The Count of Monte Cristo
Suggestions for Further Reading
Charlton, D. G. The French Romantics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
Hemmings, F. W. J. The King of Romance. London: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1979.
Kelly, Linda. The Young Romantics: Victor Hugo, Sainte-Beuve, Vigny, Dumas, Musset, and George Sand and Their Friendships, Feuds, and Loves in the French Romantic Revolution. New York: Random House, 1976.
Lucas-Dubreton, J. The Fourth Musketeer: The Life of Alexandre Dumas. New York: Century Bookbindery, 1989.
Ross, Michael. Alexandre Dumas. London: David and Charles, 1981.
Stowe, Richard. Alexandre Dumas (père). Boston: Twayne Publishing, 1976.
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The Sultan of Monte Cristo is a return to the great classic writing of
the late 19th century.Written as a sequel to the long time loved and
treasured adventure novel The Count of Monte Cristo,Sultan of
Monte Cristo pays great tribute to the original by remaining full of
intrigue and adding more seductive romance with the harem of the
The many exploites of the Sultan leaves you wondering how could
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by KingSize4, May 02, 2013
This for the full version if your not reading the full version this will get you even more confused than the book does. The Count of Monte Christo is a good book but not when your confused about the Plot i'm in the middle of reading it and think the spark notes really help.