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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo


by Alexandre Dumas

The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter 114 Summary


  • Danglars's plan is to cash in the Count's receipt for five million francs at Thomas and French, the investment firm.
  • Peppino, a bandit who works for Luigi Vampa, learns of Danglars's plan to collect this huge amount of money.
  • Danglars is captured en route from Rome to Venice the following day.
  • Danglars is taken to Vampa who throws him in a jail cell.
  • There's a bed in the jail cell.
  • Danglars believes he will be ransomed off for a reasonable amount of money, and that he'll be free to go soon enough. He goes to sleep on the bed in his cell.

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