The Count of Monte Cristo

References

  1. ^ Schopp, Claude, Genius of Life, p. 325
  2. ^ Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo 2004, Barnes & Noble Books, New York. ISBN 978-1-59308-333-5. p. xxv (TCMC)
  3. ^ Etat civil du Comte de Monte-Cristo in Causeries, chapter IX (1857). See also the introduction of the Pléiade edition of Le comte de Monte-Cristo (1981)
  4. ^ Le Diamant et la Vengeance in Mémoires tirés des Archives de la Police de Paris, vol. 5, chapter LXXIV, p. 197
  5. ^ True Stories of Immortal Crimes, H. Ashton-Wolfe, 1931, E. P. Dutton & Co., pp. 16-17
  6. ^ David Coward (ed), Oxford's World Classics, Dumas, Alexandre, The Count of Monte Cristo, p. xxv
  7. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  8. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  9. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  10. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  11. ^ "The Morning Post Front Page". The Morning Post. February 26, 1846. Retrieved 14 January 2015. 
  12. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  13. ^ Dumas, Alexandre (1889). The Count of Monte Cristo. Little Brown and Company. 
  14. ^ Dumas, Alexandre (1889). The Count of Monte Cristo : or, The Adventures of Edmond Dantès. T.Y Crowell. 
  15. ^ Dumas, Alexandre (1955). The Count of Monte Cristo with an introduction by Richard Church. Collins. 
  16. ^ Munro, Douglas (1978). Alexandre Dumas Père: a bibliography of works translated into English to 1910. Garland Pub. pp. 91–92. 
  17. ^ TCMC p. xxiv
  18. ^ TCMC p. 601
  19. ^ TCMC p. xxiv
  20. ^ TCMC pp. xxiv–xxv
  21. ^ (Russian)Shakespeare and Le Comte de Monte-Cristo | The electronic encyclopedia World of Shakespeare
  22. ^ Lew Wallace (1906), Lew Wallace; an Autobiography P 936 ISBN 1-142-04820-9
  23. ^ (French)The Stars My Destination, Pastiche Dumas site
  24. ^ Fry says The Stars' Tennis Balls (2000) (entitled Revenge in the US, is "a straight steal, virtually identical in all but period and style to Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo"; most character names are anagrams or cryptic references from Dumas' work. See Fry, Stephen (2003) Revenge (Introduction) Random House Trade Paperbacks. ISBN 0-8129-6819-0
  25. ^ Pierre Milza (2004) Napoléon III. Perrin.
  26. ^ "David Goyer to Direct 'Count of Monte Cristo' Remake (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. 18 March 2013. Retrieved 4 October 2014. 
  27. ^ http://hem.passagen.se/vogler/skadespelare/fridh.htm
  28. ^ "BBC Radio 4 - Classic Serial, The Count of Monte Cristo, Episode 1". BBC. Retrieved 4 October 2014. 

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