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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes; it asks if I am ready."
2.  "You see," continued he, glancing toward the grate, wherefragments of burnt paper fluttered in the flames, "theletter is destroyed; you and I alone know of its existence;should you, therefore, be questioned, deny all knowledge ofit -- deny it boldly, and you are saved."
3.  "Without reflecting that this is the only moment in whichyou can study character," said the count; "on the steps ofthe scaffold death tears off the mask that has been wornthrough life, and the real visage is disclosed. It must beallowed that Andrea was not very handsome, the hideousscoundrel! Come, dress yourselves, gentlemen, dressyourselves." Franz felt it would be ridiculous not to followhis two companions' example. He assumed his costume, andfastened on the mask that scarcely equalled the pallor ofhis own face. Their toilet finished, they descended; thecarriage awaited them at the door, filled with sweetmeatsand bouquets. They fell into the line of carriages. It isdifficult to form an idea of the perfect change that hadtaken place. Instead of the spectacle of gloomy and silentdeath, the Piazza del Popolo presented a spectacle of gayand noisy mirth and revelry. A crowd of masks flowed in fromall sides, emerging from the doors, descending from thewindows. From every street and every corner drove carriagesfilled with clowns, harlequins, dominoes, mummers,pantomimists, Transteverins, knights, and peasants,screaming, fighting, gesticulating, throwing eggs filledwith flour, confetti, nosegays, attacking, with theirsarcasms and their missiles, friends and foes, companionsand strangers, indiscriminately, and no one took offence, ordid anything but laugh. Franz and Albert were like men who,to drive away a violent sorrow, have recourse to wine, andwho, as they drink and become intoxicated, feel a thick veildrawn between the past and the present. They saw, or rathercontinued to see, the image of what they had witnessed; butlittle by little the general vertigo seized them, and theyfelt themselves obliged to take part in the noise andconfusion. A handful of confetti that came from aneighboring carriage, and which, while it covered Morcerfand his two companions with dust, pricked his neck and thatportion of his face uncovered by his mask like a hundredpins, incited him to join in the general combat, in whichall the masks around him were engaged. He rose in his turn,and seizing handfuls of confetti and sweetmeats, with whichthe carriage was filled, cast them with all the force andskill he was master of.
4.  Dantes was alone in darkness and in silence -- cold as theshadows that he felt breathe on his burning forehead. Withthe first dawn of day the jailer returned, with orders toleave Dantes where he was. He found the prisoner in the sameposition, as if fixed there, his eyes swollen with weeping.He had passed the night standing, and without sleep. Thejailer advanced; Dantes appeared not to perceive him. Hetouched him on the shoulder. Edmond started.
5.  "I have, sir."
6.  "My deduction is," replied Villefort, "that my father, ledaway by his passions, has committed some fault unknown tohuman justice, but marked by the justice of God. That God,desirous in his mercy to punish but one person, has visitedthis justice on him alone." Monte Cristo with a smile on hislips, uttered in the depths of his soul a groan which wouldhave made Villefort fly had he but heard it. "Adieu, sir,"said the magistrate, who had risen from his seat; "I leaveyou, bearing a remembrance of you -- a remembrance ofesteem, which I hope will not be disagreeable to you whenyou know me better; for I am not a man to bore my friends,as you will learn. Besides, you have made an eternal friendof Madame de Villefort." The count bowed, and contentedhimself with seeing Villefort to the door of his cabinet,the procureur being escorted to his carriage by two footmen,who, on a signal from their master, followed him with everymark of attention. When he had gone, Monte Cristo breathed aprofound sigh, and said, -- "Enough of this poison, let menow seek the antidote." Then sounding his bell, he said toAli, who entered, "I am going to madam's chamber -- have thecarriage ready at one o'clock."


1.  "Do so, then, but let it be the last."
2.  "Indeed?"
3.  "That is true," answered the marquis.
4.  "My father and the Baron d'Epinay lived in the stormy timesof which I only saw the ending," said Villefort.
5.  Andrea seized the certificate of his father's marriage andhis own baptismal register, and after having opened themwith all the eagerness which might be expected under thecircumstances, he read them with a facility which provedthat he was accustomed to similar documents, and with anexpression which plainly denoted an unusual interest in thecontents. When he had perused the documents, an indefinableexpression of pleasure lighted up his countenance, andlooking at the major with a most peculiar smile, he said, invery excellent Tuscan, -- "Then there is no longer any suchthing, in Italy as being condemned to the galleys?" Themajor drew himself up to his full height.
6.  To Danglars Monte Cristo also wrote, requesting him toexcuse the whimsical gift of a capricious millionaire, andto beg the baroness to pardon the Eastern fashion adopted inthe return of the horses.


1.  Fernand closed his eyes, a burning sensation passed acrosshis brow, and he was compelled to support himself by thetable to prevent his falling from his chair; but in spite ofall his efforts, he could not refrain from uttering a deepgroan, which, however, was lost amid the noisy felicitationsof the company.
2.  "Shall we wait breakfast for you?" asked Emmanuel.
3.  "Help, help!" cried Mademoiselle d'Armilly, taking the bellfrom her companion's hand, and ringing it yet moreviolently. "Save me, I am pursued!" said Andrea, claspinghis hands. "For pity, for mercy's sake do not deliver meup!"
4.  "Me?" said the young girl, "he never even glances at me; onthe contrary, if I accidentally cross his path, he appearsrather to avoid me. Ah, he is not generous, neither does hepossess that supernatural penetration which you attribute tohim, for if he did, he would have perceived that I wasunhappy; and if he had been generous, seeing me sad andsolitary, he would have used his influence to my advantage,and since, as you say, he resembles the sun, he would havewarmed my heart with one of his life-giving rays. You say heloves you, Maximilian; how do you know that he does? Allwould pay deference to an officer like you, with a fiercemustache and a long sabre, but they think they may crush apoor weeping girl with impunity."
5.   "At what hour shall we come?" asked the young man.
6.  "Yes," replied the old man.


1.  "Poor fellow, poor fellow!" murmured Caderousse. "Well,there, sir, is another proof that good people are neverrewarded on this earth, and that none but the wickedprosper. Ah," continued Caderousse, speaking in the highlycolored language of the south, "the world grows worse andworse. Why does not God, if he really hates the wicked, ashe is said to do, send down brimstone and fire, and consumethem altogether?"
2.  "Yes!" said Dantes, and without relinquishing Mercedes handclasped in one of his own, he extended the other to theCatalan with a cordial air. But Fernand, instead ofresponding to this amiable gesture, remained mute andtrembling. Edmond then cast his eyes scrutinizingly at theagitated and embarrassed Mercedes, and then again on thegloomy and menacing Fernand. This look told him all, and hisanger waxed hot.
3.  "No," replied Dantes. "I know nothing. Some of your wordsare to me quite empty of meaning. You must be blessed indeedto possess the knowledge you have."
4、  "And how did this despatch reach you?" inquired the king.The minister bowed his head, and while a deep coloroverspread his cheeks, he stammered out, --
5、  "And where is the unfortunate being?" asked Renee.




  • 威廉·法伦 08-07

      "Me!" repeated Edmond, slightly changing color, "andwherefore, I pray?"

  • 王传峰 08-07

      "`The undersigned Louis Jacques Beaurepaire,lieutenant-colonel of artillery, Etienne Duchampy, generalof brigade, and Claude Lecharpal, keeper of woods andforests, Declare, that on the 4th of February, a letterarrived from the Island of Elba, recommending to thekindness and the confidence of the Bonapartist Club, GeneralFlavien de Quesnel, who having served the emperor from 1804to 1814 was supposed to be devoted to the interests of theNapoleon dynasty, notwithstanding the title of baron whichLouis XVIII. had just granted to him with his estate ofEpinay.

  • 陈士榘 08-07

       "And yet it has not prevented your sending for me to play mesome trick."

  • 齐同生 08-07

      "Yes, but, by my marriage, you have forwarded that."

  • 柳叶河 08-06

    {  "I saw then that we were descending a large staircase;around us were all my mother's servants carrying trunks,bags, ornaments, jewels, purses of gold, with which theywere hurrying away in the greatest distraction.

  • 张家文 08-05

      "Well," said Caderousse, "I should have said not -- howtreacherous wine is!"}

  • 卡拉 08-05

      "I suspect no one; death raps at your door -- it enters --it goes, not blindfolded, but circumspectly, from room toroom. Well, I follow its course, I track its passage; Iadopt the wisdom of the ancients, and feel my way, for myfriendship for your family and my respect for you are as atwofold bandage over my eyes; well" --

  • 罗斯柴尔德 08-05

      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.

  • 万宇柳 08-04

       "That makes no difference."

  • 张保健 08-02

    {  "Ah," said Caderousse, "No. 30."

  • 曹飞 08-02