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The Count of Monte Cristo

Summary: Essay examines in what ways the disguises and pseudonyms were successful for Dantes in "The Count of Monte Cristo."
Diguises and pseudonyms in The Count of Monte Cristo were a critical factor to help him achieve success for Dantes. They helped him cover up his past, make him sound of higher class, and even acted as a symbol for his transformation. It seemed everytime Dantes changed his identity the more less and less he resembled his old 19 year old self.

When Dantes escaped from prison and came across some Italian smugglers, he stole some ship mates uniform (that was dead of the coast of the island) and used it so the smugglers wouldn't think that he was a convict, for he was afraid that they might be interested in his award. He called himself Sinbad the Sailor. Although he was in disguise, he still gained the love of his sailor's. He uses the pseudonym Sinbad the Sailor to help Monsieur Morrel with his debts...

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