The Count of Monte Cristo

explain why the count of monte cristo refuse to eat anything in morcerf's house?

in chapter 1-6 , book 2

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The Count does not wish to break bread with Morcerf or eat in his home as it is believed to be a sign of friendship.


The Count of Monte Cristo

if he ate in their house it would mean that they are friends. you d not eat in an enemies home.