1862, while he was in exile
1870, the year Napoleon III lost power
1848, the year the Second Republic was established in France
1851, the year Napoleon III came to power
A crisis of faith and transformation of Jean Valjean's life.
Jean Valjean's release from prison.
The arrest of Jean Valjean.
Jean Valjean having some really nice candlesticks.
Progress must happen through secular means
Progress without religious faith is not possible
Society must take responsibility for social injustice
Achievement of the Ideal Republic does not have to come through violence
He has a personal crisis of faith/worldview.
He feels very depressed about the death of the students in the rebellion.
He cannot face the fact that Jean Valjean is happier than he is.
He feels that he has failed in his duties.
To try to save Marius.
To try to escape from Javert.
Provide information for the French Army.
Return to Cosette before she gets worried about him.
Because Jean Valjean breaks his parole
Because Javert believes Valjean is incapable of change
Because Jean Valjean escaped from prison
Because Javert hates Jean Valjean and wants him to go back to prison.
Reflecting the ideas of Romanticism.
Reflecting the ideals of the Enlightenment.
Belonging to a literary movement condemning superstition and religiosity.
Belonging to the Theatre of the Absurd.
The French Resistance
The Nazi Party
The Battle of Normandy
A strong emphasis on a dialogue with logically flowing ideas
The absence of plot
The absence of setting
A reflection of the possibility that life has no meaning
Cut it down and build a house
Climb it so they can see farther
The tree has four or five leaves.
The tree is cut down.
Estragon's boots are hanging from the tree.
The tree has political flags hanging from it.
It becomes known that she has a child and she is accused of having a bad reputation.
She is caught flirting with the foreman.
She is not very good at sewing clothes and is dismissed for incompetence.
She would rather work on the street.