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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo


by Alexandre Dumas

The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter 115 Summary

Luigi Vampa's Bill of Fare

  • Things go downhill from the comfy night's sleep in Vampa's jail cell.
  • The next day, Danglars becomes really hungry and asks for food.
  • The bandits tell Danglars that he can order anything, but anything he orders will cost him a huge sum of money (like 100,000 francs per item).
  • Danglars can't help himself and asks for a chicken.

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