Jean Valjean is purely evil, and his attempts at repentance are only attempts to get out of trouble and to once again be assimilated into his surroundings, so he can once again do evil. You best stop all dat hood shit and become a better man, yo! Valjean escapes prison after falling from a rope, and he rescues Cosette from the wicked Thénardiers. Unable to live in the debt of a thief he throws himself off a bridge into the Seine River below. However, he loses track of her after she leaves the convent. Now Les Misèrables is about to become successful with a whole new raft of fans as its has been made into a Hollywood blockbuster. Javert shows he is a rationalist because he believes the law is infallible with all his soul.
When alone with Javert, however, Valjean instead secretly lets him go free. . Eventually, Valjean ends up staying with a religious man, Myriel. Make of this what you like. He and Cosette talk of their upcoming wedding and invite Valjean to live with them after they are married.
There, they spend several months in quiet happiness, as Valjean teaches Cosette to read and write and nurses her back from her state of wretchedness and near-starvation. Suddenly, an elderly man is pinned under a runaway cart. The bandits do not harm him, and more remarkably, they return the stolen items from the cathedral so that Myriel can conduct religious services. Nor is he intimidated by the violent or dangerous. Tensions are rising in the streets of Paris, and Courfeyrac and Enjolras, among others, are preparing to fight against the army, hoping to spark another revolution that will lead to social change. Valjean's conscience twinges, and he goes to save him from the spectacularly doomed revolt.
The innkeepers use Cosette as a slave. Marius thought his father abandoned him, but the friendly churchwarden Monsieur Mabeuf tells him the truth, and Marius begins to idolize his father who has died. He has plenty of reasons to hate society and to make his living in a criminal way. The other women at the factory discover this and demand her discharge, insisting she will be nothing but trouble. A young girl of humble origins, she has retained her candor and compassion in the libertine company she keeps. He could either turn the evil man in or die for aiding and abetting the fugitive.
He cannot find a way to reconcile his belief in authority and the law with this new system of mercy. Only the Bishop of Digne invites him in and treats him with compassion. A number of stories are told about Myriel. Alarmed by this revelation and unaware that it was Valjean who saved his life at the barricades, Marius tries to prevent Cosette from having contact with Valjean. This movement was characterized by an emphasis on individual subjectivity, an idealization of nature, and freedom of the artist.
Les Misérables has inspired many adaptations, including an Oscar-winning 2012 film. Throughout the novel, Javert pursues Jean Valjean because he is a convict who is a danger to society. The men hint that they have a surprise for the ladies, but continue to hide it. When Thenardier intended to kill Jean Valjean, Javert came not to stop a crime in process but to get Jean Valjean. Even his release does not bring him any joy; once people find out that he is an ex-convict, they do not want to hire him or have anything to do with them.
He dies with Cosette and Marius standing over his bed and telling him they love him. As the army descends on the tavern, killing all the insurgents who remain, Valjean finds Marius, deeply wounded, behind the barricade, and carries him away. The foreman, whose advances she has rejected, fires her. The bishop's palace at Digne is a magnificent place; vast gardens, sumptuous dining rooms, and numerous luxurious bedrooms. Although she has taken a lover, Félix Tholomyès, she treats her affair with the romantic intensity of a first love.
Valjean becomes known as the poor man who gives alms, but one evening he gives money to a beggar and thinks he recognizes Javert in disguise. Plus, Valjean the only reason he wit Cosette now. He and Valjean agree that Marius and Cosette may marry, and the couple passes several happy months together. Once Marius finds out that Valjean saved his life, though, he wants the man back in Cosette's life. After hearing about the suffering at the hospital during epidemics and other times of crisis, decides that hospital will be relocated to the bishop's palace while Myriel, his sister, and their servant take up residence in the former hospital. The most vivid songs used to identify the various themes of poverty and prostitution are Lovely Ladies, A Heart Full of Love, and Master of The House. He knew that he had to bring back Valjean or else he was in violation of his duty, and that if he were to let Valjean be free he would be equally as evil.
However, now Javert is desperately conflicted by the mercy Valjean has shown him. Our boy gets da hint and stops droppin by. He killed himself because he had failed before the eyes of the law, he failed to do right and was thus proven evil, and did not deserve to live. He protected her, and she gave him strength. She cannot find work, and she has been forced to sell all of her fine possessions to pay off her debts.