Villefort, the prosecuting attorney, is most responsible for the suffering of Dantes because it was he who ordered that Edmond be sent to prison which ignited his spark for revenge. By winning Albert's trust he is introduced to all his former enemies, including Danglars, Count de Morcerf, and Monsieur de Villefort. Alexandre Dumas demonstrates in his novel, The Count of Monte Cristo that a fixation with revenge can frequently become addictive. Later, urged by his wife, Caderousse committed robbery and murder. Edmond returns from a long journey at sea. They meet Napoleon and ask for medical attention for their captain.
Over the next ten years, Monte Cristo conditions himself, and learns of all the details of his enemies past. This is true because of all she experienced. He wrote the novel in 1844 and it was published in 18 fragments between the years 1844-46. Morrel, rows up to the Pharaon in a small boat and senses that something has gone wrong during the voyage from Smyrna. In France during the eighteenth century, Edmond Dantes along with his close friend Fernand Mondego stop in a strange land in search of rescue help for their captain, who has just attained brain fever.
He follows Danglars to Italy, once Danglars flees Paris. Assessment The ingenious plot involves concealment and revelation, use of poisonous herbs, and all manner of other things. Fernand then shoots Mercedes in the shoulder she lives and runs off. Greedy Danglers is then lured by Edmond into a devastating stock investment, which causes him to go insane. To revenge himself on Villefront, Monte Cristo slowly reveals to Villefront that he knows about a love affair that Villefront had long ago with Madam Danglars.
Danglars was once the mistress of de Villefort and that the younger convict is the son born of that union, whom de Villefort thought he had disposed of as a baby. The original cut of the film had the loaded pistol, but it was changed after test audiences expressed their preference for an unloaded pistol scenario, thus having Villefort be forced to go to prison and suffer as Edmond had. He also amasses a circle of servants who are forever indebted to him. In a letter to the crown , Danglars alleges that Dantès is a and is carrying a letter from Napoleon to the Bonapartist committee in. The two become friends, and the learned Abbe teaches Dantes all his vast knowledge of literature, the sciences and languages.
Other features of society outlined by Dumas are the theatrical shows the elite attend such as the Opera , and the trend to purchase a house in Parisien suburbs, such as the Count did in Auteuil. Right when Danglars needs this money, the Count also takes a receipt for five million francs from him to cash. Miscalculations bring the , to Dantes cell instead of freedom. Morcerf had killed her father, surrendered her father's Greek City to the Turks, and sold his wife and daughter into slavery. To assure his marriage to Mercedes, Mondego helps Raymond De Villefort, Jr.
Finally, after Albert has proven his manhood by challenging Edmond to a duel, which they both deliberately lose, De Villefort is tricked into discovering Edmond's identity and arresting him. In exchange for his help digging a new escape tunnel, Edmond is educated by Faria in all manner of scholarship and swordplay for the next 7 years. Mondego, now known as the Count de Morcerf, is the first to be punished. These men are at the center of social and political life in Paris and are very rich. When all of his treachery was exposed, he discovers that his wife and son have deserted him, thus he commits suicide. Using his immense fortune he buys back freedom of men such as.
Each of them is very wealthy, successful, and married with children. Governments and countries often take revenge by fighting, like with after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor the U. There, he meets Priest, who teaches him many valuable lessons about life, how to sword fight, and give Edmond a proper education. Mercedes rediscovers Dantes and confesses her son to be with Dantes instead of Mondego. All this is in turn for Edmond helping to dig, in order to escape the prison. Edmond escapes, and turns to Fernand for help, but Fernand instead turns him over to the pursuing Gendarmes. It turns out that the letter was written by someone close to Napoleon and was addressed to Monsieur Villefort's father.
Edmond purchases Château d'If, intending to raze it, but instead leaves it standing as he swears to Faria to use his vast resources for good. The Three Musketeers is such a novel. For the latter, he plans slow and painful punishment. Edmond then meets Monsieur Villefort, who is kind of like an assistant district attorney, and Monsieur Villefort takes a look at the so-called incriminating letter from Edmond's former ship captain. The night Dantes was speaking with Napoleon, Mondego had seen the happenings. For example, a pony resembles a knight, a whistle is similar to a bishop, a count is turik, and a king has all the power.
They have big plans, but, at the last minute, the Abbé becomes very sick and dies. Monsieur de Villefort had married twice. This passage introduces the presence of the Emperor Napoleon into the text. Dantes', now the Count of Monte Cristo, shall calculate his revenge over the next10 years. The diamond is part of Caderousse's slow punishment. Disguising himself as an Italian priest who answers to the name of Abbé Busoni, he travels back to Marseilles and visits Caderousse, who is now struggling to make a living as an innkeeper. Edmond agrees, as that is the price for the use of Napolean's physician.
In addition, Dantes has plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes who has awaited his return from sea with great anxiety and love. When Faria finally did die, his body was placed in a burial sac. During that time, he almost goes crazy and nearly gives up on life. He's mysterious, sophisticated, wise, and elegant — everyone wants to be his best friend. Dantès is arrested, but the assistant prosecutor, Gérard de Villefort, discovers that Dantès is not a Bonapartist agent and is prepared to release him. As the Count of Monte Cristo, Dantes will go on to rub shoulders with a great many famous and influential people in Paris, Rome, and elsewhere. During this time he will pretend to be a number of different people, including Sinbad the Sailor, Lord Wilmore, Abbé Faria, and the Count of Monte Cristo.