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Humanities 6.21.2016 Les Miserables: Victor Hugo Fantine: Symbolism Bishop symbol of Christ (redeemer) Candlesticks grace/mercy, light Light vs. Darkness (Bishop’s face vs. Jean Valjean’s face) Theme Death and Resurrection Cemetery Ship Orion Coffin Hugo can get away with Fauchelevent (the guy he saves form the fallen carriage) helping Valjean because of the idea (if you do good, often times that good will be returned to you by the person you did good by) Conflicts person vs. society: Jean Valjean (how he escapes demands) society labels him as a convict even though he has paid his time person vs. self: Tempest in the Brain person vs. person: Valjean vs. Javert and M vs. P&G
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