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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Beauchamp is a worthy fellow," said Monte Cristo, when thejournalist was gone; "is he not, Albert?"
2.  "Madame," replied Monte Cristo gravely, and gazing earnestlyon the two liquid pearls that trickled down Julie's cheeks,"had Lord Wilmore seen what I now see, he would becomeattached to life, for the tears you shed would reconcile himto mankind;" and he held out his hand to Julie, who gave himhers, carried away by the look and accent of the count."But," continued she, "Lord Wilmore had a family or friends,he must have known some one, can we not -- "
3.  "How much may it amount to?"
4.  "Alas," replied the weeping girl, "I am obliged to own thatmy mother-in-law's aversion to me arises from a very naturalsource -- her overweening love for her own child, my brotherEdward."
5.  "I?" said Caderousse, rising with all the offended dignityof a drunken man, "I can't keep on my legs? Why, I'll wagerI can go up into the belfry of the Accoules, and withoutstaggering, too!"
6.  "Oh, that coat is not his own idea; it is the Republic's,which deputed David* to devise a uniform for theAcademicians."


1.  Wild, almost unconscious, and with eyes inflamed, Albertstepped back, and Morrel closed the door. Monte Cristo tookup his glass again as if nothing had happened; his face waslike marble, and his heart was like bronze. Morrelwhispered, "What have you done to him?"
2.  "No," replied Haidee, "he did not dare to keep us, so wewere sold to some slave-merchants who were going toConstantinople. We traversed Greece, and arrived half deadat the imperial gates. They were surrounded by a crowd ofpeople, who opened a way for us to pass, when suddenly mymother, having looked closely at an object which wasattracting their attention, uttered a piercing cry and fellto the ground, pointing as she did so to a head which wasplaced over the gates, and beneath which were inscribedthese words:
3.  "The son of a rich shipbuilder in Malta."
4.  "I am going on a journey, dear child," said Monte Cristo,with an expression of infinite tenderness and melancholy;"and if any misfortune should happen to me"
5.  "Our companions will be riding-horses, dogs to hunt with,and a fishing-boat."
6.  "They may not be so very great."


1.  Chapter 79The Lemonade.
2.  "Oh, had he been my own son," replied Bertuccio, "or even mynephew, I would have brought him back to the right road, forthe knowledge that you are doing your duty gives youstrength, but the idea that I was striking a child whosefather I had killed, made it impossible for me to punishhim. I gave my sister, who constantly defended theunfortunate boy, good advice, and as she confessed that shehad several times missed money to a considerable amount, Ishowed her a safe place in which to conceal our littletreasure for the future. My mind was already made up.Benedetto could read, write, and cipher perfectly, for whenthe fit seized him, he learned more in a day than others ina week. My intention was to enter him as a clerk in someship, and without letting him know anything of my plan, toconvey him some morning on board; by this means his futuretreatment would depend upon his own conduct. I set off forFrance, after having fixed upon the plan. Our cargo was tobe landed in the Gulf of Lyons, and this was a difficultthing to do because it was then the year 1829. The mostperfect tranquillity was restored, and the vigilance of thecustom-house officers was redoubled, and their strictnesswas increased at this time, in consequence of the fair atBeaucaire.
3.  "You have ample proof to the contrary, if you lookopposite," said the baroness, as she laughingly pointed tothe beautiful Greek.
4.  "Pardieu!" cried Albert, "you are not a preacher, to remainstanding!"
5.   As he thus reflected, he felt the sensation we havedescribed, and which had hitherto been unknown to him, arisein his bosom, and fill him with vague apprehensions. It isthus that a wounded man trembles instinctively at theapproach of the finger to his wound until it be healed, butVillefort's was one of those that never close, or if theydo, only close to reopen more agonizing than ever. If atthis moment the sweet voice of Renee had sounded in his earspleading for mercy, or the fair Mercedes had entered andsaid, "In the name of God, I conjure you to restore me myaffianced husband," his cold and trembling hands would havesigned his release; but no voice broke the stillness of thechamber, and the door was opened only by Villefort's valet,who came to tell him that the travelling carriage was inreadiness.
6.  "Everything points to the conclusion, sire," said theminister of police, "that death was not the result ofsuicide, as we first believed, but of assassination. GeneralQuesnel, it appears, had just left a Bonapartist club whenhe disappeared. An unknown person had been with him thatmorning, and made an appointment with him in the RueSaint-Jacques; unfortunately, the general's valet, who wasdressing his hair at the moment when the stranger entered,heard the street mentioned, but did not catch the number."As the police minister related this to the king, Villefort,who looked as if his very life hung on the speaker's lips,turned alternately red and pale. The king looked towardshim.


1.  "But you'll die of hunger," said the patron.
2.  "Yes," said Valentine; "and I have but one scruple, -- thatof leaving my dear grandmother's remains, which I hadundertaken to watch."
3.  "`"General," said the chief of the assembly, "one man mayinsult fifty -- it is the privilege of weakness. But he doeswrong to use his privilege. Follow my advice, swear, and donot insult." The general, again daunted by the superiorityof the chief, hesitated a moment; then advancing to thepresident's desk, -- "What is the form, said he.
4、  "Most assuredly," replied he. "The Count of Monte Cristo isalways an early riser; and I can answer for his having beenup these two hours."
5、  "Well, I hope you will make a handsome wedding-present theday you marry Mademoiselle Danglars."




  • 芭芭拉·斯坦威克 08-02

      "Oh, that coat is not his own idea; it is the Republic's,which deputed David* to devise a uniform for theAcademicians."

  • 罗集乡 08-02

      "Sir," said Franz, "I have one request to make."

  • 闫雅琪 08-02

       "Count Andrea Cavalcanti," repeated the young man,accompanying his words with a bow.

  • 梅津美治郎 08-02

      "What? why, yourself, to be sure! You give away horses wortha thousand louis; you save the lives of ladies of high rankand beauty; under the name of Major Brack you runthoroughbreds ridden by tiny urchins not larger thanmarmots; then, when you have carried off the golden trophyof victory, instead of setting any value on it, you give itto the first handsome woman you think of!"

  • 耿标 08-01

    {  They ascended five or six more steps, and then Dantes feltthat they took him, one by the head and the other by theheels, and swung him to and fro. "One!" said thegrave-diggers, "two! three!" And at the same instant Dantesfelt himself flung into the air like a wounded bird,falling, falling, with a rapidity that made his bloodcurdle. Although drawn downwards by the heavy weight whichhastened his rapid descent, it seemed to him as if the falllasted for a century.

  • 贾贵 07-31

      "`I will do it, captain; but perhaps I shall not be admittedto the grand marshal's presence as easily as you expect?'}

  • 王德刚 07-31

      "Yes, a fowl." Peppino, turning around, shouted, "A fowl forhis excellency!" His voice yet echoed in the archway when ahandsome, graceful, and half-naked young man appeared,bearing a fowl in a silver dish on his head, without theassistance of his hands. "I could almost believe myself atthe Cafe de Paris," murmured Danglars.

  • 游建鸣 07-31

      "Let us hope, my child," cried the marquis, "that M. deVillefort may prove the moral and political physician ofthis province; if so, he will have achieved a noble work."

  • 卡拉格 07-30

       "What an appetite you used to have! Is it as good now?"

  • 尹斗俊 07-28

    {  "You see," said the young man, with an air of sorrowfulresignation, to Faria, "that God deems it right to take fromme any claim to merit for what you call my devotion to you.I have promised to remain forever with you, and now I couldnot break my promise if I would. The treasure will be nomore mine than yours, and neither of us will quit thisprison. But my real treasure is not that, my dear friend,which awaits me beneath the sombre rocks of Monte Cristo, itis your presence, our living together five or six hours aday, in spite of our jailers; it is the rays of intelligenceyou have elicited from my brain, the languages you haveimplanted in my memory, and which have taken root there withall their philological ramifications. These differentsciences that you have made so easy to me by the depth ofthe knowledge you possess of them, and the clearness of theprinciples to which you have reduced them -- this is mytreasure, my beloved friend, and with this you have made merich and happy. Believe me, and take comfort, this is betterfor me than tons of gold and cases of diamonds, even werethey not as problematical as the clouds we see in themorning floating over the sea, which we take for terrafirma, and which evaporate and vanish as we draw near tothem. To have you as long as possible near me, to hear youreloquent speech, -- which embellishes my mind, strengthensmy soul, and makes my whole frame capable of great andterrible things, if I should ever be free, -- so fills mywhole existence, that the despair to which I was just on thepoint of yielding when I knew you, has no longer any holdover me; and this -- this is my fortune -- not chimerical,but actual. I owe you my real good, my present happiness;and all the sovereigns of the earth, even Caesar Borgiahimself, could not deprive me of this."

  • 陈妍希 07-28

      "Yes," replied Albert, raising his voice.