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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

  

by Alexandre Dumas

Louise d'Armilly

Character Analysis

Louise d'Armilly is Eugénie Danglars's music teacher, best friend and, quite probably, lover. She is the more feminine of the two women – indeed, when the two escape following Eugénie's abortive wedding to "Prince Andrea Cavalcanti," she plays the young woman to Eugénie's young man.

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