"The Count of Monte Cristo" by Edmond Dantes.
The want for prosperity has the power to drive those who seek it to perform
deliberate acts of corruption. An identifiable act of corruption that served as the means
for three men to obtain individual prosperity, whilst causing another man to be
condemned for life was the root for the predominant theme of corruption in The Count of
Monte Cristo. Each man who partook in the action of removing Edmond Dantes from his
position of employment, father, and fiancee sought to gain prosperity in separate
domains, M. Danglars in his occupation, M. de Villefort in his social standing, and
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