The other question: Dantes spends much of his life after prison seeking the people who tossed into the oubliette — not to get revenge but to punish them. In 1815 Edmond Dantès, a young and successful merchant sailor who has just recently been granted the succession of his erstwhile captain Leclère, returns to Marseille to marry his Catalan fiancée Mercédès. Fortunately, after they throw a giant fork into Dantes' road, they don't just disappear. When I learned this, I was so overwhelmed with fury at the long-dead perpetrators of this heinous crime, I was almost unable to finish the book. This story just brings the idea of how one man takes justice in his own hands when justice failed him. I think his writing style is beautiful and very poetic, but drawn out.
Lettura fluida, divertente, angosicante, piena di soprese, di intrighi che non annoiano mai. Not that kind of book! Edmond Dantès is truly on top of the world. عنوانها: حکایت کنت دمونت کریستو؛ کنت مونت کریستو؛ لوکنت دو مونت کریستو؛ نویسنده: الکساندر دوما؛ انتشارات: تبریز محمد اسماعیل، هرمس، نگارستان کتاب؛ گوتنبرگ؛ ادبیات فرانسه، تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1976 میلادی عنوان: حکایت کنت دمونت کریستو چاپ سنگی ؛ نویسنده: الکساندر دوماس؛ مترجم: محمدطاهرمیرزا ابن اسکندر میرزا اسکندری؛ کاتب: محمدمهدی گلپایگانی؛ مشخصات نشر: تبریز، محمد اسماعیل، 1312 در 847 ص و در شش جلد در یک مجلد، مصور، کاتب نوشته: شخص ناصرالدین شاه دستور ترجمه ی کتاب از زبان فرانسه به فارسی را داده؛ عنوانهای دیگر : کنت مونت کریستو عنوان: لوکنت دو مونت کریستو؛ نویسنده: الکساندر دوما؛ مترجم: ذبیح الله منصوری، مشخصات نشر: تهران، میر گوتنبرک?? Edmond returns from a long journey at sea. Infatti non sono proprio 5 stelle. Okay, I started Idiot and Cristo last year and finally finished reading them this year. For something of this length, I expected it to be slow--and at times it is--but the beginning is definitely a page turner, one that doesn't read dated at all, which again surprised me.
Because Dantes is good and kind and loving. That's because they make television drama series and soap operas instead. ويظل الى الان اسلوب الكونت المنتمي للقرن ال19هو الافضل في الانتقام المنهجي. Mi ero ormai affezionata ad Edmond Dantes, alias Conte di Montecristo e a tutti i personaggi. Edmont Dantes adversaries are more than simple evil people, they are representations of the corruption of the most basic pillars of society : Fernand the army , Danglars the economy , Villefort the justice system , Mercedes marriage. The questions it raises are: why are good people so often punished by horrible tragedies when truly bad people are so often able to float through life with all the rewards that this world can bestow? On the first night of their stay, Napoleon asks Edmond a favor. For that I leave off one star.
I shall wait and hope. I gave books like , , and 5 stars because they are those rare books that change lives. The first part of the book filled me with dread as I waited for disaster to strike; the second part made me truly feel Edmond Dantes' despair, as he was thrown into a dungeon in the historical Chateau d'If by greedy, power-seeking, selfish and lustful men, to spend the rest of his life in squalor. After what can only be described as The Most Insane Jailbreak Ever, Dantès spends hundreds of pages brooding and carefully constructing the ruses under which his punishments can be delivered in gasp-worthy bitchslaps. Edmond Dantès is truly on top of the world. Ο ήρωας ντύθηκε αβάς, βρετανός λόρδος και ότι άλλο του κατέβαινε στο κεφάλι κ εμφανιζόταν την ίδια μέρα στο ίδιο πρόσωπο με δυο διαφορετικές μεταμφίεσης και το πρόσωπο δεν τον έπαιρνε χαμπάρι… Έχουμε κ το θέμα ότι στιγμή δεν τον αναγνώρισαν οι παλιοί γνωστοί του, ενώ ο συγγραφέας μας αναφέρει ότι στο πέρασμα των χρόνων το πρόσωπο του δεν το στόλισε καμία ρυτίδα και τα μαλλιά του παρέμειναν κατάμαυρα… χμ… πολλές τρυπουλιτσες στην υπόθεση… Κοιτάτε να δείτε όμως, το βιβλίο το βρήκα υπέροχο! For me, it was much deeper. There are plenty of long Classics ranging from 400-700 pages that are perfectly serviced by their Not-1000-Pages and I feel that's where this book fell short.
I went to sleep thinking about the characters and woke up thinking about revenge. Au contraire, I loved it! Next he wins everything he once had, back from Mondego. They come back and get what they got coming to 'em. Edmond learns from Morrell, who does not recognize him, that Fernand and Danglars are complicit in his betrayal, and that Fernand and Mercédès have wed. He could probably describe a blade of grass in the most descriptive way imaginable.
I was familiar with the Count's story from seeing an old movie or two, but reading the book, of course, is a whole different level of experiencing it. Unfortunately, the characters that start the book are definitely the best, beside one or two others. It is said that the idea for The Count of Monte Cristo came from a story Dumas had heard about a man named Pierre Picaud. Final judgement: A must for those who want to read all the classics, but probably a bit much for the causal reader. What starts as a thriller, becomes a Game of Thrones-style soap opera, and finishes as a murder mystery. The other 850 pages is a wild rags-to-riches story as he takes on the guise of the brilliantly rich Count of Monte Cristo as he inveigles, bribes, buys, and cons his way into high society in Paris.
Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? What is The Count of Monte Cristo About and Why Should I Care? The Count of Monte Cristo has a million subplots, the most intricate character relationships and conflicts. Villefort - on dignity and integrity : I know that the world is a drawing-room from which one must retire politely and honourably, that is to say, with a bow, after paying one's gaming debts. He frees himself and is rescued by a crew of smugglers. Edmond spends fourteen years in prison. It's really an existential coming-of-age for This book is long.
I joined a classics reading group and carefully chose books that I thought I would like, and am thrilled to say that I have read some wonderful stories. I have spent the last few weeks-ever since finishing War and Peace-reading Modern Classics, of which genre I am rather new to and not at all enjoying as much as others have lead me to believe I would, and I have never felt a love for Classic Literature so deep within my heart as I did when I finished reading The Count of Monte Cristo. And don't be daunted by the 117 chapters packed into this meaty novel. This is the kind of adventure picture the studios churned out in the Golden Age--so traditional it almost feels new. This work is licensed under a.