Gillenormand, with whom she lives. Javert arrives after a tip-off from Eponie woman with letter and Theirdenair and the Misses is arrested. He shares the political principles of his father and has a tempestuous relationship with his royalist grandfather, Monsieur Gillenormand. Brujon's role in the musical expands to cover. Valjean makes plans to move to London. Unfortunately, Charles X is a clueless, rigid reactionary with kitty litter for brains, who thinks that going back to the prerevolutionary absolute monarchy would be a perfectly swell idea. Thénardier emerges from the darkness.
Rosa , Laffont, 1985, , p. Valjean is torn, but decides to reveal himself to save the innocent man, whose real name is Champmathieu. Marius then reailzes that Valjean was not evil and he even saved his life. Hugo explained his ambitions for the novel to his Italian publisher: I don't know whether it will be read by everyone, but it is meant for everyone. Marius's grandfather, Gillanormand, didn't apporve of his father, Pontmercy, so he told Marius that his father hated him. Later, when Javert confronts Valjean in her hospital room, because her illness has made her so weak, she dies of shock after Javert reveals that Valjean is really a prisoner and has not brought Cosette to her after the doctor encouraged that incorrect belief that Valjean's recent absence was because he was bringing her daughter to her.
A son of the Theirdenairs, Gavroche, who does not particapte in the family crimes busts them out of prision. Javert, suprisingly, grants this request. For many single mothers like Fantine who could probably not afford to care for Cosette completely, let alone watch her during the day, sending a child away to work and live would have been a difficult, yet necessary decision. The cast includes as Valjean, as Javert, as Fantine, as Mme. Former criminals were not allowed to sign legal documents.
That sinister victory was vanquished by liberty. Marius pities her and gives her some money. As Marius recovers, he sinks in to depression about being the only person to have survived the barricade. Javert gives him a pistol to signal them when Jonderette began whatever he was planning. While Monsieur and Madame Theirdenair are monologuing, Valjean cuts himself free.
Valjean is only allowed to see her once a night. His first work of mainstream success was Notre-Dame de Paris, known in English as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame a historical novel that provides a harsh condemnation of social ills. Without hesitation, Valjean rushes down a dark alleyway, only to realize that it is a dead end. Finally, the bishop of the church allows him to stay at his house. Get history right you say?? He also orders Valjean to write a letter to Cosette to return to the apartment, and they would keep her with them until he delivers the money.
G 3-D5 Thénardier's unscrupulous wife, who abuses Cosette but dotes on her own daughter, Éponine. I saw the play years ago and hated it, because I did not know the plot and the singing was difficult to understand. Eponine appears at the Barricade to proclaim her love for Marius just as she dies from a fatal bullet wound. The July Revolution is only glossed over in the novel and not addressed in the musical though it impacted the future June Rebellion of 1832 which is showcased in Les Misérables. After he is returned home, Valjean asks to say good bye to Cosette.
While searching for food and a place to sleep, he chances upon a kindly bishop who inspires him to 'give. After stealing from a small child, he decides to change his ways. One night, during one of Marius's visits with Cosette, the six men attempt to raid Valjean's and Cosette's house. He also orders Azelma to punch out a window pane, which she does, resulting in cutting her hand as Thénardier had hoped. Thet move to a house named Rue Plumet. The author also states to the reader that Éponine anonymously threw the note to Valjean.
However, his inclusion of these characters andimage scenes is not to be confused with praise. After he is returned home, Valjean asks to say good bye to Cosette. Surprised, Valjean offers the man one hundred francs to let them spend the night in his lodgings. Waterloo, by cutting short the demolition of European thrones by the sword, had no other effect than to cause the revolutionary work to be continued in another direction. Marguerite de Blemeur — The prioress of the Petit-Picpus convent. Valjean, Marius, and the five men are the only ones still alive. I have given you the condesed version of the condesed version.