Monte Cristo


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Monte Cristo

(mŏn'tē krĭs`tō, Ital. môn`tā krē`stō), unpopulated, rocky island, 6 sq mi (15.5 sq km), belonging to Italy, in the Tyrrhenian Sea between Corsica and the Italian coast. It owes its fame to the novel by Alexandre Dumas père, The Count of Monte Cristo.
References in classic literature ?
the caves of the small Island of Monte Cristo all I poss.
The Count of Monte Cristo,' which I had seen James O'Neill play that winter, was by the only Alexandre Dumas I knew.
And then Joe, with the air of a Monte Cristo, drew forth a ten, a five, a two and a one--all legal tender notes--and laid them beside Delia's earnings.
The storyline, which runs throughout, is classic Count of Monte Cristo, where a person of low degree rises to accomplish great things.
The Count of Monte Cristo Webster Theatre, Glasgow UNTIL 02.
I want a coffin made from old Monte Cristo cigar boxes, so mourners get a whiff of fine Cuban tobacco.
The event, Club Monte Cristo, will be hosted by Upstairs Downstairs, Adliya, from 9pm.
This action-packed adventure will entertain both young and old as the harrowing saga of the Count of Monte Cristo continues.
Scholars of English literature consider such topics as Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo and "The Sisters," Balzacian ghosts in "The Boarding House," a Flaubertian recipe for succes de scandale in Ulysses, St.
New E4 drama Revenge is based on The Count Of Monte Cristo, written by which author?
This piece ended with some interesting details: Sullivan "was prominent socially in New London and had been a close friend of James O'Neill, father of Eugene O'Neill, the playwright, and himself the famous actor of the Monte Cristo role.
The Bedale Members race is held in conjunction with the West of Yore Hunt and Monte Cristo has run very well in this race in the past.