The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

by

Alexandre Dumas

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(Baron) Danglars Character Analysis

Another of the plotters, Danglars rises from the position of cargo manager on a ship to being an esteemed banker in Paris. He has made his fortune via financial speculation, and this is enough for him to gain renown across France and much of western Europe. Danglars considers himself to be on the same plane as the Rothschilds and other esteemed banking families, but when the Count comes to Paris, this lie unravels. By asking Danglars to give him “unlimited” credit (as the other famous banks have), the Count systematically begins a campaign to insinuate that Danglars’s fortune is not so large as he claims—and, at the same time, to help erode that fortune by using various means to influence foreign markets and cause Danglars to lose his investments. By the end of the novel, the Count has entirely ruined Danglars and has thwarted Danglars’ attempts to marry his daughter, Eugenie, to a wealthy family. Danglars is forced to barter away nearly all his money to escape the predations of Louis Vampa and his bandits.

(Baron) Danglars Quotes in The Count of Monte Cristo

The The Count of Monte Cristo quotes below are all either spoken by (Baron) Danglars or refer to (Baron) Danglars. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Penguin edition of The Count of Monte Cristo published in 2003.
Chapter 4 Quotes

Come on, come on ... I think that the matter is properly under way now, and all we have to do is to let it take its course.

Related Characters: (Baron) Danglars (speaker), Caderousse
Page Number: 39
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Chapter 96 Quotes

Who is this Andrea Cavalcanti, then?

A former convict who escaped from the penitentiary of Toulon.

Related Characters: (Baron) Danglars (speaker), Benedetto / Andrea Cavalcanti
Page Number: 1050
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(Baron) Danglars Character Timeline in The Count of Monte Cristo

The timeline below shows where the character (Baron) Danglars appears in The Count of Monte Cristo. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 1 – Marseille – Arrival
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...the ship and readies it for “mooring and mourning.” Morrel meets with a man named Danglars, who, as the “supercargo” of the ship, is in charge of the precious cargo it... (full context)
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Dantes also mentions to Morrel and Danglars that he caught sight of, and spoke to, Napoleon at Elba. Napoleon asked after the... (full context)
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...no state to write a letter at all. Dantes also reports, on Morrel’s questioning, that Danglars is a well-qualified supercargo and that he would retain him in that role, although the... (full context)
Chapter 2 – Father and Son
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...an uneasy Dantes leaves to find Mercedes, Caderousse leaves Dantes’ father and heads downstairs where Danglars has been waiting. It is revealed that the two are united in their hatred for... (full context)
Chapter 3 – Les Catalans
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...few seconds in Dantes’ presence, Fernand flees Mercedes’ hut; outside, he runs into Caderousse and Danglars, two men he does not know. They invite Fernand to drink wine with them. (full context)
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...Mercedes walk out happily past the tavern where the three men are sitting. Caderousse and Danglars speak to Dantes with false joy of his upcoming wedding and his visit to Paris,... (full context)
Chapter 4 – The Plot
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Danglars does not immediately reveal to Fernand that he has a plan to punish Dantes and... (full context)
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...also admits that Dantes has done nothing wrong and that they should not kill him. Danglars tells Fernand that, indeed, killing Dantes would be too severe, and that it would be... (full context)
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Danglars asks a waiter for pen, ink, and paper. He shows to Fernand, and to the... (full context)
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After Danglars writes “To the Crown Prosecutor” on the letter, he starts to give it to Fernand.... (full context)
Chapter 5 – The Betrothal
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...of the Pharaon, Fernand (whom Mercedes now refers to as her “brother,” to his chagrin), Danglars, and Caderousse. The narrator notes that Caderousse only dimly remembers what happened the previous night... (full context)
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Caderousse tells Danglars, in an aside, that it’s a “good thing” they didn’t “trick” Dantes as they were... (full context)
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The police arrest Dantes, though they do not say for what crime. Caderousse turns to Danglars and, in an aside, wonders if the “trick” has been played after all. Danglars said... (full context)
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At this, Caderousse accuses Danglars, again in an aside, of playing the trick after all. Danglars does not admit to... (full context)
Chapter 7 – The Interrogation
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...the only person who knows if this letter’s existence (so Dantes thinks, not knowing that Danglars might suspect it) and so, in an instant, Villefort develops a devious plan. (full context)
Chapter 13 – The Hundred Days
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...allowed to commence, as the Saint-Merans, Royalists to the core, are allowed back into society. Danglars, afraid during the Hundred Days that Dantes would return, asks Morrel to be shipped to... (full context)
Chapter 17 – The Abbe’s Cell
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...story again, focusing on the captaincy of the Pharaon, and the Abbe pieces together that Danglars must have caught sight of the letter from Napoleon to Noirtier and used this letter,... (full context)
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...understand these matters. When the Abbe worries aloud that Dantes is plotting revenge against Villefort, Danglars, Fernand, and Caderousse, Dantes begs him to speak on the subject no more, and the... (full context)
Chapter 21 – The Island of Tiboulen
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...to himself that he will find his father and Mercedes, and seek revenge on Fernand, Danglars, Caderousse, and Villefort. (full context)
Chapter 26 – At the Sign of the Pont du Gard
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...be divided among Dantes’ “last friends on earth.” The Abbe claims these friends were: Caderousse, Danglars, Fernand, Mercedes, and Dantes’ father. The Abbe notes that Dantes’ father is dead, and that... (full context)
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...has much to gain in telling his story, since as he is about to report, Danglars and Fernand were really no friends at all to Dantes. La Carconte, still sitting on... (full context)
Chapter 27 – Caderousse’s Story
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...broadly speaking, moving and affecting. Caderousse goes on to describe the fortunes of Fernand and Danglars, who defrauded and imprisoned Dantes out of jealousy, for his fiancee and for his position... (full context)
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...he behaved without honor in the past, he is not as guilty as Fernand and Danglars are. (full context)
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Caderousse reports that Danglars went swiftly to Spain after Dantes’ imprisonment, invested money in companies supplying the French army,... (full context)
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...French against the Spanish in a later war in 1823, only to meet up with Danglars, whose banking career in Spain was just beginning. After some shrewd investing, Fernand too made... (full context)
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...enormous sum of money, which he used to return to Paris and establish himself, as Danglars did, in a giant home and with a royal title for himself: the Count de... (full context)
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...does not, that he and Villefort were never friends, but that he expects Villefort, like Danglars and Fernand, has found fortune from Dantes’ misfortune. Having heard enough, the Abbe hands over... (full context)
Chapter 28 – The Prison Register
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...notice this) for Dantes’ case as well. The “envoy” thus sees the original note that Danglars wrote, with his left hand, along with Villefort’s letter, written on Morrel’s urging during the... (full context)
Chapter 30 – September the Fifth
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It occurs to Morrel to ask Danglars, whose fortune is so vast, to guarantee another set of loans for the firm to... (full context)
Chapter 39 – The Guests
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...in a bachelor’s apartment behind the main house. Albert receives an invitation from a Mme Danglars, to which he is slow to respond. After describing Albert’s rich habitation at length, the... (full context)
Chapter 40 – Breakfast
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Albert reveals that he is engaged to the daughter of the Baron Danglars, now one of the most prominent bankers in Paris, and says that her name... (full context)
Chapter 46 – Unlimited Credit
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The chapter opens with the Baron Danglars stopping by Monte Cristo’s Paris home. He has found out that Monte Cristo has... (full context)
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...including the Rothschilds’ firm, have also offered him unlimited lines of credit, at which point Danglars is so impressed he agrees to work with the Count. However, he wonders aloud how... (full context)
Chapter 47 – The Dapple-Greys
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Danglars introduces the Count to his wife, Madame Danglars (also known as Hermine), and to Lucien... (full context)
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...purchased her two most prized horses, the “dapple greys” that were the talk of Paris. Danglars admits, with embarrassment, that someone offered double for the horses that morning, and they were... (full context)
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Danglars is once again embarrassed by the Count, who, since the morning, has taken every opportunity... (full context)
Chapter 48 – Ideology
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...the Count replies with cutting disdain, the same as he has used with Morcerf and Danglars. The Count insists that, while other men might be afraid of Villefort as an engine... (full context)
Chapter 53 – Robert Le Diable
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...dialogue. All the members of Parisian society so far described in the novel are present: Baroness Danglars, who is revealed to be having an affair with Lucien Debray; Hermine and the... (full context)
Chapter 56 – Andrea Cavalcanti
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...he invites both to his house at Auteuil that weekend, to meet, among others, the Baron Danglars, who is to give them their newly-official inheritance. Both Cavalcantis agree to this date,... (full context)
Chapter 61 – How to Rescue a Gardener from Dormice Who are Eating His Peaches
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...in the Spanish stock market, caused by a supposed political upheaval there. This upheaval causes Danglars, a cautious banker, to lose over 1 million francs—all at the Count’s prompting, as he... (full context)
Chapter 62 – Ghosts
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...guests after the food has been served. The Count sees that Lucien Debray, Chateau-Renaud, the Baron Danglars (angry from his losses on the market), Hermine Danglars, Villefort and Heloise, and Major... (full context)
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...characters intertwine with the servant’s story of a Corsican vendetta. Bertuccio, shocked, sees that Hermine Danglars, the Baron’s wife, is in fact the woman with whom Villefort was having an affair,... (full context)
Chapter 65 – A Domestic Scene
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The narrator turns to the Danglars’ home, where Lucien Debray visits the Baroness, asking what is on her mind after the... (full context)
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The Baron then has a private conversation with Hermine in her chambers. He reveals that he has... (full context)
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As a consequence, the Baron says that he will not allow Lucien to interfere with his financial matters, and that... (full context)
Chapter 66 – Marriage Plans
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The Baron Danglars comes to the Count’s home in Paris to meet with him about business matters... (full context)
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...that the Major has a great deal of wealth to his name, and that the Baron would be in a good position if he were to do business with Andrea as... (full context)
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When the Count asks whether the name of Morcerf is an ancient heraldry, the Baron admits to him that the Morcerf family “bought” its name with wealth acquired through a... (full context)
Chapter 68 – A Summer Ball
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...has two reasons: first, because he wishes very much to arrange a marriage between Eugenie Danglars and Andrea Cavalcanti (which Baron Danglars also wants); and second, because Mercedes has mentioned she... (full context)
Chapter 70 – The Ball
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...a hot July night, and many gather to celebrate, though they complain of the heat. Danglars learns from the Count, when he makes his much-anticipated arrival, that some of his German... (full context)
Chapter 76 – The Progress of the Younger Cavalcanti
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The Count pays a visit to the Danglars home, where he sees Andrea Cavalcanti singing at the piano with Eugenie and her friend... (full context)
Chapter 78 – A Correspondent Writes from Janina
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The chapter opens with Fernand de Morcerf meeting Danglars at the latter’s home. Morcerf is there, finally, to confirm what the two men have... (full context)
Chapter 81 – The Retired Baker’s Room
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...his “father,” via the Count, who is managing the income for him by drawing on Danglars’ bank. Danglars is convinced that Andrea comes from not one but two rich families, maternal... (full context)
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...where he is living as a “retired baker.” There, Caderousse says that he has known Danglars and Fernand for many years, although Andrea cannot believe this is true. He says that... (full context)
Chapter 82 – Breaking and Entering
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...the Count is wearing underneath. The Count then forces Caderousse to sign a letter to Danglars, saying that Andrea is in fact Benedetto, a criminal and no nobleman. The Abbe/Count then... (full context)
Chapter 84 – Beauchamp
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...to control himself as he thinks of a next step. Beauchamp implies that perhaps the Danglars family has been involved in this, hoping to discredit the marriage between Albert and Eugenie,... (full context)
Chapter 87 – Provocation
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...and Beauchamp says that during his trip to Janina, he heard that an emissary of Danglars’ was there just two weeks previously. Albert is instantly convinced that Danglars is behind the... (full context)
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In front of Andrea, who is standing in the main receiving room, Albert challenges Danglars to admit to his wrongdoing against Fernand. Danglars says that it was really nothing personal,... (full context)
Chapter 95 – Father and Daughter
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Eugenie requests a formal meeting with Danglars, in whom she confides that she no longer wishes to marry anyone, especially Andrea Cavalcanti,... (full context)
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...and that will not, she insists, interrupt his plan for obtaining the loan from Andrea. Danglars seems to appreciate this negotiation on Eugenie’s part, and they shake hands before Eugenie readies... (full context)
Chapter 96 – The Marriage Contract
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...Eugenie, and that he will have his own money invested in the railways on which Danglars seems to be betting enormously in the financial markets. Andrea thanks the Count for arranging... (full context)
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At the signing ceremony, Danglars proudly presents Eugenie, who has assented to the marriage and signed the contract. But the... (full context)
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...disappears from the room, only to be sought after by gendarmes who have visited the Danglars’ home to arrest him. They charge him with the murder of Caderousse, assert that Andrea’s... (full context)
Chapter 97 – The Road for Belgium
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After the commotion has taken place, Danglars and his wife lock themselves in their separate chambers, and Eugenie, with her friend Louise,... (full context)
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...then go out on the main road to Belgium, from which time, the narrator asserts, Danglars “has a daughter no longer.” (full context)
Chapter 99 – The Law
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The Baroness Danglars, unsure what to do with herself and believing that Eugenie and Danglars are both... (full context)
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Nevertheless, the Baroness pleads her case on behalf of Benedetto, saying that, if he is a murderer, he... (full context)
Chapter 104 – The Signature of Baron Danglars
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...for Valentine commences, and the narrator shifts his attention to a commercial interaction between the Baron Danglars and the Count, who spots him outside his home. The Count says he would... (full context)
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It turns out that this hospice also has 5 million francs drawn on the Baron. This rather complex set of banking conversations reduces to the simple fact that the Baron... (full context)
Chapter 106 – The Share-Out
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...quiet building in an outlying neighborhood of Paris. In one of the apartments, which Mme Danglars and Lucien Debray have used as a hideout, the two of them discuss the former... (full context)
Chapter 110 – The Indictment
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Villefort becomes extremely pale and a cry goes up from the audience, where the Baroness Danglars has been watching the events unfold. The judges pause and ask if Benedetto can... (full context)
Chapter 114 – Peppino
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The narrative turns to Danglars, who has fled to Rome and drawn on the credit of Thomson and French, where... (full context)
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But in the night, Danglars realizes that his coach has been overtaken and that Peppino has drawn him along back... (full context)
Chapter 115 – Luigi Vampa’s Bill of Fare
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Peppino, the jailor in the catacombs, announces to Danglars the next day that, if the banker would like to eat, he must pay 100,000... (full context)
Chapter 116 – The Pardon
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Danglars continues bargaining his money, thousands by thousands, so that he might eat in the prison... (full context)