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Old 02-16-2009, 11:45 PM   #1
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Flagg, Edmund: Monte Cristo’s Daughter [Monte Cristo Sequel], v1, 17 February 2009.

Edmund Flagg: Monte Cristo’s Daughter
Sequel to Alexander Dumas’ Great Novel, “The Count of Monte-Cristo,” And Conclusion of “Edmond Dantès.” (1884)

A continuation of “Edmond Dantès” [already uploaded] and another sequel to “The Count of Monte Cristo.” It is largely set in Italy and concerns the obstacles in the way of Zuleika’s marriage. Meanwhile, the Count’s son is obliged to defend his honour.
Readers will be surprised to find that a character who was conspicuously lesbian in the original Dumas novel is here married off. Fortunately, her lady friend joins the ménage. Several malefactors from the original novel reappear.

Monte Cristo sequels are listed here:
http://www.cadytech.com/dumas/work.php?key=81

I have left the rather idiosyncratic spelling alone, apart from a few obvious types. The source was PG. To my mind, the Flagg sequels are slightly less wooden than the Lermina one. They are somewhat better plotted, though the characterisation is stereotyped.
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