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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Read it."
2.  "Indeed," said the Italian, "was your excellency then awareof my visit?"
3.  "Sire, I thought his name was unknown to your majesty."
4.  "Morrel? Do they know him?" asked Chateau-Renaud. "I thinkhe has only been introduced to Madame de Villefort."
5.  "No, my dear fellow," returned the young man, seatinghimself on the divan; "reassure yourself; we are totteringalways, but we never fall, and I begin to believe that weshall pass into a state of immobility, and then the affairsof the Peninsula will completely consolidate us."
6.  "Madame," replied Danglars, "the horses were notsufficiently quiet for you; they were scarcely four yearsold, and they made me extremely uneasy on your account."

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1.  "Climb up," said he to Dantes. The young man obeyed, mountedon the table, and, divining the wishes of his companion,placed his back securely against the wall and held out bothhands. The stranger, whom as yet Dantes knew only by thenumber of his cell, sprang up with an agility by no means tobe expected in a person of his years, and, light and steadyon his feet as a cat or a lizard, climbed from the table tothe outstretched hands of Dantes, and from them to hisshoulders; then, bending double, for the ceiling of thedungeon prevented him from holding himself erect, he managedto slip his head between the upper bars of the window, so asto be able to command a perfect view from top to bottom.
2.  Giovanni obeyed. Franz took the lamp, and entered thesubterranean grotto, followed by Gaetano. He recognized theplace where he had awaked by the bed of heather that wasthere; but it was in vain that he carried his torch allround the exterior surface of the grotto. He saw nothing,unless that, by traces of smoke, others had before himattempted the same thing, and, like him, in vain. Yet he didnot leave a foot of this granite wall, as impenetrable asfuturity, without strict scrutiny; he did not see a fissurewithout introducing the blade of his hunting sword into it,or a projecting point on which he did not lean and press inthe hopes it would give way. All was vain; and he lost twohours in his attempts, which were at last utterly useless.At the end of this time he gave up his search, and Gaetanosmiled.
3.  "He laid a wager he would tame Medeah in the space of sixmonths. You understand now that if he were to get rid of theanimal before the time named, he would not only lose hisbet, but people would say he was afraid; and a brave captainof Spahis cannot risk this, even to gratify a pretty woman,which is, in my opinion, one of the most sacred obligationsin the world."
4.  "And for this very reason," said Danglars with a smile,which he tried to make sardonic, "I prefer M. AndreaCavalcanti to M. Albert de Morcerf."
5.  "Then he is not dead?"
6.  The sick man was not yet able to speak, but he pointed withevident anxiety towards the door. Dantes listened, andplainly distinguished the approaching steps of the jailer.It was therefore near seven o'clock; but Edmond's anxietyhad put all thoughts of time out of his head. The young mansprang to the entrance, darted through it, carefully drawingthe stone over the opening, and hurried to his cell. He hadscarcely done so before the door opened, and the jailer sawthe prisoner seated as usual on the side of his bed. Almostbefore the key had turned in the lock, and before thedeparting steps of the jailer had died away in the longcorridor he had to traverse, Dantes, whose restless anxietyconcerning his friend left him no desire to touch the foodbrought him, hurried back to the abbe's chamber, and raisingthe stone by pressing his head against it, was soon besidethe sick man's couch. Faria had now fully regained hisconsciousness, but he still lay helpless and exhausted.

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1.  "I have some that is very good. You will take a biscuit withit, will you not?"
2.  "`"Then you must die," replied the president calmly. M.d'Epinay became very pale; he looked round him a secondtime, several members of the club were whispering, andgetting their arms from under their cloaks. "General," saidthe president, "do not alarm yourself; you are among men ofhonor who will use every means to convince you beforeresorting to the last extremity, but as you have said, youare among conspirators, you are in possession of our secret,and you must restore it to us." A significant silencefollowed these words, and as the general did not reply, --"Close the doors," said the president to the door-keeper.
3.  "Ah, my dear count, you are far too indulgent."
4.  "I bought it for two hundred thousand francs, madame," saidMonte Cristo; "but that is a trifle, since it enables me tojustify myself to you."
5.   "I will tell you," replied the young girl, "for it is butright you should know. Well, on the day when yourappointment as an officer of the Legion of honor wasannounced in the papers, we were all sitting with mygrandfather, M. Noirtier; M. Danglars was there also -- yourecollect M. Danglars, do you not, Maximilian, the banker,whose horses ran away with my mother-in-law and littlebrother, and very nearly killed them? While the rest of thecompany were discussing the approaching marriage ofMademoiselle Danglars, I was reading the paper to mygrandfather; but when I came to the paragraph about you,although I had done nothing else but read it over to myselfall the morning (you know you had told me all about it theprevious evening), I felt so happy, and yet so nervous, atthe idea of speaking your name aloud, and before so manypeople, that I really think I should have passed it over,but for the fear that my doing so might create suspicions asto the cause of my silence; so I summoned up all my courage,and read it as firmly and as steadily as I could."
6.  "And if it were, Mercedes, poor and lone as you are, yousuit me as well as the daughter of the first shipowner orthe richest banker of Marseilles! What do such as we desirebut a good wife and careful housekeeper, and where can Ilook for these better than in you?"

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1.  "But you have discarded your titles after the example setyou by Messrs. de Montmorency and Lafayette? That was anoble example to follow, monsieur."
2.  "Come, come," said the young man, "a glass of wine, father,will revive you. Where do you keep your wine?"
3.  "I? What an idea! I, who am going to give you another pieceof good advice."
4、  "And is there no means of making him revoke his decision?"
5、  "And her name was" --

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  • 李英爱 08-04

      "Calm yourself, my friend," said the count, with the smilewhich he made at will either terrible or benevolent, andwhich now expressed only the kindliest feeling; "I am not aninspector, but a traveller, brought here by a curiosity hehalf repents of, since he causes you to lose your time."

  • 金蝶 08-04

      "We are listening."

  • 本·金斯利 08-04

       It has always been against the policy of despoticgovernments to suffer the victims of their persecutions toreappear. As the Inquisition rarely allowed its victims tobe seen with their limbs distorted and their flesh laceratedby torture, so madness is always concealed in its cell, fromwhence, should it depart, it is conveyed to some gloomyhospital, where the doctor has no thought for man or mind inthe mutilated being the jailer delivers to him. The verymadness of the Abbe Faria, gone mad in prison, condemned himto perpetual captivity.

  • 罗伊·克莱文 08-04

      "Signor Pastrini," returned Franz, "you are more susceptiblethan Cassandra, who was a prophetess, and yet no onebelieved her; while you, at least, are sure of the credenceof half your audience. Come, sit down, and tell us all aboutthis Signor Vampa."

  • 田岛 08-03

    {  "The death of your prince?"

  • 谭利华 08-02

      Dantes stood mute and motionless before this majesticspectacle, as if he now beheld it for the first time; andindeed since his captivity in the Chateau d'If he hadforgotten that such scenes were ever to be witnessed. Heturned towards the fortress, and looked at both sea andland. The gloomy building rose from the bosom of the oceanwith imposing majesty and seemed to dominate the scene. Itwas about five o'clock. The sea continued to get calmer.}

  • 许昔龙 08-02

      "Yes, yes; but let us go. I feel as though it would kill meto remain long near that dreadful man." So saying, Haideearose, and wrapping herself in her burnoose of whitecashmire embroidered with pearls and coral, she hastilyquitted the box at the moment when the curtain was risingupon the fourth act.

  • 康蒙 08-02

      "I want nothing now that I have you," said the old man.

  • 陈佳 08-01

       "Oh, heavens," exclaimed Valentine, wiping off the dropswhich ran down her forehead. Midnight struck slowly andsadly; every hour seemed to strike with leaden weight uponthe heart of the poor girl. "Valentine," said the count,"summon up all your courage; still the beatings of yourheart; do not let a sound escape you, and feign to beasleep; then you will see." Valentine seized the count'shand. "I think I hear a noise," she said; "leave me."

  • 伍兹霍尔 07-30

    {  "On the 5th of October, Morrel, I shall expect you at theIsland of Monte Cristo. On the 4th a yacht will wait for youin the port of Bastia, it will be called the Eurus. You willgive your name to the captain, who will bring you to me. Itis understood -- is it not?"

  • 李景卫 07-30

      Rage supplanted religious fervor. Dantes uttered blasphemiesthat made his jailer recoil with horror, dashed himselffuriously against the walls of his prison, wreaked his angerupon everything, and chiefly upon himself, so that the leastthing, -- a grain of sand, a straw, or a breath of air thatannoyed him, led to paroxysms of fury. Then the letter thatVillefort had showed to him recurred to his mind, and everyline gleamed forth in fiery letters on the wall like themene tekel upharsin of Belshazzar. He told himself that itwas the enmity of man, and not the vengeance of heaven, thathad thus plunged him into the deepest misery. He consignedhis unknown persecutors to the most horrible tortures hecould imagine, and found them all insufficient, becauseafter torture came death, and after death, if not repose, atleast the boon of unconsciousness.

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