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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You know the best harbors?"
2.  * Savate: an old shoe.
3.  "Are you quite alone?" inquired the guest, as Caderousseplaced before him the bottle of wine and a glass.
4.  "Yes, -- yesterday."
5.  "No; I have a cousin who has undertaken this sad office. Ishall work, doctor -- when I work I forget everything." And,indeed, no sooner had the doctor left the room, than he wasagain absorbed in study. On the doorsteps d'Avrigny met thecousin whom Villefort had mentioned, a personage asinsignificant in our story as in the world he occupied --one of those beings designed from their birth to makethemselves useful to others. He was punctual, dressed inblack, with crape around his hat, and presented himself athis cousin's with a face made up for the occasion, and whichhe could alter as might be required. At twelve o'clock themourning-coaches rolled into the paved court, and the Rue duFaubourg Saint-Honore was filled with a crowd of idlers,equally pleased to witness the festivities or the mourningof the rich, and who rush with the same avidity to a funeralprocession as to the marriage of a duchess.
6.  "Before he entered the merchant service, had he ever servedin the marines?"


1.  "Why do you address me so coldly -- so distantly?" asked theyoung Greek. "Have I by any means displeased you? Oh, if so,punish me as you will; but do not -- do not speak to me intones and manner so formal and constrained."
2.  "Because their deeds have brought them good fortune, whilehonest men have been reduced to misery."
3.  Chapter 57In the Lucerne Patch.
4.  "You are, doubtless, acquainted with a variety of languages,so as to have been able to read all these?"
5.  "Extraordinary, did you say?"
6.  "No -- everything is all right now."


1.  "But," asked Dantes, "how long shall I have to wait?"
2.  "You are a worthy daughter of Epirus, Haidee, and yourcharming and poetical ideas prove well your descent fromthat race of goddesses who claim your country as theirbirthplace. Depend on my care to see that your youth is notblighted, or suffered to pass away in ungenial solitude; andof this be well assured, that if you love me as a father, Ilove you as a child."
3.  "The greater the amount, the more flattering it is to you;it gives you an idea of your value."
4.  "Yes, and no."
5.   To his friends M. de Villefort was a powerful protector; tohis enemies, he was a silent, but bitter opponent; for thosewho were neither the one nor the other, he was a statue ofthe law-made man. He had a haughty bearing, a look eithersteady and impenetrable or insolently piercing andinquisitorial. Four successive revolutions had built andcemented the pedestal upon which his fortune was based. M.de Villefort had the reputation of being the least curiousand the least wearisome man in France. He gave a ball everyyear, at which he appeared for a quarter of an hour only, --that is to say, five and forty minutes less than the king isvisible at his balls. He was never seen at the theatres, atconcerts, or in any place of public resort. Occasionally,but seldom, he played at whist, and then care was taken toselect partners worthy of him -- sometimes they wereambassadors, sometimes archbishops, or sometimes a prince,or a president, or some dowager duchess. Such was the manwhose carriage had just now stopped before the Count ofMonte Cristo's door. The valet de chambre announced M. deVillefort at the moment when the count, leaning over a largetable, was tracing on a map the route from St. Petersburg toChina.
6.  "Who is there?" answered the voice of her he sought. Hethought that voice more feeble than usual.


1.  "Poor count! And is he aware of the danger he has been in?"
2.  "What as to the carriage?" exclaimed Albert. "Come, come,Signor Pastrini, no joking; we must have a carriage."
3.  "There," said he, "there is the work complete. I wrote theword finis at the end of the sixty-eighth strip about a weekago. I have torn up two of my shirts, and as manyhandkerchiefs as I was master of, to complete the preciouspages. Should I ever get out of prison and find in all Italya printer courageous enough to publish what I have composed,my literary reputation is forever secured."
4、  "And yet you will let me perish with hunger?"
5、  "Then we shall not meet in Paris?"




  • 刘岩 08-10

      "My father, too, is dead," said Morrel.

  • 罗天 08-10

      "Surely so trifling a circumstance cannot deserve a place inyour remembrance. Believe me, madame, I had entirelyforgotten it."

  • 孙大圣 08-10

       "No; I have come to speak to you of a very serious matter."

  • 钟红涛 08-10

      "When you pay me a visit in my cell, my young friend," saidhe, "I will show you an entire work, the fruits of thethoughts and reflections of my whole life; many of themmeditated over in the shades of the Coloseum at Rome, at thefoot of St. Mark's column at Venice, and on the borders ofthe Arno at Florence, little imagining at the time that theywould be arranged in order within the walls of the Chateaud'If. The work I speak of is called `A Treatise on thePossibility of a General Monarchy in Italy,' and will makeone large quarto volume."

  • 王邦怀 08-09

    {  "Alas," said Monte Cristo, "it is the infirmity of ournature always to believe ourselves much more unhappy thanthose who groan by our sides!"

  • 高瓦斯 08-08

      "My dear count," said Morcerf, "I beg of you not to applythat title so prematurely."}

  • 纪边强 08-08

      "Well," said Albert, with a sigh, "it seems you aredetermined to marry me."

  • 练一练 08-08

      The men he beheld saw him undoubtedly, for their cries werecarried to his ears by the wind. Above the splintered mast asail rent to tatters was waving; suddenly the ropes thatstill held it gave way, and it disappeared in the darknessof the night like a vast sea-bird. At the same moment aviolent crash was heard, and cries of distress. Dantes fromhis rocky perch saw the shattered vessel, and among thefragments the floating forms of the hapless sailors. Thenall was dark again.

  • 陈才铿 08-07

       Before him rose a grotesque mass of rocks, that resemblednothing so much as a vast fire petrified at the moment ofits most fervent combustion. It was the Island of Tiboulen.Dantes rose, advanced a few steps, and, with a ferventprayer of gratitude, stretched himself on the granite. whichseemed to him softer than down. Then, in spite of the windand rain, he fell into the deep, sweet sleep of utterexhaustion. At the expiration of an hour Edmond was awakenedby the roar of thunder. The tempest was let loose andbeating the atmosphere with its mighty wings; from time totime a flash of lightning stretched across the heavens likea fiery serpent, lighting up the clouds that rolled on invast chaotic waves.

  • 比达尔 08-05

    {  "What did your excellency say?" inquired the other.

  • 胡东鹏 08-05

      "No; you see plainly he is not dead. Instead of strikingbetween the sixth and seventh left ribs, as your countrymendo, you must have struck higher or lower, and life is verytenacious in these lawyers, or rather there is no truth inanything you have told me -- it was a fright of theimagination, a dream of your fancy. You went to sleep fullof thoughts of vengeance; they weighed heavily upon yourstomach; you had the nightmare -- that's all. Come, calmyourself, and reckon them up -- M. and Madame de Villefort,two; M. and Madame Danglars, four; M. de Chateau-Renaud, M.Debray, M. Morrel, seven; Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti,eight."