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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 6, The Deputy Procureur Du Roi, Chapter 7, The Examination, Chapter 8, The Chateau D'If, and Chapter 9, The Evening of the Betrothal Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, The Deputy Procureur Du Roi, Chapter 7, The Examination, Chapter 8, The Chateau D'If, and Chapter 9, The Evening of the Betrothal Summary

Villefort, is at his betrothal feast with his fiancé, Renee de Saint-Meran, and her parents. Renee's father, the Marquis Saint-Maeran, is against Napoleon and tries to judge Villefort's political leanings, since Villefort's father, Noirtier, was on Napoleon's side. Villefort says he is a royalist, and he is soon called to preside over the case of someone who is plotting to return Napoleon to power. (Chapter 7, The Examination) Villefort reads a letter accusing Edmond Dantes of meeting with Napoleon on Elba and carrying a letter to a conspirator in Paris. Villefort goes to meet with Dantes, who says he has no strong political views and was...

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