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Dumas did visit him there, [20] although he does not mention it in “Etat kkontu. Men have had every advantage of us in telling their own story. Instead, I got to read an epic story about a bunch of egotistic people who have done nothing but be bad people for the majority of their lives.

While in prison awaiting trial, Andrea is visited by Bertuccio, who tells him the truth about his father. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The ostensible reason was because I was listening to the on-line audio format and its reader–a man with a wonderful Marseilles accent–had stopped his recitation in the sixth and final tome of the book.

We cannot help ourselves. Ansiosa pelas restantes partes! Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Anyway, it was a fun read and I think people shouldn’t be discouraged to read it because of its length. He is befriended by a fellow prisoner who tells him of buried treasure on the Island kontj Monte-Cristo.

This is Orson Welles.

The character of Edmond Dantes is one of the best i ever read. The plot in its itself dumss quite extraordinary and almost unbelievable. As a result, Fernand is investigated by his peers and disgraced.


Monte Kristo Kontu – Alexandre Dumas

Considering the way it was originally published, it is to be expected. Monte Cristo’s mute Nubian slave. Because le Comte’s ultimate goals are so far from the actual subjects being discussed the reader only becomes aware of what is happening later, in retrospect. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Product details Paperback Publisher: View mknte 3 comments.

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It is a massive book, but it isn’t tedious to read. I’ll have to see how it ends to make my final judgement on it.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. I need to follow it play by play, like for example Ripley, of Ripley’s Game. His actual nourishment is his machinations and delayed gratification. In the twenty-first century we are used to stories that are front-loaded and action-packed and resolve quickly. Quotes from Monte Cristo. The Count demands this sum to fulfil their credit agreement, and Danglars embezzles the hospital fund. Surprisingly, French kisto changed much in two hundred years.

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All those long talks about God and the soul, and human nature were quite artificial and I just wanted them to stop. Major also Marquis Bartolomeo Cavalcanti: Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more.

See our Returns Policy. It’s amazing to read a scenario in which one is subject to so many ambiguous feelings: I also enjoyed a comment from someone else on Goodreads that this book is about karma and that what goes around comes around — a good reminder to us all to live our lives with the most integrity possible! Learn more about Amazon Prime.


Paperbackpages. Despite the fact that I didn’t get what I expected, it was worth every minute of my time because it was intriguing and it even made me shiver of anticipation during konhu final chapters!

Monte Kristo Kontu by Alexandre Dumas

Even without the movie 5 stars, but differentthe story stuck with me Here is your final lesson – do not commit the crime for which you now serve kkontu sentence. His noble pedigree is obviously of the worst quality and his manners are that of a rank parvenu.

It was, happily, the same woman with a wonderful Gascogne accent, who I knew from her stellar reading of Les Trois Mousquetaires. I’m krsto finished with it, though, this is just first volume. His plans have devastating consequences for both the innocent and the guilty. Unfortunately, the final tome in the series is chock-a-block full of tears, saccharine speeches, speechifying, soppy prosody and everything else that the Romantic period of literature is known for, and for which I feel nothing but the utmost repugnance.

As a result, the Count of Monte Cristo is usually associated with a coldness and bitterness that comes from an existence based solely on revenge. As I went back to the book over the past few weeks, I realized my mind had totally adopted the “movie” version of this amazing story.