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The Count of Monte Cristo - Chapter 106, Dividing the Proceeds, Chapter 107, The Lion's Den, Chapter 108, The Judge, Chapter 109, The Assizes, Chapter 110, The Indictment, Chapter 111, Expiation, and Chapter 112, The Departure Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 106, Dividing the Proceeds, Chapter 107, The Lion's Den, Chapter 108, The Judge, Chapter 109, The Assizes, Chapter 110, The Indictment, Chapter 111, Expiation, and Chapter 112, The Departure Summary

The Count of Monte Cristo speaks to Maxmilian Morrel, once more before leaving, convincing him to go traveling with the Count. The Count promises to cheer Maxmilian up in a month; if not, Maxmilian is free to kill himself. Mercedes and Albert Morcerf are living in a boarding house in Paris. The first floor apartment is used by Lucien Debray and Baroness Danglars. The Baroness tells Lucien that her husband has left the country. Danglars has left her a letter stating he has no regrets on leaving her and assumes she has her own money from all he's given...

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