Les Misérables (French Edition)
Without Victor Hugo's epic novel Les Miserables it is impossible to imagine the spiritual history of the XIX century. The author is claimed to be a great French classic. When creating "Les Miserables", Hugo, was primarily concerned with three topics: "the oppression of men... the fall of a woman due to hunger, the withering of a child due to the darkness of ignorance.“ Those issues were reflected in the storyline of each character: the convict Jean Valjean, Fantine, and Cosette, all of them are society's outcasts. Jean Valjean was sentenced to twenty years of hard labor for stealing bread for his starving family.