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It’s telling that stories like this are still such huge crowd pleasers, no? Sebastien rated it it was amazing Feb 27, The introduction to the Pleiade edition mentions other sources from real life: There are several stories being told throughout and I found all of them interesting: I never thought I would fall in love with Dantes!
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Abbe Faria also tells Dantes about tons of mpnte and jewels that he has hidden on the island of Monte Cristo. Monte Cristo’s mute Nubian slave. There are twenty-four hours in a day, sixty minutes in an hour and sixty seconds in a minute. Hardcoverpages. Having reached the summit of his vengeance by the slow and tortuous route that he had alexaandre, he had looked over the far side of the mountain and into the abyss of doubt.
I could write a thousand more words about the characters, the methods of vengeance, the plot twists, and more. View all 9 comments.
Contele de Monte Cristo
Aceasta carte este minunata But I hear myself sighing in response to my own suggestion: He’s such a wonderful alexandrs. There is much begging and pleading. It was too long-it just was. La trasformazione di Edmond nel Conte e alla fine questo suo tornare in pace con se stesso davvero sono senza parole. Many abridged translations omit the Count’s enthusiasm for hashish. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
The Count of Monte Cristo
Dumas also wrote plays and magazine articles, and was a prolific correspondent. Jun 13, Joey Woolfardis rated it really liked it Shelves: Characterisation is somewhat sacrificed in the process of weaving the many strands of the plot together.
Guillaume Pearson rated it it was amazing Feb 13, And when The Count of Monte Cristo starts exacting his revenge you spent pages eagerly anticipating, of course it’s satisfying as hell. As I started nearing the end and seeing how all of these small details were coming back into play, I was completely stunned by complex the plot was.
Read the unabridged version translated by Robin Buss. From conspiracy and intrigue, the hope of a grand happy life, dashed, the fear of Napoleon coming back to the mainland driving some jerks to frame the poor kid Edmund Dantes and sentence him to a life in a nasty castle prison on the eve of his own wedding In another approximate quote that right now I am unable to source correctly: Personally, I agree that The Count of Comtele Cristo is several novels in one and I’m not surprised that it was originally published in installments.
In this, it is as if Dumas is saying that all wicked men carry within them the seeds of their own destruction, carry it close to their hearts as part and parcel of who they are.
Longest book motne read. So it is true that every step we take is more like a reptile’s progress across the sand, leaving a track behind it. And translated from the French by Robin Buss. Dumitrita rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Events lead to another, and the poor, good Edmund was incarcerated with hate in his heart.
I squirmed and writhed and generally caused my undies to bunch all during the incarceration part. At times jonte was riveting. Ah, the Orientals, you understand, are the only people who know how to live!
As he ingratiates himself into three important families on the Parisian scene, we get to know these families and watch as their lives fall apart around them. My enjoyment of The Count of Monte Cristo has been increased by dkmas being a buddy read with several members of the Comfort Reads group. Some versions have missing parts, as I was told. I cried and cried at his generosity.
But as we started getting closer to the end of the Count’s revenge and this story, things started to go off the rails for all of us. Books by Alexandre Dumas.