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Los Miserables
Los Miserables
Los Miserables
Audiolibro3 horas

Los Miserables

Escrito por Victor Hugo

Narrado por Alberto Marin

Calificación: 4 de 5 estrellas

4/5

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Información de este audiolibro

FonoLibro se complace en presentar el Audiolibro dramatizado en español "Los Miserables" basado en la historia original de Víctor Hugo. Catalogada como la primera novela social de su época, Los Miserables, es una de obras literarias las más famosas de todos los tiempos.

Es la historia de Jean Valjean, un convicto que estuvo injustamente encarcelado por 19 años por haberse robado una rebanada de pan. Al ser liberado de su injusta condena, Valjean trata de escapar de su pasado, lleno de maldad y depravación, para vivir una vida digna y honesta. Sin embargo, esto se ve truncado al ser reconocido por el inspector Javert, quien lo persigue obsesionadamente para enviarlo de nuevo a prisión. Esta persecución consume la vida de ambos hombres, terminando en un inesperado desenlace.

No se pierda escuchar esta magnífica producción dramatizada, considerada una de las mejores producciones de FonoLibro, con un elenco completo, música original y efectos de sonido que le dan vida y le harán vivir la maravillosa obra de Víctor Hugo y le llegará al corazón.

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Fecha de lanzamiento1 abr 2018
ISBN9781611540567
Los Miserables
Autor

Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo (1802–1885) was a French writer and prominent figure during Europe’s Romantic movement. As a child, he traveled across the continent due to his father’s position in the Napoleonic army. As a young man, he studied law although his passion was always literature. In 1819, Hugo created Conservateur Littéraire, a periodical that featured works from up-and-coming writers. A few years later he published a collection of poems Odes et Poésies Diverses followed by the novel Han d’Islande in 1825. Hugo has an extensive catalog, yet he’s best known for the classics The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1831) and Les Misérables (1862).

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  • Calificación: 4 de 5 estrellas
    4/5
    Summary: A massive book by a French patriot about people, humanity society and philosophy.
    He uses an epic story of one mans redemption to illustrate and navigate a lot of these ideas.

    Things I liked:

    Characters:

    I loved the characters like Val Jean and Gav Roche. Fantine and Javert and many other besides.

    While they may have been a little unrealistic at times (extreme people in extreme circumstances certainly not like anyone I really know or have met); they ooze poetry (extreme ideas counter pointed within themselves or against each other). Just thinking about the contrast of Val Jean and Javert right now gives me goose bumps.

    I also really liked the way he would introduce a small-ish character into the story, use them and let them go again.

    Scope:


    Hugo will set up a character hundreds of pages earlier for a beautiful payoff later on (for example the Sister Simplice who never lies (not even to spare Fantine the pain not having her daughter,
    who then lies twice to Javert to protect Val Jean. Other characters like this include the horticulturist who dies waving the flag at the barricade and Thenadier who weaves his way through the entire story .

    Things I thought could be improved:

    Informational Sections:

    I'm a bit in two minds, but basically I think a lot of the 'non-fiction' sections could have potentially been moved to an appendix at the back. It seems you'd just be getting to a really good bit of the plot and then STOP !!! I'd be treated to 140 pages on Waterloo or the sewersof Paris (their historical antecedents etc). It's been pointed out to me and I agree that this information does add to the plot, but I still think a bit of editing could have tightened things up a bit.

    Name dropping:

    I get the impression Victor Hugo had read very widely and learnt about a lot of things and events because he must have mentioned just about everyone of them in this book. I got probably about 30% of them and found all the classical references a bit over the top sometimes.

    Highlight:

    For me the section when Javert confronts Val Jean by Fantine's bedside gave me goosebumps.


    Jean Valjean, armed with his bar of iron, walked slowly up to Fantine's couch. When he arrived there he turned and said to Javert, in a voice that was barely audible:-

    "I advise you not to disturb me at this moment."

    One thing is certain, and that is that Javert trembled.
  • Calificación: 5 de 5 estrellas
    5/5
    Me llevo a la época ,, me puso triste y feliz ,,, cuestiona tus valores y temas éticos del ser humano
  • Calificación: 5 de 5 estrellas
    5/5
    Magnífico, de los mejores libros que he leído ? ?
  • Calificación: 5 de 5 estrellas
    5/5
    La forma tan diciente en que se leyó, se hizo sentir lo que se vivía en la historia
  • Calificación: 3 de 5 estrellas
    3/5
    Muy buena la dramatización, pero demasiado condensada deja de lado algunos hechos trancendentes
  • Calificación: 5 de 5 estrellas
    5/5
    Es una excelente obra literaria justo lo que necesitaba ?