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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes, of you."
2.  A deadly pallor followed the flush on the countenance ofCaderousse, who turned away, and the priest saw him wipingthe tears from his eyes with the corner of the redhandkerchief twisted round his head.
3.  "And Mademoiselle d'Armilly," said the banker; "do youconsider her no one?" Then, turning to Monte Cristo, hesaid, "Prince Cavalcanti is a charming young man, is he not?But is he really a prince?"
4.  "But, after all these arrangements, he does not comehimself," said Chateau-Renaud. "Albert is ten minutes aftertime."
5.  "Ah, yes" returned the count, "I know who he is, gentlemen;will you return to the salon? you will find good cigars onthe centre table. I will be with you directly." The youngmen rose and returned into the salon, while the count, againapologizing, left by another door. Albert, who was a greatsmoker, and who had considered it no small sacrifice to bedeprived of the cigars of the Cafe de Paris, approached thetable, and uttered a cry of joy at perceiving some veritablepuros.
6.  "Ah," murmured Caderousse, "what a strange priest you are;you drive the dying to despair, instead of consoling them."


1.  "I say so, M. Debray, because I have no friends now, and Iought not to have any. I thank you for having recognized me,sir." Debray stepped forward, and cordially pressed the handof his interlocutor. "Believe me, dear Albert," he said,with all the emotion he was capable of feeling, -- "believeme, I feel deeply for your misfortunes, and if in any way Ican serve you, I am yours."
2.  "Do not think I wish to turn you out, my dear Debray,"continued Danglars; "oh, no, not at all. An unexpectedoccurrence forces me to ask my wife to have a littleconversation with me; it is so rarely I make such a request,I am sure you cannot grudge it to me." Debray mutteredsomething, bowed and went out, knocking himself against theedge of the door, like Nathan in "Athalie."
3.  "Why, in truth, sir," was Monte Cristo's reply, "man is butan ugly caterpillar for him who studies him through a solarmicroscope; but you said, I think, that I had nothing elseto do. Now, really, let me ask, sir, have you? -- do youbelieve you have anything to do? or to speak in plain terms,do you really think that what you do deserves being calledanything?"
4.  It was then he rejoiced at his precaution in taking thetimber, for without it he would have been unable, perhaps,to reach the vessel -- certainly to return to shore, shouldhe be unsuccessful in attracting attention.
5.  "They were indispensable."
6.  "You are a fool, M. Baptistin. Thieves might strip the house-- it would annoy me less than to be disobeyed." Baptistinbowed.


1.  "He did not know," said the abbe.
2.  "`Ah,' said he. `I guess what brings you here.'
3.  "So, so," said he, in a hoarse and choking voice, toDanglars, "this, then, I suppose, is a part of the trick youwere concerting yesterday? All I can say is, that if it beso, 'tis an ill turn, and well deserves to bring double evilon those who have projected it."
4.  "By right of the objections you have raised, and theexplanations you have demanded, which certainly must havesome motive."
5.   "Not more than eight or ten feet."
6.  "Really, count," replied Franz, "one would think that youhad studied the different tortures of all the nations of theworld."


1.  "I think, on the contrary, that it is a charming night,"replied the countess, "and those who are here will complainof but one thing -- its too rapid flight."
2.  "I recognized you, some time since, as the insolent dandywho so gracefully mounted his horse in the Champs Elysees."
3.  "Valentine will have no greater pleasure than that offulfilling her grandmother's last injunctions; there will beno obstacle from that quarter, I assure you."
4、  "I prefer waiting here," said the messenger, with a smile.
5、  "No," replied Morrel.




  • 李波 08-04

      "My first sentiment was horror, the second indifference, thethird curiosity."

  • 小野洋子 08-04

      "In an hour it will be at the door."

  • 麦弗逊 08-04

       Dantes had tasted nothing, but he thought not of hunger atsuch a moment; he hastily swallowed a few drops of rum, andagain entered the cavern. The pickaxe that had seemed soheavy, was now like a feather in his grasp; he seized it,and attacked the wall. After several blows he perceived thatthe stones were not cemented, but had been merely placed oneupon the other, and covered with stucco; he inserted thepoint of his pickaxe, and using the handle as a lever, withjoy soon saw the stone turn as if on hinges, and fall at hisfeet. He had nothing more to do now, but with the iron toothof the pickaxe to draw the stones towards him one by one.The aperture was already sufficiently large for him toenter, but by waiting, he could still cling to hope, andretard the certainty of deception. At last, after renewedhesitation, Dantes entered the second grotto. The secondgrotto was lower and more gloomy than the first; the airthat could only enter by the newly formed opening had themephitic smell Dantes was surprised not to find in the outercavern. He waited in order to allow pure air to displace thefoul atmosphere, and then went on. At the left of theopening was a dark and deep angle. But to Dantes' eye therewas no darkness. He glanced around this second grotto; itwas, like the first, empty.

  • 王巍毅 08-04

      "I cannot speak Latin," responded the marquise.

  • 李小明 08-03

    {  "This one is, I think, a sterlet," said Chateau-Renaud.

  • 步坦 08-02

      "He is worn out," said Debray; "besides, he could not wellappear in public, since he has been the dupe of theCavalcanti, who, it appears, presented themselves to himwith false letters of credit, and cheated him out of 100,000francs upon the hypothesis of this principality."}

  • 杨晓颖 08-02

      "Really, sir," retorted the count, "have you attained theeminent situation in which you are, without having admitted,or even without having met with exceptions? and do you neveruse your eyes, which must have acquired so much finesse andcertainty, to divine, at a glance, the kind of man by whomyou are confronted? Should not a magistrate be not merelythe best administrator of the law, but the most craftyexpounder of the chicanery of his profession, a steel probeto search hearts, a touchstone to try the gold which in eachsoul is mingled with more or less of alloy?"

  • 田晓玲 08-02

      The banker thought the time had come for him to take theupper hand. So throwing himself back in his arm-chair, hesaid, with an arrogant and purse-proud air, -- "Let me begof you not to hesitate in naming your wishes; you will thenbe convinced that the resources of the house of Danglars,however limited, are still equal to meeting the largestdemands; and were you even to require a million" --

  • 张作珍 08-01

       "I left it when I was but five years old," replied Haidee.

  • 张松 07-30

    {  "Farther still, perhaps."

  • 左娟 07-30

      "Muster up all your courage, then, for never have yourequired it more." Albert passed his hand over his forehead,as if to try his strength, as a man who is preparing todefend his life proves his shield and bends his sword. Hethought himself strong enough, for he mistook fever forenergy. "Go on," said he.