The Count of Monte Cristo Penguin Classics
The Count Of Monte Cristo, Robin Buss
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What buyers say about The Count of Monte Cristo Penguin Classics
If you are a little bit artistic and have the patience, you can paint over the masks with a fabric paint pen and they will stay on the book.
I've read a few translations and seen a film about a man who is not very well-known, but it's not very close to the real story.
He was a master of deception who manipulated his audience like a virtuoso and kept them on tenterhooks by delaying the progress of the intrigue through meaningless deliberations in fancy phraseology and sprinkling it with references to God and Providence.
I don't think I need to review the novel itself, as you're no doubt a fan already if you're considering spending money on a fancy collectible edition, so I'll cut to the chase.
Edmund Dantes is the only one of the classics that has achieved vengeance and lives happily ever after.