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Alexandre Dumas (18021870) was the son of Napoleon’s famous general Dumas. A prolific author, his body of work includes a number of popular classics, including The Three Musketeers and The Man in the Iron Mask.
Robin Buss (19392006) was a writer and translator who worked for the Independent on Sunday and as television critic for the Times Educational Supplement. He was also the translator of a number of volumes for Penguin Classics.
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In "The Count of Monte Cristo," Alexandre Dumas weaves a tale of love, revenge, intrigue and adventure to make one of the greatest novels ever written.
Most editions of this novel is abridged, I highly recommend reading the unabridged version and I suggest this one translated by Robin Buss.
Enjoyed re reading the classic in a less abridged form. Mixed view on the format.Published 16 hours ago by Kappax
This was an engaging and captivating story. The writer has you anxiously waiting to see what will come next. How will the main character Edmund Dantes exact his ultimate revenge? Read morePublished 2 days ago by R. Meade
Great story however the ending was slightly disappointing. Revenge is such sweet sorrow. Im glad I finally read this classic. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J Kleinfeld
This is the definition of a true classic. After the first 50 pages I could not put it down.Published 6 days ago by Sean E Malady