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Die Elenden Band by Victor Hugo
Doe still impressed by the effort Val Jean makes over and over against huge odds, but still makes his escapes, aids others, etc. Wie eine Pyramide baut sich die Geschichte um Jean Valjean auf. Zu viele Geschichten in einer Geschichte. I finished it just to say I did.
The way he wove his sentences.
The characters are so real and it is wonderful to see how each character changes throughout the story. It was a bit rambly though, and it took me forever to read simply because I kept getting distracted by other things. There were so many things that I didn’t know. I’ve never read a book that had such deep character development. Jean Valjean is a convict after stealing bread to feed his family. Hugo was a messenger of truth. I read it in French and Hugo’s writing is truly something.
The story is inspired. I read a condensed but still “long” version. I have this book in Dutch, but I still need to read it. What amazes me is the the songs really do tell the story, in such a short time. I know that the title is The miserable, but I don’t think that is why the book has a following.
I watched Marius vacillate between many things and eventually find himself. Er beschreibt die Kluft zwischen Arm und Reich. May 22,Paris, Francepoet, playwrighter, novelist, dramatist, essayist, visual artist, statesman, human rights campaigner, and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Eenden movement in France, who was the most important of the French Romantic writers.
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Mar 24, Jos rated it really liked it Shelves: I sobbed for Fantine. I really enjoyed the story line. Although movies always leave out important scenes -especially when the book is this long, the One of the all-time great stories. Apart from the pages or so that were devoted to the battle of Waterloo and the philosophy of monastic life in the 19th century, it was really fun to read.
Being areligious at that time, Jean Valjean molded my character. That way you don’t miss interesting facts about the Paris sewer system and how nuns make elejden many sacrifices. Victor Hugo was just so excellent at describing, it was beautiful to read.
I think this books was made for people in that pass where they get all their knowledge from books, since all the tangents story lines. The 40 pages detailing convents, the 60 pages on the battle of Waterloo, or the 30 pages of politics. It is another that I read in high school. The story was so good too. If you aren’t into historical trivia, read the abridged version.
The way he talked and asked the reader questions. I found Hugo’s interaction with God, through the Priest and Jean Valjean to be especially interesting.
This is the second time I’ve read this unabridged version. I couldn’t put it down. Thought-evoking, amazing character development, universal themes.
When I went to the play and realized that it was a modern opera, no words, diee singing I knew that I had to read to book to find out about the whole story of the characters. I know that I would have been disappointed in myself had I read the abridged only. Am Anfang finden wir lauter einzelne geheimnisvolle Fragmente, am Ende ein klares, in sich perfekt geschlossenes Kunstwerk.