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Type of literary work Adventure Drama The main point that Alexandre Dumas is presenting in this novel deals with judgement Those who are good to others will be rewarded in the furture Those who are sinfull will be punishedThe action in this novel takes place in Marseilles Paris France in the 1800s The era of the novel is set during the Napoleonic era The ciites in which this novel takes place in are Marseilles Paris and Rome Most of the scenes are in the cities but others take place on the countryside and Edmond Dantes was a young and handsome sailor He had a lot of things that people would dream of The two main people that were jealous of him were a man named Fernand Mondego and a man named Monsieur Danglars Fernand was in love with Dantes fiance Mercedes while Danglars was jealous that Dantes was to receive the rank of Captain that he didnt have These men as well as two others named Gaspard Caderousse and Monsieur de Villefort form a conspiracy and arrange for Dantes to be arrested and sent to a dreadfull prison named the Chateau dIf After a couple years in the Chateau dIf he met Abbe Faria who became Dantes intern father Dantes met Abbe Faria through a secret passage way they both had builtt Faria taught Dantes many things in there years together in prison One of which was the secretly kept treasure ofthe Spada family The two friends had planned an escape but Faria dies before they can carry out there escape Dantes once again becomes filled with grief and sadness but he thinks up a plan He thought only the dead leave the Chateau dIf decides to replace Farias corpse with himselfHe places Faria in his own cell in bed facing the wall He sews the shroud back once he is inside itHe is then thrown into the sea as all the corpses
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