|Victor Hugo. Les Misérables. Translated from the French by Isabel F. Hapgood. Part 5. Jean Valjean.|
|Elibron Classics, 2012, 292 pages.|
ISBN 9780543574947 paperback
ISBN 9780543574930 hardcover
|Translator:||Isabel F. Hapgood|
|Part 5. Jean Valjean|
|This edition is published in 5 volumes sold separately.|
Replica of 1887 edition by Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York.
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|Victor Hugo (1802-1885), list of works|
|Equally renowned as a poet, playwright, and novelist, Victor Hugo nearly lost the manuscript of his most famous work, Les Miserables, during a stormy ocean crossing. (Portions of that novel are based on Hugo's own experiences as a poor student in Paris.) Remembered fondly for his creation of such memorable characters as Jean Valjean and Quasimodo, Hugo also wrote the play Le Roi s'amuse - which was later adapted into the opera Rigoletto.|
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