Les Misérables by Victor Hugo (Book Analysis)

Les Misérables by Victor Hugo (Book Analysis)

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Unlock the more straightforward side of Les Misérables with this concise and insightful summary and analysis!

This engaging summary presents an analysis of Les Misérables by Victor Hugo, which is one of the author's most famous works and a world-renowned novel. It focuses on Jean Valjean, a former prisoner who tries to rebuild his life, and goes on to tell the stories of Cosette, Fantine, Javert, Marius, and many other characters who are now household names throughout the world. Hugo wanted to depict the stark reality of French society during the 19th century and tackles themes such as politics, philosophy and justice. It has since been adapted for the stage, with the musical version being the longest-running musical in the West End, running continuously since October 1985. Hugo was a national treasure in France, both as a writer and as a political figure and his death triggered intense national mourning. 

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o A complete plot summary
o Character studies
o Key themes and symbols
o Questions for further reflection

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Book details

Publication date
February 25, 2016
Publisher
Collection
ISBN
9782806270283
Paper ISBN
9782806276735
File size
1 MB