Le Comte de Monte-Cristo Volume I
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As an extraordinary storyteller, Alexandre Dumas takes us from the king's office to the smugglers' Meditterane, from the Tuscan islands to the catacombs of Rome, and then to the salons of Paris, where the mysterious Count of Monte-Cristo prepares his revenge. Published in 1844-1846, this work is one of the most popular in world literature, possessing the simplicity and the strength of the great myths. With this book the author reveals another side of his genius: the romance of customs and social criticism, served by an unparalleled sense of action and suspense.