Les Misérables (PDF)


Les Misérables

Les Misérables Summary Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Rer kötü ve pislik gibi gözükür Fakat o denli alçalmış kişilerin de daha fazla alçalamayacağı bir çizgi vardır ve bu dönüm noktasında dış dünya adeta yutar bu zavallı tahilsiz kimliksiz insanları Onlar Sefillerdir; toplumdan dışlananlar yeraltı köpekleriVictor Hu. 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 a glutton for punishment Or just showing off I hope not When I think about it I think it has to do with the moral scope and depth of the work and the way these books really wear their morality on their sleeves They re complex yes but they re not hiding their morality behind some veneer of show don t tell They re not afraid to plumb the moral depths of the societies they depict and I think when I look around at the society I inhabit that I hunger for of this So here I have itHugo certainly takes his time setting up the main action with a long introductory section on the Bishop Myriel before we get to the main character Jean Valjean But for some reason it works so that by the time Valjean arrives on the scene we have a sense of the place he comes to and the reactions he ll face Even then Myriel stands apart from the others in his generosity and kindness such that the other characters don t even comprehend his attitude Which of course says as much about contemporary attitudes toward ex convicts as it does about Myriel himselfThen the scene shifts and we re treated to a lighthearted section of youthful fun but there s a dark undercurrent here too the illegitimate child born to Fantine the child named Cosette who s given up to another family while Fantine finds work and who soon transforms from a happy toddler to a bedraggled house servant Oh the heartbreak and misery we experience when she s described sweeping the sidewalk in the cold dressed only in ragsThe scene then shifts to follow Fantine and we see her gradual decline as she tried ever desperately to raise money to send the family housing her daughter Eventually she sells her two front teeth and becomes a woman of the streets which is where she has a run in with the police officer Javert a character reminiscent of Angelo from Shakespeare s Measure for Measure a stern agent of the law whose facade of righteousness conceals much Luckily for Fantine the mayor intercedes on her behalfThen the two parts of the story so far that of Valjean and that of Fantine come together when it s revealed that the mayor is himself Valjean years later Oh the plot thickens because Javert was an officer who knew and tried to find Valjean years ago and suddenly declares to the mayor that Valjean was found in the distant town of Arras and will be tried What does Valjean do Continue to conceal his identity so that he may do good knowing that someone else will suffer in his place Or declare himself and lose everything It s uite a magnificent dramatic momentAnd the drama really picks up pace when Valjean rides to Arras to the trial Will he get there on time And then there he is in the courtroom will he reveal himself And when he does will he be arrested right away How can he escape It s pure melodrama in a way yet fused to the deep moral uandary in the character that makes it irresistible One of the techniues I see Hugo employing is to switch storylines suddenly leaving the reader with no idea how they relate until at the very end of the storyline he reveals it Aha When Valjean is on his way to Cosette Hugo makes a huge detour into the history of Waterloo and Napoleon s downfall and you wonder for pages and pages what this has to do with the story and then at the very end we see that one of the haggard men stealing from corpses is the father of the family keeping Cosette and that another officer who thinks the haggard man has saved him declares himself in his debt You can feel Hugo in those lines lowering the boom for drama to comeHugo is really setting things up now We get Valjean and Cosette finally ensconced in Paris and then the scene shifts to examine a new character Marius the son of Pontmercy who thought the father of the family keeping Cosette saved him Again you can see the giant cogs in motion setting up the eventual collision between all these forces Just an awesome array of characters and plot points and I can t wait to see how it s going to come togetherNot surprisingly Marius and Cosette grow up and grow fond of each other through random meetings in Paris If I had one critiue of this book it s that so much depends on these random meetings of the characters They keep bumping into each other as if there were only a few people in the city But this is a minor critiue and the randomness might even be intentional making the point that much of life is similarly guided by chance encountersNow the political scene intervenes the uprising One of the saddest characters in the book is Epinone the daughter of the horrible innkeeper who acts than once to keep Marius out of danger She s clearly in love with him but she s been so deformed by poverty and the demands of her harsh parents that she feels unable to express that Anyway the uprising is where she performs her ultimate act of bravery and self sacrifice and it nearly brought tears to my eyesI can t really do the ending any justice through summary Let me just say that Hugo brings this entire monumental project together masterfully If Modernism is defined by ironic detachment this is the ultimate pre modern work It s earnest political passionate encyclopedic and moralistic in the very best sense Hugo clearly has a point he s trying to make about human goodness and I deeply appreciate the project To say it s moved me is a terrific understatement I haven t been able to stop thinking about it and its characters since finishing reading a couple of days ago This is an epic and almost mythical work and it stands as one of the best novels I ve read

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Les Misérables Summary Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub Kek kadın ve çocuğun zayıflığını ele geçirir ve onları utanç verici işlere zorlar Artık hiçbir dehşet veya korku dışlanmaz Ümitsizlik sadece dört duvarın adiliği ve basitliği ile sınırlanmıştır; hepsi kötülük ve suça yönelir Hepsi sefilleşmiş bozulmuş bi. 873 Les Mis rables Victor HugoLes Mis rables 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 Victims and The Dispossessed Beginning in 1815 and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris the novel follows the lives and interactions of several characters particularly the struggles of ex convict Jean Valjean and his experience of redemption 1966 2006 1310 1331 1349 1647 1363 1370 1382 9640004189 1384 1387 9789640004180 1388 1390 1391 1392 1386 19 1393 9789643519568 1362 1368 1380 962 1389 9789642200474 1380 1390 1395 9786007228982 1393 9786005947434 1388 1389 1392 1395 1342 335 1362 335 1345 480 340 1368 1385 208 9643415155 112 1395 1395 136 1395 399 129 1395 140 47 1368 248 1370 184 1362 237 1368 384 1382 64 1362 177 1370 1 23061399

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Les Misérables Summary Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub İhtiyaçları çok fazlalaşan insanlar kendi öz kaynaklarını sınırlarını zorlamaya itilir ve yollarına çıkan herhangi bir savunmasız kişiden bile irkilir İş ve ücretler yiyecek ve ısı cesaret ve iyi niyet hepsi sahip olamadıkları şeylerdir Bu karanlık içerisinde er. 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 it or that it will have a happy ending Kind of like going out with a girl having to spend time every day with her with absolutely no guarantee of nailing her in the end No thanksHaha Well I took my chances reading this big book I made my commitment I spent my time everyday with this book about a month and what do I getHappiness and the joy of readingThis book really nailed me I have my happy ending Woo HoooThank you very much for the warning Mister Foley This book is amazing lengthy in descriptions compelling storyline and has influenced so many people Breaks my heart into pieces but somehow put it back togetherYou want to be a better person after reading this book He said to himself that he really had not suffered enough to deserve such radiant happiness and he thanked God in the depths of his soul for having permitted that he a miserable man should be so loved by this innocent being Jean Valjean about Cossette

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    Les Misérables (PDF) 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 a glutton for punishment? Or just showing off? I hope not When I think about it I think it has to do with the moral scope and d

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