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Author: Victor Hugo
Ex-convict Jean-Valjean struggles to find redemption after his release for a 19 year prison sentence for stealing food for his starving family.
French history bores me. That aside, this compelling author skilfully portrays redemption; a timeless yet often undiscovered aspect of humanity.
that's the best story written that not only applies when Victor Hugo wrote it, but in the present too. It made me cry and enjoy it
Masterpiece of nineteenth century France. Fantastic story of interwoven lives and the theme of redemption. Famous description of the battle of Waterloo.
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