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The Count of Monte Cristo

Summary: Essay provides a book report on "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexander Dumas.
The name of my book is The Count of Monte Cristo, which is written by Alexander Dumas and consists of 1462 pages. It was published on January 16, 2003, by The Modern Library, New York. It's a romantic and adventurous novel with some mystery in it. The novel takes place during the years following the fall of Napoleon's empire. The book is mainly about how an honest person is sent to prison by his friends who make false accusations against him, and then the man escapes prison and takes revenge. This report describes the plot, and some important literary devices.

The story begins in 1815 and ends in 1844. Though most of the action takes place in Paris, key scenes are also set in Marseilles, Rome, Monte Cristo, Greece, and Constantinople. The protagonist in the book is Edmond Dantes, also known as Count of Monte Cristo, Abbé Busoni, Lord Wilmore...

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