The Count of Monte Cristo

Notes

  1. ^ On p. 140 of the Pléiade edition the governor at the Château d'If is promoted to a position at the castle of Ham, which is the castle where Louis Napoleon was imprisoned 1840-46.
  2. ^ Thomas Alexandre Dumas was also known as Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie.
  3. ^ "État civil du Comte de Monte-Cristo" is included in the Pléiade edition (Paris, 1981) as an "annexe".

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