Valjean And Cosette

Les Miserables
Les Miserables
Les Miserables Throughout peoples lives they will be influenced due to other people and events. In the book Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, Jean is influenced by three different people. The first influence on Jean was by the bishop. Another influence on Jean was Cosette. A third influence on Jean was Javert. These influences can all be related to influences in my life. The bishopís influence on Jean relates to my life and the way my grandfather has influenced me. The bishop was one of Jeans firs
Jake Bralie
Jake Bralie
Jake Bralie English 152-5 Fairview High School November 12, 1997 Willa Catherís My Antonia (enter the rest of the title here) Jake Bralie November 12, 1997 Willa Catherís My Antonia: Success The American college dictionary defines success as 1. The favorable or prosperous termination of attempts or endeavors, 2. The gaining of wealth, possessions, or the like. This has been the general seances for the past hundred years or more. But in more modern days the prospective of success has changed slig
TUAZON Anna Mae T January 30
TUAZON Anna Mae T January 30
TUAZON, Anna Mae T. January 30, 2004 The Oxymoron: A Barbaric Civilization The test of the moral quality of a civilization is its treatment of the weak and the powerless. According to a 19th century sociologist Morgan, before a group of people are called civilized, they must go through two other primitive stages of development. A group of people who are polygamous, nomadic, and live by anarchic rule undergo savagery. As polygamy becomes more limited and people begin to establish small permane
Jean Valjean  -   Cosette's adopted father. Valj
Jean Valjean  -   Cosette's adopted father. Valj
Jean Valjean  -   Cosette\'s adopted father. Valjean is an ex-convict who leaves behind a life of hatred and deceit and makes his fortune with his innovative industrial techniques. He finds fulfillment in loving his adopted daughter and helping people who are in difficult situations, even when it means risking his own life and welfare. Valjean adopts pseudonyms to evade the police and combines a convict\'s street smarts with his newfound idealism and compassion. His whole life is a quest for