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As one of the greatest novels of all time, Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables takes the listeneron a journey into the turbulent Parisian underworld. With breathtaking realism, Hugo recreates the dark world of the 1832 uprising and the sad but meaningful struggle between good and evil.

In Les Misérables, Victor Hugo introduces one of the most beloved fictional characters of classic literature, Jean Valjean, who is best known for his imprisonment for the minor offense of stealing a loaf of bread. Through the pages of this novel, Inspector Javert relentlessly pursues Valjean, determined that he should not escape punishment. Although this is a highly entertaining novel, Les Misérables was obviously the method Hugo used for criticizing French politics and the criminal justice system of the time. Not only does this pull at the heart; but it also draws the listener into an entirely different world and time.

Public Domain (P)2022 Goffin Media

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