Les Misérables, v. 3-5 Fantine - Cosette - Marius - The Idyll and the Epic - Jean Valjean
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Les Misérables, v. 3-5 Fantine - Cosette - Marius - The Idyll and the Epic - Jean Valjean

By Victor Hugo
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  • LES MISÉRABLES.
  • BY
  • VICTOR HUGO.
    • PART THIRD.
      • MARIUS.
      • AUTHORIZED TRANSLATION BY SIR LASCELLES WRAXALL.
      • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
      • MARIUS.
    • MARIUS
    • PARIS STUDIED IN ITS GAMIN.
      • PARVULUS.
      • THE GAMIN'S CHARACTERISTICS.
      • HE IS AGREEABLE.
      • HE MAY BE USEFUL.
      • HIS CONFINES.
      • A BIT OF HISTORY.
      • THE GAMIN WOULD HAVE HIS PLACE IN INDIAN CASTES.
      • A CHARMING ANECDOTE OF THE LAST KING.
      • THE OLD SOUL OF GAUL.
      • ECCE PARIS, ECCE HOMO.
      • THE REIGN OF RIDICULE.
      • THE FUTURE LATENT IN THE PEOPLE.
      • LITTLE GAVROCHE.
    • LE GRAND BOURGEOIS.
      • NINETY YEARS AND TWO-AND-THIRTY TEETH.
      • LIKE MASTER, LIKE HOME.
      • LUC ESPRIT.
      • AN ASPIRING CENTENARIAN.
      • BASQUE AND NICOLETTE.
      • MAGNON AND HER TWO LITTLE ONES.
      • RULE: NO ONE RECEIVED UNTIL EVENING.
      • TWO DO NOT MAKE A PAIR.
    • GRANDFATHER AND GRANDSON.
      • AN OLD DRAWING-ROOM.
      • A RED SPECTRE OF THAT DAY.
      • REQUIESCANT!
      • THE END OF THE BRIGAND.
      • MARIUS MEETS A CHURCHWARDEN.
      • WHAT RESULTED FROM MEETING A CHURCHWARDEN.
      • SOME PETTICOAT.
      • MARBLE AGAINST GRANITE.
    • THE FRIENDS OF THE A. B. C.
      • A GROUP THAT NEARLY BECAME HISTORICAL.
      • BOSSUET'S FUNERAL ORATION ON BLONDEAU.
      • MARIUS IS ASTONISHED.
      • THE BACK ROOM OF THE CAFÉ MUSAIN.
      • ENLARGEMENT OF THE HORIZON.
      • RES ANGUSTA.
    • THE GOOD OF MISFORTUNE.
      • MARIUS IS INDIGENT.
      • MARIUS POOR.
      • MARIUS GROWS.
      • M. MABŒUF.
      • POVERTY A GOOD NEIGHBOR TO MISERY.
      • THE SUBSTITUTE.
    • THE CONJUNCTION OF TWO STARS.
      • NICKNAMES AND SURNAMES.
      • LUX FACTA EST.
      • THE EFFECT OF SPRING.
      • BEGINNING OF A GREAT MALADY.
      • MAME BOUGON IS THUNDER-STRUCK.
      • TAKEN PRISONER.
      • ADVENTURES OF THE LETTER "U" LEFT TO CONJECTURES.
      • EVEN INVALIDS MAY BE LUCKY.
      • ECLIPSE.
    • PATRON MINETTE.
      • MINES AND MINERS.
      • THE BOTTOM.
      • BABET, GUEULEMER, CLAQUESOUS, AND MONTPARNASSE.
      • COMPOSITION OF THE TROOP.
    • THE EVIL POOR.
      • MARIUS LOOKING FOR A GIRL'S BONNET MEETS A MAN'S CAP.
      • MARIUS FINDS SOMETHING.
      • FOUR LETTERS.
      • A ROSE IN WRETCHEDNESS.
      • A PROVIDENTIAL PEEP-HOLE.
      • THE WILD-BEAST MAN IN HIS LAIR.
      • STRATEGY AND TACTICS.
      • A SUNBEAM IN THE GARRET.
      • JONDRETTE ALMOST CRIES.
      • THE TARIFF OF CAB-FARES.
      • WRETCHEDNESS OFFERS HELP TO SORROW.
      • THE USE OF M. LEBLANC'S FIVE-FRANC PIECE.
      • PLOT AND COUNTERPLOT.
      • A POLICE-AGENT GIVES A LAWYER TWO "KNOCK-ME-DOWNS."
      • JONDRETTE MAKES HIS PURCHASE.
      • A SONG TO AN ENGLISH AIR POPULAR IN 1832.
      • THE USE OF MARIUS'S FIVE-FRANC PIECE.
      • THE TWO CHAIRS FACE TO FACE.
      • TREATING OF DARK DEPTHS.
      • THE TRAP.
      • ALWAYS BEGIN BY ARRESTING THE VICTIMS.
      • THE LITTLE CHILD WHO CRIED IN VOLUME SECOND.
      • END OF PART THIRD.
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