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    Les Misérables can be translated from the French into The Miserable Ones The Wretched The Poor Ones The Wretched Poor or The Victims So as you will have concluded this is not a happy bookIn fact it is the very opp

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    One of the biggest book I've ever read and I remembered Mick Foley's warning about a big book A big book is like a serious relationship; it reuires a commitment Not only that but there's no guarantee that you will enjoy i

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    Let's say that I could choose a single book with the guarantee that every man woman and child would read it I would not choose my top three favorites nor would I choose the one whose remnants are permanently inked upon me I would choose this

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    873 Les Misérables Victor HugoLes Misérables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo first published in 1862 that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century In the English speaking world the novel is usually referred to by its original French title However several alternatives have been

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    I'm in the minority unfortunately I thought the book was okay I was hoping it would blow my mind and be a favorite like The Count Of

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    873 Les Misérables Victor HugoLes Misérables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo first published in 1862 that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century In the English speaking world the novel is usually referred to by its original French title However several alternatives have been used including The Miserables The Wretched The Miserable Ones The Poor Ones The Wretched Poor The V

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    I chose to read the hefty Victor Hugo classic for my thirtieth birthday let me tell you the experience was One Biiiig Bitch I mean why EVEN go to the 200 year old text when the Broadway musical exists THAT work of art exudes all beauty and majesty in one continuous song that unites the characters through time; ultimately g

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    What makes a favourite book? In this case I will have to say one single character that broke my heart and shaped my idealism and stirred my anger Gavroche ThénardierSi l'on demandait à la grande et énorme ville u'est ce ue c'est ue cela ? elle répondrait C'est mon petit One of those street children that see and hear during their childhood than most people ever experience who carry pain and neglect with them on their daily adv

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    This will be another review as I goFirst a thank you to Rachel for recommending the Fahnestock and MacAfee translation which is wonderful so farNext a uestion Why have I been so drawn lately to these 1500 page 19th century behemoths? War and Peace The Brothers Karamazov Crime and Punishment and now this Am I just

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    This is the longest book I've ever read one might call it a beast and it is without a shadow of a doubt the best book I've ever been privileged enough to read I mean WOW I struggle to put into words how I feel about this Hugo had me smiling laughing and most of the time crying all in one chapter This is in no way a happy tale as one can probably tell by the title but it has affected me than I had anticipated Hugo certainly knows how to c

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REVIEW Ú MUCID.ME Ô Victor Hugo

Dier and the universal desire to escape the prisons of our own minds Les Misérables gave Victor Hugo a canvas upon which he portrayed his criticism of the French political and judicial systems but the portrait that resulted is larger than life epic in scope an extravagant spectacle that dazzles the senses even as it touches the hea. I chose to read the hefty Victor Hugo classic for my thirtieth birthday let me tell you the experience was One Biiiig Bitch I mean why EVEN go to the 200 year old text when the Broadway musical exists THAT work of art exudes all beauty and majesty in one continuous song that unites the characters through time ultimately giving us a true theme or feeling of genuine victory over adversity The plot one gorgeous telenovela of a story replete with jailbreaks insurrections betrayals war calamities multiplied order restored is in short too much Muchness for one reader to possibly occupy himself with This is the longest novel I have ever read probably Don uixote which took me an entire month to read is the closest second as such it is difficult a staggering activity indeed to maintain order in its review much less in the colossus text itself that s just very disordered odd beautiful but not always it is a mixture an irritating one at that less than a boost toward modernism of myriad tones paces a gargantuan monster from the abysmal depths of time a list of lists basically a lexicon in Everything French RevolutionWhat is the purpose of so many compilation of details to make a heap of facts that uite frankly fail to make either a juicy romance or gory history It s infuriating because it takes up so much of your time And bottom line the characters even Jean Valjean the lament filled hero who feels guilt palpably like the feel of the guillotine is a beacon that illuminates but also dis illusions and Cosette is a ninny and Fantine gets duped awful by a group of boys and girls Javert is a true mystery that ends up having less to do with our story than other less famous villains like M ThenardierIt is basic Law to read this so I did It has not aged well dudes fur reels Like some expensive wine that got rancid A French one just because I am very generous these here are the top four best parts AKA the most heartwarming in all of Les Mis if you wanted to know followed by the four worst1 How Valjean gets Cosette from the clutches of the Thenardiers the dude simply won t let go2 Gavroche s taking in of the two Thenardier brats3 Marius self inflicted poverty4 the Bishop s storyThe worst are these girthy diatribes that provoke gasp some paragraph skippage1 on the Sewers2 on the slang3 on the Streets of Paris4 on the barriacades which reminds the reader that so many French pre Revolutionary factoids withholds reader s pleasure somewhat barricading the avid reader s truest delight apprendre-agrave-programmer-avec-python-3 desire to escape the prisons of our own minds Les Misérables gave Victor Hugo a canvas upon which he portrayed his criticism of the French political and judicial systems but the portrait that resulted is larger than life epic in scope an extravagant spectacle that witch-at-heart-a-jinx-hamilton-mystery-book-1-english-edition dazzles the senses even as it touches the hea. I chose to read the hefty Victor Hugo classic for my thirtieth birthday let me tell you the experience was One Biiiig Bitch I mean why EVEN go to the 200 year old text when the Broadway musical exists THAT work of art exudes all beauty and majesty in one continuous song that unites the characters through time ultimately giving us a true theme or feeling of genuine victory over adversity The plot one gorgeous telenovela of a story replete with jailbreaks insurrections betrayals war calamities multiplied order restored is in short too much Muchness for one reader to possibly occupy himself with This is the longest novel I have ever read probably Don uixote which took me an entire month to read is the closest second as such it is drawing-cutting-edge-anatomy-the-ultimate-reference-for-comic-book-artists difficult a staggering activity indeed to maintain order in its review much less in the colossus text itself that s just very united-methodist-hymnal-dark-red disordered odd beautiful but not always it is a mixture an irritating one at that less than a boost toward modernism of myriad tones paces a gargantuan monster from the abysmal tokyo-ghoul-vol-5 depths of time a list of lists basically a lexicon in Everything French RevolutionWhat is the purpose of so many compilation of the-body-bears-the-burden-trauma-dissociation-and-disease details to make a heap of facts that uite frankly fail to make either a juicy romance or gory history It s infuriating because it takes up so much of your time And bottom line the characters even Jean Valjean the lament filled hero who feels guilt palpably like the feel of the guillotine is a beacon that illuminates but also playing-for-keeps-michael-jordan-and-the-world-he-made-english-edition dis illusions and Cosette is a ninny and Fantine gets the-forbidden-groom-texas-titan-romances-english-edition duped awful by a group of boys and girls Javert is a true mystery that ends up having less to the-lives-of-the-artists-oxford-world-s-classics do with our story than other less famous villains like M ThenardierIt is basic Law to read this so I a-level-chemistry-a-for-ocr-student-book-ocr-a-level did It has not aged well The Curiosities dudes fur reels Like some expensive wine that got rancid A French one just because I am very generous these here are the top four best parts AKA the most heartwarming in all of Les Mis if you wanted to know followed by the four worst1 How Valjean gets Cosette from the clutches of the Thenardiers the in-the-moonlight-mmf-bisexual-romance-mmf-anthology-edition-english-edition dude simply won t let go2 Gavroche s taking in of the two Thenardier brats3 Marius self inflicted poverty4 the Bishop s storyThe worst are these girthy the-infernal-devices-clockwork-princess diatribes that provoke gasp some paragraph skippage1 on the Sewers2 on the slang3 on the Streets of Paris4 on the barriacades which reminds the reader that so many French pre Revolutionary factoids withholds reader s pleasure somewhat barricading the avid reader s truest i-quattro-accordi-guida-pratica-alla-libert-agrave-personale-un-libro-di-saggezza-tolteca delight

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Introducing one of the most famous characters in literature Jean Valjean the noble peasant imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread Les Misérables ranks among the greatest novels of all time In it Victor Hugo takes readers deep into the Parisian underworld immerses them in a battle between good and evil and carries them to the barri. Les Mis rables can be translated from the French into The Miserable Ones The Wretched The Poor Ones The Wretched Poor or The Victims So as you will have concluded this is not a happy bookIn fact it is the very opposite of fluffy happiness It is a story about the lowest and darkest parts of French society in the first half of the nineteenth century Hugo takes the reader on a 1200 page journey around France and into the lives of criminals prostitutes those wasting away under the strain of poverty and he provides food for thought on commonly held ideas about the nature of law justice love religion and politics Not only this but I can say that not one page of this giant bored me At the end of the day you re another day older And that s all you can say for the life of the poor I feel the need to mention the musical of Les Mis rables and I m going to incorporate some lyrics into this review because why not It s one of my favourite musicals The book is as is often the case a much deeper and well developed version of the same story but I still recognised many of my favourite scenes from the stage production I had actually expected the book to be gentle and subdued than the musical because of the time it was written and to avoid controversy especially as Hugo s opinion of the French judicial system during this time was made very clear but this was not the case Les Mis rables is a nasty gritty haunting novel that doesn t fail to stay with you for a long time after putting it down I had a dream my life would be So different from this hell I m living So different now from what it seemed Now life has killed the dream I dreamed It seems wrong to try and simplify the amazing plot of Les Miserables but I have to somehow fit all that greatness into this little review space So the main plot line of this story is about the ex convict Jean Valjean who has been released from prison after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread and then trying to escape He comes away from all those years doing hard labour with anger running in his veins what kind of society sends a man to that disgusting fate for trying to uell his hunger His thoughts turn to revenge and rebellion he no longer even wants to try playing by the rules of a country which has done this to him Until he is shown an act of kindness beyond his imagination by someone who breaks the cycle of anger and vengeance Lovely ladies ready for the call Standing up or lying down or any way at all Bargain prices up against the wall Taking the little money and the vast amount of kindness he has been given Jean Valjean slowly becomes an honest and wealthy man who helps those in need But his new found way of life and the respect he has earned becomes threatened one day when the police officer Javert starts to recognise him But that is just one story being told here Several stories run parallel to one another throughout this book and thye begin to entwine and as the novel progresses Another is the story of Fantine and her illegitimate daughter Cosette Forced into prostitution in order to feed her child Fantine is a woman who looks old for her age and no longer has the sparkle of joy in her eye that she enjoyed back when she was allowed to be naive Cosette meanwhile is mistreated by the foster family who agree to take care of her while Fantine works in the nearby town Other stories include that of Marius and Eponine but there are many The city goes to bed And I can live inside my head The above lyrics are from one of the musical s best known songs On My Own and are sung by one of the most fascinating characters of the novel Eponine Eponine s tale is an old one one of unreuited love but it is far from cheesy Marius describes her as an unhappy soul and nothing can be much accurate She is a sad complex and unfortunate character which I suppose they all are in Les Mis rables but Eponine has a special place in my heart But she is also far from weak She has been toughened by life made ugly by poverty and she is ferociously independent Yeah I like her Here they talked of revolution Here it was they lit the flame Here they sang about tomorrow And tomorrow never came This book also chronicles the events leading up to and including the Paris uprising of 1832 and the novel includes themes of revolution It is a deeply thoughtful story that challenged attitudes held at the time in many ways To use one example a court of law was ready to sentence an innocent man to life imprisonment because he was slow and uneducated and therefore couldn t speak elouently in his defence Perhaps this book is nothing than an entertaining but dark story that Hugo wrote to grip and shock people but to me this is a highly political novel that makes many statements about law and justice in France during the time period I find it hard to dismiss Hugo s observations of the treatment of those who are poor and unintelligent as anything other than criticisms of society But that is just me I think I can say that you will be affected by this Whether you will thank me for it or not well that depends on how easily you tolerate a depressing read But I ve saved my favourite and the most uplifting song for last Do you hear the people sing Singing a song of angry men It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again When the beating of your heart Echoes the beating of the drums There is a life about to start when tomorrow comes youtube linkBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Shehzada Sheharyar deep into the Parisian underworld immerses them in a battle between good and evil and carries them to the barri. Les Mis rables can be translated from the French into The Miserable Ones The Wretched The Poor Ones The Wretched Poor or The Victims So as you will have concluded this is not a happy bookIn fact it is the very opposite of fluffy happiness It is a story about the lowest and secrets-of-the-secret-place-keys-to-igniting-your-personal-time-with-god darkest parts of French society in the first half of the nineteenth century Hugo takes the reader on a 1200 page journey around France and into the lives of criminals prostitutes those wasting away under the strain of poverty and he provides food for thought on commonly held ideas about the nature of law justice love religion and politics Not only this but I can say that not one page of this giant bored me At the end of the barefoot-contessa-how-easy-is-that-fabulous-recipes-amp-easy-tips day you re another on-camera-flash-techniques-for-digital-wedding-and-portrait-photography day older And that s all you can say for the life of the poor I feel the need to mention the musical of Les Mis rables and I m going to incorporate some lyrics into this review because why not It s one of my favourite musicals The book is as is often the case a much Kelt deeper and well weighted-blankets-vests-and-scarves-simple-sewing-projects-to-comfort-and-calm-children-teens-and-adults developed version of the same story but I still recognised many of my favourite scenes from the stage production I had actually expected the book to be gentle and subdued than the musical because of the time it was written and to avoid controversy especially as Hugo s opinion of the French judicial system seth-parle-l-eacute-ternelle-validit-eacute-de-l-acirc-me-tome-1 during this time was made very clear but this was not the case Les Mis rables is a nasty gritty haunting novel that sculpture-a-basic-handbook-for-students doesn t fail to stay with you for a long time after putting it Caines Law The Acts Of Caine 4 down I had a paperback-oxford-english-dictionary dream my life would be So from-the-source-spain-spain-s-most-authentic-recipes-from-the-people-that-know-them-best-lonely-planet different from this hell I m living So founding-mothers-the-women-who-raised-our-nation different now from what it seemed Now life has killed the homo-zapiens dream I the-easy-hymn-fake-book-over-150-hymns-in-the-key-of-quot-c-quot dreamed It seems wrong to try and simplify the amazing plot of Les Miserables but I have to somehow fit all that greatness into this little review space So the main plot line of this story is about the ex convict Jean Valjean who has been released from prison after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread and then trying to escape He comes away from all those years low-carb-healthy-fat doing hard labour with anger running in his veins what kind of society sends a man to that cognitive-behavioural-therapy-7-ways-to-freedom-from-anxiety-depression-and-intrusive-thoughts disgusting fate for trying to uell his hunger His thoughts turn to revenge and rebellion he no longer even wants to try playing by the rules of a country which has tribes-and-politics-in-yemen-a-history-of-the-houthi-conflict-ebook-marieke-brandt-amazon-fr-amazon-media-eu-s--r-l done this to him Until he is shown an act of kindness beyond his imagination by someone who breaks the cycle of anger and vengeance Lovely ladies ready for the call Standing up or lying versailles-la-fabrique-d-un-chef-d-oeuvre-ne down or any way at all Bargain prices up against the wall Taking the little money and the vast amount of kindness he has been given Jean Valjean slowly becomes an honest and wealthy man who helps those in need But his new found way of life and the respect he has earned becomes threatened one the-double-helix-a-personal-account-of-the-discovery-of-the-structure-of-dna day when the police officer Javert starts to recognise him But that is just one story being told here Several stories run parallel to one another throughout this book and thye begin to entwine and as the novel progresses Another is the story of Fantine and her illegitimate jaws-memories-from-martha-s-vineyard daughter Cosette Forced into prostitution in order to feed her child Fantine is a woman who looks old for her age and no longer has the sparkle of joy in her eye that she enjoyed back when she was allowed to be naive Cosette meanwhile is mistreated by the foster family who agree to take care of her while Fantine works in the nearby town Other stories include that of Marius and Eponine but there are many The city goes to bed And I can live inside my head The above lyrics are from one of the musical s best known songs On My Own and are sung by one of the most fascinating characters of the novel Eponine Eponine s tale is an old one one of unreuited love but it is far from cheesy Marius 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REVIEW Ú MUCID.ME Ô Victor Hugo

Cades during the uprising of 1832 with a breathtaking realism that is unsurpassed in modern prose Within his dramatic story are themes that capture the intellect and the emotions crime and punishment the relentless persecution of Valjean by Inspector Javert the desperation of the prostitute Fantine the amorality of the rogue Thénar. I m in the minority unfortunately I thought the book was okay I was hoping it would blow my mind and be a favorite like The Count Of Monte Cristo as I was afraid of that book too but alas it was not I might as well put the ole spoilers tag up on here Oh and even though Jean s name will be changed in the book I m sticking with Jean so I won t get all messed up FANTINE 1An Upright Man2 The Fall3 In The Year 18174 To Trust Is Sometimes To Surrender 5 The Descent 6 Javert7 The Champmathieu Affair8 Counter Stroke I worry at times when reading classic books because I feel I won t understand a lot of them And some I haven t Come to think of it I have read books that aren t classic and never understood them and still loved them I m strange I know I felt the same way when I went into The Count of Monte Cristo I was so worried I wouldn t get it enough to like it and uh it s one of my favorite books to date Les Mis has given me some trouble during the first of the book I have felt like I m not going to like it too much and then there would be parts that I just loved So we shall see when I finish it awhile from now I really liked M Myriel he was a very nice man I mean just because he s a man of the cloth doesn t mean he will be nice but he was and I loved him It was sad when he died Jean Valjean was a prisoner of 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread to try to feed his sister and her seven children They don t care if people or kids starve to death and going to jail for 19 years Wow Jean only heard of news one time of his sister and the youngest child working and going to school No one knows what became of the rest of the children After the 19 years Jean was let out on parole He couldn t find a place to take him in for the night and feed him He had money but they didn t want a criminal in their inns But he came upon M Myriel who was a Bishop at the church if I have it all correctly He let Jean have a bed for the first time in years gave him food and was very kind to him In turn Jean stole away in the night with the silverware But being the kind man M Myriel was he didn t press charges when the coppers dragged Jean back He did tell something to Jean that made him change his ways The bishop approached him and said in a low voice Do not forget ever that you have promised me to use this silver to become an honest man Jean Valjean who had no recollection of any such promise stood dumbfounded The bishop had stressed these words as he spoke them He continued solemnly Jean Valjean my brother you no longer belong to evil but to good It is your soul I am buying from you I withdraw it from dark thoughts and from the spirit of perdition and I give it to God Jean was a changed man after this and it was good Next is the story of Fantine This broke my heart Fantine and some of her so called friends had suitors and they all thought they were going to be together and get married all of the wonderful things But it was not so The men left the woman with nothing Fantine was left with child and her so called friends all went separate ways Fantine had to leave little Cosette at a home until she got enough money to get her The home was a fake and they were rude and horrible people Fantine sent them money to keep Cosette Year after year she sent money She worked for Jean who had a different name and owned a business Sadly for Fantine she was fired because of some jerk workers and Jean never knew about it Fantine was forced to sale her hair some of her teeth and become a whore so Cosette would be okay One day Fantine was taken to jail for scratching a jerk man Jean found her there and took her to the hospital He saved her from being put in prison but unfortunately she had a disease and would not live He made a promise to find Cosette It was so very sad that she had to live the life she did and never see her daughter ever again She was thrown away COSETTE 1 Waterloo2 The Ship Orion3 Fulfillment Of The Promise Made To The Departed4 The Old Gorbeau House5 A Dark Chase Reuires A Silent Hound6 Petit Picpus7 Cemeteries Take What Is Given Them Soooooooooooooooo I wasn t feeling this one as much until it got to Jean Cosette Jean found Cosette carrying a heavy water bucket and asked her many uestions He found out she was the girl she promised Fantine he would take care of her daughter Jean watched how the couple were treating Cosette because he was staying at their Inn He as livid and so was I at the way Cosette was treated Jean told them he was taking her away with him paid them money overcharged for his stay there Oh and I loved when he went out and bought her a most expensive doll for her alone because only the owners two daughters got toys to play with it was so bitter sweet They stayed on the run for a time Jean was always on the run on and off as he s always wanted He can never shake that freaking Javert Jean and Cosette ending up staying with a man Jean had saved awhile back Jean worked in the little garden Jean who had lost all thoughts of loving anything when he was in prison He was a hard man with no love no anything But then he felt a spark that grew and grew for Cosette his daughter for that s what she became So sweet His whole heart melted in gratitude and he loved and Several years went by like this Cosette was growing up Unfortunately I m not liking this book as much as I would have hoped I love the parts with Jean and Cosette and hope that there will be and I will at least love it just enough The rest of the sections and books in the book I was readingMarius 1 Paris Atomized2 The Grand Bourgeois3 The Grandfather And The Grandson4 The Friends Of The ABC5 The Excellence Of Misfortune6 The Conjunction of Two Stars7 Patron Minette8 The Noxious Poor Saint Denis And Idyll Of The Rue Plumet 1 A Few Pages Of History2 Eponine3 The House On The Rue Plumet4 Aid From Below Or From Above 5 An End Unlike The Beginning6 Little Gavroche7 Argot8 Enchantments And Desolations9 Where Are They Going 10 June 5 183211 The Atom Fraternizes With The Hurricane 12 Corinth13 Marius Enters The Shadow 14 The Grandeur Of Despair 15 The Rue De L Homme Arme Jean Valjean 1 War Between Four Walls 2 The Intestine Of Leviathan3 Much But Soul4 Javert Off The Track5 Grandson And Grandfather6 The White Night7 The Last Drop In The Chalice 8 The Twilight Waning9 Supreme Shadow Supreme Dawn AfterwordSelected BibliographyThe story continues on with Cosette growing up finding Marius and love A revolution Javert still on Jean s trail The marriage of Cosette and Marius And the deaths of Javert and Jean The book did bring some tears to my eyes It was really sweet with Cosette and Marius They were made for each other Even though Jean wasn t too happy about it he did save Marius in the end so he would live for Cosette Javert finally gave up Jean had saved him from death and Javert threatened once again to kill him but alas it was his own life he took He was just tiredJean was on his deathbed when Cosette and Marius found him He was so happy to see his daughter and Marius Jean had an angel watching over him and he went peacefully Jean you were a most wonderful man The night was starless and very dark Without any doubt in the gloom some mighty angel was standing with outstretched wings waiting for the soul MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List