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Miserables: Tomo V

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"Miserables: Tomo V" by Victor Hugo is a powerful and compelling continuation of the epic story of Jean Valjean, Fantine, Cosette, and the other memorable characters introduced in the previous volumes. In this installment, Hugo delves deeper into the lives and struggles of the characters, painting a vivid picture of the societal injustices and personal hardships they face.

The novel is beautifully written, with Hugo's intricate prose bringing to life the emotions and turmoil of each character. The themes of redemption, love, and sacrifice are woven throughout the storyline, creating a deeply moving and thought-provoking narrative.

Hugo's exploration of the social issues of his time, such as poverty, inequality, and political unrest, adds a rich layer of depth to the story, making it both a compelling work of fiction and a poignant commentary on the human condition.

Overall, "Miserables: Tomo V" is a must-read for fans of classic literature and those interested in delving into the complexities of human nature and society. Hugo's masterful storytelling and poignant themes make this novel a timeless classic that will resonate with readers long after they have finished the final page.

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Juan Valjean rescata a Mario gravemente herido y lo lleva a casa de su abuelo. Le perdona la vida a Javert, quien le confiesa que lo ha estado persiguiendo y que no fue sincero cuando lo prometió. Por otro lado, Mario no quiere que Juan Valjean siga visitando a Cosette, pues este ya le había dicho que no era su verdadero padre, y deciden que las visitas serán cada vez más esporádicas con tal de que, con el tiempo, deje de verla .

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