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The Count of Monte Cristo

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I. Summary

Dantes is now rich and he disguises himself as a The Count of Monte Cristo, to take the revenge against his enemies. In Italy, he saves the life of a young man named Albert. The Count asks Albert to show him around in Paris, because he has never been there. The Count is tricking Albert because all his enemies live in Paris. The Count goes to Paris and finds out that Albert is the son of General Fernand, his enemy and Mercedes his ex fiancée, who thought he is dead. No one recognizes that the Count of Monte Cristo is Edmond Dantes. The Count flatters General Fernand, Monsieur de Villefort, Danglers and their families. Now everyone likes and respects the Count, which makes his revenge a lot easier.

II. Literary Topic

Edmond Dantes, the hero of Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte...

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