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Title:Les Miserables: Radio Dramatization
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Les Miserables: Radio Dramatization by Victor Hugo

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Les Miserables: Radio Dramatization When poverty drives Jean Valjean to steal a loaf of bread from a baker s window it is an action which will haunt him for the rest of his life A citizen of post revolutionary France he is suffers nineteen years hard labor On his release his fortunes change after an encounter with a saintly bishop He becomes a respectable businessman and member of society and yet his past continues to dog him in the form of the sadistic Inspector Javert who seems determined to pursue Valjean to the grave .

Shunned on leaving jail Jean Valjean is tempted back into crime Jean Valjean has broken the terms of his parole and is on the run Jean Valjean wins respect as the Mayor of Montreuil but life is less rosy for Fantine Poorly Fantine fears desertion while Jean Valjean decides to let God decide his fate The Mayor of Montreuil reveals his true identity while Fantine lies dangerously ill Jean Valjean sets out to rescue Cosette from the clutches of the Thenardiers Jean Valjean and Cosette arrive in Paris to start a new life A plan to smuggle Jean Valjean out of the convent hits a snag Marius learns of his father s bravery at Waterloo and realises he has been living a lie Marius finds student life is happy yet harsh Valjean and Cosette have a tough dilemna Valjean is nervous about Marius pursuit of Cosette Joss Ackland stars Cosette is entangled in a plot hatched by the evil Thenardiers to catch Valjean Jean Valjean is in mortal danger but can Marius summon Inspector Javert to save him Eponine has found out where Cosette is living but will she tell Marius Love is in the air in the Rue Plumet But why is Jean Valjean so obsessed with secrecy Will the love between Marius and Cosette survive when Valjean leaves for England Valjean confronts Cosette about her love for Marius Joss Ackland stars Tragedy stalks the streets and a familiar face is discovered spying on the Revolutionaries Marius and the rebels face the cannons Valjean and Javert face each other Who will win With Marius barely alive Valjean struggles to find a way out of the Parisian sewers Jean Valjean s life lies in Javert s hands Victor Hugo s epic tale starring Joss Ackland Unaware that Marius has survived the Revolution Cosette is convinced he has died It s Marius and Cosette s wedding day But is that trouble lurking outside the church Valjean tells Marius about his criminal past while Thenardier prepares blackmail plans Can there be a final reconciliation for Valjean and Cosette With Roger Allam

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