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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "The wise man, my child, has said, `It is good to think ofdeath.'"
2.  "Valentine, Valentine!" he mentally ejaculated; but his lipsuttered no sound, and as though all his strength werecentred in that internal emotion, he sighed and closed hiseyes. Valentine rushed towards him; his lips again moved.
3.  "By your misfortune?"
4.  "And makes you resemble the Prince of Wales or the Duke ofReichstadt."
5.  "Ah, how good you are to say so, Valentine! You possess aquality which can never belong to Mademoiselle Danglars. Itis that indefinable charm which is to a woman what perfumeis to the flower and flavor to the fruit, for the beauty ofeither is not the only quality we seek."
6.  "Ah, yes; what could I say?"


1.  The sharp gaze of Caderousse was instantly directed towardsthe priest's garments, as though hoping to discover thelocation of the treasure. Calmly drawing forth from hispocket a small box covered with black shagreen, the abbeopened it, and displayed to the dazzled eyes of Caderoussethe sparkling jewel it contained, set in a ring of admirableworkmanship. "And that diamond," cried Caderousse, almostbreathless with eager admiration, "you say, is worth fiftythousand francs?"
2.  "But the ink," said Dantes; "of what did you make your ink?"
3.  "The Marquis of Saint-Meran!" returned the count. "The nameis not unknown to me; the Marquis of Saint-Meran!" and heappeared to meditate.
4.  Noirtier's look was furious; it was very evident thatsomething desperate was passing in the old man's mind, for acry of anger and grief rose in his throat, and not beingable to find vent in utterance, appeared almost to chokehim, for his face and lips turned quite purple with thestruggle. Villefort quietly opened a window, saying, "It isvery warm, and the heat affects M. Noirtier." He thenreturned to his place, but did not sit down. "Thismarriage," added Madame de Villefort, "is quite agreeable tothe wishes of M. d'Epinay and his family; besides, he had norelations nearer than an uncle and aunt, his mother havingdied at his birth, and his father having been assassinatedin 1815, that is to say, when he was but two years old; itnaturally followed that the child was permitted to choosehis own pursuits, and he has, therefore, seldom acknowledgedany other authority but that of his own will."
5.  "I feel so much pity towards you, Maximilian, that -- listento me attentively -- if I do not cure you in a month, to theday, to the very hour, mark my words, Morrel, I will placeloaded pistols before you, and a cup of the deadliestItalian poison -- a poison more sure and prompt than thatwhich has killed Valentine."
6.  "I will do so. If Beauchamp be disposed to retract, youought at least to give him the opportunity of doing it ofhis own free will, -- the satisfaction to you will be thesame. If, on the contrary, he refuses to do so, it will thenbe quite time enough to admit two strangers into yoursecret."


1.  Louis XVIII. remounted the throne; Villefort, to whomMarseilles had become filled with remorseful memories,sought and obtained the situation of king's procureur atToulouse, and a fortnight afterwards he married Mademoisellede Saint-Meran, whose father now stood higher at court thanever.
2.  Thus, if not actually happy, yet the days these twounfortunates passed together went quickly. Faria, who for solong a time had kept silence as to the treasure, nowperpetually talked of it. As he had prophesied would be thecase, he remained paralyzed in the right arm and the leftleg, and had given up all hope of ever enjoying it himself.But he was continually thinking over some means of escapefor his young companion, and anticipating the pleasure hewould enjoy. For fear the letter might be some day lost orstolen, he compelled Dantes to learn it by heart; and Dantesknew it from the first to the last word. Then he destroyedthe second portion, assured that if the first were seized,no one would be able to discover its real meaning. Wholehours sometimes passed while Faria was giving instructionsto Dantes, -- instructions which were to serve him when hewas at liberty. Then, once free, from the day and hour andmoment when he was so, he could have but one only thought,which was, to gain Monte Cristo by some means, and remainthere alone under some pretext which would arouse nosuspicions; and once there, to endeavor to find thewonderful caverns, and search in the appointed spot, -- theappointed spot, be it remembered, being the farthest anglein the second opening.
3.  Dantes dug away the earth carefully, and detected, orfancied he detected, the ingenious artifice. He attackedthis wall, cemented by the hand of time, with his pickaxe.After ten minutes' labor the wall gave way, and a hole largeenough to insert the arm was opened. Dantes went and cut thestrongest olive-tree he could find, stripped off itsbranches, inserted it in the hole, and used it as a lever.But the rock was too heavy, and too firmly wedged, to bemoved by any one man, were he Hercules himself. Dantes sawthat he must attack the wedge. But how? He cast his eyesaround, and saw the horn full of powder which his friendJacopo had left him. He smiled; the infernal invention wouldserve him for this purpose. With the aid of his pickaxe,Dantes, after the manner of a labor-saving pioneer, dug amine between the upper rock and the one that supported it,filled it with powder, then made a match by rolling hishandkerchief in saltpetre. He lighted it and retired. Theexplosion soon followed; the upper rock was lifted from itsbase by the terrific force of the powder; the lower one flewinto pieces; thousands of insects escaped from the apertureDantes had previously formed, and a huge snake, like theguardian demon of the treasure, rolled himself along indarkening coils, and disappeared.
4.  Valentine trembled, and looked at him with amazement. Theidea of resisting her father, her grandmother, and all thefamily, had never occurred to her. "What do you say,Maximilian?" asked Valentine. "What do you mean by astruggle? Oh, it would be a sacrilege. What? I resist myfather's order, and my dying grandmother's wish?Impossible!" Morrel started. "You are too noble not tounderstand me, and you understand me so well that youalready yield, dear Maximilian. No, no; I shall need all mystrength to struggle with myself and support my grief insecret, as you say. But to grieve my father -- to disturb mygrandmother's last moments -- never!"
5.   "So that," said Monte Cristo, "you have lost nearly1,700,000 francs this month."
6.  "I say that Valentine is dead!" replied d'Avrigny, in avoice terrible in its solemn calm.


1.  "He has simply a mahogany secretary, in which the key isalways kept."
2.  "The chemist who came here with me."
3.  "Shall I tell you plainly one thing, sir? I dread almost asmuch to receive any tidings of my vessel as to remain indoubt. uncertainty is still hope." Then in a low voiceMorrel added, -- "This delay is not natural. The Pharaonleft Calcutta the 5th February; she ought to have been herea month ago."
4、  "And is her name a secret?"
5、  "Has any one besides me seen Madame de Saint-Meran?"




  • 葛闯关 08-03

      "And has the unfortunate man wife or children?" inquired theabbe.

  • 曹社会 08-03

      "Ma foi, he has an open look about him that pleases me, inspite of the singular remark he has made about me."

  • 帅鹏坤 08-03

       "Oh, do not fear; besides, you will accompany me. Beauchamp,solemn transactions should be sanctioned by a witness.Before this day closes, if M. Danglars is guilty, he shallcease to live, or I shall die. Pardieu, Beauchamp, mineshall be a splendid funeral!"

  • 马阿鲁 08-03

      "Let us first send for two soldiers," said the governor."The prisoners sometimes, through mere uneasiness of life,and in order to be sentenced to death, commit acts ofuseless violence, and you might fall a victim."

  • 袁攀 08-02

    {  "Yes, especially if you will show me the poor abbe's room."

  • 黄怡 08-01

      "I am all attention," said the abbe.}

  • 安·E·邓伍迪 08-01

      Dantes passed through all the stages of torture natural toprisoners in suspense. He was sustained at first by thatpride of conscious innocence which is the sequence to hope;then he began to doubt his own innocence, which justified insome measure the governor's belief in his mental alienation;and then, relaxing his sentiment of pride, he addressed hissupplications, not to God, but to man. God is always thelast resource. Unfortunates, who ought to begin with God, donot have any hope in him till they have exhausted all othermeans of deliverance.

  • 梁柱桥 08-01

      Valentine seized the count's hand, and in her irresistibleimpulse of joy carried it to her lips.

  • 李水源 07-31

       "Is my wife's fortune five hundred thousand livres?"

  • 王婕妤 07-29

    {  "Oh, they are simple enough," replied the host. "It seemsthe fellow had been caught wandering nearer to the harem ofthe Bey of Tunis than etiquette permits to one of his color,and he was condemned by the bey to have his tongue cut out,and his hand and head cut off; the tongue the first day, thehand the second, and the head the third. I always had adesire to have a mute in my service, so learning the day histongue was cut out, I went to the bey, and proposed to givehim for Ali a splendid double-barreled gun which I knew hewas very desirous of having. He hesitated a moment, he wasso very desirous to complete the poor devil's punishment.But when I added to the gun an English cutlass with which Ihad shivered his highness's yataghan to pieces, the beyyielded, and agreed to forgive the hand and head, but oncondition that the poor fellow never again set foot inTunis. This was a useless clause in the bargain, forwhenever the coward sees the first glimpse of the shores ofAfrica, he runs down below, and can only be induced toappear again when we are out of sight of that quarter of theglobe."

  • 夏普顿 07-29

      The count signified his intention of dining alone, and thatno one but Ali should attend him. Having dined with hisusual tranquillity and moderation, the count, making asignal to Ali to follow him, went out by the side-gate andon reaching the Bois de Boulogne turned, apparently withoutdesign towards Paris and at twilight; found himself oppositehis house in the Champs-Elysees. All was dark; one solitary,feeble light was burning in the porter's lodge, about fortypaces distant from the house, as Baptistin had said. MonteCristo leaned against a tree, and with that scrutinizingglance which was so rarely deceived, looked up and down theavenue, examined the passers-by, and carefully looked downthe neighboring streets, to see that no one was concealed.Ten minutes passed thus, and he was convinced that no onewas watching him. He hastened to the side-door with Ali,entered hurriedly, and by the servants' staircase, of whichhe had the key, gained his bedroom without opening ordisarranging a single curtain, without even the porterhaving the slightest suspicion that the house, which hesupposed empty, contained its chief occupant.