The Count Of Monte Cristo- Explain how in The Count of Monte Cristo Edmond Dantes is considered as evil or immoral based solely on his actions.
In many works of literature, a character is considered evil or immoral based solely on his/her actions. In the book The Count of Monte Cristo, the author Alaxandre Dumas creates sympathy in the reader by portraying Edmond Dantes as a hardworking and loyal sailor who is victimized by his friends. Later, after getting out of jail he seeks revenge on his foes.
Early in the book Dumas portrays Dantes as a good person. He is an ambitious man who has a chance to captain a ship at an early age because he was a loyal and hard worker to M. Morrel, the ship owner. Also he had been loyal to his frail…
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