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"Was there ever such
an idea? To take in a man like that,
and give him a bed. It is a blessing he did nothing but steal. It gives
me chills to think what could have happened. "
"The mayor became pale and wiped his brow, and without
saying a word he fell on his knees under the cart and with a
strength I have never witnessed, he raised the cart enough so that
old Fauchelevent was pulled to safety."
" That’s all changed now. His methods have turned what was
once a worthless factory into a gold mine and given new life to our
town. I have never seen a man transform a town or himself by such
sheer force of will."
"She plays hard and wears out her clothes, and
so we must ask you for an additional five francs a month. You
surely realize she is a growing girl and requires more food. "
"Paris is a sewer, streets littered with riff raff. It’s a
disgrace. Young women walking the streets, children begging for
food. I hardly know what the world has come to. "
"Yes, the factory and the streets of Montreuil-sur-mer
must be purged of those who would bring us shame. "
" His horse collapsed and the cart fell, its whole weight came
to rest on the old man’s chest. "
LES MISERABLES by Michael Druce
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Beginning with Inspector Javert's opening words, “You are free,” Jean Valjean leaves Toulon prison after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. With nowhere to go and rejected by everyone he meets, Valjean once again turns to... read more
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