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The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 89, A Nocturnal Interview, Chapter 90, The Meeting, Chapter 91, Mother and Son, Chapter 92, The Suicide, and Chapter 93, Valentine Summary

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Chapter 89, A Nocturnal Interview, Chapter 90, The Meeting, Chapter 91, Mother and Son, Chapter 92, The Suicide, and Chapter 93, Valentine Summary

The Count of Monte Cristo returns home where a veiled woman pleads with him to not kill her son, calling the Count by the name of Edmond. The woman is Mercedes Morcerf, who says she recognized the Count the moment she saw him. Mercedes had followed Albert Morcerf and heard him challenge the Count to a duel. She pleads for her son's life again, but the Count shows her the letter that Danglars and Fernand wrote to have him, Edmond Dantes, imprisoned. The Count gives in and says he will not murder her son, but it means he will now die since he can't call off the duel. (Chapter 90, The Meeting) The Count meets Albert...

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