He assures everyone that it is a mistake that shall be easily cleared up. While leaving Rome, he is kidnapped by the Count's agent Luigi Vampa and is imprisoned. Albert and Mercédès renounce their titles and wealth and depart to begin new lives. The Count of Monte Cristo Chapters 1-5 Worksheet: Comprehension and characterization questions on chapters one through five of the novel. Having found peace, Dantès leaves the newly reunited couple part of his fortune and departs for an unknown destination to find comfort and a new life with Haydée, who has declared her love for him. Edouard de Villefort Edouard is a mere nine-year old boy, who is poisoned by his own mother when she commits her own suicide.
Thus, Villefort must prove his political opinion by dealing harshly with Bonapartist conspirators. Setting The Count of Monte Cristo is set within the nineteenth century of France in large and populous cities. Monte Cristo had two goals- to reward those who were kind to him and his aging father, and to punish those responsible for his imprisonment and suffering. He also asks the waiter for pen, paper, and ink. He also kills his wife. Caderousse Caderousse is originally Dantes' neighbor.
Unlike Danglars and Mondego, Caderousse never finds his fortune, instead making his living through petty crime and the occasional murder. The kind, honest shipowner who was once Dantès's boss. Now Caderousse is certain of Danglars' guilt. While in prison, he was determined to escape and began digging a tunnel in hopes that it would lead to freedom. This knowledge causes her and her son to abandon their name and fortune. The Count reveals his identity to Caderousse just as he is dying.
The guards ensure his complete removal from society by throwing him away into the darkest dungeon. Maximilien Morrel, believing Valentine to be dead, contemplates suicide after her funeral. The three conspirators will later be the objects of Dantes' wrath and revenge once he figures out who they are. They had an illegitimate son, Benedetto. However, Valentine is the prime suspect in her father's eyes in the deaths of the Saint-Mérans and Barrois.
The Count manipulates the bond market and quickly destroys a large portion of Danglars' fortune. Bertuccio Bertuccio is now a servant of Monte Cristo. Vampa's gang also destroys Danglars. He blames Fernand for perhaps copying it and bringing it to the authorities. Dumas ends the chapter with Caderousse and Danglars having a drink under budding trees and singing birds. Dantes makes a favorable impression on Villefort, however.
The late Richard Harris is very bold in one of his final performances and Luis Guzman is perfect as Monte Cristos right-hand man. Chapter 9 The story next returns to Dantes in prison. Young nobleman Albert and his friend Franz meet the elegant, compelling and cruel Count of Monte Cristo on Luna during a festival. Dantès leaves to go to the Catalans, Mercédès' residence. Williams this translation was also released by M.
He commits suicide after Monte Cristo reveals his military treason. Madame Danglars believed it to be dead upon its birth. When Napoleon returns to power, Danglars worries that Dantes will return. It centres on a man who is wrongfully imprisoned, escapes from jail, acquires a fortune, and sets about exacting revenge on those responsible for his imprisonment. He reaffirms the justification for his deeds when he visits the Chateau D'If and asks to see his former cell.
Dantès's rival for Mercédès's affections. A man such as Monsieur Villefort's plans to utilize this situation for his own political benefit. Dantès tries but fails to resuscitate Édouard, causing him to question if he has gone too far. Morrel realizes the futility of such pleas and goes to Marseilles to discover the truth of the matter. Thus he dies in Monte Cristo's house murdered by his old friend Benedetto. Dantès pretends that it was his father's money.
Monte Cristo saves Valentine, however. He reveals to the guests that Dantes has been accused of being a Bonapartist agent. Monte Cristo saves her from the poisons of Her stepmother, however. This scandal destroys Villefort, and causes Madame Danglars to faint during a trial that revealed it all. He truly believes that he has the right to act as divine justice by punishing the sins of his enemies.