Count Of Monte Cristo And Blessing Analysis

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Throughout the story ‘’The Count of Monte Cristo’’ and “Blessing” they both had different themes and the same theme. In the story the Blessing it was about 2 girls and how then enjoy climbing. Jesse has a friend and they go climbing together. In the story “The Count of Monte Cristo” It’s about A guy name Edmond that has a friend in jail. He friend was so close to him and Edmond didn’t know that him and the guy that’s in jail are going to become close of friends.
In the Story “The Count of Monte Cristo” The story was about Edmond heard a noise at the wall where he was lying down. There were some strange things at the prison. There were also some weird noises. He said that even if they were small noises are big noises he got up and looked to

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