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100 1  Hugo, Victor 
245 10 Les Misérables 
264  1 Minneapolis :|bLerner Publishing Group,|c2015 
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490 1  First Avenue Classics Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Table of Content -- 
       VOLUME I-FANTINE -- PREFACE -- BOOK FIRST-A JUST MAN -- 1.
          M. Myriel -- 2.    M. 
       Myriel Becomes M. Welcome -- 3.    A Hard 
       Bishopric for a Good Bishop -- 4.    Works 
       Corresponding to Words -- 5.    Monseigneur
       Bienvenu Made His Cassocks Last Too Long -- 6.  &
       #xA0; Who Guarded His House for Him -- 7.  &
       #xA0; Cravatte -- 8.    Philosophy 
       after Drinking -- 9.    The Brother as 
       Depicted by the Sister -- 10.  The Bishop in the 
       Presence of an Unknown Light -- 11.  A Restriction --
       12.  The Solitude of Monseigneur Welcome -- 13. &
       #xA0;What He Believed -- 14.  What He Thought -- BOOK
       SECOND-THE FALL -- 1.    The Evening of a 
       Day of Walking -- 2.    Prudence Counselled
       to Wisdom -- 3.    The Heroism of Passive 
       Obedience -- 4.    Details Concerning the 
       Cheese-Dairies of Pontarlier -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Tranquillity -- 6.    Jean Valjean -- 
       7.    The Interior of Despair -- 8.  &
       #xA0; Billows and Shadows -- 9.    New
       Troubles -- 10.  The Man Aroused -- 11.  What He
       Does -- 12.  The Bishop Works -- 13.  Little 
       Gervais -- BOOK THIRD-IN THE YEAR 1817 -- 1.   &
       #xA0;The Year 1817 -- 2.    A Double 
       Quartette -- 3.    Four and Four -- 4. &
       #xA0;  Tholomyes Is so Merry that He Sings a 
       Spanish Ditty -- 5.    At Bombarda's -- 6. 
          A Chapter in Which They Adore Each Other
       -- 7.    The Wisdom of Tholomyes -- 8. &
       #xA0;  The Death of a Horse -- 9.   &
       #xA0;A Merry End to Mirth -- BOOK FOURTH-TO CONFIDE IS 
       SOMETIMES TO DELIVER INTO A PERSON'S POWER -- 1.  &
       #xA0; One Mother Meets Another Mother -- 2.  &
       #xA0; First Sketch of Two Unprepossessing Figures -- 
       3.    The Lark -- BOOK FIFTH-THE DESCENT --
       1.    The History of a Progress in Black 
       Glass Trinkets -- 2.    Madeleine -- 3. &
       #xA0;  Sums Deposited with Laffitte -- 4.  
         M. Madeleine in Mourning -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Vague Flashes on the Horizon -- 6.   &
       #xA0;Father Fauchelevent -- 7.   &
       #xA0;Fauchelevent Becomes a Gardener in Paris 
505 8  8.    Madame Victurnien Expends Thirty 
       Francs on Morality -- 9.    Madame 
       Victurnien's Success -- 10.  Result of the Success --
       11.  Christus Nos Liberavit -- 12.  M. 
       Bamatabois's Inactivity -- 13.  The Solution of Some 
       Questions Connected with the Municipal Police -- BOOK 
       SIXTH-JAVERT -- 1.    The Beginning of 
       Repose -- 2.    How Jean May Become Champ -
       - BOOK SEVENTH-THE CHAMPMATHIEU AFFAIR -- 1.   &
       #xA0;Sister Simplice -- 2.    The 
       Perspicacity of Master Scaufflaire -- 3.   &
       #xA0;A Tempest in a Skull -- 4.    Forms 
       Assumed by Suffering During Sleep -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Hindrances -- 6.    Sister Simplice 
       Put to the Proof -- 7.    The Traveller on 
       His Arrival Takes Precautions for Departure -- 8.  &
       #xA0; An Entrance by Favor -- 9.    A 
       Place Where Convictions are in Process of Formation -- 10.
        The System of Denials -- 11.  Champmathieu More
       and More Astonished -- BOOK EIGHTH-A COUNTER-BLOW -- 1. &
       #xA0;  In What Mirror M. Madeleine Contemplates 
       His Hair -- 2.    Fantine Happy -- 3. &
       #xA0;  Javert Satisfied -- 4.   &
       #xA0;Authority Reasserts Its Rights -- 5.   &
       #xA0;A Suitable Tomb -- VOLUME II-COSETTE -- BOOK FIRST-
       WATERLOO -- 1.    What Is Met with on the 
       Way from Nivelles -- 2.    Hougomont -- 3. 
          The Eighteenth of June, 1815 -- 4. &
       #xA0;  A -- 5.    The Quid 
       Obscurum of Battles -- 6.    Four O'clock 
       in the Afternoon -- 7.    Napoleon in a 
       Good Humor -- 8.    The Emperor Puts a 
       Question to the Guide Lacoste -- 9.    The 
       Unexpected -- 10.  The Plateau of Mont-Saint-Jean -- 
       11.  A Bad Guide to Napoleon -- a Good Guide to Bulow
       -- 12.  The Guard -- 13.  The Catastrophe -- 14.
        t>The Last Square -- 15.  t>Cambronne -- 16. &
       #xA0;t>Quot Libras in Duce? -- 17.  t>Is Waterloo to 
       be Considered Good? -- 18.  t>A Recrudescence of 
       Divine Right -- 19.  t>The Battle-Field at Night -- 
       BOOK SECOND-THE SHIP ORION -- 1.    Number 
       24,601 Becomes Number 9,430 
505 8  2.    In Which the Reader Will Peruse Two 
       Verses, Which Are of the Devil's Composition, Possibly -- 
       3.    The Ankle-Chain Must Have Undergone a
       Certain Preparatory Manipulation to Be Thus Broken with a 
       Blow from a Hammer -- BOOK THIRD-ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE 
       PROMISE MADE TO THE DEAD WOMAN -- 1.    The
       Water Question at Montfermeil -- 2.    Two 
       Complete Portraits -- 3.    Men Must Have 
       Wine, and Horses Must Have Water -- 4.   &
       #xA0;Entrance on the Scene of a Doll -- 5.   &
       #xA0;The Little One All Alone -- 6.   &
       #xA0;Which Possibly Proves Boulatruelle's Intelligence -- 
       7.    Cosette Side by Side with the 
       Stranger in the Dark -- 8.    The 
       Unpleasantness of Receiving into One's House a Poor Man 
       Who May Be a Rich Man -- 9.    Thenardier 
       and His Manoeuvres -- 10.  He Who Seeks to Better 
       Himself May Render His Situation Worse -- 11.  Number
       9,430 Reappears, and Cosette Wins It in the Lottery -- 
       BOOK FOURTH-THE GORBEAU HOVEL -- 1.   &
       #xA0;Master Gorbeau -- 2.    A Nest for Owl
       and a Warbler -- 3.    Two Misfortunes Make
       One Piece of Good Fortune -- 4.    The 
       Remarks of the Principal Tenant -- 5.    A 
       Five-Franc Piece Falls on the Ground and Produces a Tumult
       -- BOOK FIFTH-FOR A BLACK HUNT, A MUTE PACK -- 1.  &
       #xA0; The Zigzags of Strategy -- 2.   &
       #xA0;It Is Lucky That the Pont D'austerlitz Bears 
       Carriages -- 3.    To Wit, the Plan of 
       Paris in 1727 -- 4.    The Gropings of 
       Flight -- 5.    Which Would Be Impossible 
       with Gas Lanterns -- 6.    The Beginning of
       an Enigma -- 7.    Continuation of the 
       Enigma -- 8.    The Enigma Becomes Doubly 
       Mysterious -- 9.    The Man with the Bell -
       - 10.  Which Explains How Javert Got on the Scent -- 
       BOOK SIXTH-LE PETIT-PICPUS -- 1.    Number 
       62 Rue Petit-Picpus -- 2.    The Obedience 
       of Martin Verga -- 3.    Austerities -- 4. 
          Gayeties -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Distractions -- 6.    The Little 
       Convent -- 7.    Some Silhouettes of This 
       Darkness -- 8.    Post Corda Lapides 
505 8  9.    A Century under a Guimpe -- 10. &
       #xA0;Origin of the Perpetual Adoration -- 11.  End of
       the Petit-Picpus -- BOOK SEVENTH-PARENTHESIS -- 1.  &
       #xA0; The Convent as an Abstract Idea -- 2.  &
       #xA0; The Convent as an Historical Fact -- 3.  &
       #xA0; On What Conditions One Can Respect the Past -- 
       4.    The Convent from the Point of View of
       Principles -- 5.    Prayer -- 6.  &
       #xA0; The Absolute Goodness of Prayer -- 7.  &
       #xA0; Precautions to Be Observed in Blame -- 8. &
       #xA0;  Faith, Law -- BOOK EIGHTH-CEMETERIES TAKE
       THAT WHICH IS COMMITTED THEM -- 1.    Which
       Treats of the Manner of Entering a Convent -- 2.  &
       #xA0; Fauchelevent in the Presence of a Difficulty --
       3.    Mother Innocente -- 4.   &
       #xA0;In Which Jean Valjean Has Quite the Air of Having 
       Read Austin Castillejo -- 5.    It Is Not 
       Necessary to Be Drunk in Order to Be Immortal -- 6.  
         Between Four Planks -- 7.    In
       Which Will Be Found the Origin of the Saying: Don't Lose 
       the Card -- 8.    A Successful 
       Interrogatory -- 9.    Cloistered -- VOLUME
       III-MARIUS. -- BOOK FIRST-PARIS STUDIED IN ITS ATOM -- 1. 
          Parvulus -- 2.    Some of
       His Particular Characteristics -- 3.    He 
       Is Agreeable -- 4.    He May Be of Use -- 
       5.    His Frontiers -- 6.   &
       #xA0;A Bit of History -- 7.    The Gamin 
       Should Have His Place in the Classifications of India -- 
       8.    In Which the Reader Will Find a 
       Charming Saying of the Last King -- 9.   &
       #xA0;The Old Soul of Gaul -- 10.  Ecce Paris, Ecce 
       Homo -- 11.  To Scoff, to Reign -- 12.  The 
       Future Latent in the People -- 13.  Little Gavroche -
       - BOOK SECOND-THE GREAT BOURGEOIS -- 1.   &
       #xA0;Ninety Years and Thirty-Two Teeth -- 2.   &
       #xA0;Like Master, like House -- 3.    Luc-
       Esprit -- 4.    A Centenarian Aspirant -- 
       5.    Basque and Nicolette -- 6.  &
       #xA0; In Which Magnon and Her Two Children Are Seen -
       - 7.    Rule: Receive No One Except in the 
       Evening -- 8.    Two Do Not Make a Pair -- 
       BOOK THIRD-THE GRANDFATHER AND THE GRANDSON 
505 8  1.    An Ancient Salon -- 2.   &
       #xA0;One of the Red Spectres of That Epoch -- 3.  &
       #xA0; Requiescant -- 4.    End of the 
       Brigand -- 5.    The Utility of Going to 
       Mass, in Order to Become a Revolutionist -- 6.  &
       #xA0; The Consequences of Having Met a Warden -- 7. &
       #xA0;  Some Petticoat -- 8.   &
       #xA0;Marble Against Granite -- BOOK FOURTH-THE FRIENDS OF 
       THE A B C -- 1.    A Group Which Barely 
       Missed Becoming Historic -- 2.   &
       #xA0;Blondeau's Funeral Oration by Bossuet -- 3.  &
       #xA0; Marius' Astonishments -- 4.   &
       #xA0;The Back Room of the Cafe Musain -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Enlargement of Horizon -- 6.    Res 
       Angusta -- BOOK FIFTH-THE EXCELLENCE OF MISFORTUNE -- 1. &
       #xA0;  Marius Indigent -- 2.   &
       #xA0;Marius Poor -- 3.    Marius Grown Up -
       - 4.    M. Mabeuf -- 5.   &
       #xA0;Poverty a Good Neighbor for Misery -- 6.   
        The Substitute -- BOOK SIXTH-THE CONJUNCTION OF TWO 
       STARS -- 1.    The Sobriquet: Mode of 
       Formation of Family Names -- 2.    Lux 
       Facta Est -- 3.    Effect of the Spring -- 
       4.    Beginning of a Great Malady -- 5. &
       #xA0;  Divrs Claps of Thunder Fall on Ma'am 
       Bougon -- 6.    Taken Prisoner -- 7.  
         Adventures of the Letter U Delivered over to 
       Conjectures -- 8.    The Veterans 
       Themselves Can Be Happy -- 9.    Eclipse --
       BOOK SEVENTH-PATRON MINETTE -- 1.    Mines 
       and Miners -- 2.    The Lowest Depths -- 3.
          Babet, Gueulemer, Claquesous, and 
       Montparnasse -- 4.    Composition of the 
       Troupe -- BOOK EIGHTH-THE WICKED POOR MAN -- 1.  &
       #xA0; Marius, While Seeking a Girl in a Bonnet, 
       Encounters a Man in a Cap -- 2.    Treasure
       Trove -- 3.    Quadrifrons -- 4.  &
       #xA0; A Rose in Misery -- 5.    A 
       Providential Peep-Hole -- 6.    The Wild 
       Man in His Lair -- 7.    Strategy and 
       Tactics -- 8.    The Ray of Light in the 
       Hovel -- 9.    Jondrette Comes near Weeping
       -- 10.  Tariff of Licensed Cabs: Two Francs an Hour -
       - 11.  Offers of Service from Misery to Wretchedness 
       -- 12.  The Use Made of M. Leblanc's Five-Franc Piece
505 8  13.  Solus Cum Solo, in Loco Remoto, Non Cogitabuntur
       Orare Pater Noster 
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