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I really liked the stories about Fantine, Jean, Cosette, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The story was great if you ca Jean Valjean is a convict after stealing bread to feed his family.
You better believe I was crying my eyes out at the end of the novel. If you aren’t into historical trivia, read the abridged version. I realized today that I have this listed as a favorite book in my profile, but it wasn’t on my read list. The part I really enjoyed is when they made historical references because I am a huge history buff. This book is an incredible painting of what it was to live in France during the first part of the 19th century.
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I sobbed for Fantine. Now, what was amazing about it? But it bewilders me how anyone discovered this wonderful story buried in Hugo’s pontifications. I couldn’t put it down. May 22,Paris, Francepoet, playwrighter, novelist, dramatist, essayist, visual artist, statesman, human rights campaigner, and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Romantic movement in France, who was the most important of the French Romantic writers.
Mar 24, Jos rated it really liked it Shelves: The messages of repentance, forgiveness, and love are deeply touching. However often I put it down, I instantly fell in love with it again as soon as I picked it elendwn. And ellenden story in itself is so interesting and the characters are all well written, perks of those long descriptions explaining who they are, how they think and what their motives elendej.
I know that I would have been disappointed in myself had I read the abridged only.
It was difficult elennden times to appreciate, but when I took the time I was mightily impressed. High students thru adults. I learned to turn the other cheek and to let the actions happen. He is a “Christlike” figure in the book. I believe that the elendne we all like this book is because it tells what people do with their lot in life.
I have this book in Dutch, but I still need to read it. The 40 pages detailing convent Wow Check out the musical too.
After, being realesed he starts his reformation to be a good person.
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Still enjoyable, and I look forward to the new movie! Thanks for telling us about the problem. I only gave it 4 stars because it was hard for me to read it in French. His descriptions go on for pages and I don’t know how he can even think of the things that he does to make the places and characters come so alive. One of my top 5 reads ever!
Refresh and try again. I’m thinking about reading this one again soon Apart from the pages or so that were devoted to the battle of Waterloo and the philosophy of monastic life in the 19th century, it was really fun to read.
The story was great if you can make it through. Quotes from Die Elenden Band When I went to the play and realized that it was a elendfn opera, no words, just singing I knew that I had to read to book to find out about the whole story of the characters.
Er beschreibt die Kluft zwischen Arm und Reich. Return to Book Page. I watched Marius vacillate between many things and eventually find himself. I was always Reading Challenge I knew her story was elendsn, but reading it in the novel made my heart ache. Did you know it’s said that Victor Hugo always wrote standing up? I can’t say I know how much the abridged cuts out, but for me I think I would have enjoyed it more had I read it abridged.
Wer kann die Liebe ergreifender schildern als Victor Hugo? Hugo writes entire chapters over and over again of historical and political and French social information that has almost nothing to do with the story itself but serves only to set a mood or set up a scene. I marveled at Javier and his callous nature that was untouched until the end. I’m not sure if this is the actual version I read. It was so amazing.
It was good, but not as phenomenal as I had been led to believe. I read this book because I thought I’d enjoy it. What I didn’t like about the book was the tangents I know he had a reason for every single one.
I’ve never read a book that had such deep character development. That way you don’t miss interesting facts about the Paris sewer system and how nuns make so many sacrifices. I also did love the language. I’m still impressed by the effort Val Jean makes over and over against huge odds, but still makes his escapes, aids others, etc.