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Les Miserables - Reconciliation between a Man and Himself

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Les Miserables - Reconciliation between a Man and Himself

 

The ending of the Victor Hugo novel, Les Miserables, contains a
reconciliation between a man and himself, and his family.  This is, in
many ways, the entire purpose of the book.  Goodness or saintliness can be achieved,
 despite difficult or unwholesome beginnings.  This theme is an enduring one,
because of both its truth and its presentation.  Fay Weldon may as well have been
 describing Les Miserables when she said "The writer, I do believe, who get the best
and most lasting response from readers are the writers who offer happy endings
 through moral development .... some kind of spiritual reassessment or moral
 reconciliation, even with the self, even at death."
 The hero Jean Valjean undergoes quite the transformation throughout the
 course of his story.  He begins as a criminal and convict with absolutely
no scruples.  A kindly prelate forgives him after a theft, and simply turns
the other cheek.  This act of unexpected generosity inspires Valjean...

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