“Les Misérables” a masterpiece by Victor Hugo, is his most famous work. This novel is a French story that depicts the life of the poor in Paris in the nineteenth century and, in a way, expresses the social and political history of France; to the extent that, in some parts, it is blended with romantic elements. The main character of the story is a middle-aged man named Jean Valjean; with his heroics and influential and different life, he will be an unforgettable character for readers.
Jean Valjean, a former convict, is released and rejected by society until the kind Bishop Myriel offers him shelter. Valjean repays this generosity by stealing, but the bishop covers for him. Moved, Valjean vows to change his ways and becomes Mayor Madeleine in Montreuil-sur-mer.
Fantine, a young woman, falls into despair after a failed romance and gives her daughter, Cosette, to the unscrupulous Thénardiers for care. Valjean, now Madeleine, rescues Cosette, and they flee to Paris. Marius, a young man, falls in love with Cosette but faces opposition from Valjean. Political turmoil ensues, leading to a barricade.
Marius and Cosette’s love survives the chaos. Valjean, revealed as a former convict, escapes Javert and saves Marius during the barricade. Valjean’s past is exposed to Marius, creating tension, but a reconciliation occurs before Valjean’s death. Marius and Cosette marry, and Valjean finds peace in their happiness.
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