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Read online Les Misérables.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Les Misérables Het aangrijpende verhaal van de hoofdpersoon Jean Valjean begint met een gebeurtenis die hem zijn hele leven zal blijven achtervolgen hij steelt een brood om zijn neefjes die al dagen niets meer hebben gegeten van de hongerdood te redden Dit op zich onbeduidende incident komt hem echter op een zware gevangenisstraf te staan hij wordt veroordeeld tot negentien jaar dwangarbeid Als hij na al die ellendige jaren vrijgelaten wordt wil niemand meer iets met hem te maken hebben Desondanks weet Valjean zich te ontwikkelen tot een gerespecteerd burger Zijn criminele verleden blijft hem echter achtervolgen in de persoon van zijn aartsrivaal inspecteur Javert die verbeten op hem blijft jagen vanwege zijn al dan niet vermeende misstappen Hierdoor kunnen Valjean en zijn aangenomen dochter Cosette geen rust vinden en bewegen zij zich als paria s door een maatschappij die zich kenmerkt door onrust oproer en sociale misstanden by Victor Hugo, Manuel Serdav

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Les Misérables
Title:Les Misérables
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ISBN:9022979660
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Number of Pages:320
Category:fiction, historical-fiction, classics, literature, france, historical
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Les Misrables: Volume Two, Les Misrables : Tome I, Ninety-Three, Les Misrables, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, (), The Man Who Laughs, Les Misrables - Samhllets olycksbarn (abridged), The Last Day of a Condemned Man, The Toilers of the Sea
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