After a fight, Fantine is arrested by policeman Javert but Monsieur Madeleine the Mayor arrives and insists she be taken to hospital where he promises the dying Fantine that he will find and protect her daughter Cosette the name of the waitress whom Victor Hugo met in Montreuil-sur-Mer when he visited in 1837. When Thenardier intended to kill Jean Valjean, Javert came not to stop a crime in process but to get Jean Valjean. Slowly Hugo was drawn into a crowd of literary people who were devoted to Romanticism, and over time he exchanged his royalist views for more liberal opinions, especially after Charles X imposed restrictions on freedom of the press. Today, while he is best known abroad for his novels like Notre-Dame and Les Misérables as well as the musical that the latter prompted , the French tend to think of Hugo as one of their great national poets. At the hospital, as Fantine is dying, Valjean promises to take care of her daughter, Cosette. When they find Valjean, he is dying and heartbroken that Cosette is not in his life anymore. The four young men bring the four young women out for a delightful day in the countryside and a romantic dinner by candlelight.
The clear and concise style makes for easy understanding, providing the perfect opportunity to improve your literary knowledge in no time. Fantine dies, and Valjean is imprisoned once again. Once again, the rebels are told to surrender. . He also led an active political life, and his stances led to his exile during the Second French Empire 1852-1870. Fantine, however, is sincere in her love for him, and unable to see through his act. Marius and Cosette eventually get married, and Valjean decides that this is the time to reveal his criminal past to Marius, who then decides that he wants Valjean to keep away from Cosette in the future.
Jean Valjean was released on parole after 19 years on the chain gang. The Thénardiers agree to look after Cosette as long as Fantine sends them a monthly allowance. The Thénardiers attempt to extort money from Valjean by kidnapping him, but Marius intervenes and saves him. The book features a memorable cast of characters, including the vengeful police inspector Javert and the idealistic student Marius, alongside a range of philosophical and political reflections. He has lost nineteen years of his life for this small theft and escape attempts fed by desperation. Javert is relentless in his pursuit because he firmly believes that a convict is incapable of reformation because he has shown himself to be a doer of evil, and someone who has done evil is inherently evil. The clear and concise style makes for easy understanding, providing the perfect opportunity to improve your literary knowledge in.
He makes his way to Montfermeil to find Cosette and fulfil his promise to Fantine. Finally he emerges, only to come face-to-face with Javert, who had been pursuing Thenardier into the sewers. However, the past catches up to them. However, a man has just been arrested who is to be tried as 24601. Now Les Misèrables is about to become successful with a whole new raft of fans as its has been made into a Hollywood blockbuster. Worried that he will lose Cosette and unnerved by political unrest in the city, Valjean announces that he and Cosette are moving to England.
Les Miserables Characters Inspector Javert must do either the right, and prove himself true, or do wrong and prove himself evil. Touched by this sight, she asks the woman to take care of her daughter while she works. Valjean stops Javert from arresting her, but Fantine falls ill and goes into the hospital. She sells her locket, then her hair, and eventually becomes a prostitute. It is a musical tragedy, which served as a major powerhouse competitor for Andrew Lloyd Weber musicals in the early eighties and nineties. In 1799 Napoleon Bonaparte staged a coup and, in 1804, was elected Emperor.
Our boy gets da hint and stops droppin by. He seizes a gravely injured Marius and disappears down the sewers. When Jean Valjean saved Cosette from the Thenardiers, he showed that he was capable of love and that he was no longer bitter from years of incarceration. Javert then finds out that Jean Valjean, now going by the name of Champmathieu, has been captured in the town of Arras. He pays the Thénardiers to let him take Cosette away. Cosette has a rough life being abused by innkeepers simply because of who she was born to based on the beliefs of French society. Shortly thereafter, this savior himself totters and then falls into the sea: the convict, Jean Valjean, is declared to be dead.
So this shysti dude named Thenardier say Cosette can hide with him and his fam so long as Fantine throw em some ends erry month. In this initial scene the audience can almost immediately feel the tonality of the play with the constant reference to the number 24601. He decides to start a new life for the better. The innkeeper escapes from prison and gathers men to kill Valjean. Valjean encounters a little boy flipping a coin, and unthinkingly steals the coin from him.
He killed himself because he had failed before the eyes of the law, he failed to do right and was thus proven evil, and did not deserve to live. He comes to the cell of condemned murderer who is full of rage and sorrow, and utterly lacking in remorse for his crimes. Javert felt that he was becoming evil because he empathized with a purely evil man. By the time he is released, most of his life has passed him by. How Les Miserables is Written Les Miserables is a novel in five volumes and is about how people in the lower classes of France find their way in society.