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Jun 10th
"El Filibusterismo" and "The Count of Monte Cristo" Comparison PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 January 2011 16:05
Jesse Jose wrote: "Forgive my ignorance, but can you please clear me on this?" (Snipped) Pareng Jesse, Just like you, I am on the dark on this. But you raised a valid point. However since both novels are accepted for what they contain, it should be good enough to sideline the issue of who copied who. For all we know, neither did. Rizal's novel was based on the prevailing situation at that time. I haven't read much of Dumas' Count of Monte Cristo and perhaps I need to research a little bit to be able to come up with an intelligent response to your question. I suppose our grand knight Bobby Reyes would be able to give some insights. Thanks and best regards, Romy Marquez

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