Thinking quickly, he notices a an iron grating covering the entrance to the sewer; with his great strength, he lifts it up and takes refuge in the sewer with Marius in tow. No further explanation is ever given as to why, having buried his money near Montfermeil, Valjean had traveled back to Paris and then attempted to travel back to Montfermeil. Thénardier, Lynne Wilmot as Mme. But you can skip them, and I remember actually liking those digressions the first time I read the book - and some of them can be very useful when you don't know much about 19th century French history. Valjean, Marius, and the five men are the only ones still alive. This is a big moment because it'll drive everything that happens in the rest of this book, especially when he adopts the young orphan, Cosette. Gillenormand, and Claude Reva as the storyteller.
He firmly believes in the justice of the law, and has no room for mercy. Show him mercy when he's not expecting it, though, and it's a. A Group of jealous factory workers discover that one of their colleagues, the virtuous Fantine has been sending money to her daughter who lives with thenardier's. There are several foreshadowings in the novel when it comes to Cosette's character. She also confesses to have obtained the letter the day before, originally not planning to give it to him, but decides to do so in fear he would be angry at her about it in the afterlife. Dito isso vamos ao que interessa.
Hugo used 1753—1843 , the during the time in which Valjean encounters Myriel, as the model for Myriel. It might open and save you. Então mergulhei numa saga que eu já esperava que me tomaria o mês inteiro, inclusive por boa parte do caminho eu fiquei muito preocupada em não conseguir ler tudo dentro do prazo que estipulei para mim mesma. After stealing from a small child, he decides to change his ways. Valjean says there are no conditions to his release, and holds no ill-will toward Javert for doing his duty. Madeleine asks him to keep his job, because he's too much of an honorable man to lose and also because he was right.
But you eventually get to the parts which advance the story, and you realize you've built a giant foundation of understanding of Hugo's philosophy on life, of contemporary issues and of life in general. After Valjean escapes again, Javert attempts one more arrest in vain. He is buried in an unmarked grave, per his request, after death. In another, quieter part of Paris, Cosette awakes from a dream of Marius. He evades a police patrol, and reaches an exit gate but finds it locked. After seeing this, Valjean briefly leaves the inn and returns with a beautiful new doll to give to Cosette, which she happily accepts. He briefly takes care of his two younger brothers, unaware they are related to him.
Love is the only ecstasy. Javert then returns to the Seine parapet. Jean Valjean: After serving nineteen years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread and for multiple attempts to escape , Jean Valjean is finally released. After years in the galleys, Valjean emerged a bitter man, one whose misanthropy was only hardened by the distrust others showed him. To make matters worse, after a few sporadic incidents, the population has not joined the uprising, instead shuttering their doors against the revolutionaries.
During this time, Valjean was distraught and burned the items he had kept, with the exception of the candlesticks, in an attempt to destroy what was left of Jean Valjean. All of her efforts are devoted to ensuring Cosette is well-cared for. Thénardier, Yvan Dautin as M. The philanthropist and his daughter enter—actually Valjean and Cosette. Ive seen it twice and would love to appear in a production! Still, Enjolras brings out four Gaurde Nationale uniforms, stripped from dead officers.
They want France to be free from its capricious monarchy. The first happens when Javert comes to confess to him that he Javert has wrongly suspected Valjean of being, well, himself. Valjean is then transformed by his encounter with the Bishop of D---. They had two other daughters at the time, Eponie and Alzema, who were treated very well as they were their biological daughters. Not far ahead, Valjean sees a window of light. Jean Valjean has gone from being a warped ex-con to a man who'll devote the rest of his life to helping others, even though this devotion will land him in whole mess of trouble.
Javert admits that after being forced to free Fantine, he reported him as Valjean to the French authorities. Valjean goes to Fantine, speaks to her in an inaudible whisper, kisses her hand, and then leaves with Javert. Due to not accepting his fate and his strong will, Valjean made multiple endeavors to escape prison, which lengthened his sentence to nineteen years. He was caught and imprisoned for five years in the , the Toulon prison. A son of the Theirdenairs, Gavroche, who does not particapte in the family crimes busts them out of prision.
A monarchist, he disagrees sharply with Marius on political issues, and they have several arguments. Anthony Crane as Thénardier, Allison Guinn as Madame Thénardier, Joshua Grosso as Marius, Paige Smallwood as Éponine, Matt Shingledecker as Enjolras and Jillian Butler as Cosette. The first production in English, produced by Cameron Mackintosh and adapted and directed by and , opened on 8 October 1985 five years after the original production at the , London. All the other students are killed. Javert gives him a pistol to signal them when Jonderette began whatever he was planning. Myriel, Valjean is a blank slate, molded by his encounters and circumstances.