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Essay | Emond Dantes: Hubris Was He

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Emond Dantes.
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Emond Dantes: Hubris Was He

Summary: This essay deals with the hubris Edmond Dantes shows throughout "The Count Of Monte Cristo."
Throughout The Count of Monte Cristo, the theme of revenge is displayed in many different ways. The effects of revenge become clear as Edmond Dantès grows more powerful by using his recources like money and sheer wit. With Dantès' power comes unexpected feelings. He becomes power-hungry and as his plan for revenge unfolds, Dantès feels as controlling as God. Edmond Dantès displays stages of hubris as he goes from revering God, to feeling equal with God, to learning his true place in the world as a result of the overwhelming feelings aroused from his vengeance.

Before Dantès begins carrying out his vengeance, he does not feel as powerful as God. Edmond feels like any other person before he is sent to prison for a crime he does not commit. He fulfills his job as a sailor and doesn't interfere much...

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This section contains 590 words
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