The story of Les Misérables follows the events that marked the lives of its protagonists and their path to redemption. The facts of the novel, despite being fictitious, are located at real moments in French history. The nobility achieved by Jean Valjean, the sweet Cossette ignorant of his decadent provenance and the implacable will of Inspector Javert, shape a story full of drama but also of great hope.
- First published in 1862, is considered one of the greatest stories never written.
- In 2012, Hollywood took it to the big screen this marvelous story, in a musical form. Starring famous actors, like Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean, Anne Hathaway as Fantine. Russell Crowe as the unforgiving inspector Javert and the talented Amanda Seyfried as the young Cossette.