基督山伯爵
The Count of Monte Cristo

  • 作   者:

    亚历山大·仲马
    Alexandre Dumas , père

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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    英文

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一个隐忍男人的精密复仇计划,能阻止他的只有死亡。

The book is considered a literary classic today. According to Luc Sante, “The Count of Monte Cristo has become a fixture of Western civilization's literature, as inescapable and immediately identifiable as Mickey Mouse, Noah's flood, and the story of Little Red Riding Hood.”

《基督山伯爵》是通俗历史小说,法国著名作家大仲马(1802-1870)的代表作。故事讲述19世纪法国皇帝拿破仑“百日王朝”时期,法老号大副爱德蒙·唐泰斯受船长委托,为拿破仑党人送了一封信,遭到两个卑鄙小人和法官的陷害,被打入黑牢。狱友法利亚神甫向他传授各种知识,并在临终前把埋于基督山岛上的一批宝藏的秘密告诉了他。唐泰斯越狱后找到了宝藏,成为巨富,从此化名基督山伯爵(水手森巴),经过精心策划,报答了恩人,惩罚了仇人。充满传奇色彩,奇特新颖,引人入胜。

The Count of Monte Cristo (French: Le Comte de Monte-Cristo) is an adventure novel by French author Alexandre Dumas (père) completed in 1844. It is one of the author’s most popular works, along with The Three Musketeers. Like many of his novels, it is expanded from plot outlines suggested by his collaborating ghostwriter Auguste Maquet.

亚历山大·仲马(1802-1870年),又称大仲马,法国19世纪浪漫主义作家。大仲马各种著作达300卷之多,以小说和剧作为主。代表作有:《亨利第三及其宫廷》(剧本)、《基督山伯爵》(长篇小说)、《三个火枪手》(长篇小说)等。大仲马信守共和政见,反对君主专政。先后参加了1830年“七月革命”、1848年推翻七月王朝革命、加里波第对那不勒斯王国的征战等活动。由于他的黑白混血人身份,其一生都受种族主义的困扰。2002年,大仲马去世132年后遗骸移入了法国先贤祠。大仲马小说大都以真实的历史作背景,情节曲折生动,往往出人意料,有历史惊险小说之称。结构清晰明朗,语言生动有力,对话灵活机智等构成了大仲马小说的特色。大仲马也因而被后人美誉为“通俗小说之王”。

Alexandre Dumas (24 July 1802–5 December 1870), also known as Alexandre Dumas, père, was a French writer. His works have been translated into nearly 100 languages, and he is one of the most widely read French authors. Many of his historical novels of high adventure, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne: Ten Years Later were originally published as serials. His novels have been adapted since the early twentieth century for nearly 200 films. Dumas' last novel, The Knight of Sainte-Hermine, unfinished at his death, was completed by a scholar and published in 2005, becoming a bestseller. It was published in English in 2008 as The Last Cavalier.

Beyond a bare, weather-worn wall, about a hundred paces from the spot where the two friends sat looking and listening as they drank their wine, was the village of the Catalans. Long ago this mysterious colony quitted Spain, and settled on the tongue of land on which it is to this day. Whence it came no one knew, and it spoke an unknown tongue. One of its chiefs, who understood Provencal, begged the commune of Marseilles to give them this bare and barren promontory, where, like the sailors of old, they had run their boats ashore. The request was granted; and three months afterwards, around the twelve or fifteen small vessels which had brought these gypsies of the sea, a small village sprang up. This village, constructed in a singular and picturesque manner, half Moorish, half Spanish, still remains, and is inhabited by descendants of the first comers, who speak the language of their fathers. For three or four centuries they have remained upon this small promontory, on which they had settled like a flight of seabirds, without mixing with the Marseillaise population, intermarrying, and preserving their original customs and the costume of their mother-country as they have preserved its language.

  • Chapter 1 Marseilles—The Arrival.

  • Chapter 2 Father and Son.

  • Chapter 3 The Catalans.

  • Chapter 4 Conspiracy.

  • Chapter 5 The Marriage-Feast.

  • Chapter 6 The Deputy Procureur du Roi.

  • Chapter 7 The Examination.

  • Chapter 8 The Chateau D'If.

  • Chapter 9 The Evening of the Betrothal.

  • Chapter 10 The King's Closet at the Tuileries.

  • Chapter 11 The Corsican Ogre.

  • Chapter 12 Father and Son.

  • Chapter 13 The Hundred Days.

  • Chapter 14 The Two Prisoners.

  • Chapter 15 Number 34 and Number 27.

  • Chapter 16 A Learned Italian.

  • Chapter 17 The Abbe's Chamber.

  • Chapter 18 The Treasure.

  • Chapter 19 The Third Attack.

  • Chapter 20 The Cemetery of the Chateau D'If.

  • Chapter 21 The Island of Tiboulen.

  • Chapter 22 The Smugglers.

  • Chapter 23 The Island of Monte Cristo.

  • Chapter 24 The Secret Cave.

  • Chapter 25 The Unknown.

  • Chapter 26 The Pont du Gard Inn.

  • Chapter 27 The Story.

  • Chapter 28 The Prison Register.

  • Chapter 29 The House of Morrel & Son.

  • Chapter 30 The Fifth of September.

  • Chapter 31 Italy: Sinbad the Sailor.

  • Chapter 32 The Waking.

  • Chapter 33 Roman Bandits.

  • Chapter 34 The Colosseum.

  • Chapter 35 La Mazzolata.

  • Chapter 36 The Carnival at Rome.

  • Chapter 37 The Catacombs of Saint Sebastian.

  • Chapter 38 The Compact.

  • Chapter 39 The Guests.

  • Chapter 40 The Breakfast.

  • Chapter 41 The Presentation.

  • Chapter 42 Monsieur Bertuccio.

  • Chapter 43 The House at Auteuil.

  • Chapter 44 The Vendetta.

  • Chapter 45 The Rain of Blood.

  • Chapter 46 Unlimited Credit.

  • Chapter 47 The Dappled Grays.

  • Chapter 48 Ideology.

  • Chapter 49 Haidee.

  • Chapter 50 The Morrel Family.

  • Chapter 51 Pyramus and Thisbe.

  • Chapter 52 Toxicology.

  • Chapter 53 Robert le Diable.

  • Chapter 54 A Flurry in Stocks.

  • Chapter 55 Major Cavalcanti.

  • Chapter 56 Andrea Cavalcanti.

  • Chapter 57 In the Lucerne Patch.

  • Chapter 58 M. Noirtier de Villefort.

  • Chapter 59 The Will.

  • Chapter 60 The Telegraph.

  • Chapter 61 How a Gardener may get rid of the Dormice that eat His Peaches.

  • Chapter 62 Ghosts.

  • Chapter 63 The Dinner.

  • Chapter 64 The Beggar.

  • Chapter 65 A Conjugal Scene.

  • Chapter 66 Matrimonial Projects.

  • Chapter 67 At the Office of the King's Attorney.

  • Chapter 68 A Summer Ball.

  • Chapter 69 The Inquiry.

  • Chapter 70 The Ball.

  • Chapter 71 Bread and Salt.

  • Chapter 72 Madame de Saint-Meran.

  • Chapter 73 The Promise.

  • Chapter 74 The Villefort Family Vault.

  • Chapter 75 A Signed Statement.

  • Chapter 76 Progress of Cavalcanti the Younger.

  • Chapter 77 Haidee.

  • Chapter 78 We hear From Yanina.

  • Chapter 79 The Lemonade.

  • Chapter 80 The Accusation.

  • Chapter 81 The Room of the Retired Baker.

  • Chapter 82 The Burglary.

  • Chapter 83 The Hand of God.

  • Chapter 84 Beauchamp.

  • Chapter 85 The Journey.

  • Chapter 86 The Trial.

  • Chapter 87 The Challenge.

  • Chapter 88 The Insult.

  • Chapter 89 A Nocturnal Interview.

  • Chapter 90 The Meeting.

  • Chapter 91 Mother and Son.

  • Chapter 92 The Suicide.

  • Chapter 93 Valentine.

  • Chapter 94 Maximilian's Avowal.

  • Chapter 95 Father and Daughter.

  • Chapter 96 The Contract.

  • Chapter 97 The Departure for Belgium.

  • Chapter 98 The Bell and Bottle Tavern.

  • Chapter 99 The Law.

  • Chapter 100 The Apparition.

  • Chapter 101 Locusta.

  • Chapter 102 Valentine.

  • Chapter 103 Maximilian.

  • Chapter 104 Danglars Signature.

  • Chapter 105 The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise.

  • Chapter 106 Dividing the Proceeds.

  • Chapter 107 The Lions' Den.

  • Chapter 108 The Judge.

  • Chapter 109 The Assizes.

  • Chapter 110 The Indictment.

  • Chapter 111 Expiation.

  • Chapter 112 The Departure.

  • Chapter 113 The Past.

  • Chapter 114 Peppino.

  • Chapter 115 Luigi Vampa's Bill of Fare.

  • Chapter 116 The Pardon.

  • Chapter 117 The Fifth of October.