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The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas's epic story of a brave man's search for revenge, was a hit when it first hit Parisian streets in 1844, and it remains popular with readers today. That this large-scale novel possesses a breathtaking cinematic quality has become a truism; with more than half a dozen film adaptations could it be otherwise? Edmond Dantès' multiple disguises and close brushes with exposure gives the fiction an appeal that renews itself with each episode. This Barnes & Noble leatherbound hardcover presents this world literature classic in the splendor that it deserves.