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Every man has his rise and his downfall His rise can be attributed to hard work dedication to accomplishing a set goal or possibly even luck Sometimes a man can become jealous at another mans fortune and wish for his downfall He might even try to make this wish come true in an innumerous amount of ways At some point in a mans life there is his downfall It could be a disastrous downfall or maybe just a minor setback However if this man is smart he will try to overcome this downfall and try to gain vengeance on those who brought this bad luck upon him In The Count of Monte Cristo Edmond Dantes is living a very successful life until others who are jealous of him bring upon his downfall in a terrible manner When he finally recovers from this disastrous event he becomes filthy rich and extremely powerful He is determined to bring revenge to those who have hurt him and rewards to those who had remained faithful towards him He ruins the lives and sometimes even the families of Monsieur de Villefort Monsieur Danglers Fernand Mondego and Gaspard Caderousse The Count of Monte Cristo is set in France during the ending of the Napoleonic Era which lasted from 1979 to 1821 The Napoleonic Era was a very dangerous and disruptive time where Royalists and Bonapartists consistently fought in order to determine their ruler Much of the action occurs in Paris and Marseilles which are situated in France and in Rome Italy Edmond Dantes spends fourteen years in his life imprisoned in the dark dungeons of the Chateau DIf and is finally liberated to live in these cities The Count of Monte Cristo is a story of the rises and downfalls of men due to the jealousy and greed of others who have opposed them Edmond Dantes was living in the prime of his life He
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