Les Miserables Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Les Misrables.
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Les Misrables - a Review

Summary: Reviews the novel, Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. Desccribes the story's plot and considers how certain events in the text relate to modern times.
Paris, France- While picking up a book the other day to read, I read it with great detail in goal to find mistakes. Not just spelling or capitalization, I am talking about falsified facts and details. In addition biases. After reading that piece and four others, I declared that everyone has a bias and no one can be perfectly not bias. Although there are steps to try and keep bias points out, there will always be biases.

When writing books or papers of any kind, the author is always going to have their bias. Whether they liked Jean Valjean, or though he should have been shot, there will be a bias. Once again, everyone has their own opinion and bias. Once an author gets in the flow of his or her writing, things just work out and out comes their opinion. People's opinions are...

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