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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

  

by Alexandre Dumas

Coclès

Character Analysis

As both house servant to the Morrel family and cashier for the firm of Morrel and Son, Coclès is one of the last outsiders left remaining when the chips are down. Even after the death of the older Morrel, he remains in the service of the Herbault family. Talk about commitment.

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