An Research of Edmond Dantes's Revenge in The Count of Monte Cristo, a Novel by Alexandre Dumas

The Story of Edmond Dants, the Sailor, who Turns into the Rich & Powerful Count of

Monte Cristo and Uses Revenge on all his Enemies.

In this article I will demonstrate how Edmond Dantes punishes his four enemies with

relation to their particular ambitions. Edmond is delivered to jail because of his

enemies' jealousy. After he escapes he turns into rich and effective and gets back

at them. Before I relate with you how Dantes gets again at his enemies I would

like to familiarize you with the account.

The story describes the life span of its main identity Edmond Dantes. He is

promoted to captain of his ship. This advertising ignites the jealousy of his

fellow shipmate Danglars. Dantes is after that falsely accused to be a Bonapartist.

This implies he sides with Napoleon Bonaparte and is normally committing treason against

his own king. He's delivered to a prison named the Chteau d'If. The Chteau d'If

was surrounded by water and was referred to as a location of no return. When