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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 21, The Isle of Tiboulen, Chapter 22, The Smugglers, Chapter 23, The Isle of Monte Cristo, and Chapter 24, The Secret Cave Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21, The Isle of Tiboulen, Chapter 22, The Smugglers, Chapter 23, The Isle of Monte Cristo, and Chapter 24, The Secret Cave Summary

Edmond Dantes is able to escape the sack after being thrown into the ocean. He swims to the Isle of Tiboulen, where a ship has been wrecked during the overnight storm. A smuggler's boat comes along, and Dantes pretends to be a member of the wrecked ship's crew. Dantes convinces them he is honorable and they agree to take him to the next port. (Chapter 22, The Smugglers) Dantes learns that it is now 1829, and he has been imprisoned for fourteen years. When they reach land, Dantes goes to a barber and cuts his hair and beard for the first time since his imprisonment and is shocked at...

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