The Count of Monte Cristo

Why is this part of the story set during the Carnival?

Ch.26-29. Please help I'm in a hurry.....

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I guess the Carnival includes some entertaining beheadings. There is a discussion between The Count and two young men about the limits and shortcomings of human justice. The Count appears to be slightly obsessed with the idea of justice being served.