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Theatre Review: Les Miserables at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

If you’ve visited the blog before, you may be aware that I have a slight *cough*obsessive*cough* fondness for Les Miserables. It’s one of my favourite books, my all-time favourite musical and I am frankly way too emotionally invested in the lives of fictional French revolutionaries.

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Book Review, History

Book Review: Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

If Titans came in book form, Les Miserables would be the largest and strongest of them all. First published in 1862, it’s 1200 pages long – one of the longest novels ever written in fact – and it’s one of those works that transcends genre. It is, quite frankly, a literary masterpiece and it’s tied in first place with Persuasion as my all-time favourite novel.

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