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In the wake of fourteen difficult years, Dantès gets away from his jail and arises as a baffling figure that would strike dread and miracle in the hearts of all who know him. Outfitted with a huge fortune and an arrangement of vengeance, Edmond is changed into the Count of Monte Cristo.

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Count Of Monte Cristo Part 2 Book Review

Unrivaled in riches and mind, Monte Cristo releases his painstakingly created retribution on his clueless adversaries, however his heart can just stay unaffected by his shrewdness for such a long time.

Rory’s vengeance fixates on embarrassment, Monte Cristo’s on torment and demise, however what might mine resemble?

I’ve clarified my dream situation on the off chance that I at any point experienced those who’ve violated me, however it’s close to a hidden censure. Is that even vengeance? Is that even really what I need? I know for sure that it’s not.

Vengeance can give you trust, can help you see the way through the dimness in a period of incredible risk. Yet, that expectation is misleading.

Vengeance is all-devouring, and it’s not forever your adversary that is burned-through. You become overcome with fury, harshness, and scorn that surpass the entirety of your contemplations and activities, until you understand that vengeance has obliterated you-not your enemy.

The Count of Monte Cristo, one of the best experience books ever, has been changed over by the writer into a progression of four plays. In PART TWO, Edmond Dantes has gotten away from the feared jail island of d’If following 14 years of bondage.

He searches out the breathtaking fortune of Monte Cristo portrayed to him by the Abbe Faria, and accepts the personality of the minister Busoni.

Then, at that point he starts his odyssey of retribution, finding Caderousse and his significant other, La Carconte, and discovering the path of Villefort, another of his traitors. He likewise covertly helps his previous manager, Mr. Morel.

However, he presently can’t seem to expect the personality of the avenging Count of Monte Cristo! Top notch activity dramatization!

The Count Of Monte Cristo PDF vs FLIP

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The Count Of Monte Cristo Pdf – Vol 2 – Chapter 28 – Page 1 Book Summary

Chapter 28.
The Prison Register

The day after that in which the scene we have just described had taken place on the road between Bellegarde and Beaucaire, a man of about thirty or two-and-thirty, dressed in a bright blue frock coat, nankeen trousers, and a white waist- coat, having the appearance and accent of an Englishman, presented himself before the mayor of Marseilles.

“Sir,” said he, “I am chief clerk of the house of Thomson & French, of Rome. We are, and have been these ten years, connected with the house of Morrel & Son, of Marseilles.

We have a hundred thousand francs or thereabouts loaned on their secu- rities, and we are a little uneasy at reports that have reached us that the firm is on the brink of ruin. I have come, therefore, express from Rome, to ask you for inform- ation.”
“Sir,” replied the mayor. “I know very well that during the last four or five years misfortune has seemed to pursue M. Morrel.

He has lost four or five vessels, and suffered by three or four bankruptcies; but it is not for me, although I am a creditor myself to the amount of ten thousand francs, to give any information as to the state of his finances. Ask of me, as mayor, what is my opinion of M. Morrel, and I shall say that he is a man honorable to the last degree, and who has up to this time fulfilled every engagement with scrupulous punctuality.

This is all I can say, sir; if you wish to learn more, address yourself to M. de Boville, the inspector of prisons, No. 15, Rue de Nouailles; he has, I believe, two hundred thousand francs in Morrel’s hands, and if there be any grounds for apprehension, as this is a greater amount than mine, you will most probably find him better informed than myself.”

The Englishman seemed to appreciate this extreme delicacy, made his bow and went away, proceeding with a characteristic British stride towards the street men- tioned.

M. de Boville was in his private room, and the Englishman, on perceiving him, made a gesture of surprise, which seemed to indicate that it was not the first time he

The Count Of Monte Cristo Vol 2 – Chapter 28 – Page 2 Book Summary

had been in his presence. As to M. de Boville, he was in such a state of despair, that it was evident all the faculties of his mind, absorbed in the thought which occupied him at the moment, did not allow either his memory or his imagination to stray to the past.

The Englishman, with the coolness of his nation, addressed him in terms nearly similar to those with which he had accosted the mayor of Marseilles.

“Oh, sir,” exclaimed M. de Boville, “your fears are unfortunately but too well founded, and you see before you a man in despair.

I had two hundred thousand francs placed in the hands of Morrel & Son; these two hundred thousand francs were the dowry of my daughter, who was to be married in a fortnight, and these two hundred thousand francs were payable, half on the 15th of this month, and the other half on the 15th of next month.

I had informed M. Morrel of my desire to have these pay- ments punctually, and he has been here within the last half-hour to tell me that if his ship, the Pharaon, did not come into port on the 15th, he would be wholly unable to make this payment.”

“But,” said the Englishman, “this looks very much like a suspension of payment.”
“It looks more like bankruptcy!” exclaimed M. de Boville despairingly.

The Englishman appeared to reflect a moment, and then said, “From which it would appear, sir, that this credit inspires you with considerable apprehension?”
“To tell you the truth, I consider it lost.”
“Well, then, I will buy it of you!”
“Yes, I!”
“But at a tremendous discount, of course?”
“No, for two hundred thousand francs. Our house,” added the Englishman with a laugh, “does not do things in that way.”
“And you will pay—”
“Ready money.”

And the Englishman drew from his pocket a bundle of bank-notes, which might have been twice the sum M. de Boville feared to lose. A ray of joy passed across M. de Boville’s countenance, yet he made an effort at self-control, and said:

Final Thoughts On The Count of Monte Cristo Pdf and Flip Books

Finally, we have come to the end of this rather amazing and knowledgeable part of the same book in the series (The Count Of Monte Cristo), and we really hope you get the BIG picture on why we recommend the FLIP books so much.

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