The Count of Monte Cristo

How does Danglars think he might use his daughter to solve his financial problems?

A question on my summer reading that need help with. Cant find it anywhere in the book. This book so so confusing, I think I might understand, and then I read a summary on the internet and it is completely different and I missed so many things that were important.

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I think that Albert is going to be forced to marry Dangler's daughter thus securing a sizeable sum of money for Danglers. Yes this is a rather long book, I hear you!