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I'm vaguely aware that on Wikipedia there is a rule that requires any added information must be confirmed by 3 valid sources. Does that apply here too? Can I directly quote from the book or paraphrase when contributing to pages? If so, which versions of the book are regarded as the genuine source of information?
Where did Jan Valjean ( the main character from Les Miserables) die?
I own the Les Miserables Barnes and Noble collectible edition of Les Miserables, which has a cream color and picture of Cosette on it. I am trying to find out if it is an unabridged or abridged version. It has about 907 pages, which is much lesser than the unabridged versions are supposed to have, but it has very small print and contains many sections that I have identified as missing in the abridged versions. Does anyone know?
okay, what i am dying to know is, wHY DOES THE BISHOP SING THE SAME MELODY AS "EMPTY CHAIRS" EVEN THOUGH I CAN LITERALLY FIND NO CONNECTION WHATSOEVER BETWEEN MARIUS AND THE BISHOP
Why do you think they made Crowe's part in the counterpoint section the most heard? Marius has a really nice tune as we can hear from Michael Ball (I did not live until today...) in the 10th Anniversary.
Also, I've heard some MOVIE versions in YouTube where the Thenardiers part in the counterpoint can be heard clearly. Was this in the soundtrack version?
I'm pretty sure that the Thénardiers have a part in the first verse in One Day More. (At the same time as "I will join these people's heroes" and "I did not live until today"). It's something MANY people miss but it's really there if people listen more carefully.
Has anyone been able to find a video of Nick Jonas singing "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables"? I've only been able to find parts of it, but not the full song.
Or is it odd that everytime I try to find pictures of Les Miserables from the 1998, I get these:
Can someone identify these and tell me if I'm crazy or not?
I found a photo while searching for more Les Miserables information and this one brings up a question:Why is it that when the main baracde fell, didn't the students try and fall back to the other baracades? I counted 2 more adding to the main baracade at the center. Was it part of the plot of the story to have two other baracades or was it just something that the building crew came up with?
I found a photo from the 1998 version of Les Miserables that need identifying:Is this Eponine and Thenardian? Or is this Cosette?
Hi, I'm new to the wiki. Can someone please tell me how I write a blog post? Thanks.
Do you think that there is any possibility of Eponine surviving? She kind of insisted that Marius just leave her wound alone, and he went with it. If he hadn't listened to her and tried to do something, is it possible for Eponine to have lived?
My other question is, what do you think might have happened to Eponine if she in fact had survived? How do you think her life might have ended up? Was she better off dying that day in Marius' arms or living on to pursue the unknown?
It's just something I've been wondering about.
Does anyone know what the pattern is on Gavroche's jacket?
I can't find a picture with a high enough resolution to discern what it is.
Does anyone know how many of the lyrics were changed for the 25th anniversary version of the musical? It's mostly in the transition moments, but Lovely Ladies changes an entire chorus. They didn't do it for the concert, but it's on the 2010 Live! version. I saw the play tonight, and I'm wondering if anyone has the full list of differences.