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    You are on page 1of 6 Search inside document Les MiserablesTest 1. What was Jean Valjeans crime? Why was he in prison so long? How is a convict discriminated against after being released from prison? What is Valjeans moral dilemma the night he stays with the bishop?

    How does Valjean become Mayor? How does Jeans rescue of LaMont pose a risk? Why does Fantine leave her child with the Thnardiers? How does the author characterize the Thnardiers? How do the Thnardiers treat Cosette?

    When Javert comes to Mayor Madelines town to work, what trouble does he stir up? What is Mayor Madelines Valjeans inner conflict concerning the real Valjean who will be sentenced in Arras? Why isnt Valjean arrested at the courthouse? What does Valjean ask of Javert when Javert shows up to arrest him?

    How does Jean escape? How does Jean fulfill a promise to Fantine? What does Cosette give Jean that he has never had before? How does LaMont convince the reverend mother to allow Jean and Cosette to stay at the convent? What does the reverend mother give Cosette that she has never had before? Why do Valjean and Cosette decide to leave the convent?

    What does reverend mother provide Cosette with before she leaves? Why does Marius live with his grandfather instead of his father? When Marius falls in love, how does he inadvertently change Cosettes life? What lies do the Thenardiers tell to gain sympathy and assistance from Valjean and his daughter Cosette?

    How does Eponine manipulate both Cosette and Marius? Who is the spy in the barricade, and what is his fate?

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    Who agrees to execute the spy? What does Marius second letter to Cosette say? What does Marius threaten to do if the soldiers do not retreat?

    Marius is in love, but what comes first? What obstacle does Jean encounter as he carries Marius through the sewers of Paris?

    Les Misérables by Victor Hugo

    Principally focusing on the struggles of the protagonist—ex-convict Jean Valjean—who seeks to redeem himself, the novel also examines the impact of Valjean's actions for the sake of social commentary. It examines the nature of good, evil, and the law, in a sweeping story that expounds upon the history of France, architecture of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, law, justice, religion, and the types and nature of romantic and familial love.

    The novel is divided into five parts, each part divided into books, and subdivided into chapters. Each chapter is relatively short; usually no longer than a few pages.

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    Nevertheless, the book in its entirety is quite lengthy by usual standards, well exceeding twelve hundred pages in unabridged editions.

    Within the borders of the novel's story arc, Hugo fills many pages with his thoughts on religion, politics, and society, including his three lengthy digressions, one being a discussion on enclosed religious orders, another being on argot, and most famously, his epic retelling of the Battle of Waterloo. The story starts in , in Toulon. After five years of imprisonment in the bagne of Toulon for stealing bread for his starving sister and her family, and fourteen more for numerous attempts to escape, the peasant Jean Valjean is released.

    However, he is required to carry a yellow passport, which marks him as a convict. Rejected by innkeepers, who do not want to take in a convict, Valjean sleeps on the street.

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