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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I am in possession of all my senses, sir," he said; "mybody alone suffers, as you may suppose. I acknowledge myselfguilty of all the young man has brought against me, and fromthis hour hold myself under the authority of the procureurwho will succeed me."
2.  "Dear Valentine, you are a perfect angel, and I am sure I donot know what I -- sabring right and left among the Bedouins-- can have done to merit your being revealed to me, unless,indeed, heaven took into consideration the fact that thevictims of my sword were infidels. But tell me what interestMadame de Villefort can have in your remaining unmarried?"
3.  Bertuccio wiped the perspiration from his brow, but obeyed;however, he continued to take the left hand. Monte Cristo,on the contrary, took the right hand; arrived near a clumpof trees, he stopped. The steward could not restrainhimself. "Move, monsieur -- move away, I entreat you; youare exactly in the spot!"
4.  "When shall you send your invitations?"
5.  "What do you fear?"
6.  Chapter 89A Nocturnal Interview.


1.  "The register of the birth of Andrea Cavalcanti -- of yourson; is not his name Andrea?"
2.  "I do."
3.  Ten leagues were passed and not a single word was uttered.
4.  "And I am still mourning her loss," exclaimed the major,drawing from his pocket a checked handkerchief, andalternately wiping first the left and then the right eye.
5.  "Perhaps the count saw us in Italy," said Valentine timidly.
6.  "Impostor," repeated Villefort; "certainly, madame, youappear to extenuate some cases, and exaggerate others.Impostor, indeed! -- M. Andrea Cavalcanti, or rather M.Benedetto, is nothing more nor less than an assassin!"


1.  Monte Cristo concealed himself behind a large tomb andawaited the arrival of Morrel, who by degrees approached thetomb now abandoned by spectators and workmen. Morrel threw aglance around, but before it reached the spot occupied byMonte Cristo the latter had advanced yet nearer, stillunperceived. The young man knelt down. The count, withoutstretched neck and glaring eyes, stood in an attitudeready to pounce upon Morrel upon the first occasion. Morrelbent his head till it touched the stone, then clutching thegrating with both hands, he murmured, -- "Oh, Valentine!"The count's heart was pierced by the utterance of these twowords; he stepped forward, and touching the young man'sshoulder, said, -- "I was looking for you, my friend." MonteCristo expected a burst of passion, but he was deceived, forMorrel turning round, said calmly, --
2.  "Here, sire?"
3.  "You know the environs of Paris, then?"
4.  "Above us all, sir," was Monte Cristo's response, in a toneand with an emphasis so deep that Villefort involuntarilyshuddered. "I have my pride for men -- serpents always readyto threaten every one who would pass without crushing themunder foot. But I lay aside that pride before God, who hastaken me from nothing to make me what I am."
5.   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?"
6.  "It is very evident what is the matter with her," saidMadame de Villefort; "M. de Monte Cristo is relatinghorrible stories to us, doubtless intending to frighten usto death."


1.  "The next day, at the usual hour, the two young peasantswere on the borders of the forest. Luigi arrived first. Hecame toward Teresa in high spirits, and seemed to havecompletely forgotten the events of the previous evening. Theyoung girl was very pensive, but seeing Luigi so cheerful,she on her part assumed a smiling air, which was natural toher when she was not excited or in a passion. Luigi took herarm beneath his own, and led her to the door of the grotto.Then he paused. The young girl, perceiving that there wassomething extraordinary, looked at him steadfastly.`Teresa,' said Luigi, `yesterday evening you told me youwould give all the world to have a costume similar to thatof the count's daughter.' -- `Yes,' replied Teresa withastonishment; `but I was mad to utter such a wish.' -- `AndI replied, "Very well, you shall have it."' -- `Yes,'replied the young girl, whose astonishment increased atevery word uttered by Luigi, `but of course your reply wasonly to please me.'
2.  Ali raised his hatchet. "Don't stir," whispered MonteCristo, "and put down your hatchet; we shall require noarms." Then he added some words in a low tone, for theexclamation which surprise had drawn from the count, faintas it had been, had startled the man who remained in thepose of the old knife-grinder. It was an order the count hadjust given, for immediately Ali went noiselessly, andreturned, bearing a black dress and a three-cornered hat.Meanwhile Monte Cristo had rapidly taken off his great-coat,waistcoat, and shirt, and one might distinguish by theglimmering through the open panel that he wore a plianttunic of steel mail, of which the last in France, wheredaggers are no longer dreaded, was worn by King Louis XVI.,who feared the dagger at his breast, and whose head wascleft with a hatchet. The tunic soon disappeared under along cassock, as did his hair under a priest's wig; thethree-cornered hat over this effectually transformed thecount into an abbe.
3.  "Galley-slaves having a nap after dinner! We may well pitythe poor fellows!" said the abbe.
4、  "Certainly," he said, "your receipt is money."
5、  "Oh, yes; but only as No. 34."




  • 付琼英 08-10

      "Franz introduced me to her at Rome," replied Albert.

  • 刘铭传 08-10

      "You have talked of me?"

  • 刘群文 08-10

       "Is all safe and sound, M. Morrel, take my word for it; andI advise you not to take 25,000 francs for the profits ofthe voyage."

  • 阳岱 08-10

      "Who is Madame?" asked Chateau-Renaud.

  • 蒙柯卓兰 08-09

    {  "That is true enough," returned Caderousse. "You say truly,the gift of poor Edmond was not meant for such traitors asFernand and Danglars; besides, what would it be to them? nomore than a drop of water in the ocean."

  • 刘诺一 08-08

      "I think it charming."}

  • 邹媛 08-08

      "Never mind, dearest mother," said a young and lovely girl,with a profusion of light brown hair, and eyes that seemedto float in liquid crystal, "'tis all my fault for seizingupon M. de Villefort, so as to prevent his listening to whatyou said. But there -- now take him -- he is your own for aslong as you like. M. Villefort, I beg to remind you mymother speaks to you."

  • 侯志奎 08-08

      "Franz assured me," replied Albert, "that she was sixty-sixyears old. But she has not died of old age, but of grief; itappears that since the death of the marquis, which affectedher very deeply, she has not completely recovered herreason."

  • 梁大均 08-07

       "He is in Paris just now."

  • 向向科 08-05

    {  "Yesterday I was at your house, sir," said the young man;"because then I knew not who you were." In pronouncing thesewords Albert had raised his voice so as to be heard by thosein the adjoining boxes and in the lobby. Thus the attentionof many was attracted by this altercation. "Where are youcome from, sir? You do not appear to be in the possession ofyour senses."

  • 雷政富 08-05

      "Yes, indeed she is," replied Cavalcanti, in a very modesttone.