Revenge. That was the primary motivation that had taken hold of Edmund Dantes, the main character in Alexandre Dumas’ novel The Count of Monte Cristo.
After spending fourteen years in prison on trumped-up charges, Dantes could think of nothing else; he had to punish the people who had done...
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