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The Resource Les miserables, Victor Hugo ; translated by Isabel Hapgood

Les miserables, Victor Hugo ; translated by Isabel Hapgood

Label
Les miserables
Title
Les miserables
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Victor Hugo ; translated by Isabel Hapgood
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  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Summary
"Immortalized in popular culture through stage and film adaptations, Victor Hugo's sprawling 1862 novel chronicles the struggles of former convict Jean Valjean and his relentless pursuit by Inspector Javert. A thrilling tale of narrow escapes, romance in the midst of a revolution, and heroism at Waterloo, the story forms a parable of a morally empty state that values retribution rather than justice"--
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1802-1885
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Hugo, Victor
Dewey number
843/.8
Index
no index present
LC call number
PQ2286
LC item number
.A31 2018
Literary form
fiction
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1850-1928
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Hapgood, Isabel Florence
Series statement
Dover thrift editions
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  • Ex-convicts
  • Orphans
  • Paris (France)
Label
Les miserables, Victor Hugo ; translated by Isabel Hapgood
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Publication
Note
"This Dover edition, first published in 2018, is an unabridged republication in one volume of the work originally published in 1887 by Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, New York."-- ECIP data view
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
FANTINE I. A Just Man II. The Fall III. In the Year 1817 IV. To Confide is Somettimes to Deliver into a Person's Power V. The Descent VI. Javert VII. The Champmathieu Affair VIII. A Counter-Blow COSETTE I. Waterloo II. The Ship Orion III. Accomplishment of the Promise Nade to the Dead Woman IV. The Gorbeau Hovel V. For a Black Hunt, A Mute Pack VI. Le Petit-Picpus VII. Parenthesis VIII. Cemeteries Take That Which is Committed Them MARIUS I. Paris Studies in its Atom II. The Great Bourgeois III. The Grandfather and the Grandson IV. The Friends of the ABC V. The Excellence of Misfortune VI. The Conjunction of Two Stars VII. Patron Minette VIII. The Wicked Poor Man ST. DENIS I. A Few Pages of History II. Eponine III. The House in the Rue Plumet IV. Succor From Below May Turn Out to be Succor From on High V. The End of Which Does Not Resemble the Beginning VI. Little Gavroche VII. Slang VIII. Enchantments and Desolations IX. Whither are They Going? X. The 5th of June, 1832 XI.The Atom Fraternizes with the Hurricane XII. Corinthe XIII. Marius Enters the Shadow XIV. The Grandeurs of Despair XV. The Rue de l'Homme Arme JEAN VALJEAN I. The War Between Four Walls II. The Intestine of the Leviathan III. Mud but the Soul IV. Javert Derailed V. Grandson and Grandfather VI. The Sleepless Night VII. The Last Draught from the Cup VIII. Fading Away of the Twilight IX. Supreme Shadow, Supreme Dawn
Control code
sky291474094
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
Dover Thrift edition.
Extent
1369 pages
Isbn
9780486822181
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
2017045645
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
Les miserables, Victor Hugo ; translated by Isabel Hapgood
Publication
Note
"This Dover edition, first published in 2018, is an unabridged republication in one volume of the work originally published in 1887 by Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, New York."-- ECIP data view
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
FANTINE I. A Just Man II. The Fall III. In the Year 1817 IV. To Confide is Somettimes to Deliver into a Person's Power V. The Descent VI. Javert VII. The Champmathieu Affair VIII. A Counter-Blow COSETTE I. Waterloo II. The Ship Orion III. Accomplishment of the Promise Nade to the Dead Woman IV. The Gorbeau Hovel V. For a Black Hunt, A Mute Pack VI. Le Petit-Picpus VII. Parenthesis VIII. Cemeteries Take That Which is Committed Them MARIUS I. Paris Studies in its Atom II. The Great Bourgeois III. The Grandfather and the Grandson IV. The Friends of the ABC V. The Excellence of Misfortune VI. The Conjunction of Two Stars VII. Patron Minette VIII. The Wicked Poor Man ST. DENIS I. A Few Pages of History II. Eponine III. The House in the Rue Plumet IV. Succor From Below May Turn Out to be Succor From on High V. The End of Which Does Not Resemble the Beginning VI. Little Gavroche VII. Slang VIII. Enchantments and Desolations IX. Whither are They Going? X. The 5th of June, 1832 XI.The Atom Fraternizes with the Hurricane XII. Corinthe XIII. Marius Enters the Shadow XIV. The Grandeurs of Despair XV. The Rue de l'Homme Arme JEAN VALJEAN I. The War Between Four Walls II. The Intestine of the Leviathan III. Mud but the Soul IV. Javert Derailed V. Grandson and Grandfather VI. The Sleepless Night VII. The Last Draught from the Cup VIII. Fading Away of the Twilight IX. Supreme Shadow, Supreme Dawn
Control code
sky291474094
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
Dover Thrift edition.
Extent
1369 pages
Isbn
9780486822181
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Lccn
2017045645
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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