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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 37, The Catacombs of St. Sebastian, Chapter 38, The Compact, Chapter 39, The Guests, Chapter 40, The Breakfast, and Chapter 41, The Presentation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37, The Catacombs of St. Sebastian, Chapter 38, The Compact, Chapter 39, The Guests, Chapter 40, The Breakfast, and Chapter 41, The Presentation Summary

Franz returns to his rooms, but Albert does not turn up. Franz receives a letter from Albert, asking Franz to withdraw money from his account, since he has been captured by Luigi Vampa. Franz does not have enough money for the ransom between his and Albert's accounts, so he appeals to the Count of Monte Cristo. Franz tells the count he knows that the count helped Peppino go free, and he can ask Luigi to let Albert go free. The Count and Franz go to the bandit camp and learn that the woman who pursued Albert was one of Luigi's accomplices. They visit Luigi, who agrees to...

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