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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 60, The Telegraph, Chapter 61, How a Gardener May Get Rid of the Dormice that Eat His Peaches, Chapter 62, Ghosts, Chapter 63, The Dinner, Chapter 64, The Beggar, and Chapter 65, A Conjugal Scene Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 60, The Telegraph, Chapter 61, How a Gardener May Get Rid of the Dormice that Eat His Peaches, Chapter 62, Ghosts, Chapter 63, The Dinner, Chapter 64, The Beggar, and Chapter 65, A Conjugal Scene Summary

The Villeforts meet with the Count of Monte Cristo, still arguing about whether Valentine should marry Franz d'Epinay. Madame Villefort is upset that Edward will not receive any money as well. (Chapter 61, How a Gardener May Get Rid of the Dormice that Eat His Peaches) The Count bribes a telegrapher to send a false report. A newspaper publishes a report that the king of Spain has returned to his throne, but it is later revealed to be in error. Madame Danglars falls for the ruse...

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