The Count of Monte Cristo is an adventure story primarily concerned with themes of hope, justice, revenge, grace and forgiveness. It focuses on a male who is wrongfully sent to prison, leaves from jail, acquires a fortune and goes about getting revenge on those accountable for his jail time. Nevertheless, his plans have ravaging repercussions for the innocent as well as the guilty.
The motion picture delves on a society of conspiracy and oppressions. It likewise focused on in between the rich and the bad people can or can not do when it comes to affect and power.
As a result, it informs us the rate we need to pay for being innocent and uneducated. Education is undoubtedly extremely essential for everyone. Furthermore, it relates to education as the source of guy’s liberation. In the start of the story, we satisfy Edmond Dantes. He encounters as a model of sincerity, ability, and innocence. He is a good-hearted and God-fearing individual, a sailor who had a bright future ahead at the moment he’s imprisoned: he will be promoted and to wed the lady he enjoyed so dearly.
But sadly, he has been betrayed by his own good friend named, Ferdinand Mondego and later takes his fiancé Mercedes as his own better half. Edmond Dantes was the victim of a regrettable coincidence, since of illiteracy, he does not understand how to check out and write, hence, he wasn’t able to understand what the letter is all about which was then a plan of disobedience by Bonaparte. He then was dealt with in a circumstance he never ever anticipated to come into his basic living.
It tells us how important education is to our lives. It is difficult to be uneducated. We require to find out for us to grow and to develop ourselves. And so, Dantes suffered excessive pain at the Chateau d’If specifically from his anniversaries severe punishments of ropes being struck on him on his back, and I truly feel very sorry for him, as if I wish to be there and show his innocence since he really is. Inside that hell, which was called by Dantes, Edmond nearly lost his trust to God.
But whenever he saw the carvings of the prison wall, stating “God will offer me justice”, he gets his hope up. That line appears to be very motivating and has lots of encouragement, and the hope it provided keeps Edmond Dantes alive. But time comes that Edmund lost his trust to God due to the fact that he waited for so long however there’s no God who concerned conserve him. He thought that God was never there in those times he needed his companion and was never ever a God of justice.
Thus, he never thought in God as if God never ever existed. Up until someone made him believe in God, which individual is Abbe Faria- a priest. The priest is truly like an angel sent out from heaven by God. He truly assisted Dantes a lot. He taught Dantes how to check out, compose and combat and much of all knowledge the priest understood. It was actually funny on the part when they practice fencing and after that Dantes was injured and he complained to the priest and the priest said “I’m a priest not a saint”.
This is how Edmond ends up being the Count, a man with a brilliant mind, intelligent; with possessions that grant him a new life, and begins his revenge to those people who betrayed him and suffered him difficulties in jail that even lead him to death. The story is somehow associated to El Filibusterismo and Noli Me Tangere. I discovered resemblances in them: Ibarra’s abduction and imprisonment and the undying love for Maria Clara in Noli Me Tangere, and his disguise as Simoun and vengeance in El Filibusterismo.
Rizal should enjoy checking out Alexander Dumas’ obra genius. In this movie, I heard the most admiring line about thinking in God. The priest said to Dantes, “You do not believe in God, He believes in you”. That line was truly inspiring. This reminds us that even in some way many barriers, hardships and issues that may come which we might experience everyday, we should find out to stand, have the will to survive in this sort of world that is full of trials in life and have the strength to hang on and defend our right to have flexibility. God is excellent certainly!