In spite of his money, he is repeatedly refused food and shelter for the night with harsh words and threats. A fierce hound routs him from a doghouse when he mistakes it for a worker's hut. Despairingly he sums up his plight with the pathetic cry, "I am not even a dog!
Click here to see the rest of this review Jean Valjean stole a loaf of bread to feed his family.
After 19 years in prison, he emerges a toughened convict ostracized by society. It takes a great act of love to transform him into an individual devoted to good. Fantine was used as a mistress by a man who had no intention of marrying her. After she bears his child, she must leave.
She cannot even have the child with her--instead, she must leave this daughter, called Cosette, with the despicable Thenardiers. She has to beome a prostitute to pay for Cosette's upbringing. Meanwhile, Jean Valjean has reformed and taken Fantine in. He is living under an assumed name, and must give up his freedom to exonerate an innocent man.
Javert a villainous inspector is always in hot pursuit of Jean. Fantine dies, but Jean promises to find and raise Cosette. He escapes from jail and keeps his promise, growing to love Cosette as his own. Eventually, Cosette falls for a young revolutionary named Marius, and Jean must give her up to him.
Javert is constantly in pursuit, and the Thenardiers, from the con-artist father to the innocent youngest son and complicated elder daughter, make several appearances. The book as a whole is a moving commentary on love and social justice.
The review of this Book prepared by Megan Jean Valjean is a poor, cold-hearted convict who escaped from jail where he was unjustly put and is struggling to gain a position in French society.
He searches for shelter and meets a Bishop who will change his whole outlook on life. Jean is forced to create false identitites because the wealty people of society shun ex-convicts. The many identities Jean Valjean takes on are necessary for him to achieve his good deeds towards friends and strangers.
He gets rich off of a simple idea and takes on the identity of Monsieur Madeline, who gives money to people who are in the same situation that he was once in: Javert, a justice-loving police agent, tries to uncover Monsieur Madeline's true identity as Jean Valjean, but Jean leaves the town before Javert can get to the bottom of the story.
In Jean's attempts to help the poor, he comes across a single mother, Fantine, who has a small daughter, Cosette. Fantine had to give Cosette up to a random family, the Thenardiers, when she was looking for another job, and is now about to die. She asks Jean To find Cosette and take her away to where she will be safe.
He finds Cosette and discovers that the Thenardiers are evil people who are also very poor. Jean takes her away and ends up loving the the little girl as his own daughter.
He raises her and experiences love for another human for the first time since he was a young boy. Throughout the book, he finds many different kinds of love and completes good deeds at the same time. Cosette grows up to be a very pretty young woman, and she falls in love with a young man named Marius.Small Role, Big Impact is when a minor character (an "Under-Five" line player, as they used to say) who, through their actions or words, has an impact on the story far, far beyond what such a minor character ought to have normally.
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Fantine the homeless in the book les miserables 17 Melasma Home Remedies That You Should Know About Best Sunscreen for Melasma – 4 Things You Should Know To Find The Best Brand for You. I believe the book is titled 'Les Miserables' because each story in the book touches the heart. Fantine, Eponine, Cosette as a child, Javert and Jean Valjean, each character leaves an indelible impression on your mind. But if I had to choose one, it would be Fantine. The poor woman sacrificed all . Les Miserables is the lifestory of Jean Valjean, a rehabilitated criminal. His struggles to adhere to the truth and to restore/keep his honor continue to push him down. Through one very strong relationship with a child is he able to find worth in life.
Summary. Fantine has readily found a job in M. Madeleine's factory. Unaware of her child's plight, she feels a momentary surge of optimism as her fortune improves. I am a Les Miserables enthusiast. Fangirl.
Fanatic. (the downfall of Fantine as she sinks deeper and deeper into despair, eventually leading to the illness that causes her death) than in a modern news story where there is no connection between the situation and the emotional state of the woman. Les Mis Book Study at lausannecongress2018.com It’s.
I believe the book is titled 'Les Miserables' because each story in the book touches the heart. Fantine, Eponine, Cosette as a child, Javert and Jean Valjean, each character leaves an indelible impression on your mind.
But if I had to choose one, it would be Fantine. The poor woman sacrificed all .