Les Misérables | Study Guide

Victor Hugo

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Les Misérables | Character Map

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Javert Merciless police inspector; instrument of law enforcement in an unjust society Adopted father Rivals Loves Benefactor Mother Unjustly prosecutes Foster sisters Abusive foster father Chaste lovers Spiritual father Pursues Daughter Nemeses Jean Valjean Bitter ex-convict turned kind, idealistic business man Cosette Abused foster child; loving daughter Fantine Betrayed lover and devout mother; underclass victim of society Marius Bourgeois lawyer turned idealistic rebel; devout son and lover Eponine Victim of poverty and unrequited love; selfless friend Thénardier Dangerous sociopath; abusive Monseigneur Bienvenu Kind bishop; champion of the poor and distressed
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