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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 10, The King's Closet at the Tuileries, Chapter 11, The Corsican Ogre, Chapter 12, Father and Son, Chapter 13, The Hundred Days, and Chapter 14, The Two Prisoners Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, The King's Closet at the Tuileries, Chapter 11, The Corsican Ogre, Chapter 12, Father and Son, Chapter 13, The Hundred Days, and Chapter 14, The Two Prisoners Summary

Villefort leaves for Paris while Fernand consoles Mercedes; Caderousse feels uneasy and gets drunk, and Danglars is very pleased with how everything has turned out. King Louis is meeting with his adviser, who is concerned the Bonapartists loyal to Napoleon are planning to bring him back into power. Villefort arrives and tells King Louis of the plot he discovered from the letter Edmund Dantes had. He tells the king that Dantes is a member of the Bonapartists and actively took a part in the plot. (Chapter 11, The Corsican Ogre) The Minister of Police arrives and tells King...

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