Les Miserables Essay | The Changing of Jean Val Jean

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The Changing of Jean Val Jean

Summary: This essay explains the transformation of Jean Val Jean throughout his life in Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables."
The story Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, began with introducing the main character, Jean Valjean to us. He was a convict, who had to do time in prison for stealing a loaf of bread for his family. During his time in prison, he tried to escape numerous times, making his sentence longer. Eventually, Jean Valjean was set free, but by no means was he a free man. No longer was he forced to do the treacherous labor he was forced to do every day, but he was not a free citizen because of his yellow passport that would label him an ex-convict forever. Jean Valjean was in the dark, not literally, but spiritually. He had no hope, no life, no future, and was incapable of love, until he met the Bishop, a man who was "in the light." The Bishop had a wonderful life...

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