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Read online or download for free graded reader ebook and audiobook Les Miserables by Victor Hugo of upper-intermediate level you can download in epub . Victor Hugo. Les Misérables. Première partie. Fantine. La Bibliothèque électronique du Québec. Collection À tous les vents. Volume version 2 . Free Download. PDF version of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. Apple, Android and site formats also available.

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Myriel, "you are looking at a good man, and I at a great man. Each of us can profit by it. Myriel was utterly astonished to learn that he had been appointed Bishop of D—— What truth was there, after all, in the stories which were invented as to the early portion of M. Myriel's life?

No one knew. Very few families had been acquainted with the Myriel family before the Revolution.

Myriel had to undergo the fate of every newcomer in a little town, where there are many mouths which talk, and very few heads which think. He was obliged to undergo it although he was a bishop, and because he was a bishop.

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But after all, the rumors with which his name was connected were rumors only,—noise, sayings, words; less than words—palabres, as the energetic language of the South expresses it. However that may be, after nine years of episcopal power and of residence in D——, all the stories and subjects of conversation which engross petty towns and petty people at the outset had fallen into profound oblivion.

No one would have dared to mention them; no one would have dared to recall them. Myriel had arrived at D—— accompanied by an elderly spinster, Mademoiselle Baptistine, who was his sister, and ten years his junior. Their only domestic was a female servant of the same age as Mademoiselle Baptistine, and named Madame Magloire, who, after having been the servant of M.

Mademoiselle Baptistine was a long, pale, thin, gentle creature; she realized the ideal expressed by the word "respectable"; for it seems that a woman must needs be a mother in order to be venerable. She had never been pretty; her whole life, which had been nothing but a succession of holy deeds, had finally conferred upon her a sort of pallor and transparency; and as she advanced in years she had acquired what may be called the beauty of goodness.

What had been leanness in her youth had become transparency in her maturity; and this diaphaneity allowed the angel to be seen. She was a soul rather than a virgin.

Her person seemed made of a shadow; there was hardly sufficient body to provide for sex; a little matter enclosing a light; large eyes forever drooping;—a mere pretext for a soul's remaining on the earth. Madame Magloire was a little, fat, white old woman, corpulent and bustling; always out of breath,—in the first place, because of her activity, and in the next, because of her asthma.

On his arrival, M. Myriel was installed in the episcopal palace with the honors required by the Imperial decrees, which class a bishop immediately after a major-general.

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To be able to pay her debts to her daughters guardians, she sold her hair, front teeth film and herself. For attacking a man who wanted her service, Javert arrested her but Valjean, who was in his sorry, helped her. He sent her to a hospital while suffering from Tuberculosis and retrieved her daughter for her. Cosette, lovely child of Fantine, had been retrieved by Valjean with francs from her coarse and corrupt guardians. Valjean treated her as her own daughter and let her educated in a convent.

She fell in love with a young law-student boy.

She had been said to be the symbol of hope and light for the oppressed and abused. At first, Valjean didnt agree about his affair with Cosette but in latter part, Valjean helped him in the sewer and once had recovered; let him to marry the lady.

He was also the one whom Valjean confessed to.

It showed how a full-of-anger ex-con can be changed and changed not only for his sake but also for others. It also covers the Revolution, the horrid France; and states for humane treatment of the poor and equity among its citizens. Simple words were used yet never left the poetic touch to show how historical it is and the setting of the story.

However, it had been revised with modernized spectacles like lights presentation and fresh music arrangements to please young generations to appreciate the play.

The most important theme of the play is the change and transformation, in the individual and in the society, especially of Valjean himself.

He learnt once more how to become selfless after he had been imprisoned for a long time. Love and compassion towards others may not only amend oneself but of others also.

This was exhibited as the workers and students on the barricade fought as one for the social transformation to have a new France that is going to live by later generations-free from injustice and poverty.

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I love to watch Filipino plays since I was in elementary.For attacking a man who wanted her service, Javert arrested her but Valjean, who was in his sorry, helped her. The most important theme of the play is the change and transformation, in the individual and in the society, especially of Valjean himself. Her person seemed made of a shadow; there was hardly sufficient body to provide for sex; a little matter enclosing a light; large eyes forever drooping;—a mere pretext for a soul's remaining on the earth.

The Bishop is quiet and asks how many beds his own dining room would hold—he gathers it would be around Les Miserables Songs included in this product:.

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