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He was full of life, happiness, and everything was going well for him, until a group of men set him up. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote Wikisource. This story just brings the idea of how one man takes justice in his own hands when justice failed him. I give it four stars for the obnoxious writing, repetition of bad adjectives, and unnecessary descriptions of unnecessary events in a book that is already pages.

Also, I loved the intelligence of the bad characters and I liked how the author lets them have an amazing life and support no conseques after their mistakes. View all 58 comments.

I never in a million years would have thought I would love this book!

Contele de Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

Very few people can make me feel a sympathy for the Upper Classes of society and Dumas appears to have done it. View all 64 comments. He wrote in a multitude of different perspectives, but still surrounding the main theme, revenge. She later marries Fernand and they have a son named Albert.

Yet, the subject itself is not only epic, but timeless, as proven in the numerous modern adaptations and re-tellings like “The Stars My Destination”. But fate has other plans, and vengeance will be wrought on these four men who had succumbed to jealousy and ruined the life of another.


Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Why did it give me and my colleague a moment of pleasure while we shared frustration over the lack of focus and concentration that dymas with consistent exposure to online activities on screens and their random thread of information without depth or context?

Wikiquote has quotations related to: What fun it has been over the past few weeks to consume The Count of Monte Cristo in much the same way as I watched all seven seasons of The West Wing one after another a few years ago: Alesandre introduction to the Pleiade edition mentions other sources from real life: And like judge, jury, and executioner, Eddy gives each of them their just desserts.

Everything about it feels long–from the words, to the sentences, to the scenes. It has also been increased by listening to it as a French language audiobook downloaded from www. 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. I would second Umberto Eco’s take that this is one of the “most gripping novels ever written, and on the other hand one of the most badly written novels crixto all time and all literatures.

Finishing this tome was a real challenge as you get to know within few chapters that it will be a revenge story. Upon being accused of a crime he most certainly didn’t commit, forcefully separated from the woman he loves, and imprisoned for an absurd amount of time in a remote, Alcatraz-like jail, our hero begins to cfisto his utterly convoluted revenge plot on the assholes who backstabbed him.

Contele de Monte Cristo

He is like another father figure alexaandre Dantes. It is like my younger sister knowing all the buttons to push to get me so agitated that I could scream. Dantes was in alesandre despair he was going to starve himself to death. 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. The question is how much do I really love this book?


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All in all, I can’t imagine wanting to read this ever again, but the journey was worth the pain. He was cunning, sarcastic, serious, intelligent, loving, caring, and most of all determined.

It’s really an existential coming-of-age for adults. I got so bogged down for a while, and almost decided that the abridged version had been enough. For the son, see Alexandre Dumas fils. I would like to read the abridged version but I feel like I might be missing out on a big chunk of the story. 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!

Picaud then spent years plotting his revenge on the three men who were responsible for his misfortune. Ali Tebelen Ali Tepelini in some versions: With all the negative out of the way, I will say that is was definitely a great book.