The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo

by

Alexandre Dumas

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Julie Morrel and Emmanuel Character Analysis

Julie is Old Morrel’s daughter and Emmanuel is his best, most devoted employee. Julie Morrel and Emmanuel marry and set up house in Paris, where the Count and Maximilien Morrel often visit them. Both are devoted to Lord Wilmore, agent of Thomson and French, whom they view as Old Morrel’s savior after he sent along money that saved Morrel’s firm from bankruptcy. Only much later in the novel do they realize that this “savior” was indeed their friend in Paris, the Count of Monte Cristo.
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Julie Morrel and Emmanuel Character Timeline in The Count of Monte Cristo

The timeline below shows where the character Julie Morrel and Emmanuel appears in The Count of Monte Cristo. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 29 – Morrel and Company
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...cashier of scrupulous accounting skills and great decency named Cocles, and a young man named Emmanuel, who has stayed in part because he wishes to marry Morrel’s daughter. The envoy from... (full context)
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...The envoy listens impassively to this news, only to be interrupted by the sound of Julie, Morrel’s daughter, bursting into the office. (full context)
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Julie announces to her father, still in the presence of the envoy, that the Pharaon has... (full context)
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...honor. Penelon thanks Morrel heartily on behalf of the other sailors, then departs, as does Julie, shaken by her father’s misfortune. (full context)
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...Morrel thanks the envoy heartily for his care and as the envoy leaves, he tells Julie in the hallway that she will, in September, receive a letter from a man named... (full context)
Chapter 30 – September the Fifth
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...learns that this loan has been flatly refused by Danglars, and so Morrel, his daughter Julie, his wife, Cocles, and Emmanuel come to believe that the firm really is doomed. By... (full context)
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As Julie and Emmanuel go off to see after this letter, Maximilien goes into his father’s study,... (full context)
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Just before 11 am, however, Julie bursts into the office where Morrel has been waiting with his pistols. Julie announces that,... (full context)
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The family is flabbergasted, and this is only compounded when Emmanuel, who has been separated from Julie, rushes into the room, where the Morrels and Cocles... (full context)
Chapter 40 – Breakfast
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...as much to the Count, and asks that the Count might visit him, his sister Julie, and his brother-in-law Emmanuel some day soon in the city, to which the Count agrees. (full context)
Chapter 49 – Haydee
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...devotion, and then the Count takes his leave for a visit to Maximilien Morrel, and Julie and Emmanuel. (full context)
Chapter 50 – The Morrels
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...another brief chapter, the Count pays a visit to the small but loving home of Emmanuel and Julie, and of Maximilien, who is staying with them while he’s posted in Paris... (full context)
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Julie and Maximilien mention the agent from Thomson and French—the man who left the bag of... (full context)
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The Count is then startled by Julie’s admission that Old Morrel believed the “real” agent of mercy to have been the ghost... (full context)
Chapter 88 – The Insult
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...absolutely win, and Morrel agrees to be his second. Morrel says he will also ask Emmanuel to join them the next morning at seven, before meeting Albert in the forest at... (full context)
Chapter 105 – The Pere Lachaise Cemetery
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...ceremony itself, overcome with grief. The Count then follows Morrel back to the home of Julie and Emmanuel, and his fears are justified, for as he walks into Morrel’s room unannounced,... (full context)
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...Old Morrel exactly ten years ago when that man was afraid he would become bankrupt. Julie and Emmanuel come upstairs, but the Count asks Morrel to reveal only that he is... (full context)
Chapter 112 – Departure
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The Count picks up Maximilien, saying goodbye to Julie and Emmanuel, who thank the Count once again for his service to Julie’s father so... (full context)