Les Miserables Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Les Misrables.
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Les Misrables

Summary: A literature analysis using diction, detail, poing of view and organization. Talkes about the theme of "Love" using quotations from the book.
Les Misérables uses philanthropic and loving tones to demonstrate the transformation of Jean Valjean from a hardened convict to a humanitarian.

The diction of Les Misérables amplifies the conversion of Jean Valjean. Valjean's "cries died away into the mist" from the "bad conscience" of a "miserable man." Jean feels only a haze of the world because he is an outcast. His ethics were put aside for a moment and he was sent into the galleys for 19 years. He is forced to live a depressing and gloomy life with his social status forever tainted. Then he is given a second chance, Javet finds he "owes his life" to a "convict" who gives "strength and courage to all." A man who spends his career searching for Valjean finds that he has a struggle of conscience and takes his own life because of his opposing loyalties. Through the...

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