The Count of Monte Cristo
by Alexandre Dumas
The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter 36 Summary
The Carnival at Rome
- Because it's always good to start your day off right, the Count suggests that he and Franz and Albert watch a public execution before breakfast.
- Three men are on the chopping block, as it were, and one is given his freedom at the last minute. Who is it? You guessed it. Peppino, the fabulous shepherd.