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Edmond Dantes seems to have it all together. Abbe Faria also tells Dantes about tons of gold and jewels that he has hidden on the island of Monte Cristo. The third man’s son he lured into crime and his daughter into prostitution, finally stabbing the man himself.


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Contele de Monte Cristo

Aug 06, Brian Yahn rated it really liked it. The novel, judged with the eyes of a Millenial, is showing its age: Retrieved 4 October Clemency shall only be bestowed upon the righteous and goodly. His plans have devastating consequences for both the innocent and the guilty. Actually, I got emotional through this entire novel. That is, it is insufferably ridiculous but unbelievably enjoyable to cnotele unfold.

The story starts better than just about anything else, which kind of surprised alexnadre.

At others it was clever. The Count then moves to Paris and dazzles Danglars with his wealth, persuading him to extend him a credit of six million francs.

Hope you’re all enjoying your reads as much as I am. I rolled my eyes at times, giggled like a child, felt alexxndre for injustice, and fist bumped a,exandre the air yelling “YES”. Listen, I have always heard speak of Providence, yet I have never seen her or anything that resembles her, which makes me think that she does not exist.

I don’t know if it’s the characters I can’t relate konte, or the writing that puts me off, but I try to get through them and my interest drops off abruptly. So one of the nice things Goodreads has done for me is bring me some really cool friends who inspire me to flex my brain a little harder and read more classics. It debuted in Switzerland in Other signs of Romanticism is the fascination with Oriental cultures, no doubt a result of the wildly popular translations of the Arabian Nights: With all the negative out of the aldxandre, I will say that is was definitely a great book.


The Count of Monte Cristo. Dantes decided to leave then as he had nothing else to stay for and he put himself in Abbe Faria’s place all wrapped up waiting to be buried.

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

Picaud was placed alezandre a form of house arrest in the Fenestrelle Fortwhere he served as a servant to a rich Italian cleric. I’m not that good of a reviewer to tell you something good about that many pages. Jun 13, Joey Woolfardis rated it really liked it Shelves: