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bce510点击咨询医师一对一在做指点

bce510点击咨询医师一对一在做指点

鈥淲e have thought of that but we did not dare to take that step for fear of consequences; for whether he restores her or not he will say that we have poisoned her.鈥?鈥淚 pity you upon my soul! Indeed I believe that it is too late and that a doctor could do nothing. One must obey the laws of prudence and let her die. The mischief is done and I see no remedy.鈥?鈥淎t any rate we ough#猓悖澹担保棒 to think of her soul and send for a priest.鈥?鈥淎 pribce510est would do her no good as she is in a perfect lethargy; her soul is safe enough. Besides an ignorant priest would find out too much and would tell the whole story either through malice or stupidity. It will be time to call a priest when she has ceased to breathe. You must tell him that she died very suddenly; you must weep a great deal and give him a fee and he will think only of calming your grief and nothing about the sudden death.鈥?鈥淭hen we must let her die?鈥?鈥淲e must lbce510eave her to naturbce510e.鈥?鈥淚f she dies I will send a messenger to the abbess who will dispatch another lay-sister.鈥?鈥淵es and that will give you another ten days. During that time you may be delivered and you will confess that every cloud has a silver lining. Do not grieve so but let us endeavour to submit to the will of God. Send for the country-woman for I must give her some hints as to her conduct in this delicate matter on which the honour and life of all three may depend. For instance if it were discovered that I had come here I might be taken for the poisoner.鈥?The woman came and I shewed her how necessary it was for her to be prudent and discreet. She understood me perfectly perceived her own dangerous position and promised that she would not send for the priest till she was certain of the sister鈥檚 death. I then made her accept ten louis in case of need.Seeing herself made rich by my liberality she kissed my hands knelt down and bursting into tears promised to follow my advice carefully. When she had left us the nun began to weep bitterly accusing herself of the murder of the lay-sister and thinking that she saw hell opening beneath her feet. I sought in vain to calm her; her grief increased and at last she fell in a dead faint on the sack. I was extremely distressed and not knowing what to do I called to the woman to bring some vinegar as I had no essences about me. All at once I remembered the famous hellebore which had served me so well with Madame and taking the little box I held it to her nostrils. It took effect #猓悖澹担保瓣ust as the woman brought the vinegar. 鈥淩ub her temples鈥?said I. She took off her cap and the blackness of her hair was the only thing that convinced me it was not my fair Venetian. The hellebore having brought her to her senses she opened her large black eyes and from that moment I fell madly in love with her. The peasant woman seeing that she was herself again and out of danger went away and taking her between my arms I covered her with fiery kisses in spite of her continuous sneezes.鈥淧lease let me put on my veil again鈥?said she 鈥渙r else I shall be excommunicated.鈥?I laughed at her fears and continued to lavish my burning kisses on her face.鈥淚 see you do not believe me but I assure you that the abbess threatened me with excommunication if I let myself be seen by a man.鈥?鈥淔ear these bolts no longer dear they cannot hurt you.鈥?But she sneezed more violently than ever and fearing lest her efforts might bring on her delivery I called the woman again and left the nun in her care promising to return at the same hour on the next day.It would not have been like me to leave this interesting creature in her distress but my devotion to her cause had no merit since I was madly in love with this new M鈥斺€?nbsp;M鈥斺€?nbsp;with black eyes; and love always makes men selfish since all the sacrifices they make for the beloved object are always ultimately referable to their own desires.I had determined then to do all in my power for her and certainly not to allow her to return to the convent in the state she was in. I concluded that to save her would be an action pleasing to God since God alone could have made her so like my beloved and God had willed that I should win a good deal of money and had made me find the Zeroli who would serve as a shield to my actions and baffle the curiosity of spies. The philosophers and the mystics may perhaps laugh at me but what do I care? I have always delighted in referring all the actions of my life to God and yet people have charged me with Atheism!Next morning I did not forget the Zeroli and I went to her room at eight and found her asleep. Her maid begged me to go in quietly for fear of awakening her and then left me and shut the door. I knew my part for I remembered how twenty years before a Venetian lady whose sleep I had foolishly respected had laughed at me and sent me about my business. I therefore knew what to do; and having gently uncovered her I gave myself up to those delicate preliminary delights which sweeten the final pleasure. The Zeroli wisely continued to sleep; but at last conquered by passion she seconded my caresses with greater ardour than my own and she was obliged to laugh at her stratagem. She told me that her husband had gone to Geneva to buy a repeating watch and that he would not return till next day and that she could spend the night with me.

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