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日期:2020-08-06 10:00:29

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It means that I have just returned from Yanina."
2.  "Yes."
3.  He set out, and on the Saturday evening reached the EternalCity by the mail-coach. An apartment, as we have said, hadbeen retained beforehand, and thus he had but to go toSignor Pastrini's hotel. But this was not so easy a matter,for the streets were thronged with people, and Rome wasalready a prey to that low and feverish murmur whichprecedes all great events; and at Rome there are four greatevents in every year, -- the Carnival, Holy Week, CorpusChristi, and the Feast of St. Peter. All the rest of theyear the city is in that state of dull apathy, between lifeand death, which renders it similar to a kind of stationbetween this world and the next -- a sublime spot, aresting-place full of poetry and character, and at whichFranz had already halted five or six times, and at each timefound it more marvellous and striking. At last he made hisway through the mob, which was continually increasing andgetting more and more turbulent, and reached the hotel. Onhis first inquiry he was told, with the impertinencepeculiar to hired hackney-coachmen and inn-keepers withtheir houses full, that there was no room for him at theHotel de Londres. Then he sent his card to Signor Pastrini,and asked for Albert de Morcerf. This plan succeeded; andSignor Pastrini himself ran to him, excusing himself forhaving made his excellency wait, scolding the waiters,taking the candlestick from the porter, who was ready topounce on the traveller and was about to lead him to Albert,when Morcerf himself appeared.
4.  "Which they deserve, do they not?"
5.  "Was not the winning horse entered by the name of Vampa?"
6.  Suddenly the sky seemed to him to become still darker andmore dense, and heavy clouds seemed to sweep down towardshim; at the same time he felt a sharp pain in his knee. Hefancied for a moment that he had been shot, and listened forthe report; but he heard nothing. Then he put out his hand,and encountered an obstacle and with another stroke knewthat he had gained the shore.


1.  "Well," said Franz, "this time, Albert, I am bound to giveyou credit for having hit upon a most capital idea."
2.  "The moment you leave me, Valentine, I am alone in theworld. My sister is happily married; her husband is only mybrother-in-law, that is, a man whom the ties of social lifealone attach to me; no one then longer needs my uselesslife. This is what I shall do; I will wait until the verymoment you are married, for I will not lose the shadow ofone of those unexpected chances which are sometimes reservedfor us, since M. Franz may, after all, die before that time,a thunderbolt may fall even on the altar as you approach it,-- nothing appears impossible to one condemned to die, andmiracles appear quite reasonable when his escape from deathis concerned. I will, then, wait until the last moment, andwhen my misery is certain, irremediable, hopeless, I willwrite a confidential letter to my brother-in-law, another tothe prefect of police, to acquaint them with my intention,and at the corner of some wood, on the brink of some abyss,on the bank of some river, I will put an end to myexistence, as certainly as I am the son of the most honestman who ever lived in France."
3.  "I will be there." -- At this moment Madame de Villefortapproached. "Thanks, my dear friend," said Madame Danglars,trying to smile; "it is over now, and I am much better."
4.  "And have you never tried to understand them?"
5.  "To whom?"
6.  "What is allowed, then?"


1.  Villefort retained his place, but his marriage was put offuntil a more favorable opportunity. If the emperor remainedon the throne, Gerard required a different alliance to aidhis career; if Louis XVIII. returned, the influence of M. deSaint-Meran, like his own, could be vastly increased, andthe marriage be still more suitable. The deputy-procureurwas, therefore, the first magistrate of Marseilles, when onemorning his door opened, and M. Morrel was announced.
2.  "Yes, it is very soon," said the doctor, looking at thecorpse before him; "but that ought not to astonish you;Monsieur and Madame de Saint-Meran died as soon. People dievery suddenly in your house, M. de Villefort."
3.  "To find such a wife as my father found." Monte Cristoturned pale, and looked at Albert, while playing with somemagnificent pistols.
4.  "Have you business there?"
5.   "Oh, pardon me, sir; let me live!"
6.  "How is that?"


1.  "Your excellency may depend upon me." The Count made agesture of satisfaction, descended the terrace steps, andsprang into his carriage, which was whirled along swiftly tothe banker's house. Danglars was engaged at that moment,presiding over a railroad committee. But the meeting wasnearly concluded when the name of his visitor was announced.As the count's title sounded on his ear he rose, andaddressing his colleagues, who were members of one or theother Chamber, he said, -- "Gentlemen, pardon me for leavingyou so abruptly; but a most ridiculous circumstance hasoccurred, which is this, -- Thomson & French, the Romanbankers, have sent to me a certain person calling himselfthe Count of Monte Cristo, and have given him an unlimitedcredit with me. I confess this is the drollest thing I haveever met with in the course of my extensive foreigntransactions, and you may readily suppose it has greatlyroused my curiosity. I took the trouble this morning to callon the pretended count -- if he were a real count hewouldn't be so rich. But, would you believe it, `He was notreceiving.' So the master of Monte Cristo gives himself airsbefitting a great millionaire or a capricious beauty. I madeinquiries, and found that the house in the Champs Elysees ishis own property, and certainly it was very decently keptup. But," pursued Danglars with one of his sinister smiles,"an order for unlimited credit calls for something likecaution on the part of the banker to whom that order isgiven. I am very anxious to see this man. I suspect a hoaxis intended, but the instigators of it little knew whom theyhad to deal with. `They laugh best who laugh last!'"
2.  "Bank-notes!"
3.  "Admirable, sire; but my messenger is like the stag yourefer to, for he has posted two hundred and twenty leaguesin scarcely three days."
4、  "No."
5、  "No, he still persists in looking upon you as the mostincomprehensible and mysterious of beings."




  • 泽维尔 08-05

      "Calumnies, did you say, sir?" cried Morcerf, turning lividwith rage. "Does any one dare to slander me?"

  • 郭翠朵 08-05

      "And what did you do when you arrived at this conclusion?"

  • 杨贺鹏 08-05

       "I do."

  • 吴寿沐 08-05

      "Simply an acquaintance, sir."

  • 俞秀松 08-04

    {  "To tell the truth, count, if I knew less of you, I shouldthink that you were less brave than you are."

  • 张军勇 08-03

      "They lost her?"}

  • 朱银玲 08-03

      "So can I," said the Englishman, and he laughed too; but helaughed as the English do, "at the end of his teeth."

  • 朴元坤 08-03

      "That two executions of considerable interest will takeplace the day after to-morrow at two o'clock, as iscustomary at Rome at the commencement of all greatfestivals. One of the culprits will be mazzolato;* he is anatrocious villain, who murdered the priest who brought himup, and deserves not the smallest pity. The other suffereris sentenced to be decapitato;** and he, your excellency, ispoor Peppino."

  • 侯艳艳 08-02

       "Capital -- nothing!" replied Mercedes with a mournfulsmile.

  • 张紫婷 07-31

    {  He saw but one means of restoring lucidity and clearness tohis judgment. He turned his eyes towards the soup which thejailer had brought, rose, staggered towards it, raised thevessel to his lips, and drank off the contents with afeeling of indescribable pleasure. He had often heard thatshipwrecked persons had died through having eagerly devouredtoo much food. Edmond replaced on the table the bread he wasabout to devour, and returned to his couch -- he did notwish to die. He soon felt that his ideas became againcollected -- he could think, and strengthen his thoughts byreasoning. Then he said to himself, "I must put this to thetest, but without compromising anybody. If it is a workman,I need but knock against the wall, and he will cease towork, in order to find out who is knocking, and why he doesso; but as his occupation is sanctioned by the governor, hewill soon resume it. If, on the contrary, it is a prisoner,the noise I make will alarm him, he will cease, and notbegin again until he thinks every one is asleep."

  • 阿尔梅里 07-31

      "Are you, then, a coward?" cried Villefort, in acontemptuous voice. "But I have always observed thatpoisoners were cowards. Can you be a coward, -- you who havehad the courage to witness the death of two old men and ayoung girl murdered by you?"