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I know that the title is The miserable, but I don’t think that is why the book has a following.
Die Elenden Band by Victor Hugo
After, being realesed he starts his reformation to be a good person. Hgo is another that I read in high school. I was always surprised by how tiny details could be so important in the end.
Want to Read saving…. The story was so good too. Das Herz wird heldisch durch elfnden Liebe. I marveled at Javier and his callous nature that was untouched until the end. It’s long – over pages unabridged and the sewer system section is a bit long and ardous to get through, but this book has changed my life.
Hugo writes entire chapters over and over elenddn of historical de 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 wanted to know the story behind the musical. But everything Hugo wrote had a meaning in the end.
I needed to read this book for French in school. If you’ve seen the unabridged version of this book, he must’ve gotten tired! It was difficult at times to appreciate, but when I took the time I was mightily impressed. Book you were supposed to read for school.
This is the second time I’ve read this unabridged version. Quotes from Die Elenden Band Mar 24, Jos rated it really liked it Shelves: His encounters with Javert keeps himself on the move. I read the first part of the book and quite enjoyed it.
The way he talked and asked the reader questions. I sobbed for Fantine. I know that I would have been disappointed in myself had I read the abridged only.
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Elenxen was quite captivating. It took me a long time to read it but it was a good read. I despised Thenardier and beheld him never change. I finished it just to say I did.
Overall, the story was really good, but in typical Hugo fashion, a lot of time is spent providing background to the places and times where event occur. Jean Valjean is a convict after stealing bread to feed his family.
The reason I read it the first time is because I was in love with the music. When the story changed, I lost interest in the book. Jean Valjean especially is fascinating and I can’t wait to see Cosette growing up. This is not, however, for the timid reader.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I couldn’t put it down.
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I’m curious about the next parts 3 to see what happens next, but I think I will enjoy this book more when it’s in my language: Anyway, I just really like Jean Valjean, including saying his name. I think that I enjoyed it more the first time through because I wasn’t on a deadline. The 40 pages detailing convents, the 60 pages on the battle of Waterloo, or the 30 pages of politics.
It was hard for me to be SO into the story and then have it abruptly stopped so Hugo could direct my attention somewhere else The messages of repentance, forgiveness, and love are deeply touching.
There are so many different parts of this book. Not the hardest book on the classics list. Hardcoverpages. This story is filled with action, love, sorrow, and upliftment.
I had a hard time putting Les Mis down. So I know the musical in and out and have always wanted to read this. Am Anfang finden wir lauter einzelne geheimnisvolle Fragmente, am Ende ein klares, in sich perfekt geschlossenes Kunstwerk. Wer kann die Liebe ergreifender schildern als Victor Hugo?