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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 66, Matrimonial Plans, Chapter 67, At the Office of the King's Attorney, Chapter 68, A Summer Ball, Chapter 69, The Inquiry, Chapter 70, The Ball, and Chapter 71, Bread and Salt Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 66, Matrimonial Plans, Chapter 67, At the Office of the King's Attorney, Chapter 68, A Summer Ball, Chapter 69, The Inquiry, Chapter 70, The Ball, and Chapter 71, Bread and Salt Summary

Monsieur Danglars visits the Count of Monte Cristo and tells him of his loss on the stock market. Danglars says he would prefer his daughter, Eugenie, marry Andrea Cavalcanti instead of Albert Morcerf. Fernand Morcerf is not a true count, Danglars says, and is actually Fernand Mondego. The Count remembers that name in connection with a affair in Greece, and Danglars decides to write to find out if Morcerf was involved in a scandal there. (Chapter 67, At the Office of the King's Attorney) Villefort meets with Madame Danglars in his office. He says...

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