Lucien Debray A young man in Monsieur Danglars' office who is having an affair with Madame Danglars; Debray and Madame Danglars are using certain information to destroy Danglars' fortune while increasing their own fortune tremendously. Likewise, those people, like Monsieur Morrel, who treated Dantès' father kindly when he was in despair, come into the good graces of Monte Cristo and are rewarded by him. Caderousse - A lazy, drunk, and greedy man. He learns that Dantes' captain, Leclaire, has given him a letter to deliver to a wealthy man named Noirtier - who, unbeknownst to Dantes, is an ally of the exiled Napoleon Bonaparte. Then he devotes his life to bringing about God's retribution against the evil people who were responsible for his imprisonment. His father died when he was about 3 years of age, leaving the family to suffer financially.
Dantes inserts himself into the unwitting Mondego's life as the Count of Monte Cristo by staging Albert's kidnapping and rescue. Meanwhile, Mercédès left to live in the old Dantès apartment in Marseille, left to cry herself to sleep, just as she was left to cry when Edmond was taken away to prison. He was responsible for the actual sending of the Count to prison. At the end of the three months and with no way to repay his debts, Morrel is about to commit suicide when he learns that all of his debts have been mysteriously paid and that one of his lost ships has returned with a full cargo, secretly rebuilt and laden by Dantès. When she discovers the full extent of her husband's treachery, she leaves his house without any of his wealth giving all her money to charity hospitals , and she returns to the small house which once belonged to Edmond Dantès' father, there to live out her life in deep prayer.
Monte Cristo then accuses Fernand of murder and fraud and Fernand attempts to escape. Things take a turn for the worse when Fernand lays his eyes on Haydee, whose subsequent post-traumatic stress kicked in and made her faint. Danglars is the one who conceives of the conspiracy against Dantès, and he is the one responsible for writing the treacherous, anonymous note which sends Dantès to prison for fourteen years. Afterwards, Valentine is reinstated in Noirtier's will. Edmond Dantès ruined everyone who hurt him and in the process, he ruined himself. We shall be very well taken care of.
After suffocating the infant, Villefort had tried to secretly bury it in a box on the grounds of the house but while doing so, he was stabbed by Bertuccio, his sworn enemy, who rescued the infant and brought him back to life. Forced to pay exorbitant prices for food, Danglars eventually signs away all but 50,000 francs of the stolen five million which Dantès anonymously returns to the hospitals. When it is discovered that Edmond Dantès has a letter from the island of Elba, where Napoleon is confined, to be delivered to Villefort's father Monsieur Noirtier , Villefort, in order to protect his own interest, has Dantès imprisoned in the impregnable fortress of the Chateau d'If, from which there is no escape. While he was in prison, Piçaud's fiancée had left him to marry Loupian. He did no more than defend his family's honor. He is captured by the bandit chief Luigi Vampa, an old friend of the Count of Monte Cristo, and then he is gradually stripped of all his five million francs. You were happy in your ignorance.
Héloïse fatally poisons the Saint-Mérans, so that Valentine inherits their fortune. During this interview, she learns the entire truth of his arrest and imprisonment. So, looking at all that you'd think she might deserve a break, right? His death in the Chateau d'If provides Dantès with his daring means of escape. Soon after Mercedes' rejection, he joins Danglars and Caderousee in a plan to get rid of Edmond. A Because he hates all Jacobins B Because he is secretly a revolutionary and is worried this fact will come to light C Because his father is the revolutionary plotter to whom Dantès's letter was addressed, and Villefort is worried this fact will come to light D Because he truly believes Dantès has broken the law Why does Dantès give Caderousse a valuable diamond? They meet Napoleon and ask for medical attention for their captain.
D Fernand Mondego envies Dantès's close relationship with Caderousse, while Danglars envies Dantès's close relationship with his father. It appears that Dumas had close contacts with members of the Bonaparte family while living in Florence in 1841. By various illegal means, Danglars first ingratiates himself into the family of a prominent banker, later marries the banker's widow, and by using illegal banking methods, he quickly becomes an extremely wealthy man. When it comes to deciding what words are kept in a language and what… Alexandre Dumas was born in 1802; his parents were Thomas Alexandre Dumas and Marie-Louis-Elizabeth-Laboret. The haunting of what he has done finally catches up with him and this is the greatest internal conflict of all. This story, also quoted in the Pleiade edition, has obviously served as model for the chapter of the murders inside the Villefort family.
. The boy is named Benedetto, and he will later be brought back to Paris by Monte Cristo as Prince Cavalcanti and will accuse his own father, Villefort, of all of his dastardly deeds. Boville is also involved in devastating financial transactions with Danglars. In March of that year, Napoleon escaped Elba, fleeing back to France with the help of a complex network of supporters known as the Bonapartists, and eventually marching upon Paris in what would come to be called the. When Albert blames the Count for his father's downfall and publicly challenges him to a duel, Mercédès goes secretly to the Count and begs him to spare her son.
By the time Dantes escapes from prison, Mondego has inherited his father's estate and become one of the wealthiest men in France. Her disappearance is one of the final blows to the pride of her villainous father. He later becomes a powerful general in the army, and during his tenure in the Ottoman Empire, he meets and betrays , selling his wife and daughter into slavery. A spoiled, arrogant bully, Mondego considers Dantes, who is poor, to be his natural inferior. He just waits and mopes and hopes Mercédès will consent to some sort of pity marriage.