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He was paroled and released from prison after 20 years, but society discriminates him from work, shelter, and food because he is an ex-convict. However, Myriel, a priest helped him live a new life and Valjean, under a new name, had become successful. Soon his archenemy Javert, found and discovered his secret identity.
The story revolved about how Javert chases Valjean, while Valjean protects Cosette. They soon end up in the middle of a revolution where Cosette fell in love with Marius, one of the rebels. Javert ends up being a prisoner of the rebels and Valjean releases him.
When the revolution was over, Javert had finally caught Valjean but he cannot arrest him because he owes his life to the latter.
Javert commits suicide afterwards. Cosette and Marius got married and when Valjean was about to die, he gave a letter to Cosette explaining the death of her mother and asking for forgiveness. Introspection and Reflection — Secular Law vs.
Moral Order Les Miserable is not just another story filled with romance, action, and adventure.
If you look deeper, the movie reflects the values and beliefs of the French society in the olden times and Victor Hugo, in writing the novel, tried to insert some of his political beliefs into the story.
He had perfectly personified the conflict between secular law and moral law.
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I believe that Police Inspector Javert is the personification of the secular law while Priest Myriel symbolizes moral order. Please take note that Priest Myriel does not in any way symbolize Catholism or Religion but the moral order of humanity in general.
Valjean personifies every man who is in conflict between the secular law and moral order. An example of this conflict is when Valjean steals a loaf of bread to feed to his family.
Was his act proper in feeding his family at any cost or is the act of stealing wrong under any circumstance?
In the movie, it would depend on who you ask, Javert or Myriel.
If you ask the former, he would consider you as a criminal without any regard to mitigating circumstances while the latter will tell you that the good of keeping people from starving would outweigh the trespass of theft.
Hugo did this to point the fallibility of secular law. Javert, like the law itself, lacks humanity. He believes that the law can never be wrong and must be followed to the letter. Javert puts the law above his own humanity that is why his world shatters when he felt compassion for Valjean which leaves him distraught and suicidal.
It was the barricade. The barricade is the wall that guards against government power and limits the freedom of individuals. For me, the barricade represents democracy. The barricade keeps anarchy and dictatorship at bay.
However if the government 1st battle in the movie when the army attacks the camp or the people 2nd battle when the child picks up ammunition cross the barricade, conflicts would ensue because it destroys the order of society.Nov 09, · The feels I have fjbdhxudjxye fc. Youngest Jean Valjean Ever in Broadway's Les Miserables - Easter Bonnet - Duration: Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS 1,, views.
Les Miserables Reaction Paper Sunday, September 28, Les Miserables. By: Victor Hugo. Movie: Les Miserables  Starring: Liam Neeson as Jean Valjean Geoffrey Rush as Javert Uma Thurman as Fantine Claire Danes as Cosette [adult] Mimi Newman as Cosette [child].
A potent social document of poverty, ignorance, and brutality of man by Victor Hugo, Les Miserables is also a rousing adventure of the hapless victim of French society - Jean Valjean, and his valiant struggle to redeem his past. The movie had been so well done.
The opening had been rather grand.3/5(2). Reaction Paper – Les Miserables Les Misérables translated variously from French as The Miserable Ones, The Wretched, The Poor Ones, The Wretched Poor, The Victims) () is a novel by French author Victor Hugo and is widely considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century.
It follows the lives and interactions of several French. Les Miserables (Reaction Paper) Les Miserables (the musical) in my opinion is one of the best musical renditions in the world.
Whether it’d be in the theatre or on the big screen, Les Miserables, never cease to deliver such a heartfelt act. Reaction Paper on Les Miserables Movie () Les Misérables (Reaction Paper) Les Misérables (the musical) in my opinion is one of the best musical renditions in the world.
Whether it’d be in the theatre or on the big screen, Les Misérables, never cease to deliver such a heartfelt act.