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Eponine and Elphaba Comparison

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Elphaba and Eponine are two of the best musicals characters ever. Elphaba is one of the two main protagonists in Wicked (with Glinda being the other) and Eponine is a lead character in Les Misérables. 1,194 more words


THE BEST STAGE SHOWS | fivethreeninety

This weekend my family saw Les Miserablé on the West End. It was a joint christmas/ birthday present to my Mum, sister & I from our good friends (basically family) Chris & Lizz & it was brilliant. 1,511 more words

Favorite Child Musical Characters

This is a list of some of the most memorable child characters in the world of musicals. They are in no order of how much I love, but I will identify which child character I love the most. 100 more words


Day 12: The Weather's Nice Today, Isn't It?

I’ve been a bad blogger! It’s really hard to keep on track with this while I also have other social events and responsibilities. The problem is, well, I’m sure none of my readers will care or even notice if a post is a bit late, but I am clearly so traumatised from years of university assignments that I expect this blog post to get capped at 40% for being late! 887 more words

Wrap-up of Les Mis Character Analysis

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For the past couple of days I have been analyzing the Les Mis characters. The ones I analyzed are Jean Valjean (protagonist), Javert (antagonist), Fantine, Cosette, Marius, Eponine, the Thenardiers, Enjolras, the students, and Gavroche. 243 more words


Analysis of Enjolras, the students, and Gavroche

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This is my last Les Mis character analysis.


This is when we first meet these characters. We first get introduced to both Gavroche, Marius, and Enjolras in “Look Down”. 879 more words


Story telling one of the best stories ever told

“Les Miserables”? I recall thinking that was such a silly name for a play at the curious age of ten. My grandfather went on and explained to the plays narrative and the profound themes that it addressed: the battle between the forces of self-righteousness and compassion, the significance of sacrifice for the greater good, and the redeeming power of love. 416 more words