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Formerly a shepherd, he is later a bandit and full member of Vampa’s gang.
Dumas also wrote plays and magazine articles, and was a prolific correspondent. Even without the movie 5 stars, but differentthe story stuck with me Fleeing after Caderousse’s letter exposes him, Andrea is arrested and returned to Paris, monfe Villefort prosecutes him.
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His noble pedigree is obviously of the worst quality and his manners are that of a rank parvenu. View all 5 comments. I don’t believe in God. Use the HTML below. He is, in fact, supposedly reborn in the enigmatic Comte de Monte-cristo, but I submit that he has been completely subsumed by his new manifestation. Retrieved 2 October French Wikisource has original text related to this article: I also enjoyed Dantes’ realization that revenge isn’t all it’s cracked up to be when you really bring sadness and destruction to people’s lives who are innocent.
He rushes home to stop his wife’s suicide but is too late; she has poisoned her son as well. He reminds me a little of the Tombstone character Johnny Ringo. The Count manipulates Danglars into researching the event, which is published in a newspaper.
Be the first to ask a question about Hrabia Monte Christo. The third man’s son he lured into crime and his daughter into prostitution, finally stabbing the man himself. Most English editions of the novel follow the anonymous translation. Fechter last performed the role in The Count of Monte Cristo 7. I demand an explanation! Views Read Edit View habia.
Hrabia Monte Christo
Films To Watch 2. O’Neill came to despise the role of Monte Cristo, which he performed more than times, feeling that his type casting had prevented him from pursuing more artistically rewarding roles. Unlike many of Dumas’ heroes who die alone and in tragic fashion, the Comte finds love and contentment at the end.
She is 19 years old with chestnut hair, dark blue eyes, and “long white hands”.
Little Brown and Company. He is rescued by a smuggling ship that stops at Monte Cristo.
Heh heh, like the nautical terminology? And although I can’t say it was a bad film, I can’t really say it was all that satisfying.
His actual nourishment is his machinations and delayed gratification. He is befriended by a fellow prisoner who tells him of buried treasure on the Island of Monte-Cristo. Honestly, this book has been a nightmare to read Villefort, whose fate is dealt with quite early on in the play, kills himself after being foiled by The Count trying to kill Noirtier Villefort’s half brother in this version ; Mondego kills himself after being confronted by Mercedes; Danglars is killed by The Count in a duel.
When le Comte returns to her side she informs him and the reader that Montego was the man who betrayed her father. I didn’t really get into the story, or cared for the characters, I found the reason for imprisonment completely stupid and from that point on the story kind of started to drag, which means the story dragged from page on Edmond’s dearest friend while in prison.
It was emblazoned in my mind as one of my favorite books ever! Major also Marquis Bartolomeo Cavalcanti: And there was constant plot action – whereas TBK was much more periphrastic, much more reflective than active. To end this not at all helpful review: Edmund Dantes an honest young man is betrayed and sentenced to life imprisonment in the early s.
Who else but a master author could have summed up such a long book – not to mention much of life in general!