The Count of Monte Cristo Essay | Monte Cristo's Revenge

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Monte Cristo's Revenge

Summary: Revenge is a law of human nature. It is natural instinct for people to seek retribution against one who has done them wrong. Monte Cristo did just that. In the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, Dantes has two goals set out for himself. He desires to reward those who were kind to him and his aging father and to punish those responsible for his imprisonment and suffering.
Revenge is a law of human nature. It is natural instinct for people to seek retribution against one who has done them wrong. Monte Cristo did just that. In the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, Dantes has two goals set out for himself. He desires to reward those who were kind to him and his aging father and to punish those responsible for his imprisonment and suffering. For his enemies that did him wrong in the past, he plans slow and painful punishment. After spending fourteen years, barely surviving in a dungeon Dantes feels it is necessary to impose cruel and prolonged castigation to those responsible. As Monte Cristo seeks revenge, there is one thing that doesn't cross his mind. He discovers that revenge harms other people besides those for whom it is intended. Unfortunately, this is after he has already made his mistake of taking...

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