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    Psychoanalysis of The Count of Monte Christo

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    Christo, provides much insight into the psychological makeup of not only the characters within the novel, but also of its author Alexandre Dumas. Indeed, in light of how The Count of Monte Christo addresses the interplay between justice, revenge, jealousy, greed, power and transformation, it reflects many of events in Dumas’ life and that of his father, Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, who was the biracial progeny of a French aristocrat and a Haitian slave of African descent. Thomas-Alexandre’s career in the

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    Why is Alexandre Dumas Famous? Over the years I have been many books that I've read by many artists. Many of these books have caught my attention and made me realize how joyous it is to read books. But no other writer has ever had an impact on me like the great Alexandre Dumas. His style of writing is one that has lived with me in some dark times. Especially his novel The Three Musketeers, about a young man in a big city and the hardships he faces to achieve his dream of fulfilling his destiny of

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    The Influence of Shakespeare on Dumas

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    The Influence of Shakespeare on Dumas Alexandre Dumas was the writer of many famous books such as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Dumas was influenced by many different authors and play writers, but one significant influence on Dumas’ writing was the work of William Shakespeare. Dumas used Shakespeare’s ideas of poison and romance in his novel The Count of Monte Cristo. Experts say that one pivotal element that Dumas used in The Count of Monte Cristo that is also used in the

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    Influencing Alexandre Dumas

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    Influencing Alexandre Dumas The works of Shakespeare have a great influence on other cultured works around the world. Other writers have written their own variations on Shakespeare’s themes of his plays, and adapted his style into their storylines. One of these writers consist of Alexandre Dumas, having written the famous classics The Count of Monte Cristo , The Three Musketeers, and The Man in the Iron Mask to name a few. He was fascinated by the plays of Shakespeare which displayed a plethora

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    In the adventure novel The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas uses highly ornate language and precise detail and symbols to convey an overall dark yet humorous view on noble aristocratic society, particularly its use of personal militias. Diction Throughout the novel, Dumas writes in a high connotative style. His use of poetic however grotesque and ornate language creates a disastrous, immoral atmosphere which the characters unintentionally create through their own actions. For example, “It was

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    The Count Of Monte Cristo Review

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    The Count of Monte Cristo was written by a mixed frenchman Alexandre Dumas in 1844. This was around the time of the French industrial exposition was going on as well as the Franco Moroccan War. This is also around the time that Napoleon was in power in France. Alexandre Dumas was born on July 24th, 1802 in Villers-Cotterets, France. His birth name was Dumas Davy De La Pailleterie. He was and still is a widely read french author as his works have been translated into over one hundred languages

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    In this book, The Count of Monte Cristo, many readers find the use of honesty in the novel to be problematic. The Count of Monte Cristo or in other words Dantes, is dishonest by lying to everyone about who he is. Because he was in prison for such a long time, his looks changed and when he got out no one knew who he was. As everyone is thinking that Dantes is dead from prison, he really escaped and changed his name to The Count of Monte Cristo. Changing his name was a way to disguise him from being

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    Book Title: The Count of Monte Cristo Author Name(s): Alexandre Dumas Publisher/City & Date of Publication, Number of pages: Barnes & Noble Books, New York, NY, 2004; 591 Pages Literary Genre: Historical Fiction (10 points) Author Biography: Alexandre Dumas was born on July 24, 1802, in Villers-Cotterêts, France. Dumas was a playwright and a novelist whose books have been translated into over 100 different languages. He is the one of the most widely read French authors ever. One of

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    Archetypes in the Count of Monte Cristo

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    14 years of his life imprisoned because of his betrayers, but he manages to escape to avenge his suffering. In the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas uses the archetypes of the byronic hero, the betrayer and the old sage to demonstrate that one’s suffering doesn’t give them the right to seek revenge on those who have failed them. Dumas uses the archetype of the byronic hero to demonstrate that one’s suffering doesn’t give the right to seek revenge. A byronic hero is a protagonist that

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    Justice is unattainable for men. It is simply not in our nature. We don’t even deserve pure justice. The funny thing is we think not only do we deserve justice but we own it. It is believed that it is okay to get your hands dirty when you are getting justice. It is not that way. Justice is beautiful and pure and basically anything, even the slightest but off is simply not justice. That right there is what I am trying to prove in this essay. Justice does not belong to us. We don’t deserve it. There

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