Les Misérables (Texte intégral annoté)

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Ce livre numérique présente Les Misérables (Texte intégral annoté) de Victor Hugo avec une table des matières dynamique et détaillée. Ce roman, paru en 1862, un des plus populaires de la littérature française, a donné lieu à de nombreuses adaptations au cinéma. Victor Hugo y décrit la vie de misérables dans Paris et la France provinciale du xixe siècle et s'attache plus particulièrement aux pas du bagnard Jean Valjean qui n'est pas sans rappeler le condamné à mort du Dernier Jour d'un condamné ou Claude Gueux. C'est un roman historique, social et philosophique dans lequel on retrouve les idéaux du romantisme et ceux de Victor Hugo concernant la nature humaine. Victor Hugo, né le 26 février 1802 à Besançon et mort le 22 mai 1885 à Paris, est un poète, dramaturge et prosateur romantique considéré comme l’un des plus importants écrivains de langue française. Il est aussi une personnalité politique et un intellectuel engagé qui a compté dans l’Histoire du XIXe siècle. Victor Hugo a fortement contribué au renouvellement de la poésie et du théâtre ; il a été admiré par ses contemporains et l’est encore, mais il a été aussi contesté par certains auteurs modernes. Il a aussi permis à de nombreuses générations de développer une réflexion sur l’engagement de l’écrivain dans la vie politique et sociale grâce à ses multiples prises de position qui le condamneront à l’exil pendant les vingt ans du Second Empire. Ses choix, à la fois moraux et politiques, durant la deuxième partie de sa vie, et son œuvre hors du commun ont fait de lui un personnage emblématique que la Troisième République a honoré à sa mort le 22 mai 1885 par des funérailles nationales qui ont accompagné le transfert de sa dépouille au Panthéon de Paris, le 31 mai 1885. Contenu: LES MISERABLES — Tome I — Fantine LES MISERABLES — Tome II — Cosette LES MISERABLES — Tome III — Marius LES MISERABLES — Tome IV — L’idylle rue Plumet et l’épopée rue Saint-Denis LES MISERABLES — Tome V — Jean Valjean NOTES
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This carefully crafted ebook: " Les Miserables (Fully Illustrated Unabridged Hapgood Translation)” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Les Miserables is a French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862, that is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century. The unabridged Hapgood Translation is widely regarded as a classic translation of this novel. This edition is fully illustrated with classic Les Miserables illustrations by different illustrators. Beginning in 1815 and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris, the novel follows the lives and interactions of several characters, focusing on the struggles of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his experience of redemption. The novel elaborates upon the history of France, the architecture and urban design of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, antimonarchism, justice, religion, and the types and nature of romantic and familial love. Les Misérables contains many plots, but the main thread is the story of ex-convict, Jean Valjean (known by his prison number, 24601), who becomes a force for good in the world, but cannot escape his dark past. The novel is divided into five volumes, each volume divided into books, and subdivided into chapters (for a total of three hundred sixty-five chapters). Each chapter is relatively short, usually no longer than a few pages. Nevertheless, the novel as a whole is quite lengthy by modern standards, exceeding fourteen hundred pages in unabridged editions (nineteen hundred pages in French). It also contains what has many times, incorrectly, been considered the longest sentence in a published novel. Within the borders of the novel's story, Hugo fills many pages with his thoughts on religion, politics, and society, including several lengthy digressions, one being a discussion on enclosed religious orders, one on the construction of the Paris sewers, another being on argot, and most famously, his retelling of the Battle of Waterloo. Content: Volume I – Fantine Volume II – Cosette Volume III – Marius Volume IV – The Idyll in the Rue Plumet and the Epic in the Rue St. Denis Volume V – Jean Valjean

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e-artnow
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Published on
May 25, 2013
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Pages
438
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ISBN
9788074840647
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Language
French
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Genres
Fiction / Classics
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