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首页 [基督山伯爵之子].The.Son.of.Monte-Cristo.doc

[基督山伯爵之子].The.Son.of.Monte-Cristo.doc

[基督山伯爵之子].The.Son.of.Monte-Cris…

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简介:本文档为《[基督山伯爵之子].The.Son.of.Monte-Cristodoc》,可适用于领域,主题内容包含THESONOFMONTECRISTOTHEWORKSOFALEXANDREDUMASINTHIRTYVOLUMESCONTENTSVOLUMEON符等。

THESONOFMONTECRISTOTHEWORKSOFALEXANDREDUMASINTHIRTYVOLUMESCONTENTSVOLUMEONEIAMARRIAGECONTRACTANDITSENDIIACALMBRIDEIIIAFAMILYTRAGEDYIVAPECULIARTRIALVTHERESULTOFTHECATASTROPHEVIBENEDETTO,THEMURDERERVIIAMIRACLEVIIITHESENTENCEOFDEATHIXTHEEDITORIALROOMSXPONTOONNOXITHEDEADLIVEXIITHECONFESSIONXIIIFORGIVENESSXIVTHERATKINGXVINTHEBAGNIOXVITHEESCAPEXVIIINTHEMOUNTAINPASSOFOLIOLLESXVIilTHEMOTHERXIXONTHESEAIllXXMONTECRISTOXXIWITHTHEPANDURSXXIITHEQUEENOFFLOWERSXXIIIGREEN,WHITEANDREDXXIVAFIGHTINTHESTREETSXXVTHEMASKSFALLXXVILOVEOFCOUNTRYXXVIISHADOWSOFTHEPASTXXVIIITHECONSPIRATORSXXIXFATHERANDSONXXXINTHEWELLXXXISPEROXXXIIECARTEXXXIIIFORWARDXXXIVSERGEANTCOUCOUXXXVMISSCLARYXXXVIAMOTHERXXXVIITHERINGXXXVIII''SEARCHFORTHEWIFE!"XXXIXDEPENDONLYONYOURSELFXLTHESACRIFICEXLIHOWANDWHERECOUCOUTOOKLEAVEXLIIINTHESPIDER'SWEBXLIIIMANUELITAXLIVTHEHUMORSOFALADYMILLIONNAIREXLVMALDARXLVIMISSCLARY'SSECRETXLVIIANAMERICANWAGERXLVIIITHEWEDDINGBREAKFASTXLIXMALDAR'SFAREWELLLTHEHOLYSIGNALLIUARGLALIICAPTAINJOLIETTELIIITHELIONINCONFLICTWITHTHELIONLIVMEDJELV"DONOTDIE,CAPTAIN!"LVITHEFLIGHTLVILATTHEFOOTOFTHEKIOBEIILVIIIMONTECRISTOBECOMESEDMONDDANTESLIXEDMONDDANTESLXSECRETSVOLUMETWOIFANFARO'SADVENTURESIITHEGOLDEN"SUNIIIOLDANDNEWACQUAINTANCESIVBROTHERANDSISTERVMASTERANDSERVANTVITHEPERFORMANCEVIIPIERRELABARREVIIIAMEETINGIXTHEGRATITUDEOFANOBLEMANXESCAPEDXIINPARISXIITHE"MARQUIS"XIIITHEPURSUITXIVLOUISEXVSWINDLEDXVIMACHIAVELLIANDCOMPANYXVIILOUISONXVIIITHECANALXIXSPLENDORXXINLEIGOUTTEXXIEXCITEDXXIITHETRIALXXIIITHECRISISXXIVTHEAUTOPSYXXVFROMSCYLLATOCHARYBDISXXVIMISTAKENXXVIIFREEDOMBENEDETTO'SREVENGEXXVIIISPEROXXIXFORWARD,MARCHXXXJANEZILDXXXIATHUNDERBOLTXXXIIOLDACQUAINTANCESXXXIIITHECATASTROPHEXXXIVASHOTXXXVWILLSHELIVEXXXVIMELOSAN'SSECRETXXXVIICARMENXXXVIIIRECOLLECTIONSXXXIXDISAPPEAREDXLACONFESSIONXLIONTHETRAILXLIITHETRAPXLIIITHEPATHOFTHORNSXLIVTHEPASHAXLVHOWCARMENKEEPSHERWORDXLVIINCOURBEVOIEXLVIITHEDEVOTEDXLVIIIUNITEDINDEATHXLIXTHESPECTRELEPILOGUETHEABBEDANTESCHAPTERIAMARRIAGECONTRACTANDITSENDINTHEmonthofJulyoftheyear,amancreatedagreatsensationinParis,andevenattractedtheattentionofthelionsofsocietyWherehecamefromwhohewaswhatwashispastlifenoneknewandthemysterysurroundinghimonlytendedtomaketheherooftheseasonmoreinterestingTheCountofMonteCristo,fromItalyfromMaltanooneknewwhencehadunlimitedcreditwiththebankinghouseofDanglars,oneofthelargestinParisownedthefinestmansionasuperbvillaatAuteuil,andthehandsomestturnoutontheroad,whichhepresentedtoabanker'swife,withoutlettinganyoneknowhisreasonfordoingsoallthiswassufficienttomakehimthecentralpointaroundwhichrevolvedthesocialgossipofthedayBut,besidesthis,thehandsomestrangermakeshisappearanceatthetheatresinthecompanyofaladyinGreciandress,whosetranscendentbeautyandcountlessdiamondsawakealikeadmirationandcupidityLikemothsaroundtheflame,societyfluttersaboutthelegendarycount,anditisprincipallythegoldenyouthwhofindinhimtheircentreofattrac()THESONOFMONTECRISTOtionAmongthelatterweremoreespeciallyAlbertMorcerf,thesonofageneral,Debray,ayoungandtalentedattachattheForeignOffice,Beauchamp,andChateauKenaud,whoservedastheasteroidsofthenewstarintheParisianskySometimestheywerejoinedatthosefamousdinnerswhichonlyaMonteCristounderstoodhowtogive,byaCountAndreaCavalcanti,whoatfirstappearedtherewithhisfather,MajorCavalcantiAlthoughhewasastranger,hewasreceivedinsocietythroughhisacquaintancewithMonteCristoandwithBaronDanglars,inwhosebankinghousehehadalargesumondepositTheyoungcount,aperfectApollo,withclassicallycutfeatures,didnotfailtoproduceanimpressionuponEugenie,aproud,blackeyedbrunette,theonlydaughterofthemillionnaireDanglarsandasthemillionsofthefather,inconjunctionwiththepeculiarbeautyofthedaughter,begantointerestthecount,itwasnotlongbeforetheythoughtofmarriageDanglars,whohadbeenaheavyloserincertainspeculationsofwhichthepublicwasignorant,hopedtorehabilitatehimselfwiththemillionsofhisprospectivesoninlaw,andthereforetherewasnothingtopreventthemarriageoftheproudEugenieandthehandsomeAndreaOneJulyevening,representativesofthehighfinancialsociety,andafewmembersofthearistocracy,wereinvitedtoDanglars'housetowitnessthesigningofthemarriagecontractoftheonlydaughterofthehousewiththeItalian,CountAndreaCavalcanti,oftheprincelyhouseofCavalcantiAtfiveo'clock,whentheguestsarrived,theyfoundalltheroomsinthemansionbrilliantwithwaxlightsTHESONOFMONTECRISTOThebridewassimplyyettastefullyattired:awhitesatindresstrimmedwithlaceofthesamecolorasinglewhiterose,whichwashalfhiddeninherravenblackhair,formedtheonlyornamentoftheyounglady,whosejewels,itwaswellknown,representedafortuneTheyoungcountwassurroundedbyrepresentativesofthegildedyouth,whogivethetoneintheJockeyClub,andaretherecognizedauthoritiesforallEuropeinquestionsoftaste,fashion,andsportBaronDanglarswasthecentreofagroupofbankers,towhomhedevelopedhiscelebratedprojectswhichhadincreasedhismillions,takinggoodcare,however,nottomentionhislossesMadameDanglars,thehandsomemotheroftheprettyEugenie,wassurroundedbyacircleofyoungandoldcavaliers,whopaidcourttoherwiththegreatestceremony,andwhoseadorationswereacceptedbytheladyasatributedueher,althoughitcouldnotbedeniedthatshefavoredtheyoungattacheDebrayThelawyerswerealreadythere,yettheceremonyappearedtobepurposelydelayed,asiftheywerewaitingforthearrivalofamissingguestAndthiswasindeedthecaseWhenthefootmanannouncedtheCountofMonteCristoastirwascreatedamongtheguestsThestaroftheeveningwasoverwhelmedwithquestions,whichhepaidnoattentionto,butquietlybusiedhimselfwiththethreerepresentativesoftheDanglarsfamilyThewayheobservedtheyoungCountCavalcantiwasverystrange,thoughveryfewnoticedit,astheCountofMonteCristowasrelatingarobberywhichhadbeencommittedinhishouse,inwhichoneofthethievesTHESONOFMONTECRISTOhadbeenmurdered,mostprobablybyhisowncomradeNoonenoticedthepallorofCountCavalcanti,astheyweretoomuchinterestedinMonteCristo'sstoryWhenhehadfinished,theceremonywasproceededwithThemarriagecontractbetweenMademoiselleEugenieandCountAndreaCavalcantiwasread,themillionsmentionedthereincausingasensationevenamongthecreamofthefinancialandaristocraticworld,andthesigningofthepaperwasnextinorderThiscircumstancerecalledtoMadameDanglarstheabsenceofafriendofthehouse,theprocureurduroiVillefort,andsheaskedMonteCristowhetherheknewwherehewas"Iamindirectlythecauseoftheabsenceoftheprocureurduroi,"saidthecount,asiftoapologize"ThemanwhowasmurderedinmyhousewasrecognizedasaformergalleyslavenamedCaderousse,andaletterwasfoundinhispocketwhichborearemarkableaddress”Everyonecrowdedaroundthecount,whiletheyoungbridegroomslowlywalkedtowardaneighboringroom"Couldyoutellustheaddress"askedMadameDanglars"Certainly,"repliedthecount"YouwillalllaughoveritItwasnoneotherthanthatoftheheroofourreuniontonightCountAndreaCavalcanti”ThesurprisedgueststurnedaroundasiftoexactanexplanationfromthelatterHehad,however,alreadylefttheroomTheservantsweresearchingalloverthehouseforhim,whenanewcommotionwasheardThedazedservantsreturnedfromtheirsearch,andbehindthemappearedadetectiveaccompaniedbyseveralpolicemen"IamlookingforamannamedAndreaCavalcanti,”THESONOFMONTECRISTOsaidthedetective,inthewellknownmonotonouswaywhichneverfailstomakeanimpressionevenuponthosewhoarenotprincipals"Bywhatright"askedDanglars,whocouldnotsuppresshisuneasiness"AndreaCavalcantiischargedwithhavingmurderedthegalleyslaveCaderousse,withwhomhewasformerlychainedinthegalleys”LikelightningfromaclearskythisannouncementfelluponthearistocraticassemblyMadameDanglarsfainted,thepolicemensearchedthehouse,butcouldnotfindtheculprit,theguestsranhereandtherelikeaflockofsheepsurprisedbyafox,theservantsstoodmotionlesswithdazedfaces,consternationandconfusionreignedsupremeTHESONOFMONTECRISTOCHAPTERIIACALMBRIDENOONEamongallthecompanyinDanglars'housepossessedtheirselfpossessionsomuchasjusttheonewhowastheleastexpectedtodosoTwodaysafterthecatastrophe,whenEugenie'smostintimatefriend,themusicteacher,Louised'Armilly,cametocondolewithher,theprouddaughterofthebankerrepulsedherwithadisdainfullaugh"Iamnotmadeformarriage,"shesaid"atfirstIwasengagedtoMonsieurdeMorceri,whosefathershothimselfafewdaysago,inafitofremorseathavingacquiredhiswealthbydishonorablemeansthenIwastobemarriedtoPrinceCavalcanti,toaddtothemillionswhichmyfatherpossesses,orwhichheperhapsdoesnotcallhisown,theimaginarywealthofajailbird”"Whatshouldbedonenow"askedhermodestfriendinananxioustone"Fateshowsmypath,"answeredEugenie,firmly"IamnotintendedtobecometheslaveofahypocriticalandegotisticalmanYouareawarethatmyinclinationpushesmetowardthestage,wheremyvoice,mybeauty,andmyindependentspiritwillassuremesuccessThetimehasnowarrivedwhenImustdecide:THESONOFMONTECRSTOhere,thescandalandcontemptofthecrowdthere,applause,fame,andhonorIforesawitall,thoughIdidnotthinkitwouldcomeinsuchashamefulwayIhavefiftythousandfrancspinmoney,andmyjewelsareworthasmuchmoreOrderacarriageIhavepassportsforbothofusinanhourwedepartforBelgium”Louiselistenedtoherfriendspeechlesswithastonishmentalthoughsheknewthefirmnessofhercharacter,shewasnotpreparedforsomuchindependence"Butwetwogirlsalone,"shehesitatinglysaid,"cannot“"Ihavelookedoutforthat,too,"repliedEugenie,calmly"thepassportismadeoutinthenameofMonsieurLeond'ArmillyandsisterwhileyougoforthecarriageIwillpackthetrunks,andchangemyselfintoMonsieurLeond'Armilly”LouisemechanicallylefttheroomtoorderthecarriagetocometoDanglars'houseWhenshecamebackanelegantyoungmanstoodnearthetrunks,whomnoonewouldhaverecognizedatthefirstglanceastheproudandcourtedbeauty,EugenieDanglarsWithgreatdifficultythetwogirlscarriedthetrunkthroughasidedoorofthehouseanddepositeditatthenextstreetcornerTherethecoachmanawaitedthem,andinaquarterofanhourtheyhadleftParisLetusnowreturntoPrinceCavalcanti,aliasBenedetto,theherooftheinterruptedpartyatthebankerDanglars'houseWiththatcunningpeculiartocriminalswhoscentdangerfromafar,hehadmadehisexitattherighttimeAfterhehadpocketedthediamondswhichTHESONOFMONTECRISTOformedapartofEugenie'strousseau,andwhichwereexposedintheparlor,hescaledthewindow,slippedanovercoatoverhisdress,andmadehiswayoutofthehouseInthirtyminuteshereachedanoutofthewaysuburbofParisWithoutlosingaminuteofhisprecioustime,hetookacarriage,andleftthecityunderthepretenceofhavingtocatchafriend,whohaddepartedforthechaseonthepreviousdayThebigtiphegavethedriverspurredthelatteron,andattheendofanhourBenedettofoundhimselfatLoures,wherehedischargedhisdriver,sayingthathewouldspendthenightthereBenedettonowformedadecisiveplanHedidnotremaininLoures,butwentonfoottoChapelleenServal,amiledistant,wherehearrivedcoveredwithdirtanddust,andenteredthenearestinn,tellingthehostthathehadfallenfromhishorse"Ifyoucouldgetmeacoachorahorse,sothatIcouldreturntoCompiegne,Iwouldbeverygratefultoyou”Thehostreallyhadahorseathisdisposal,andinaquarterofanhourBenedetto,accompaniedbythehost'sson,wasontheroadtoCompiegne,whichhereachedaboutmidnightAfterhehaddischargedtheboyatthemarketplaceofthelittlecity,hewenttotheinncalledtheBellandBottle,whichhehadpatronizedinformertimes,andtowhichhewasadmittednowAfterBenedettohadeatenaheartysupper,heinquiredifhecouldgetaroomonthegroundfloor,butwasforcedtoacceptoneonthefirststory,astheotherhadbeentakenbyayoungmanwhohadjustarrivedwithhissisterThehuntedculpritwassotiredoutbyhisexertionsTHESONOFMONTECRISTOthathefellintoadeepsleep,anddidnotwakeupearlynextmorning,ashehadintended,butatnineo'clockStruckbyanindescribablefear,hequicklydressedhimselfandpeeredthroughthewindowblindsHerecoiledinterror,forhisfirstglancehadfallenupontwopolicemenwholeanedagainstthedoorswiththeirgunsintheirhandsHisfirstthoughtswerethathewasfollowedandwaslostHequicklycollectedhimself,suppressedhisexcitement,andseizingapieceofpaper,scribbledthesewordsonitwithaleadpencil:"Ihavenomoney,butdonotdesiretooweanythingTheincloseddiamondpinwillfullypayformybillIwasashamedtoacknowledgethis,andthereforeleftatfiveo'clock”Afterhehadattachedthepintothepaper,heopenedthedoorandcrawledupthechimneywiththeagilityofachimneysweepHere,however,thedifficultywastocontinuehiswaywithoutbeingperceivedbyanyoneHethereforereturnedandenteredanotherchimney,intendingtowaitthereuntilalldangerwasoverHealreadybegantothinkhimselfsaved,whenhelosthisbalanceandcrashedwithaloudnoisethroughtheopeningandintoaroomwhichwasoccupied,aswasbetrayedbyasuddenscreamAyoungmanandaladywereintheroomThelatterhadutteredthecry,whiletheformerpulledvigorouslyatthebellrope"Kescuemehideme!"werethefirstwordsthevillainspokeHewasabouttosaymore,butthewordsstuckinhisthroat,forhehadrecognizedtheyoungmanasEugenieDanglars"Andrea,themurderer!"exclaimedthetwowomenTHESONOFMONTECRSTO"Havemercy!rescueme!"imploredBenedetto"Itistoolate,"repliedEugenie,"thedoorisbeingopened''Atthesamemoment,thepolicemen,followedbythewholeinnstaff,enteredtheroomBenedettosawhewaslostHepulledoutadagger,asifhewishedtoattackhiscaptors,butdesistedwhenhesawitwouldbefruitless"Killyourself!"exclaimedEugenie,withtheaccentofatragedyqueen"Bah!"repliedBenedetto,"itistooearlyyetthewholethingisamisunderstanding,andIhavefriends”Withgreatcoolnessheheldouthishandstothepolicemen,whoputhandcuffsonthem"Givemyregardstoyourfather,MademoiselleDanglars,anddonotbeashamedYouaremybride,andweoughttohavebeenmanandwifetoday,"saidBenedetto,sarcastically,ashelefttheroomwiththepolicemen,leavingEugenieexposedtothecuriousandcontemptuousglancesofthewaitersCHAPTERIIIAFAMILYTRAGEDYTHEprocureurchiroi,Villefort,wasoneofthemostrespectedandinfluentialmeninParis,andhisreputationasdistrictattorneywasspotlessMarriedthesecondtimetoahandsomeandrefinedlady,MonsieurdeVillefortspenthisleisuretimeinthesocietyofhiswife,agrowndaughterbyhisfirstmarriage,namedValentine,hislittleson,Edouard,presentedtohimbyhissecondwife,andhisoldfather,NoirtierdeVillefort,inanelegantmansionintheFaubourgStHonoreTheonlygriefhehadwastheconditionofhisfather,whohadbeenstrickenwithparalysis,whichhadnotonlyrobbedhimoftheuseofhislimbs,butofhisspeechtooTheoldmancouldonlymakehimselfunderstoodbyhisbelovedgrandchildValentine,andbyafaithfulservantnamedBarrois,bytherisingandfallingofhiseyelidsInthehouseofthisimmenselyrespectedman,certainthingshadhappenedwithinafewmonthswhichattractedgeneralattention,thoughnoonecouldexplainthemTheparentsofthedeceasedMadamedeVillefort,whohadbeenstayingattheirsoninlaw'shouseonavisit,haddiedsuddenlyoneaftertheother,thedoctorsbeingTHESONOFMONTECRISTOunabletoassignanyothercausefortheirdeathsthanapoplexyThesefactswouldnothavecausedanytalk,sincethetwopersonswhohaddiedwerebothveryold,hadtheynotbeenfollowedalmostimmediatelybythedeathsoftheoldservantofMonsieurNoirtierandofValentine,thebloomingdaughteroftheprocureurduroi,andthebrideofayoungofficernamedMorrel,undercircumstanceswhichlookedverymuchlikepoisoningItwasaterribletimeforMonsieurdeVillefort,whosawhimselfobliged,inhisofficialcapacity,toinvestigatehisownhouseholdAfterlongobservation,hehadaterriblesuspicion,whichwasconfirmedbyahundredlittlethings,thathisownwifewasthefourtimesmurderess!ThereasonswhichactuatedhertocommittheseterriblecrimeswereveryclearValentine,thestepdaughter,possessedalargefortunewhichshehadinheritedfromherdeadmothershewasthesoleheiressofthegrandparentswhohaddiedsosuddenlyuponthedeathofValentineallherwealthwouldreverttoMonsieurdeVillefort,andhissoleheirwouldbehissonVillefort,thehusband,struggledterriblywithVillefort,thedistrictattorneyhetriedtowardofftheguiltfromhiswife,buthiseffortswerefruitlessItwasthesamedayonwhichthesensationalcaseofPrinceCavalcanti,aliasBenedetto,wasbeforetheCourtofSpecialSessions,andMonsieurdeVillefortwasforcedtoattendthesittinginhisofficialcapacityasdistrictattorneyBeforehewenthesentforhiswife,whowishedtoattendthetrialofacasewhichcausedgreatexcitementalloverParisTHESONOFMONTECRISTOMadamedeVillefortcametohisroomfullydressedforthestreet,beingundertheimpressionthatherhusbandwouldaskhertoaccompanyhimtothecourthouseShetrembled,however,whenshenoticedhisface,whichwastornbyconflictingpassions"Wheredoyougetthepoisonfrom,madame,whichyouareinthehabitofusing''askedtheprocureurduroi,inatoneofcommandMadamedeVillefortturneddeathlypale"Idonotunderstandwhatyoumean,"shestammered"Imean,"saidthemanofthelaw,"wheredoyoukeepthepoisonwithwhichyoumurderedmyparentsinlaw,Barrois,andmydaughter,Valentine”Stunnedbythisterriblecharge

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