Monte-Cristo's Daughter

Monte-Cristo's Daughter

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Monte-Cristo's Daughter by Edmund Flagg

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1885

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Monte-Cristo's Daughter

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"Monte-Cristo's Daughter," a wonderfully brilliant, original, exciting and absorbing novel, is the sequel to "The Count of Monte-Cristo," Alexander Dumas' masterwork, and the continuation and conclusion of that great romance, "Edmond Dantès." It possesses rare power, unflagging interest and an intricate plot that for constructive skill and efficient development stands unrivalled.

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y part, and throngs were unable to gain even admission. The vast audience was made up chiefly of the best and most fashionable society in Rome. It included many of the highest nobility, who occupied the boxes they held for the season. Everywhere the bright colored, elegant toilets of the ladies met the eye, while the gentlemen were brilliant in fête attire. Fresh young faces and noble old visages were side by side, the beauty of youth and the impressiveness of age, and the male countenances were not less striking than those of the females. Truly, it was a grand assemblage, one that should delight the heart and flatter the vanity of even the most capricious of prima donnas.

At first there was a low hum of conversation throughout the theatre, together with preliminary visits from box to box, but the flutter began to subside as the musicians appeared, and by the time they were in their places in the orchestra absolute silence reigned. When the conductor made his appearance he was greeted with a burs

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Slightly stunted vocabulary and, as a result, painfully predictable and pedestrian descriptions. Warning to those who are faithful to the Dumas original: contains little respect for the provoking enigma surrounding le vrai Conte. I am truly sorry not to have been able to give a better account.
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