- Dumas, Alexandre. The Count of Monte Cristo. unknown: unknown, 1844.
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Dantes is very close to his father. He takes care of him, respects him, and is compassionate when the need exists. This is the man Dantes is inside, and this is the man we see disappear for a time, as he puts his focus on vengeance.
Danglars, the ships accountant, who bears nothing but hate for Dantès. He is jealous of Dantès' quick elevation to captain. Danglars complains to M. Morrel that Dantès delayed the ship's progress at the Island of Elba for a day and a half.
Captain Lecleres had asked Dentes to deliver a package to Elba for him.