Der Graf Von Monte Christo: Erstes Bis F�nftes B�ndchen

Der Graf Von Monte Christo: Erstes Bis F�nftes
    Der Graf Von Monte Christo: Erstes Bis F�nftes original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."/>
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  • 388 pages
  • Der Graf Von Monte Christo: Erstes Bis F�nftes B�ndchen
  • Alexandre Dumas
  • 12 August 2019
  • 0428124445

About the Author: Alexandre Dumas

This note regards Alexandre Von Monte Epub Ý Dumas, p re, the father of Alexandre Dumas, fils son For the Der Graf eBook Ñ son, see Alexandre Dumas filsAlexandre Dumas, p re French for father , akin to Senior in English Graf Von Monte ePUB ☆ , born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie, was a French writer, best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world Many of his novels, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, The Man in the Iron Mask, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne were serialized Dumas also wrote plays and magazine articles, and was a prolific correspondentDumas was of Haitian descent and mixed race His father, General Thomas Alexandre Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie, was born in the French colony of Saint Domingue present day Haiti to Alexandre Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie, a French nobleman, and Marie Cessette Dumas, a black slave At age Thomas Alexandre was taken by his father to France, where he was educated in a military academy and entered the military for what became an illustrious careerDumas s father s aristocratic rank helped young Alexandre Dumas acquire work with Louis Philippe, Duke of Orl ans, then as a writer, finding early success He became one of the leading authors of the French Romantic Movement, in Paris Excerpted from Wikipedia.


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10 thoughts on “Der Graf Von Monte Christo: Erstes Bis F�nftes B�ndchen

  1. Emily (Books with Emily Fox) says:

    Holy shit I did it lolThis was really great and I need to read part 2

  2. Michael Finocchiaro says:

    In the annals of revenge stories, The Count of Monte Cristo has to be at the very top The betrayal, imprisonment, reappropriation of identity and the final stroke of revenge are so perfectly depicted here that it is breathtaking Dumas finest work besides the d Artagnan cycle in my humble opinion , there is ne er a dull moment in this classic of epic proportions.

  3. Mat C Sharp says:

    Don t get me wrong, i loved it But there is still half of it and it s been so long already

  4. Arianna says:

    Wow This book was incredible I don t even know how much I ll have to say, especially since I ve been reading it for ages nowit was something like 46 hours of audiobook But read SO AMAZINGLY WELL yay John LeeI d definitely listen toof his work anytime And the story itselfwow I adore Dumas he really knows how to spin a yarn He writes beautifully, and you can picture every single thing with your mind s eye And the stories he weavesit s just unbelievable How things all Wow This book was incredible I don t even know how much I ll have to say, especially since I ve been reading it for ages nowit was something like 46 hours of audiobook But read SO AMAZINGLY WELL yay John LeeI d definitely listen toof his work anytime And the story itselfwow I adore Dumas he really knows how to spin a yarn He writes beautifully, and you can picture every single thing with your mind s eye And the stories he weavesit s just unbelievable How things all tie in together, how things reappear to play another part in the story I read that he wrote this as a newspaper serial like Dostoyevsky s The Brothers Karamazov and it amazes me that he could have planned things so far ahead And there was constant plot action whereas TBK was muchperiphrastic, muchreflective than active I would have been riveted to this story had I read it as a serial so anxious for the next day s newspaper to arrive SO good And the ending tied everything together beautifully I kept hoping for one thing but then doubting myself Dumas really knew how to keep his audience guessing And simply the way he tied it all together with wait hope Who else but a master author could have summed up such a long book not to mention much of life in general with so simple but so appropriate of a generalization

  5. Kathleen says:

    I read this in high school, in the original French, because we had to, but I liked it so much I also read it in English Even without the movie 5 stars, but different , the story stuck with meall the bitter angst His poor heart, so afraid to trust again, so tormented by rage and vengeance.As a young adult on the cusp of a good career at sea, Dant s goes to prison for life, in the dungeons of the Chateau d If, framed and betrayed by his jealous friends and sentenced by a self interested ma I read this in high school, in the original French, because we had to, but I liked it so much I also read it in English Even without the movie 5 stars, but different , the story stuck with meall the bitter angst His poor heart, so afraid to trust again, so tormented by rage and vengeance.As a young adult on the cusp of a good career at sea, Dant s goes to prison for life, in the dungeons of the Chateau d If, framed and betrayed by his jealous friends and sentenced by a self interested magistrate Once in prison, Dant s meets Abb Faria, an Italian priest and philosopher, incarcerated for his political views Faria educates Dant s during these 16 years, transforming the rough sailor into a cultured gentleman, and talking with him of life, god, and philosophy He also tells Dant s about a treasure, hidden on Monte Cristo Dant s escapes, and with the buried treasure, he returns to Paris incognito the Count of Monte Cristo wealthy beyond belief, and bitter to the core He will make them pay They will rue the dayIncluding the girl he s always lovedwho claimed to love himbut married his betrayer and bore him a sonSo much angst There are many coincidences Highly improbable, but yet Karma Jolly good Profoundly moving But long

  6. Clem (the villain& says:

    DNF at 35% Just not into it RTC.

  7. Runa says:

    It has been while since I reread The Count of Monte Cristo, but when someone forces me to tell them what my favorite book is, I usually answer with this one.There s something about this book that draws me in every time I reread it Dumas characters in this novel especially the lead character are intricate and multifaceted I found myself sympathizing heavily with the lead character come on, we all know good people who get screwed everyday because not only does he suffer a monumental wrong It has been while since I reread The Count of Monte Cristo, but when someone forces me to tell them what my favorite book is, I usually answer with this one.There s something about this book that draws me in every time I reread it Dumas characters in this novel especially the lead character are intricate and multifaceted I found myself sympathizing heavily with the lead character come on, we all know good people who get screwed everyday because not only does he suffer a monumental wrong, the reader is acutely aware of how he pays for it His experiences and his thought processes are presented in such a manner that when subsequent events occur, the reader can t help but cheer for the protagonist while fearing for his enemies It s a hard duality to create, but Dumas does it perfectly in this book The most recent movie adaptation was an aberration because it changed the story to something that failed to resemble the novel all in the name of a happy, politically correct ending I keep meaning to read The Three Musketeers but every time I begin, school and work get the better of me

  8. Erin Webb says:

    I read this book in high school and absolutely loved it It was emblazoned in my mind as one of my favorite books ever It s funny because then I saw the movie a few times over the last few years and knew that so much was changed from the book As I went back to the book over the past few weeks, I realized my mind had totally adopted the movie version of this amazing story What a bummer I m so glad I re read this classic There s so muchto the story It s truly an amazing book and a st I read this book in high school and absolutely loved it It was emblazoned in my mind as one of my favorite books ever It s funny because then I saw the movie a few times over the last few years and knew that so much was changed from the book As I went back to the book over the past few weeks, I realized my mind had totally adopted the movie version of this amazing story What a bummer I m so glad I re read this classic There s so muchto the story It s truly an amazing book and a story full of almost everything revenge, love, betrayal, loyalty, hope, poisonings, disguises, and ingenius plots I really enjoyed this book again and especially appreciated the hope that I felt it communicated I also enjoyed Dantes realization that revenge isn t all it s cracked up to be when you really bring sadness and destruction to people s lives who are innocent I also enjoyed a comment from someone else on Goodreads that this book is about karma and that what goes around comes around a good reminder to us all to live our lives with the most integrity possible

  9. Fei says:

    Rereading the first part of the Count of Monte Cristo confirmed my love for this book and for Dumas writing style, I can t wait to continue with the second part and see what the calm and clever Count has planned for us The french audio book and its narrator were really good.

  10. Nick says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really wish I could give this a better rating.I grew up French, and this was one of the stories I learned young I figured I d reconnect and read the actual novel after finding it for 7 in a book store.But holy hell did I struggle to finish it.The first third or so is all set up That s not too bad, pretty normal even There are a lot of characters thrown at you early on, and it can be a bit tough to get them all straight.Then Edmond gets thrown in jail Now we re talking There s some bleak I really wish I could give this a better rating.I grew up French, and this was one of the stories I learned young I figured I d reconnect and read the actual novel after finding it for 7 in a book store.But holy hell did I struggle to finish it.The first third or so is all set up That s not too bad, pretty normal even There are a lot of characters thrown at you early on, and it can be a bit tough to get them all straight.Then Edmond gets thrown in jail Now we re talking There s some bleak stuff here, some serious introspection, and great insight into the mindset of a wrongfully committed man thrown into solitary confinement Everything between Edmond landing in le Ch teau d If and him finding the treasure is fantastic The language is great as is the story.But when he becomes the Comte de Monte Cristo You re looking at about 500 pages of setup for the next book Nothing really happens You re meeting all the pieces that you know will play a role in Edmond s revenge.BUT NOTHING HAPPENS.I m going to take some time off before I jump into Part 2 because I really had to fight to get through this and I need a break