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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Indeed," said Albert, "it is exquisite; it is impossible tounderstand the music of his country better than PrinceCavalcanti does. You said prince, did you not? But he caneasily become one, if he is not already; it is no uncommonthing in Italy. But to return to the charming musicians --you should give us a treat, Danglars, without telling themthere is a stranger. Ask them to sing one more song; it isso delightful to hear music in the distance, when themusicians are unrestrained by observation."
2.  "And you spoke to him?"
3.  "Now it is you who are unjust, Maximilian," cried Valentine;"but there is one thing I wish to know."
4.  "Is it so? Then I feel as if I could adore Madame deVillefort."
5.  "Yes, I recognized Mademoiselle Danglars. I was not awarethat you were so intimate with her."
6.  "Aw?" said Lord Wilmore, with that tone which is only knownto natives of Great Britain.


1.  "Now, then, to breakfast," said Beauchamp; "for, if Iremember, you told me you only expected two persons,Albert."
2.  "A letter from the viscount!" exclaimed Franz.
3.  "Go straight to his box; that will be the simplest plan."
4.  "I think I may venture to ask you this favor."
5.  "I think so, also," replied Albert; "and I very much fearyou will go alone to the Duke of Bracciano's ball." Franzand Albert had received that morning an invitation from thecelebrated Roman banker. "Take care, Albert," said Franz."All the nobility of Rome will be present, and if your fairincognita belong to the higher class of society, she must gothere."
6.  "Me?" The former sign was repeated. "Are you displeased withme?" cried Valentine in astonishment. M. Noirtier againclosed his eyes. "And what have I done, dear grandpapa, thatyou should be angry with me?" cried Valentine.


1.  "And I thank you; have what you will; "and he made a sign toFranz to take what he pleased.
2.  Chapter 3The Catalans.
3.  "Teresa uttered a cry of joy, and, without inquiring whencethis attire came, or even thanking Luigi, darted into thegrotto, transformed into a dressing-room. Luigi pushed thestone behind her, for on the crest of a small adjacent hillwhich cut off the view toward Palestrina, he saw a travelleron horseback, stopping a moment, as if uncertain of hisroad, and thus presenting against the blue sky that perfectoutline which is peculiar to distant objects in southernclimes. When he saw Luigi, he put his horse into a gallopand advanced toward him. Luigi was not mistaken. Thetraveller, who was going from Palestrina to Tivoli, hadmistaken his way; the young man directed him; but as at adistance of a quarter of a mile the road again divided intothree ways, and on reaching these the traveller might againstray from his route, he begged Luigi to be his guide. Luigithrew his cloak on the ground, placed his carbine on hisshoulder, and freed from his heavy covering, preceded thetraveller with the rapid step of a mountaineer, which ahorse can scarcely keep up with. In ten minutes Luigi andthe traveller reached the cross-roads. On arriving there,with an air as majestic as that of an emperor, he stretchedhis hand towards that one of the roads which the travellerwas to follow. -- "That is your road, excellency, and nowyou cannot again mistake.' -- `And here is your recompense,'said the traveller, offering the young herdsman some smallpieces of money.
4.  "M. d'Avrigny," cried Villefort, "I cannot tell you all Ifeel at this moment, -- terror, grief, madness."
5.   "None, sir," replied the bandit, "you are as free as air."
6.  "True, we must be quick, for we have scarcely ten minutesmore to pass together."


1.  "Then," said Morrel, "I understand it all, and this scenewas premeditated."
2.  "Oh, no, monsieur," said Villefort with a bitter smile; "itis only a loss of money which I have sustained -- nothingworth mentioning, I assure you."
3.  "Undoubtedly; -- at ten o'clock at night his horses took himto the barrier of Charenton; there a post-chaise was waitingfor him -- he entered it with his valet de chambre, sayingthat he was going to Fontainebleau."
4、  "That when my coachman was about to harness the horses to mycarriage, he discovered that they had been removed from thestables without his knowledge. I desire to know what is themeaning of this?"
5、  In the morning the jailer brought him fresh provisions -- hehad already devoured those of the previous day; he ate theselistening anxiously for the sound, walking round and roundhis cell, shaking the iron bars of the loophole, restoringvigor and agility to his limbs by exercise, and so preparinghimself for his future destiny. At intervals he listened tolearn if the noise had not begun again, and grew impatientat the prudence of the prisoner, who did not guess he hadbeen disturbed by a captive as anxious for liberty ashimself.




  • 慕继平 08-05

      "With pleasure, sir; twenty francs are not to be despised.Tell me what I am to do for this."

  • 杨枫 08-05

      "And scratches himself for amusement," added the king.

  • 杨雪 08-05

       "Now, then, in this difficulty a bright idea has flashedacross my brain." Franz looked at Albert as though he hadnot much confidence in the suggestions of his imagination."I tell you what, Sir Franz," cried Albert, "you deserve tobe called out for such a misgiving and incredulous glance asthat you were pleased to bestow on me just now."

  • 郭晨然 08-05

      "It was a bold step, and one that showed some courage,"remarked the Englishman.

  • 黄媛媛 08-04

    {  "As for what?"

  • 迪米特诺夫 08-03

      "It was you who sent for me?"}

  • 田颖 08-03

      "And do you suppose this will be forgotten?"

  • 吕秀莲 08-03

      "Then I need not tell you what kind of service he requiresof you."

  • 李东阳 08-02

       "Where have you come from, my dear count?" said Albert.

  • 刘金旺 07-31

    {  "That voice, that voice! -- where did I first hear it?"

  • 王采玉 07-31

      "Sire, your majesty will, I trust, be amply satisfied onthis point at least."