The usual remarkable coincidences persisted with Gavroche, son of Thenardiers, taking his place at the same barricade as Javert-in-disguise. Her father saved his father. And now she must save him. But we get it. This is a story about the intersection of personal destiny and politics. And the relationship between Javert and Valjean shows us that personal morality matters as much as — and is intertwined with — universal justice.
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So Javert can never give up his quest. We must catch the man who once stole a penny from a child decades ago. Except, of course, that nothing in this story is random. Cosette also seems to have inherited his recklessness by osmosis, being extremely scared of everything and yet going out into the garden in the middle of the night for no reason.
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Neither did the slackers among the radicals. The young men are on the march to provoke people to rise up in anger!
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Just as soon as they have finished this carafe of wine. In any revolution, there will always be people who are only here because they hope that everyone will end up near a pub.
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And yet it always comes across as the sort of first love where they just need someone to lose their virginity with. Cosette was bringing out the poet in Marius, while we were encouraged to overlook the fact that it was this sort of tomfoolery that brought her mother down. If only everyone involved had a memory as long as Javert. Previous owner bookplate on the front pastedown. The binding is square, and the text is clean. Translated from the French by Lascelles Wraxall.
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The DJ has a piece missing of off the spine top, edgewear and rubbing. Very Good in Poor dust jacket. Bytown Bookery Professional seller. Catalogue: Classic, Fiction. Covers are faded and worn, spine is creased and rubbed the top and bottom. Wordsworth Classics, Hertfordshire, Camberwell Books Professional seller. Published Performance circa Original illustrated souvenir theatre programme.
Les Misérables - Marius - Vol 3 (of 5) [French English Bilingual Edition]
In Very Good clean condition. Wordsworth Editions Ltd Paperback, pp. Sensational, dramatic, packed with rich excitement and filled with the sweep and violence of human passions, 'Les Miserables' is not only a superb adventure but a powerful social document. The story of how the convict Jean Valjean struggles to escape his past and reaffirm his humanity in a world brutalized by poverty and ignorance became the gospel of the poor and oppressed. Book Haven Professional seller. Catalogue: General. New York, The Modern Library, Green cloth boards are lightly rubbed on edges. Prior owner name on fep.
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Translated by Charles Wilbour. A Modern Library Giant. NY: Modern Library, nd. Green cloth stamped in black and gold. Dos satisfaisant. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte et hors texte.
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