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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 84, Beauchamp, Chapter 85, The Journey, Chapter 86, The Trial, Chapter 87, The Challenge, and Chapter 88, The Insult Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 84, Beauchamp, Chapter 85, The Journey, Chapter 86, The Trial, Chapter 87, The Challenge, and Chapter 88, The Insult Summary

Albert Morcerf's friend, a newspaperman named Beauchamp, returns with evidence of Fernand Morcerf's treachery but promises to keep it quiet. (Chapter 85, The Journey) The Count of Monte Cristo learns that Andrea Cavalcanti is to marry Eugenie Danglars. (Chapter 86, The Trial) A news report that incriminates Fernand Morcerf in the death of Ali Pasha has spread, but Fernand is not yet aware of it. During a meeting of the Chamber of Peers, a French court, one of the members reads the article out loud, and Fernand is shocked and claims he is innocent. He asks for an inquiry to prove he is innocent. Fernand says he found Ali Pasha dead after the attack had already taken...

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