El Conde de Montecristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) [NOOK Book]

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El conde de Montecristo es una novela de aventuras de Alexandre Dumas, père. A menudo se considera que, junto con Los Tres Mosqueteros, la obra más popular de Dumas. La escritura de la obra fue terminada en 1844. Al igual que muchas de sus novelas, que se expande de la trama describe sugerido por su colaboración escritor fantasma Auguste Maquet
La historia tiene lugar en Francia, Italia, islas en el Mediterráneo y el Levante durante los hechos históricos de 1815-1838 (a partir ...
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El Conde de Montecristo (The Count of Monte Cristo)

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Overview

El conde de Montecristo es una novela de aventuras de Alexandre Dumas, père. A menudo se considera que, junto con Los Tres Mosqueteros, la obra más popular de Dumas. La escritura de la obra fue terminada en 1844. Al igual que muchas de sus novelas, que se expande de la trama describe sugerido por su colaboración escritor fantasma Auguste Maquet
La historia tiene lugar en Francia, Italia, islas en el Mediterráneo y el Levante durante los hechos históricos de 1815-1838 (a partir de poco antes de los Cien Días hasta el reinado de Luis Felipe de Francia). El contexto histórico es un elemento fundamental del libro. Es una historia de aventuras ocupa principalmente de temas de la esperanza, la justicia, la venganza, la misericordia y el perdón.
Dumas se ha indicado que tuvo la idea de la venganza en El Conde de Montecristo de una historia que había encontrado en un libro compilado por Jacques Peuchet, un archivista de la policía francesa, publicada en 1838 después de la muerte del autor.Dumas incluyó este ensayo en una de las ediciones de 1846.] Peuchet relacionados con la historia de un zapatero llamado Pierre Picaud, que vivía en Nimes en 1807.Picaud se había comprometido para casarse con una mujer rica, pero tres amigos celosos le acusaron falsamente de ser un espía de Inglaterra. Fue encarcelado durante siete años. Durante su encarcelamiento, un compañero de prisión moribundo le legó un tesoro escondido en Milán. Picaud fue liberado en 1814. Tomó posesión del tesoro y volvió con otro nombre a París. Picaud pasó diez años planeando su venganza con éxito contra sus antiguos amigos. En otro de los "True Stories" Peuchet relata la historia de un terrible asunto de la intoxicación en una familia. Esta historia, también se cita en la edición de la Pléiade, evidentemente, ha servido como modelo para el capítulo de los asesinatos dentro de la familia Villefort. La introducción a la edición de la Pléiade menciona otras fuentes de la vida real: el abate Faria realmente existió y murió en 1819 después de una vida con mucha semejanza a la de la Faria en la novela.En cuanto a Dantés, su destino es muy diferente de su modelo en el manuscrito Peuchet, ya que este último es asesinado por el "Caderousse" de la trama. Pero Dantés tiene "alter ego" en otras dos obras de Dumas: en primer lugar en "Paulina" de 1838, entonces, más significativamente, en "Georges" de 1843 donde un joven de ascendencia negro se prepara una venganza contra la gente blanca que había humillado él.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012630995
  • Publisher: ADNUP Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/4/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 241,728
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2011

    This is not Spanish, Don't get it!!

    Thes eBook is not in spanish, it seems an electronic translator was used form other language and its impossible to read in spanish as it makes no sense at all. Don't get this eBook.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2011

    traduccion terrible

    la traduccion algunas veces no tiene sentido, entonces lees muchas veces sin comprender lo que lees. Hay palabras en ingles
    mezcladas.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 2, 2011

    No lo compre

    No lo compre tienr muy mala traduccion.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 12, 2011

    Horrible translation

    This book was translated very poorly and in some sections, not at all. I was unable to get past page 5 (and this is one of my favorite books!).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2012

    Horrible Translation!!

    This is translation is terrible. It looks like they did a google translation of the book. The grammar is awful.

    Esta traducci¿n es un desastre. Parece ser que lo tradujeron usando Google Translate. Es imposible leerlo.

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

    Dont Buy

    I prefer to read in español, but this book the translation is very bad, I wasnt able to read not even a page!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2011

    Una Historia Muy Bonita!!!!!

    EL Conde de Montecristo es una de las mejores histories que he leido en mi vida! Es muy interesante y perfecto!

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