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The Count of Monte Cristo

Summary: The novel "The Count of Monte Cristo" is based on the overall theme of revenge; a conflict between good and evil. A secondary theme is human justice; people get what they deserve in the end.
The novel "The Count of Monte Cristo" is based on the overall theme of revenge; a conflict between good and evil. A secondary theme is human justice; people get what they deserve in the end. The protagonist of the story Edmond Dantes is imprisoned because of the jealousy of his enemies and once he escapes prison, he embarks on a new goal; to seek revenge to those who have caused him such suffering. His enemies have created a letter that falsely incriminated him in a Bonapartist plot (the royalists are currently in power). As Dantes sits down with the prosecutor Villefort to explain his side of the story, the prosecutor realizes that Dantes is carrying a letter that is addressed to his father (his father is a Bonapartist) that may jeopardize both his and his father's ambitions and thus, imprisons Dantes. In prison, the once...

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