The Count of Monte Cristo

how does danglars feel about dantes? how are his feelings revealed?

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Danglars is the mastermind behind the letter, which incriminates Dantes. He becomes captain of the Pharaon once Dantes is imprisoned. Dangleas blames Dentes for loosing money but we can also sense a little jealousy as well.

Said Danglars, casting Dantès a glance full of hatred, "he's young and he has no doubts about anything. As soon as the captain was dead he took command without consulting anyone, and he made us lose a day and a half at the Isle of Elba instead of coming straight back to Marseilles."