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- From the dusk of dawn till the end of time, evil and good will always exist in the finding of one s self. Les Miserables foretells the compelling race between good and evil in a early eighteenth century France. Passionately and purely, Victor Hugo poured his soul into the making of Les Miserables where humanity is the key, history is the making, and all strive for human dignity.
- Les Miserables is a story, a very long story, which has been categorized as a classic. The story is about 1200 pages long. It is an epic saga, which covers about three decades in the early 1800’s of France. The film is about the fugitive, Jean Valjean, following his release from jail after doing nineteen years of hard labor for stealing bread.
- Throughout peoples lives they will be influenced due to other people and events. In the book Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, Jean is influenced by three different people. The first influence on Jean was by the bishop. Another influence on Jean was Cosette.
- Bishop Bienvenu s influence on Jean is similar to that of a father s influence on his son. Bishop Bienvenu s influence is critical to the start of Jean s life after prison. The Bishop was the only person that would shelter Jean for that long first night.
- Can we really say we know what a hard life is? The character Fantine in Les Miserables definitely had a hard life, with no breaks. She had a daughter who she adored and never got to see. She worked most of her life and always lived in poverty. Death came upon Fantine while she was in the hospital wishing only to see her child.
- Major Theme of Les MiserablesIn Hugo’s novel Les Miserables, Hugo shows us the underlying theme through many different symbols and quotations. For instance, when Jean Valjean stays the night with the bishop Monseigneur Myriel, Valjean steals the bishop’s silver.
- Behind the plot of the story there was a great meaning of what life is all about and human nature. I is not only the main character searching for justice but about the world living one terrible lie. The book touches fragile aspects of crime, love, poverty, and the meaning of life and death.
- Les Mis?rables was written by Victor Hugo, and published in 1862. It has been translated into many different languages, and turned into a play and movie as when as being a book. When a friend asked Hugo why he wrote the book he replied as follows, “I condemn slavery, I banish poverty, I teach ignorance, I treat disease, I lighten the night, and I hate hatred.
- Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo, starts out with Valjean saying how he is 19 years old and a thief. The novel goes through his whole life. It explains the many conflicts he faces. But mainly it shows how he tries to escape his past during the French Revolution.
- During the 19th century the treatment of both convicts and ex-convicts was in most peoples eyes inhumane. A convict would be worked for long hours without food. Many ex-convicts were never fully re-accepted back into society due to their past as a convict.
- The main reason why I chose to do my report on the history of theatre in NY is because I find theatre very interesting (As you know I do some of it myself). I also grew up in a house full of theatre teachers. I think this topic is very important to people who want to learn about theatre because many people believe that theatre in New York started on Broadway, but that is not true at all.
- Then in the time when he couldn’t be more down a priest invites Valjean to stay with him. Despite the kind priest taking him in and feeding him, Valjean decides to take the silver from the table. In the run he gets captured be the police.
- This becomes very evident as one begins to study the international cola wars. The domestic cola war between Coca-Cola and Pepsi is still raging. However, the two soft-drink giants also recognize that opportunities for growth in many of the mature markets have slowed.
- Les Miserables, written by Victor Hugo in 1862 is a wonderful story of life in France in the nineteenth century. This novel shows how people have to struggle to be a part of the society. Les Miserables reveals the cruelty in France society’s pressure on the poor, the outcast, and the criminal.
- Jean Valjean spent 19 years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread. He made several attempts of escape and never made it but finally released. His imprisonment hinders his chances of refuge for the night as shown at Digne where he is repeatedly refused shelter until he arrives at Monseigneur Myriel’s
- If there is truly tradition to be found among the great theatres both on and off Broadway, then certainly the Sullivan Street Playhouse and its long running production of The Fantasticks rates as one of the most celebrated of New York theatrical traditions.
- two front teeth to provide for her daughter. She did anything for Cosette even if it meant giving her to someone else to be taken care of. She left Cosette in the hands of the Thenardiers, who not only made her hate, but also feel hated. Jean Valjean, an ex-convict who had been on the run from the authority most of his life, took Cosette into his own hands by request of Fantine before she died.
- ?It is precisely of him that I wished to speak. Dispose of me as you please; but help me first to carry him home. I only ask that of you.? Upon examination of Les Miserables, it is clearly evident that the elements of Forgiveness, Self ? Sacrifice, and Courage are only a few of the main themes Hugo wanted to develop.
- Both novels have elements of tragedy. In Les Miserables, Jean Valjean is been hunted down by the inspector from dawn to dusk; for his unproven crime. He is treated as a criminal, yet he has to take care of his most valued asset; Javert. He can?t do that, with being hidden in a, never to go out, risk of getting caught .
- In April of 1969, Afeni (Alice Faye Walker), and 20 other members of the New York Black Panthers were arrested and charged with felonies, including conspiracy to bomb police stations and department stores in New York City and the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.