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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 94, Maximilian's Avowal, Chapter 95, Father and Daughter, Chapter 96, The Contract, Chapter 97, The Departure for Belgium, Chapter 98, The Bell and Bottle Tavern, Chapter 99, The Law, Chapter 100, The Apparition, Chapter 101, Locusta, and Chapter Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 94, Maximilian's Avowal, Chapter 95, Father and Daughter, Chapter 96, The Contract, Chapter 97, The Departure for Belgium, Chapter 98, The Bell and Bottle Tavern, Chapter 99, The Law, Chapter 100, The Apparition, Chapter 101, Locusta, and Chapter 102, Valentine Summary

Maxmilian tells the Count of Monte Cristo of the past poisonings in the Villefort household. The Count seems uninterested until he realizes how much Maxmilian loves Valentine. He vows to help them. The Count rents the house next door in the guise of the priest. (Chapter 95, Father and Daughter) Eugenie Danglars confronts her father, telling Danglars she will not marry Andrea Cavalcanti, but he insists. (Chapter 96, The Contract) During a party to celebrate the marriage contract, Monte Cristo announces he has a...

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