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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

  

by Alexandre Dumas

The Count of Monte Cristo Chapter 92 Summary

The Suicide

  • The Count begins to think about Haydée in a romantic light. He realizes that he might have feelings for her in the way that he used to have feelings for Mercédès.
  • Fernand bursts into the Count's house and challenges him to a duel. He's super mad that his son didn't go through with the duel.
  • Fernand wants to know who the Count really is.
  • The Count quickly changes into the clothes of a sailor, and, completely shocked, Fernand realizes that the Count is really Edmond Dantès.
  • Fernand runs home to find his wife and son leaving him for good.
  • Fernand shoots himself in the head.

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