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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Did your father serve under Ali Pasha?"
2.  "Sir," replied Caderousse, "they had made me drink to suchan excess that I nearly lost all perception. I had only anindistinct understanding of what was passing around me. Isaid all that a man in such a state could say; but they bothassured me that it was a jest they were carrying on, andperfectly harmless."
3.  "Really, I think you are going mad, good Bertuccio," saidthe count.
4.  "Yes; stop up your excavation carefully, do not work anymore, and wait until you hear from me."
5.  "Is that what you wish for?" said Barrois.
6.  "Adieu, adieu, dearest Edmond!" cried Mercedes, stretchingout her arms to him from the balcony.

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1.  Villefort immediately despatched a messenger. "And now letevery one retire."
2.  "Then you were wrong to refuse to dine with him."
3.  "And it has staggered everybody. There must have been in hislife some strange secret that no one knows."
4.  "Did you doubt it, my dear Monsieur Bartolomeo?"
5.  "Will the petition go soon?"
6.  "Yes," replied Caderousse.

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1.  "To the king."
2.  "Ah, truly? And you say that by his will" --
3.  "You are wrong, my lord. The love I have for you is verydifferent from the love I had for my father. My father died,but I did not die. If you were to die, I should die too."The Count, with a smile of profound tenderness, extended hishand, and she carried it to her lips. Monte Cristo, thusattuned to the interview he proposed to hold with Morrel andhis family, departed, murmuring as he went these lines ofPindar, "Youth is a flower of which love is the fruit; happyis he who, after having watched its silent growth, ispermitted to gather and call it his own." The carriage wasprepared according to orders, and stepping lightly into it,the count drove off at his usual rapid pace.
4.  * Guillotine.
5.   But the mysteries of nature are incomprehensible, and thereare certain invitations contained in even the coarsest foodwhich appeal very irresistibly to a fasting stomach.Danglars felt his own not to be very well supplied justthen, and gradually the man appeared less ugly, the breadless black, and the cheese more fresh, while those dreadfulvulgar onions recalled to his mind certain sauces andside-dishes, which his cook prepared in a very superiormanner whenever he said, "Monsieur Deniseau, let me have anice little fricassee to-day." He got up and knocked on thedoor; the bandit raised his head. Danglars knew that he washeard, so he redoubled his blows. "Che cosa?" asked thebandit. "Come, come," said Danglars, tapping his fingersagainst the door, "I think it is quite time to think ofgiving me something to eat!" But whether he did notunderstand him, or whether he had received no ordersrespecting the nourishment of Danglars, the giant, withoutanswering, went on with his dinner. Danglars' feelings werehurt, and not wishing to put himself under obligations tothe brute, the banker threw himself down again on hisgoat-skin and did not breathe another word.
6.  "And where is it?"

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1.  "For Andrea Rondolo?" asked Franz.
2.  "No, certainly not," said the count with a haughtyexpression.
3.  * The performance of the civil marriage.
4、  "Yes," answered Franz; "and it is to punish them thatduelling is tolerated."
5、  "But my purse will be exhausted."

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  • 永同昌 08-09

      Monte Cristo gave the pen to Caderousse, who collected allhis strength, signed it, and fell back on his bed, saying:"You will relate all the rest, reverend sir; you will say hecalls himself Andrea Cavalcanti. He lodges at the Hotel desPrinces. Oh, I am dying!" He again fainted. The abbe madehim smell the contents of the phial, and he again opened hiseyes. His desire for revenge had not forsaken him.

  • 雍成瀚 08-09

      Then, throwing himself back in his carriage, Danglars calledout to his coachman, in a voice that might be heard acrossthe road, "To the Chamber of Deputies."

  • 郑谷 08-09

       The darkness lasted two hours longer; then by degrees a coldlight crept through the Venetian blinds, until at length itrevealed the objects in the room. About this time thenurse's cough was heard on the stairs and the woman enteredthe room with a cup in her hand. To the tender eye of afather or a lover, the first glance would have sufficed toreveal Valentine's condition; but to this hireling,Valentine only appeared to sleep. "Good," she exclaimed,approaching the table, "she has taken part of her draught;the glass is three-quarters empty."

  • 魏继 08-09

      The unknown fixed on the young man one of those looks whichpenetrate into the depth of the heart and thoughts. "And whyrevenge?" he asked.

  • 郑为文 08-08

    {  Valentine trembled convulsively; she loosened her hold ofthe gate, her arms fell by her side, and two large tearsrolled down her cheeks. The young man stood before her,sorrowful and resolute. "Oh, for pity's sake," said she,"you will live, will you not?"

  • 阿芭雷西达 08-07

      "By the streets, morbleu, by the streets!" cried Franz.}

  • 沈洋 08-07

      "But I don't know him," said the countess; "I have a greatmind to return it."

  • 罗知锋 08-07

      "Yes, indeed, to you; I succeeded in deciphering your nameunder the blood with which the letter was stained," repliedMonte Cristo, amid the general outburst of amazement.

  • 杨文修 08-06

       "It really was I whom your excellency expected at seveno'clock this evening?"

  • 施宇帆 08-04

    {  "I must tell you that I have not come to any decided opinionrespecting him, but I think him a Maltese."

  • 高鸿翔 08-04

      "Woman, siren that you are, do you persist in fixing on methat fascinating eye, which reminds me that I ought toblush? Well, be it so; let me blush for the faults you know,and perhaps -- perhaps for even more than those! But havingsinned myself, -- it may be more deeply than others, -- Inever rest till I have torn the disguises from myfellow-creatures, and found out their weaknesses. I havealways found them; and more, -- I repeat it with joy, withtriumph, -- I have always found some proof of humanperversity or error. Every criminal I condemn seems to meliving evidence that I am not a hideous exception to therest. Alas, alas, alas; all the world is wicked; let ustherefore strike at wickedness!"

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