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Well noticed in the novel The Count of Monte Cristo as in The Merchant of Venice The themes vengeance conspiracy and love are clearly shown throughout the book The protagonist in these stories share qualities as do the antagonist Many times in each book things that show each of these qualities are clearly visible The reader of these novels can easily see that throughout the story line of each book the protagonist are put through many trials and tribulations amidst all their problems and all the people that are after them Dante and Antonio have both earned conspiring enemies loving partners and a load of problems Dante gets threes enemies throughout the storyline they are as follows Danglar who will become captain of the ship if anything were to happen to Dante Fernand who aspires to win Dante love Mercedes and Caderousse who is just a jealous neighbor Antonio becomes of one enemy the Shylock who does not want anything from Antonio but his life which will bring him much fortune and more customers Dantes incarceration of 14 years brought a lot of vengeance into the story because through this his enemies were able to collect their superficial winnings except for Caderousse who remaining a poor man but participated in the conspiracy as did the public prosecutor Dante now as the count puts Caderousse through torture thanks to his greed which still after 14 years goes on Fernand who was able to get Mercedes love through his military heroism lived in the Parisian society as the count and countess de Morecef Through the testimony of of Haydee the daughter of Ali pasha the counts benefactor The count of Monte Cristo was able to destroy the count of Morecef Dante is able to destroy the prosecutor through the revealing of a crime which he committed in the past making him insane Last but not least he destroys Dangler financially thus revealing his
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