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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 103, Maxmilian, Chapter 104, Danglar's Signature, and Chapter 105, The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 103, Maxmilian, Chapter 104, Danglar's Signature, and Chapter 105, The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise Summary

Madame Villefort is shocked to see the glass still has some liquid even though she emptied it. Maxmilian Morrel arrives to hear Valentine declared dead. Villefort is unaware of Maxmilian and Valentine's love and commands Maxmilian to leave. He does, but returns carrying Noirtier in his wheelchair so he can view the body. He tells Villefort that he has loved Valentine, and that Villefort should now work to bring her killer to justice. Villefort denies that Valentine was poisoned, but Maxmilian appeals to the doctor who agrees it was murder. Villefort talks to Noirtier in private, then tells Maxmilian and the doctor that he will work privately to bring her killer to justice. An Italian priest who lives next door is summoned to...

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