O Conde de Monte Cristo

O Conde de Monte Cristo

Alexandre Dumas / Jul 16, 2019

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  • Title: O Conde de Monte Cristo
  • Author: Alexandre Dumas
  • ISBN: 849789491
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover
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      • Alexandre Dumas

        This note regards Alexandre Dumas, p re, the father of Alexandre Dumas, fils son For the son, see Alexandre Dumas fils.Alexandre Dumas, p re French for father , akin to Senior in English , 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 correspondent.Excerpted from.


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    1. 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.


    2. Waouh! justewaouh! Quelle lecture, quelle aventure, quel voyage! Ça fait un moment qu'un livre ne m'a pas autant transcendée, fascinée, impressionnée, privée de mes mots. C'est l'histoire d'un amour, c'est l'histoire d'une vengeance, c'est l'histoire d'une innocence bafouée, d'un pays capricieux, de politiciens sans scrupules, de jalousie aveugle, c'est l'histoire d'une amitié et d'un projet pas comme les autres! This book is.is book is life, and so much more!


    3. Um livro que não envelheceu nada bem, apesar da trama central continuar imensamente atual, já que toca sentimentos estruturais de todos nós — esperança, justiça, vingança —, muitos dos detalhes que compõem este livro foram completamente ultrapassados pelo conhecimento científico — tanto da história, como da química, da psicologia ou neurociências. Dumas não se coíbe de emitir opiniões a par e passo, provavelmente por precisar de preencher páginas, já que o romance surgiu co [...]


    4. [Around the World challenge: France] Dumas, Maquet, peu importe qui a vraiment écrit ce livre, c’est un génie. L’histoire allie un héros charismatique, rafiné et intelligent à une intrigue de vengeance, soit pour moi l’une des meilleures recettes en littérature. J’ai adoré pour chaque intrigue ce moment où les pièces du puzzle s’assemblent, où le lecteur réalise par lui-même à quel point Monte-Cristo tient toujours entre ses mains les ficelles du destin des personnages. Ce [...]


    5. 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 mel 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, Dantès 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 magist [...]


    6. La meilleure scène de ce volume: la description de l'île Monte-Cristo et la découverte du trésor - excellente gradation du suspense et surprenante intuition des sentiments contradictoires qui animent Dantès.Par contre, la pire scène concerne la récompense de Morrel, où le suspense artificiellement entretenu frise le mauvais-goût par le choix pour le spectacle à tout prix, car la salvation de dernière minute qui se veut un coup de théâtre est en effet d'une cruauté ni même raffiné [...]


    7. Mi accosto sempre con molta prudenza nel recensire un grande classico che ha duecento anni, perchè decisamente quello che c'è d'importante e significativo di questa opera è stato sicuramente esposto in mille e più modi; dunque si rischia di cadere nel già detto e risulta a chi legge la recensione che nulla si porti di nuovo. Allora esporrò quelle che sono le mie sensazioni e i mei pensieri derivati dalla lettura di questo libro: la storia è bellissima, i personaggi meravigliosi, lo scenar [...]


    8. 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 now was something like 46+ hours of audiobook. But read SO AMAZINGLY WELL (yay John LeeI'd definitely listen to more of 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 weaves's just unbelievable. How things all tie in together [...]


    9. 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 [...]


    10. 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 much more to the story! It's truly an amazing book and a st [...]


    11. Une œuvre remarquable et étonnante de modernité ! On ne voit pas le temps passer tant le rythme est enlevé, l'action dense et la trame romanesque flamboyante.


    12. Une histoire qui se lit avec plaisir et qui nous tient en haleine jusqu'au bout même si quelques éléments manquent de crédibilité.Bon, passons à la suite !


    13. J'ai ENFIN fini ce livre qui, je l'avoue, m'a semblé interminable tant je l'ai lu en discontinu Je mets 3,5 car: j'aime l'histoire, mais je trouve que le format et l'écriture rendent la lecture un peu longue. Je n'ai jamais lu un livre qui m'a paru autant "cinématographique" que celui-ci. En lisant, j'ai vraiment eu la sensation de voir un film et j'avoue que cela m'a un peu lassé sur la longueur. Les scènes s'enchainent d'un endroit à un autre, avec des nouveaux personnages assez réguli [...]



    14. I actually thought I enjoy this more then i ended up enjoying it.It was good, but in now ways great for me.I didn't really get into the story, or cared for the characters, I found the reason for imprisonment completely stupid and from that point on the story kind of started to drag, which means the story dragged from page 100 onI did kind of like the way the story I say told and i know a lot of people were imprisonment during that time in history for no reason other than someone didn't like them [...]


    15. I would call this one a strange mix of soap opera and philosophical. It is very entertaining to read, I certainly see why Dumas' works has such an appeal for the movie industry. I've read somewhere that around 200 movies are based on his works. He is a writer that is very good with plots, subplots and things like that. If the story does not always sound completely credible, he does have a way of making it sound plausible- or at least fun to read. I started reading The Count of Monte Christo a lo [...]


    16. "There is neither happiness nor misery in the world; there is only the comparison of one state with another, nothing more. He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experience supreme happiness. We must have felt what it is to die, Morrel, that we may appreciate the enjoyment of living."Truly an epic. The best book I've ever read.


    17. Coup de coeur ! Que j'aime cette plume, les personnages, les dialogues, l'histoire bref, tout !Vivement la suite !!!!!


    18. So, mixed feelings about this book. It was hard work to get through, and in some places I felt like I was wading through thigh-high snow drifts. The dragginess in the middle can be attributed to the fact that Dumas was paid by the word. In the twenty-first century we are used to stories that are front-loaded and action-packed and resolve quickly. Written in 1844, Le Comte de Monte-Cristo was published in serial form and would have taken nearly a year to read. From the outset it was meant to have [...]


    19. In order to enjoy the Comte of Monte-Cristo has the potential to profoundly irritate the reader of the twenty-first century in a number of different ways. First, it was written in serial form which means that the reader is constantly being reminded of things that would have occurred in episodes published three months or more previously which can be distraction for the modern reader who would likely have read the section with the event within the previous two or three days. Second, because Dumas [...]


    20. Maître incontesté du roman d'aventure français, Dumas ne lésine pas sur les rebondissements dans Le Comte de Monte-Cristo. Il use et abuse de tout ce qu'on peut attendre du genre : trésor, trahison, amours contrariées, complot, soif de vengeance, bandits, jalousie, repentir, etc. Les méchants sont très méchants (et généralement il suffit d'une description physique pour qu'ils soient identifiés comme tels : leur visage et leur allure reflètent leurs mauvaises intentions) et les genti [...]


    21. Despite its daunting length (around 1550 pages), Monte Cristo is a thoroughly enthralling novel and a genuine masterpiece. Filled with various adventures and several vignettes about French (especially Parisian) life in the upper classes in the first half of the 19th century, it relates the story of Edmond Dantès, a merchant sailor, who was falsely imprisoned on accusations of conspiring for the return of Napoleon in 1815. His sojourn in the Château d’If gaol leads to a spectacular r [...]


    22. J'ai étudié ce roman à l'école quand j'étais en troisième preparatoire et c'était simplement magnifique, je l'ai aimé beaucoup que je l'ai fini même au debut de l'année avant de le finir à l'école c'était la première fois, après ca j'ai lu ce roman plus que 3 fois et chaque fois je sens la même joie Apart des souvenirs associés à ce roman, le roman lui même jouant sur le thème de la vengeance a réussi d'être le meilleur et le plus connu dans ce thème mon caractère préf [...]


    23. "Peut-être ce que je vais vous dire vous paraîtra-t-il étrange, à vous, messieurs les socialistes, les progressifs, les humanitaires; mais je ne m'occupe jamais de mon prochain, mais je n'essaye jamais de protéger la société qui ne me protège pas, et, je dirai même plus, qui généralement ne s'occupe de moi que pour me nuire; et en les supprimant de mon estime, et en gardant la neutralité vis-à-vis d'eux, c'est encore la société et mon prochain qui me doivent du retour.""J’ai dan [...]


    24. Finally!!! I don't even know why this took me so long to finish it. I did enjoy the story, but I believe that the writing style was the real problem. I felt like the author tried way to hard to have that "perfect written book" , and sometimes ,for a couple of pages, he just described things that you don't actually care about, things that doesn't influence the plot ,and it was simply boring at some points.I dont know when i am going to read the next volumes, but I'm so tired now,because I push my [...]


    25. Endormie trèèès tard hier soir, pour finir cette première partie trépidante.L'écriture est actuelle, rythmée, prenante ; Dantès est attachant, courageux et fort sexy^^ ; les paysages, les décors, sont subliment dépeints, et j'y ai retrouvé avec amour ma Provence familiale ; mon cœur a fait des bonds, et les larmes me sont parfois montées aux yeuxBref, la deuxième partie est d'ores et déjà dans mes mains, et j'ai comme l'impression qu'une partie de mon week-end va se passer au XIX [...]


    26. Finito il primo volume: dopo oltre 700 pagine la vendetta si profila vagamente all'orizzonte, ma siamo ancora nella fase dei preparativi.Ringrazio la mia allergia a sceneggiati televisivi e riduzioni cinematografiche: ho un'idea un po' fumosa della trama che mi aspetta, il che mi rende appassionante la lettura.


    27. I really enjoyed this book! Some parts were a little long-winded, but I loved the detail in Edmond's revenge against all those who had wronged him unjustly. There were some things that, hold your breath and wait for it, I wished were more like the movie **shocking intake of breath**, but overall I was very pleased and surprised that it has taken me until my present age now to read this book.


    28. Просто вау! Это единственная книга, причем довольно объемная, которую я прочитала в течении каких-то 8-9 дней. Сюжет затягивает, много личностей, много историй, судеб, которые переплетаются между собой. Совсем скоро начну читать второй том, дабы быстрее узнать, чем книга конч [...]



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