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There have been at least twenty-nine motion pictures based on it And to those who wronged him by association? This book is long. She later marries Fernand and they have a son named Albert. Wikiquote has quotations related to: I admired him for making his life better even after he got out of prison and found out that no one was waiting for him anymore.

I understand they couldn’t fit everything in one movie, because there is way too much stuff that goes on, but a few things I was shocked to see changed. Like Shawshank Redemption and Dukas for Vendetta. Much more radical was the version by Charles Fechter, a notable French-Anglo actor.

Retrieved from ” https: When you think, Caderousse said, letting his hand fall on to the paper, that what you have here can kill a man more surely than if you were to hide in the woods to murder him!

I would second Umberto Eco’s take that sumas is one of the “most gripping novels ever written, and on the other hand one of the most badly written novels of all time and all literatures. I don’t know if it’s the characters I can’t relate to, or the writing that puts me off, but I try to get through them and my interest drops off abruptly. I figured first I could assume a new identity, perhaps insinuating myself into her life.

In addition to the above there have also been many abridged translations such as an edition published by F. Seriously, this was an awesome book.

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Read this novel slowly, and let everything flow. I have spent the last few weeks-ever since finishing War and Peace -reading Modern Classics, of which genre I am rather new to and not at all enjoying as much as others have lead duma to believe I would, and I have never felt a love for Classic Literature so deep within my heart as I did when I finished reading The Count of Monte Cristo. I find that women in Classic Literature are treated in varying ways, but Dumas has a kind of Dickensian way about his writing of women: The problems I had with the book were the length, so many characters, time, and just confusion.


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cojtele I was blown away by how everything came together in the end. Can our poor Dumaw get out of jail to seek his justly revenge?! I cried and cried at his generosity. Actually, I got emotional through this entire novel. Picaud was placed under a form of house arrest in the Fenestrelle Fortwhere he served as a servant to a rich Italian cleric.

When do you stop? They don’t write novels like this anymore. Will be adding the unabridged Robin Buss translation to my Kobo imminently.

But as he proceeds in his quest, he begins to question whether any man can actually be the angel of god, whether it’s a sign of mania or even insanity to think you can possibly know what is god’s will.

That is what literature is for, partially at least.

This book is definetly one of my favourite classics. Jun 30, Matthew rated it really liked it Shelves: Two English adaptations of the novel were published in At pages, don’t you think it ought to be? I remember the first time I read ‘Les Miserables’, Alecandre almost read straight through.

Everything about it feels long–from the words, to the sentences, to the scenes. This is what happens to the young Edmond Dantes when he is betrayed at first by men jealous of his career and fiancee, then again by a man who sees the possibility of benefiting himself by sending Dantes to his jail cell. M Lupton, translated by Henry L. He helped the family even after Morrel was gone.


Insomma, leggere il tomone pareva una gran perdita di tempo e piuttosto disdicevole tra i lettori veramente impegnati. He talks about betrayal, corruption, jealousy, politics, and love in this book and even after years society has not changed, if possible things has gotten worse.

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While in prison awaiting trial, Andrea is visited by Bertuccio, who tells him the truth about his father. Personally, I agree that The Count of Monte Cristo is several novels in one and I’m not surprised that it was originally published in installments. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Meanwhile, Caderousse blackmails Andrea, threatening to reveal his past if he doesn’t share his new-found wealth.

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During this interview, she learns the truth of his arrest and imprisonment but still convinces the Count not to kill her son. You can describe a place zlexandre Scotland for a Scottish Noir Crime Thriller as detailed and grimy as you want but I rarely get the sense of the place as a whole: All we can do is try to live the best life we can and not decide who deserves to be punished or even ruined. The play was also unsuccessfully performed at Drury Lane in London later that year where rioting erupted in protest at French companies performing in England.

The only legitimate son of Villefort. With all the negative out of the way, I will say that is was definitely a great book.