This set is based on many things in Dumas' story, The Count of Monte Cristo. The actual outfit represents Valentine and her dream-like mind. There is both an innocence and a theft of innocence in her story. Most everything, though, is symbolic of how Dumas portrays the human and French vice of greed, wealth, and power.
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4th place in group contest: The Parisian World of Writer Alexandre Dumas

4 sets from 4 members. Ended 6 years ago.
Alexandre Dumas (pere) penned novels such as The Count of Monte Cristo, The Man in the Iron Mask, The Three Musketeers, Queen Margot and many more. His themes spoke of valor, redemption and taking one's place in life. Enter all sets having to do with his works (movie adaptations too); bon chance!

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