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Notes on the Works of Dumas

from Notes on the Works of Dumas
concerning Le Comte de Monte Cristo

     Many forgeries and deriviative works have come from the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, but the only ones to come from the hand of Dumas, are the plays Monte Cristo, Le Comte de Morcerf, and Villefort.

By Jules Hippolyte Lermina

     Le Fils de Monte-Cristo
     Paris, L. Boulanger, 1881
     Bibliothèque Nationale de France Notice n° : FRBNF30797359

(This novel was adapted and published in English in two parts: The Wife of Monte Cristo and The Son of Monte Cristo in 1884. [British Library])
     Monte Cristo and the countess.
     New York, N. L. Munro [1884]
     Library of Congress Call Number 07034692

By Jean Charles Du Boys (1836-1873)

     La Comtesse de Monte-Christo
     Paris, E. Dentu, 1869
     Bibliothèque Nationale de France Notice n° : FRBNF30361216

     The Countess of Monte-Cristo.
     Philadelphia, T. B. Peterson & Brothers [c1884]
     Library of Congress Call Number 06035666

     The Countess of Monte-Cristo.
     New York, N. L. Munro [1884]
     Library of Congress Call Number 06034635

By Edmund Flagg (1815-1890)

     Edmond Dantes ... A sequel to The Count of Monte-Cristo.
     Philadelphia, T. B. Peterson & Brothers [c1878]
     Library of Congress Call Number 06041127

     Edmond Dantès.
     Philadelphia, T. B. Peterson & Brothers [c1884]
     Library of Congress Call Number 06041144

     Monte-Cristo's daughter; sequel to Alexander Dumas' great novel, the "Count of Monte-Cristo," and conclusion of "Edmond Dantes."
     Philadelphia, T. B. Peterson [1886]
     Library of Congress Call Number 75310850 //r963

By Alfredo Hogan:

    A Mão do Finado (Le main de défunt, The Hand of the Dead, Die Totenhand)
    written in Portuguese, and when translated into French, it was claimed to be by Dumas

By Paul Mahalin:

     Mademoiselle Monte-Cristo
     Paris : Librairie illustrée, (1896)
     Bibliothèque Nationale de France Notice n° : FRBNF30859575

By John Pennington Marsden:

     Milady Monte Cristo. A novel.
     Osgood & Co., London, 1895.
     British Library Shelfmark: 012628.g.17.

By others:

     Monte Cristo and his wife; a sequel to the Count of Monte Cristo
     New York, J. W. Lovell company [1887]
     Library of Congress Call Number 07034693 //r964

     The Bride of Monte-Cristo. A sequel to "The Count of Monte-Cristo."
     New York, G. Munro [c1884]
     Library of Congress Call Number 06026326

     La jeunesse de Monte-Cristo;
     (I do not know if this is claimed to be by Dumas)
     [Tours] Mame [1954]
     Library of Congress Call Number 55023745

Carmen Furtado's page has more information on the sequels to the story.

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