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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The commissary of police, as he traversed the ante-chamber,made a sign to two gendarmes, who placed themselves one onDantes' right and the other on his left. A door thatcommunicated with the Palais de Justice was opened, and theywent through a long range of gloomy corridors, whoseappearance might have made even the boldest shudder. ThePalais de Justice communicated with the prison, -- a sombreedifice, that from its grated windows looks on theclock-tower of the Accoules. After numberless windings,Dantes saw a door with an iron wicket. The commissary tookup an iron mallet and knocked thrice, every blow seeming toDantes as if struck on his heart. The door opened, the twogendarmes gently pushed him forward, and the door closedwith a loud sound behind him. The air he inhaled was nolonger pure, but thick and mephitic, -- he was in prison. Hewas conducted to a tolerably neat chamber, but grated andbarred, and its appearance, therefore, did not greatly alarmhim; besides, the words of Villefort, who seemed to interesthimself so much, resounded still in his ears like a promiseof freedom. It was four o'clock when Dantes was placed inthis chamber. It was, as we have said, the 1st of March, andthe prisoner was soon buried in darkness. The obscurityaugmented the acuteness of his hearing; at the slightestsound he rose and hastened to the door, convinced they wereabout to liberate him, but the sound died away, and Dantessank again into his seat. At last, about ten o'clock, andjust as Dantes began to despair, steps were heard in thecorridor, a key turned in the lock, the bolts creaked, themassy oaken door flew open, and a flood of light from twotorches pervaded the apartment. By the torchlight Dantes sawthe glittering sabres and carbines of four gendarmes. He hadadvanced at first, but stopped at the sight of this displayof force.
2.  "Diavolo!" said the duke, "this is a bad day, or rather abad night, to be out late; is it not, countess!" These wordswere addressed to the Countess G---- , who had justarrived, and was leaning on the arm of Signor Torlonia, theduke's brother.
3.  "No."
4.  "It was and the feast that began so gayly had a verysorrowful ending; a police commissary, followed by foursoldiers, entered, and Dantes was arrested."
5.  "Yes, sir," replied Franz. The notary bowed. "I have, then,to inform you, sir, at the request of M. de Villefort, thatyour projected marriage with Mademoiselle de Villefort haschanged the feeling of M. Noirtier towards his grandchild,and that he disinherits her entirely of the fortune he wouldhave left her. Let me hasten to add," continued he, "thatthe testator, having only the right to alienate a part ofhis fortune, and having alienated it all, the will will notbear scrutiny, and is declared null and void."
6.  "Then the postscript is as favorably received by you as therest of the letter?"


1.  "Well, since we must part," said the count, holding out ahand to each of the young men, "allow me to wish you both asafe and pleasant journey." It was the first time the handof Franz had come in contact with that of the mysteriousindividual before him, and unconsciously he shuddered at itstouch, for it felt cold and icy as that of a corpse. "Let usunderstand each other," said Albert; "it is agreed -- is itnot? -- that you are to be at No. 27, in the Rue du Helder,on the 21st of May, at half-past ten in the morning, andyour word of honor passed for your punctuality?"
2.  "Not at all; on the contrary, be seated; but what is thematter with you? You look careworn; really, you alarm me.Melancholy in a capitalist, like the appearance of a comet,presages some misfortune to the world."
3.  M. Morrel had not readily given up the fight. He had learnedthat Dantes had been taken to prison, and he had gone to allhis friends, and the influential persons of the city; butthe report was already in circulation that Dantes wasarrested as a Bonapartist agent; and as the most sanguinelooked upon any attempt of Napoleon to remount the throne asimpossible, he met with nothing but refusal, and hadreturned home in despair, declaring that the matter wasserious and that nothing more could be done.
4.  Now, besides the reports of the sentinels guarding the Hotelde Ville, which is next door to the Bell and Bottle, it hadbeen stated by others that a number of travellers hadarrived during the night. The sentinel who was relieved atsix o'clock in the morning, remembered perfectly that justas he was taking his post a few minutes past four a youngman arrived on horseback, with a little boy before him. Theyoung man, having dismissed the boy and horse, knocked atthe door of the hotel, which was opened, and again closedafter his entrance. This late arrival had attracted muchsuspicion, and the young man being no other than Andrea, thecommissary and gendarme, who was a brigadier, directed theirsteps towards his room.
5.  "Yes; a thousand times, yes!"
6.  "What are they?"


1.  ...ings have been made
2.  "But she saw no one?"
3.  "Perhaps I am; but one thing I have resolved on, and thatis, to stop at nothing to restore a poor devil to liberty,who has got into this scrape solely from having served me. Ishould hate and despise myself as a coward did I desert thebrave fellow in his present extremity."
4.  "Yes, as far as I am personally concerned."
5.   "It has been in the family a very long while," returnedMonte Cristo, "a sort of treasure expressly forbidden to betouched for a certain period of years, during which theaccumulated interest has doubled the capital. The periodappointed by the testator for the disposal of these richesoccurred only a short time ago, and they have only beenemployed by me within the last few years. Your ignorance onthe subject, therefore, is easily accounted for. However,you will be better informed as to me and my possessions erelong." And the count, while pronouncing these latter words,accompanied them with one of those ghastly smiles that usedto strike terror into poor Franz d'Epinay.
6.  "Still, baron," said Monte Cristo, "family griefs, or indeedany other affliction which would crush a man whose child washis only treasure, are endurable to a millionaire.Philosophers may well say, and practical men will alwayssupport the opinion, that money mitigates many trials; andif you admit the efficacy of this sovereign balm, you oughtto be very easily consoled -- you, the king of finance, thefocus of immeasurable power."


1.  "How was that?"
2.  "They are all the same price."
3.  "`I accept it,' answered the traveller, `but then theobligation will be on my side, for this poniard is worthmore than two sequins.' -- `For a dealer perhaps; but forme, who engraved it myself, it is hardly worth a piastre.'
4、  "That is unfortunate," returned Monte Cristo.
5、  Villefort fell, rather than seated himself The doctor stoodbefore him, with one hand placed on his shoulder. Morrel,horrified, supported his head with one hand, and with theother pressed his heart, lest its beatings should be heard."Dead, dead!" repeated he within himself; and he felt as ifhe were also dying.




  • 科尼 08-02

      "Daughter of one of your majesty's most faithful servants."

  • 徐子菲 08-02

      "Unhappy girl," replied Eugenie, "unhappy girl, do you say,sir? No, indeed; the exclamation appears quite theatricaland affected. Happy, on the contrary, for what am I in wantof! The world calls me beautiful. It is something to be wellreceived. I like a favorable reception; it expands thecountenance, and those around me do not then appear so ugly.I possess a share of wit, and a certain relativesensibility, which enables me to draw from life in general,for the support of mine, all I meet with that is good, likethe monkey who cracks the nut to get at its contents. I amrich, for you have one of the first fortunes in France. I amyour only daughter, and you are not so exacting as thefathers of the Porte Saint-Martin and Gaiete, who disinherittheir daughters for not giving them grandchildren. Besides,the provident law has deprived you of the power todisinherit me, at least entirely, as it has also of thepower to compel me to marry Monsieur This or Monsieur That.And so -- being, beautiful, witty, somewhat talented, as thecomic operas say, and rich -- and that is happiness, sir --why do you call me unhappy?"

  • 朱增宏 08-02

       On the spot it had occupied was a circular space, exposingan iron ring let into a square flag-stone. Dantes uttered acry of joy and surprise; never had a first attempt beencrowned with more perfect success. He would fain havecontinued, but his knees trembled, and his heart beat soviolently, and his sight became so dim, that he was forcedto pause. This feeling lasted but for a moment. Edmondinserted his lever in the ring and exerted all his strength;the flag-stone yielded, and disclosed steps that descendeduntil they were lost in the obscurity of a subterraneousgrotto. Any one else would have rushed on with a cry of joy.Dantes turned pale, hesitated, and reflected. "Come," saidhe to himself, "be a man. I am accustomed to adversity. Imust not be cast down by the discovery that I have beendeceived. What, then, would be the use of all I havesuffered? The heart breaks when, after having been elated byflattering hopes, it sees all its illusions destroyed. Fariahas dreamed this; the Cardinal Spada buried no treasurehere; perhaps he never came here, or if he did, CaesarBorgia, the intrepid adventurer, the stealthy andindefatigable plunderer, has followed him, discovered histraces, pursued them as I have done, raised the stone, anddescending before me, has left me nothing." He remainedmotionless and pensive, his eyes fixed on the gloomyaperture that was open at his feet.

  • 江鱼仔 08-02

      "Oh, yes, yes, cruelly!"

  • 章慕荣 08-01

    {  "No, it is for the first expenses of your settling inParis."

  • 张作霖 07-31

      "On my word, I think you are right, Lucien," said Albertabsently.}

  • 张天骄 07-31

      "Listen -- when one bears an irreproachable name, as I do,one is rather sensitive."

  • 张宗真 07-31

      "She is going to leave her house," said the steward.

  • 王云海 07-30

       "Indeed?" returned Monte Cristo, "that is a prejudice onyour part, M. de Villefort, for which I am quite at a lossto account."

  • 西尔维斯特雷 07-28

    {  "Yes, doubtless; and is it not that he may never do us anyharm?" Mercedes shuddered, and, fixing on her son ascrutinizing gaze, "You speak strangely," said she toAlbert, "and you appear to have some singular prejudices.What has the count done? Three days since you were with himin Normandy; only three days since we looked on him as ourbest friend."

  • 斯克 07-28

      "And you took pleasure in beholding these dreadfulspectacles?"