Alexandre Dumas

Alexander Dumas (1802–1870), author of more than ninety plays and many novels, was well known in Parisian society and was a contemporary of Victor Hugo. After the success of The Count of Monte Cristo, Dumas dumped his entire fortune into his own Chateau de Monte Cristo-and was then forced to flee to Belgium to escape his creditors. He died penniless but optimistic.

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Count Of Monte Cristo: The Wild And Wanton Edition Volume 5
Count Of Monte Cristo: The Wild And Wanton Edition Volume 4
The Count Of Monte Cristo: The Wild And Wanton Edition Volume 3
Count Of Monte Cristo: The Wild and Wanton Edition Volume 1
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