The Count of Monte Cristo

What are some specific examples from the book that the author uses suspense?

I am doing a book report and the book is difficult to understand in some places. it would help me greatly if someone would answer my question asap

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A few examples of suspense in The Count of Monte Cristo were;

1) The collapse of the tunnel.

2) Dantes escape from prison.

3) Dantes revealing of his identity to Ferdinand.

4) Dantes pending duel with Mercede's son.


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