion had assumed astill further shade of brown from the habit the unfortunateman had acquired of stationing himself from morning till eveat the threshold of his door, on the lookout for guests whoseldom came, yet there he stood, day after day, exposed tothe meridional rays of a burning sun, with no otherprotection for his head than a red handkerchief twistedaround it, after the manner of the Spanish muleteers. Thisman was our old acquaintance, Gaspard Caderousse. His wife,on the contrary, whose maiden name had been MadeleineRadelle, was pale, meagre, and sickly-looking. Born in theneighborhood of Arles, she had shared in the beauty forwhich its women are proverbial; but that beauty hadgradually withered beneath the devastating influence of theslow fever so prevalent among dwellers by the ponds ofAiguemortes and the marshes of Camargue. She remained nearlyalways in her second-floor chamber, shivering in her chair,or stretched languid and feeble on her bed, while herhusband kept his daily watch at the door -- a duty heperformed with so much the greater willingness, as it savedhim the necessity of listening to the endless plaints andmurmurs of his helpmate, who never saw him without breakingout into bitter invectives against fate; to all of which herhusband would calmly return an unvarying reply, in thesephilosophic words: --
6.  "Permit me," said the notary, turning first to Villefort andthen to Valentine -- "permit me to state that the case inquestion is just one of those in which a public officer likemyself cannot proceed to act without thereby incurring adangerous responsibility. The first thing necessary torender an act valid is, that the notary should be thoroughlyconvinced that he has faithfully interpreted the will andwishes of the person dictating the act. Now I cannot be sureof the approbation or disapprobation of a client who cannotspeak, and as the object of his desire or his repugnancecannot be clearly proved to me, on account of his want ofspeech, my services here would be quite useless, and cannotbe legally exercised." The notary then prepared to retire.An imperceptible smile of triumph was expressed on the lipsof the procureur. Noirtier looked at Valentine with anexpression so full of grief, that she arrested the departureof the notary. "Sir," said she, "the language which I speakwith my grandfather may be easily learnt, and I can teachyou in a few minutes, to understand it almost as well as Ican myself. Will you tell me what you require, in order toset your conscience quite at ease on the subject?"


1.  They advanced fifty paces farther, and then stopped to opena door, then went forward again. The noise of the wavesdashing against the rocks on which the chateau is built,reached Dantes' ear distinctly as they went forward.
2.  "Pardieu, every one exists."
3.  "He is a Quaker then?"
4、  "How so?"
5、  Dantes dug away the earth carefully, and detected, orfancied he detected, the ingenious artifice. He attackedthis wall, cemented by the hand of time, with his pickaxe.After ten minutes' labor the wall gave way, and a hole largeenough to insert the arm was opened. Dantes went and cut thestrongest olive-tree he could find, stripped off itsbranches, inserted it in the hole, and used it as a lever.But the rock was too heavy, and too firmly wedged, to bemoved by any one man, were he Hercules himself. Dantes sawthat he must attack the wedge. But how? He cast his eyesaround, and saw the horn full of powder which his friendJacopo had left him. He smiled; the infernal invention wouldserve him for this purpose. With the aid of his pickaxe,Dantes, after the manner of a labor-saving pioneer, dug amine between the upper rock and the one that supported it,filled it with powder, then made a match by rolling hishandkerchief in saltpetre. He lighted it and retired. Theexplosion soon followed; the upper rock was lifted from itsbase by the terrific force of the powder; the lower one flewinto pieces; thousands of insects escaped from the apertureDantes had previously formed, and a huge snake, like theguardian demon of the treasure, rolled himself along indarkening coils, and disappeared.




  • 王肇辉 08-03

      "I have also sent for the procureur."

  • 刘为洲 08-03

      "You mean, then, that if I leave you, Haidee" --

  • 张锦坤 08-03

       "What is it?" asked Villefort, rushing from his room."Doctor, do you hear them call for help?"

  • 秦公 08-03

      Albert had often heard -- not from his father, for he neverspoke on the subject, but from strangers -- the descriptionof the last moments of the vizier of Yanina; he had readdifferent accounts of his death, but the story seemed toacquire fresh meaning from the voice and expression of theyoung girl, and her sympathetic accent and the melancholyexpression of her countenance at once charmed and horrifiedhim. As to Haidee, these terrible reminiscences seemed tohave overpowered her for a moment, for she ceased speaking,her head leaning on her hand like a beautiful flower bowingbeneath the violence of the storm; and her eyes gazing onvacancy indicated that she was mentally contemplating thegreen summit of the Pindus and the blue waters of the lakeof Yanina, which, like a magic mirror, seemed to reflect thesombre picture which she sketched. Monte Cristo looked ather with an indescribable expression of interest and pity.

  • 钟斌 08-02

    {  "There is no Count of Monte Cristo" said Debray.

  • 李龙涛 08-01

      "To reflect?" said Morcerf, more and more astonished; "haveyou not had enough time for reflection during the eightyears which have elapsed since this marriage was firstdiscussed between us?"}

  • 蒂亚戈 08-01

      "Well, I rely upon your promise. Good-by, then."

  • 道格·克里斯 08-01

      "To tell you all I know," was the reply.

  • 伍坦拉奥 07-31


  • 莫拉塔 07-29

    {  "Such words as those belong to your profession," answeredCaderousse, "and you do well to repeat them; but," added he,with a bitter expression of countenance, "one is free tobelieve them or not, as one pleases."

  • 戴学锋 07-29

      "Assuredly," said d'Avrigny.