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The word revenge is defined in the dictionary as get satisfaction by deliberately causing injury in return for a person or oneself suffering Governments and countries often take revenge by fighting like with after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor the US government gave an order to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki as revenge Kings and dictators also take revenge by invading other countries and even the ordinary people like us take revenge on smaller issues But is it morally justified The answer to this question is largely depends on whom you ask and it may vary according to the concepts and values that heher was raised on - it differs among different peoples cultures and traditions In this essay I will try to answer this question from the point of the story The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas In order to discuss the revenge issue of this book let us begin by a brief summery of the story Edmond Dantes a young sailor gets a reward to be a Captain of a ship but unfortunately four men arranged that he will be imprisoned for a crime he did not commit The four men are Danglars Villefort Fernand Mondego and Caderousse Dantes has spent fourteen years in prison and then he escaped with a friend that taught him many things and gave him a map to a treasure The friend Abbe died and when Dantes finds the treasure he becomes rich and famous and is known as The Count Of Monte Cristo During all of this period he didnt stop thinking about revenging his enemy He just waited for the perfect time and now it came His mission is to revenge the people who imprisoned him and help the people who helped him The Count Of Monte Cristos opinion about revenge and death is that people who made other people suffer for a long long time should
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