The Count of Monte Cristo (Mercedes)
Mercedes is referred to as the most brave and “good” character in this book. This holds true since of all she experienced. A few of the important things she had to handle were Edmond Dantes, his dad, Fernand, and the life she knew with Edmond and after that with Fernand. She also stressed over what was finest for her kid Albert. She was so kind and caring for Edmond’s dad showing her love and concern for others. Mercedes loved Edmond and his dad more than anything else. She was so delighted to see him when he got off the Pharaon. She had missed him a lot and now that he was home they could finally get wed.
When Edmond was jailed at their wedding event feast she was puzzled and frightened. She had no idea what would happen to her fiance. While Edmond remained in jail Mercedes looked after his daddy, up until he died from hunger in Mercedes’ arms. She waited on Edmond to return from jail a total of two years before she wed because she thought Edmond had died in prison. She was having a hard time with his death, however she understood he wasn’t coming home. Mercedes liked Fernand like a sibling, but nothing more than that, since he was constantly there for her.
She wound up marrying him after she came to the conclusion that Edmond had passed away in jail. She loved Fernand however she always remembered about her real love, Edmond. Fernand and Mercedes had a boy, Albert. Mercedes taught him the arts and whatever else that she knew. She helped him in any way she could. Mercedes was a great mom. When Mercedes and Albert found out that their household had no honorable reputation any longer, since Fernand had actually killed Ali Pasha and the word got out, they went home and loaded some of their lots of personal belongings.
They could have taken their money and treasures but they left them due to the fact that of where and who they had come from. They needed to leave town so they weren’t disrespected for having the last name of Morcerf. Albert enrolled in the Spahis, he said it was since they had the very best uniforms. He also needed a way to attend to his mom while she was alone. Mercedes was going to commit the rest of her life in a convent so she wouldn’t be all alone. Mercedes did many things that made her courageous and “good. She witnessed the arrest of her cherished future husband, she looked after and after that watched as her quickly to be dad in law died from hunger in her arms, she raised a great boy, and she was a great mother to him. She supported Albert’s decision to join the Spahis despite the fact that she didn’t want him to put himself in damage’s way. Mercedes would not accept aid from the Count of Monte Cristo, Edmond Dantes, because Albert wouldn’t have desired her to, and she wanted to respect his desires. Mercedes decided that due to the fact that Albert had actually joined the Spahis she would devote the rest of her life in a convent.