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The Count Of Monte Cristo Character Profiles

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The Count of Monte Cristo Character Profiles
The Count Of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo is a cold, intelligent and sly man who after getting sent to prison for a crime he did not commit comes to believe that he is the hand of god or an avenging angel.He has many different personality traits including the ones I already told you. Some more traits are that he is patient,vengeful,elegant,cosmopolitan,witty and distant. Monte Cristo’s physical attributes are different from when he was Dantes.They are that he is about six feet tall,has black hair,is in his forties,is slender but muscular,has piercing blue eyes,is gritty and is pretty strong.

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He basically is a man around fifty years old,is pretty tall and is slim.His personality basically stays the same throughout the whole novel showing that he is very clever,greedy,ambitious,cruel and selfish. Some more things about him are that he is very sombre and irritating to others. All in all he is not very well liked in the beginning and in the end.

M. Villefort is the blindly ambitious public prosecutor responsible for sentencing Dantes to life in prison.Villefort is Monte Cristo’s worst enemy as he uses his own power to judge people and give out punishment.He is also very ambitious,determined,selfish and antisocial. He is also a very powerful man who is also arrogant.His looks are that he is middle aged,thin,yellow skin tone,deep set eyes and dresses really well mostly in black but with a white tie.

Mme.Villefort is Villefort’s murderous wife who is devoted wholly to her son.She turns to crime in order to insure that her son inherits the family fortune. She does not have a very pretty personality basically she is evil,greedy,a killer and is jealous of anyone in the way of her son getting the family fortune.While her personality is not very pretty she is a beautiful woman with curly hair and is thirty six years old. She is not a good person in that she poisons some people for money even though it is done out of love for her son.

M. de Morcerf is really Ferdinand the fisherman who betrayed Dantes because he was in love with Mercedes. Military glory brought him his fortune, and he changed his name to Count de Morcerf. His personality does not have any really good quality except that he loves Mercedes.Some bad qualities that he has are that he is selfish,,greedy,determined and disliked by a lot of his enemies. When he was young he was strapping,had black eyes,was...

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