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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I have been made a baron, so that I actually am one; hemade himself a count, so that he is not one at all."
2.  "When do you leave?"
3.  "Mademoiselle," said the stranger, "one day you will receivea letter signed `Sinbad the Sailor.' Do exactly what theletter bids you, however strange it may appear."
4.  "Yes," said the old man's look, with eagerness.
5.  "Then, in these trunks" --
6.  "Oh, mercy, M. d'Avrigny!"


1.  They found the door ajar. "Oh, ho," said the brigadier, whothoroughly understood the trick; "a bad sign to find thedoor open! I would rather find it triply bolted." And,indeed, the little note and pin upon the table confirmed, orrather corroborated, the sad truth. Andrea had fled. We saycorroborated, because the brigadier was too experienced tobe convinced by a single proof. He glanced around, looked inthe bed, shook the curtains, opened the closets, and finallystopped at the chimney. Andrea had taken the precaution toleave no traces of his feet in the ashes, but still it wasan outlet, and in this light was not to be passed overwithout serious investigation.
2.  "Was I a major?" timidly asked the old soldier.
3.  "No."
4.  "And you intend to make him do it in the presence of twowitnesses, do you?"
5.  "Which they deserve, do they not?"
6.  "But I explained to him the cause of my refusal," repliedDantes, "and I hope he fully understood it."


1.  "Yes, I own it."
2.  "Was it M. de Villefort?"
3.  "Oh. nothing! I only say they cost a load of money to hang,and what is the use of them, I should like to know?"
4.  "Yes, doctor," cried Villefort, clutching his hair, "yes!"
5.   "Twenty-three thousand francs," I said she.
6.  "What you say is perhaps true; they know my habits. Forinstance, you shall see; how do you wish to occupy yourselfduring tea-time?"


1.  However, the morning of the appointment, the young man hadestablished himself in the small salon down-stairs. There,on a table, surrounded at some distance by a large andluxurious divan, every species of tobacco known, -- from theyellow tobacco of Petersburg to the black of Sinai, and soon along the scale from Maryland and Porto-Rico, to Latakia,-- was exposed in pots of crackled earthenware of which theDutch are so fond; beside them, in boxes of fragrant wood,were ranged, according to their size and quality, pueros,regalias, havanas, and manillas; and, in an open cabinet, acollection of German pipes, of chibouques, with their ambermouth-pieces ornamented with coral, and of narghiles, withtheir long tubes of morocco, awaiting the caprice or thesympathy of the smokers. Albert had himself presided at thearrangement, or, rather, the symmetrical derangement, which,after coffee, the guests at a breakfast of modern days loveto contemplate through the vapor that escapes from theirmouths, and ascends in long and fanciful wreaths to theceiling. At a quarter to ten, a valet entered; he composed,with a little groom named John, and who only spoke English,all Albert's establishment, although the cook of the hotelwas always at his service, and on great occasions thecount's chasseur also. This valet, whose name was Germain,and who enjoyed the entire confidence of his young master,held in one hand a number of papers, and in the other apacket of letters, which he gave to Albert. Albert glancedcarelessly at the different missives, selected two writtenin a small and delicate hand, and enclosed in scentedenvelopes, opened them and perused their contents with someattention. "How did these letters come?" said he.
2.  "And what is your deduction from this compensation, sir?"inquired Monte Cristo.
3.  "What, do you think he is paying his addresses?"
4、  "I understand," he said, "you confess; but a confession madeto the judges, a confession made at the last moment,extorted when the crime cannot be denied, diminishes not thepunishment inflicted on the guilty!"
5、  "Well, here I am, proving at once that I am really neitherthe one nor the other, by entreating you to keep yourpromise on that score."




  • 库切林纳 08-07

      "Is your love returned?"

  • 吴琴清 08-07

      Meanwhile Monte Cristo had also returned to town withEmmanuel and Maximilian. Their return was cheerful. Emmanueldid not conceal his joy at the peaceful termination of theaffair, and was loud in his expressions of delight. Morrel,in a corner of the carriage, allowed his brother-in-law'sgayety to expend itself in words, while he felt equal inwardjoy, which, however, betrayed itself only in hiscountenance. At the Barriere du Trone they met Bertuccio,who was waiting there, motionless as a sentinel at his post.Monte Cristo put his head out of the window, exchanged a fewwords with him in a low tone, and the steward disappeared."Count," said Emmanuel, when they were at the end of thePlace Royale, "put me down at my door, that my wife may nothave a single moment of needless anxiety on my account oryours."

  • 哈姆雷特 08-07

       "Certainly; do you come from the end of the world?" saidMonte Cristo; "you, a journalist, the husband of renown? Itis the talk of all Paris."

  • 汪龙生 08-07

      No one who had seen the magistrate at this moment, sothoroughly unnerved by the recent inauspicious combinationof circumstances, would have supposed for an instant that hehad anticipated the annoyance; although it certainly neverhad occurred to him that his father would carry candor, orrather rudeness, so far as to relate such a history. And injustice to Villefort, it must be understood that M.Noirtier, who never cared for the opinion of his son on anysubject, had always omitted to explain the affair toVillefort, so that he had all his life entertained thebelief that General de Quesnel, or the Baron d'Epinay, as hewas alternately styled, according as the speaker wished toidentify him by his own family name, or by the title whichhad been conferred on him, fell the victim of assassination,and not that he was killed fairly in a duel. This harshletter, coming as it did from a man generally so polite andrespectful, struck a mortal blow at the pride of Villefort.Hardly had he read the letter, when his wife entered. Thesudden departure of Franz, after being summoned by M.Noirtier, had so much astonished every one, that theposition of Madame de Villefort, left alone with the notaryand the witnesses, became every moment more embarrassing.Determined to bear it no longer, she arose and left theroom; saying she would go and make some inquiries into thecause of his sudden disappearance.

  • 蓝碧霞 08-06

    {  "What was?"

  • 筱山纪信 08-05

      "Just so. Now, M. Danglars, ask these gentlemen where theyare caught."}

  • 傅瑞圈 08-05

      "Then you never believed in the principality?"

  • 陈家强 08-05

      "You were sent by some other person?"

  • 李林轩 08-04


  • 施特劳斯 08-02

    {  "Were you ever in the habit of writing in the evening whathad transpired in the morning? Do you keep a journal?"

  • 海明威 08-02

      "Say not a word about being late," replied the stranger inpurest Tuscan; "'tis I who am too soon. But even if you hadcaused me to wait a little while, I should have felt quitesure that the delay was not occasioned by any fault ofyours."