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The Count of Monte Cristo

Summary: This essay talks about the protagonist Edmond Dantes and the series of experiences that changes him in "The Count of Monte Cristo.
Edmond Dantes went through a series of experiences that changed Dantes throughout the novel. From the beginning where he was captain as a sailor to near the end where he was an architect of vengeance. His imprisonment, him discovering Faria's fortune, and the death of an innocent, changed him throughout the story.

Dantes' imprisonment metamorphosed himself forever. During his interminable imprisonment at the Chateau D'If he was transformed from a zealous, youthful captain, to a bitter, vengeful aged man. Despite the negative effects that changed him in the political prison, positive outcomes did come out of the experience in prison. One change Dantes received in the prison was he became more astute and intelligent when he was tutored by the supposedly insane priest, Abbe Faria. This change would prove useful when he dazzled guests at his philosophical, scientific, and mathematical knowledge when he was in...

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