REFLECTION AND REACTION
FOR COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO AND HELEN OF TROY
PRESENTED TO: PROF. MILDRED MASONG
PRESENTED BY: KATHYLEEN P. SALIPADA
Helen of Troy reflection
What is meant to be, will always find its way. This is one of the realities in
life that we must accept.
December 14th, 2011
The novels of Alexander Dumas are favorites of many generations of readers because of his fascinating characters, tangled stories and dynamic plots. One of them, “The Count of Monte Cristo” was finished in 1844. Given its brilliant storyline ab
The Count of Monte Cristo: Revenge
The Story of Edmond Dantès, the Sailor, who Becomes the Rich & Powerful Count of
Monte Cristo and Takes Revenge on all his Enemies.
Chesky Hoffman June 17, 1996 Dr. Goodale
In this essay I will show how Edmond Dantes punishes his four enemies with
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Count of Monte Cristo, written by Alexandre Dumas, tells the story of a man, Edmond Dantes, a sailor who goes through being betrayed by his enemies and thrown in to a dark prison cell to planning revenge on his enemies. His behavior and personality changes afte
The Count of Monte Cristo is an interesting tale about a sailor named Dantes who changes his whole persona in order to get back at his enemies. Dantes becomes a number of different people in order to carry out his plans. The changes Dantes went through made his different stages as a sailor and later
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Count of Monte Cristo is a very powerful book.
So powerful in fact, that was controversial when it was
first released. The Catholic church in France condemned it
because of its powerful message it presented the reader.
This theme w
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Count of Monte Cristo, written by Alexandre Dumas, tells the story of a man, Edmond Dantes, a sailor who goes through being betrayed by his enemies and thrown in to a dark prison cell to planning revenge on his enemies. His behavior and personality chan
The Count of Monte Cristo By: Alexandre Dumas
Type of Literary Work: Historical Novel
This book is an example of a historical Novel. It is historically accurate, and consists of characters that could have existed in the nineteenth century.
Theme:Judgment Day comes to us all inevitably. We all
THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO
The theme of The Count of Monte Cristo is one of vengeance and forgiveness, power and powerlessness. When Dantes is unfairly given a life-prison sentence by his enemies (Villefort, Danglars, and Fernand), he spends every waking moment planning his revenge. As soon as
The Count of Monte Cristo Journal
In the beginning of the book The Count of Monte Cristo we meet Edmond Dantès; he comes across as a model of honesty, ability, and innocence. "He was a fine tall, slim young fellow, with black eyes, and hair
King of Victory
Alexander Dumas, was born and raised in France when he wrote the book The Count of Monte Cristo. He compares and contrast, the events in his story using chess pieces. For example, a pony resembles a knight, a whistle is similar to a bishop, a count is turik, and a king has all the
The Count of Monte Cristo put forth several world views, spanning from prejudice, to the role wealth can play in social classes. The Count of Monte Cristo, started out as a sailor who lacked the money that his best friends family had. The count had something his friend didn't though and that made
Part One (Theme and Setting Questions)
1.Considering the following statement, "Revenge makes the avenger feel much better', find examples in the novel that prove or disprove the statement.
The novel proves that this statement is true because when Dantès found out the truth, he wanted nothing more
The Life of the Great Alexandre Dumas
Alexandre Dumas was a French novelist/playwright from the 1900's. He was born July 24, 1802 in Villes-Cotterêts and died December 5, 1870 and was buried at Villes-Cotterêts. Thomas Alexandre Dumas Mavey de la Pailleterie, Dumas' father, was from a noble Frenc
Critical Analysis #2
The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexander Dumas, is an adventure novel about a young man who is betrayed for reasons of jealousy and in the end gets his revenge. The novel addresses relatively evident themes. There are three main themes in The Count of Monte Cristo; they are r
Our political beliefs are often a driving force behind how we look at one another, make choices, and generally live our lives. In The Count of Monte Cristo, author Alexandre Dumas incorporates the conflict between the followers of Bonapartism and the followers of monarchy, or Royalists, of his time
An eye for and eye is the Count Of Monte Cristo concept for revenge toward Caderousse. Caderousse was a tailor. He was also the Count's father's landlord and neighbor. While Count was at sea, Caderousse demanded the return of his loan the Count from the Count’s father who by complying deprived him
Edmond Dantes: Reborn as the Count of Monte Cristo
Everyday people seem change themselves in one way or another, but sometimes people change their appearance and personality to the point where those who were close to them, can not even recognize them in a crowd. The Count of Monte Cristo, by Ale
The novel begins in 1815, when Dantès is a happy young man, about to become captain of Morrel’s ship The Pharaon and he is engaged to his fiancée, Mercedes. However, Dantès is unaware that his shipmate, Danglars, is jealous of his success and promotion as captain, and that Mercedes’ cousin Fe
whom Morrel deals, and in this form sees Morrel for the first time in fifteen years. Precise and formal, this persona is a phlegmatic, serious banking officer.
• Count of Monte Cristo — The persona that Edmond assumes when he escapes from his incarceration and while he carries out his dreadfu