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Miserables, Los
Miserables, Los
Miserables, Los
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Miserables, Los

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Jean Valjean es un ex-presidiario. Cuando llega al pueblo de D., rumbo a su pueblo natal y presenta su pasaporte -en el que figura como ex-reo y ''hombre peligroso''- en el ayuntamiento, nadie se digna a acogerle y a darle de comer, salvo don Bienvenido, el párroco. Traicionando a su protector, Valjean le roba la cubertería de plata, pero le detienen en los alrededores, llevándole frente al párroco. Don Bienvenido decide no denunciarle, pero le arranca una promesa: usar lo que ha tomado para hacerse un hombre de bien.
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Fecha de lanzamiento1 ene 2009
ISBN9789871471096
Miserables, Los
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Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo (1802-85) was a French dramatist, novelist, and poet who in 1830 was called "the most powerful mind of the Romantic movement". His early success came in drama, and he used the stage as a platform for his social and political ideas. Hugo published his forceful verse drama Cromwell in 1824. Three years later, he added a provocative preface supporting the claims of Romantic drama as against the French classical tradition and calling for works that combined tragedy and comedy in the free style of Shakespeare. The controversial Hernani, presented at the Comédie-Française in 1830, marked the beginning of a prolific period of playwriting, which was partly inspired by his love for the actress Juliette Drouet. Their affair began in 1833; she eventually left the stage and became his companion until her death in 1883. Hugo's other works included the verse-drama Le Roi s'amuse (1832), which was banned from the French stage but subsequently used by Verdi as the libretto for Rigoletto, and the prose plays Lucrèce Borgia and Marie Tudor (both 1833). The failure of Les Burgraves (1843), together with the advent of realism in the mid 19th century, brought the Romantic experiment to an end. Owing to his opposition to the government, Hugo spent the years from 1851 to 1870 in exile, first in Brussels and then on the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. During his exile he wrote a few plays and the epic novel Les Misérables (1862), which returned to the stage as a vastly successful musical more than a century later. He returned to Paris after the proclamation of the Third Republic and died in 1885. He was buried in the Panthéon after being driven there, at his own request, in a poor man's hearse.

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