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The means of revenge and the end of the story are also different in the book and the film.
The book reveals Edmond’s plan to pay back to those who falsely accused him, causing him to serve a jail term of 14 years in Chateau d’If. Danglars and Fernard Mondego had falsely witnessed against him, claiming that he was a Bonapartist traitor (Dumas 10). Villefort order the imprisonment of Edmond. However, Edmond escapes from jail. He purchases an island after discovering that the treasure of Monte Cristo was in it, and he becomes the Count. He then proceeds to execute his plan of revenge by using his intellectualism and great richness to gain the social status that wittily attracts the enemies. After the three men have taken the bait, he begins to take revenge on them. He uncovers their past sins, corruption, crimes, and secrets. They get humiliated to an extent of getting insane and even committing suicide. He manipulates Danglars stocks and financial status in the bond market. Edmond lets the whole world know how, during the Greek independence war, Fernard betrayed a close friend by the name Ali Pasha, a Janina monarch. He also unearths how Ferdinand subsequently sold Ali Pasha’s wife and daughter into the system of slavery. Additionally, Edmond uncovers the old affair between Danglar’s wife and Villefort that result in the birth of a boy child. He reveals how Villefort buried the child alive because he saw him being stubborn. However, Villefort’s enemy saved the child, named him Benedetto, and took care of him. Benedetto works as a steward of Edmond’s property. Edmond humiliated Villefort by exposing the identity of the boy and circumstances of his life.
However, Edmond’s pursuit of revenge in the book does not make his love for friends and family to waiver. He buys all debts of Pierre Morrel to save him from a financial crisis. He accepts Dangler’s repentance, release him from prison, and allow him his small
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