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The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1, Marseilles - The Arrival, Chapter 2, Father and Son, Chapter 3, The Catalans, Chapter 4, Conspiracy, and Chapter 5, The Marriage Feast Summary

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Chapter 1, Marseilles - The Arrival, Chapter 2, Father and Son, Chapter 3, The Catalans, Chapter 4, Conspiracy, and Chapter 5, The Marriage Feast Summary

In February 1815, the ship Pharaon arrives at Marseilles. Edmond Dantes tells the owner Morrel that the captain, Captain Leclere, died during the voyage. Danglars, the ship's purser, tells Morrel that Dantes made an unscheduled stop at the Isle of Elba. Dantes says the captain had given him a letter to take to Napoleon, who had been exiled to that island. Morrel is satisfied with this and tells Dangler that Dantes had a good reason for his actions. Dantes asks Morrel for leave to get married to Mercedes. Morrel names Dante the new captain. (Chapter 2, Father and Son) Edmund Dantes goes to see his father, who has nothing to eat, since he...

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