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Count of Monte Cristo (version 2)

Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870)

1. Chapter I - Marseilles - The Arrival
2. Chapter II - Father and Son
3. Chapter III - The Catalans
4. Chapter IV - Conspiracy
5. Chapter V - The Marriage-Feast
6. Chapter VI - The Deputy Procureur du Roi
7. Chapter VII - The Examination
8. Chapter VIII - The Chateau D'If
9. Chapter IX - The Evening of the Betrothal
10. Chapter X -The King's Closet at the Tuileries
11. Chapter XI - The Corsican Ogre
12. Chapter XII - Father and Son
13. Chapter XIII - The Hundred Days
14. Chapter XIV - The Two Prisoners
15. Chapter XV - Number 34 and Number 27
16. Chapter XVI - A Learned Italian
17. Chapter XVII - The Abbe's Chamber
18. Chapter XVIII - The Treasure
19. Chapter XIX - The Third Attack
20. Chapter XX - The Cemetary of Chateau D'If
21. Chapter XXI - The Island of Tiboulen
22. Chapter XXII - The Smugglers
23. Chapter XXIII - The Island of Monte Cristo
24. Chapter XXIV - The Secret Cave
25. Chapter XXV - The Unknown
26. Chapter XXVI - The Pont du Gard Inn
27. Chapter XXVII - The Story
28. Chapter XXVIII - The Prison Register
29. Chapter XXIX - The House of Morrel & Son
30. Chapter XXX - The Fifth of September
31. Chapter XXXI - Italy: Sinbad the Sailor
32. Chapter XXXII - The Waking
33. Chapter XXXIII - Roman Bandits Part 1
34. Chapter XXXIII - Roman Bandits Part 2
35. Chapter XXXIV - The Colosseum part 1
36. Chapter XXXIV - The Colosseum part 2
37. Chapter XXXV - La Mazzolata
38. Chapter XXXVI - The Carnival at Rome
39. Chapter XXXVII - The Catacombs of Saint Sebastian
40. Chapter XXXVIII - The Compact
41. Chapter XXXIX - The Guests
42. Chapter XL - The Breakfast
43. Chapter XLI - The Presentation
44. Chapter XLII - Monsieur Bertuccio
45. Chapter XLIII - The House at Auteuil
46. Chapter XLIV - The Vendetta
47. Chapter XLV - The Rain of Blood
48. Chapter XLVI - Unlimited Credit
49. Chapter XLVII - The Dappled Grays
50. Chapter XLVIII - Ideology
51. Chapter XLIX - Haidee
52. Chapter L - The Morrel Family
53. Chapter LI - Pyramus and Thisbe
54. Chapter LII - Toxicology
55. Chapter LIII - Robert le Diable
56. Chapter LIV - A Flurry in Stocks
57. Chapter LV - Major Cavalcanti
58. Chapter LVI - Andrea Cavalcanti
59. Chapter LVII - In the Lucerne Patch
60. Chapter LVIII - M. Noirtier de Villefort
61. Chapter LIX - The Will
62. Chapter LX - The Telegraph
63. Chapter LXI - How a Gardener May Get Rid of the Dormice
64. Chapter LXII - Ghosts
65. Chapter LXIII - The Dinner
66. Chapter LXIV - The Beggar
67. Chapter LXV - A Conjugal Scene
68. Chapter LXVI - Matrimonial Projects
69. Chapter LXVII - At the Office of the King's Attorney
70. Chapter LXVIII - A Summer Ball
71. Chapter LXIX - The Inquiry
72. Chapter LXX - The Ball
73. Chapter LXXI - Bread and Salt
74. Chapter LXXII - Madame de Saint-Meran
75. Chapter LXXIII - The Promise Part 1
76. Chapter LXXIII - The Promise Part 2
77. Chapter LXXIV - The Villefort Family Vault
78. Chapter LXXV - A Signed Statement
79. Chapter LXXVI - Progress of Cavalcanti the Younger
80. Chapter LXXVII - Haidee
81. Chapter LXXVIII - We Hear from Yanina
82. Chapter LXXIX - The Lemonade
83. Chapter LXXX - The Accusation
84. Chapter LXXXI - The Room of the Retired Baker
85. Chapter LXXXII - The Burglary
86. Chapter LXXXIII - The Hand of God
87. Chapter LXXXIV - Beauchamp
88. Chapter LXXXV - The Journey
89. Chapter LXXXVI - The Trial
90. Chapter LXXXVII - The Challenge
91. Chapter LXXXVIII - The Insult
92. Chapter LXXXIX - A Nocturnal Interview
93. Chapter XC - The Meeting
94. Chapter XCI - Mother and Son
95. Chapter XCII - The Suicide
96. Chapter XCIII - Valentine
97. Chapter XCIV - Maximilian's Avowal
98. Chapter XCV - Father and Daughter
99. Chapter XCVI - The Contract
100. Chapter XCVII - The Departure for Belgium
101. Chapter XCVIII - The Bell and Bottle Tavern
102. Chapter XCIX - The Law
103. Chapter C - The Apparition
104. Chapter CI - Locusta
105. Chapter CII - Valentine
106. Chapter CIII - Maximilian
107. Chapter CIV - Danglars Signature
108. Chapter CV - The Cemetery of Pere-la-Chaise
109. Chapter CVI - Dividing the Proceeds
110. Chapter CVII - The Lions' Den
111. Chapter CVIII - The Judge
112. Chapter CIX - The Assizes
113. Chapter CX - The Indictment
114. Chapter CXI - Expiation
115. Chapter CXII - The Departure
116. Chapter CXIII - The Past
117. Chapter CXIV - Peppino
118. Chapter CXV - Luigi Vampa's Bill of Fare
119. Chapter CXVI - The Pardon
120. Chapter CXVII - The Fifth of October

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    Summary

    The story takes place in France, Italy, islands in the Mediterranean and the Levant during the historical events of 1815–1838 (from just before the Hundred Days through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France). The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book. It is primarily concerned with themes of justice, vengeance, mercy, and forgiveness, and is told in the style of an adventure story.

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