Item description for Los Miserables by Victor Hugo...
Audiolibro dramatizado en espaol basado en la historia original de Vctor Hugo. Catalogada como la primera novela social de su poca, Los Miserables, es una de obras literarias las ms famosas de todos los tiempos. Es la historia de Jean Valjean, un convicto que estuvo injustamente encarcelado por 19 aos por haberse robado una rebanada de pan. Al ser liberado de su injusta condena, Valjean trata de escapar de su pasado, lleno de maldad y depravacin, para vivir una vida digna y honesta. Sin embargo, esto se ve truncado al ser reconocido por el inspector Javert, quien lo persigue obsesionadamente para enviarlo de nuevo a prisin. Esta persecucin consume la vida de ambos hombres, terminando en un inesperado desenlace. FonoLibro les presenta esta excelente dramatizacin de la obra maestra de Vctor Hugo, con un elenco completo, msica original, y excelentes efectos de sonido, la cual le estremecer, y le llegar al corazn. Duracin: Aprox. 4 Horas (4 CDs)
Audiobook dramatized in Spanish based on the original story of Victor Hugo. Cataloged as the first social literary work of its time, Les Miserables is one of the most famous novels of all times. It is the story of Jean Valjean, a convict that was unjustly imprisoned for 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread. After being released, Valjean tries to escape from his past full of depravation and badness to live a normal and honest life. However, his past returns when inspector Javert recognizes him, and begins obsessively to pursue Valjean to put him back in prison. This pursuit consumes the life of both men, and concludes in an unexpected end. FonoLibro brings you this excellent dramatization of Victor Hugo's masterpiece, with a full cast, original music, and sound effects that will shake you and reach your heart. Estimated Duration: 4 Hours (4 CDs)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.1" Width: 4.5" Height: 1.9" Weight: 1.65 lbs.
ISBN 8408054023 ISBN13 9788408054023
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More About Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was the son of a high-ranking officer in Napoleon Bonaparte's Grand Army. A man of literature and politics, he participated in vast changes as France careened back and forth between empire and more democratic forms of government. As a young man in Paris, he became well-known and sometimes notorious for his poetry, fiction, and plays. In 1845, the year that he began writing his masterwork, Les Miserables, the king made him a peer of France, with a seat in the upper legislative body. There he advocated universal free education, general suffrage, and the abolition of capital punishment. When an uprising in 1848 ushered in a republic, he stopped writing Les Miserables and concentrated on politics. But in 1851, when the president proclaimed himself emperor, Hugo's opposition forced him into a long exile on the British Channel Islands. There, in 1860, he resumed work on Les Miserables, finishing it the next year. With the downfall of the emperor in 1870, Hugo returned to France, where he received a hero's welcome as a champion of democracy. At his death in 1885, two million people lined the streets of Paris as his coffin was borne to the Pantheon. There he was laid to rest with every honor the French nation could bestow.
Victor Hugo lived in Besancon. Victor Hugo was born in 1807 and died in 1885.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Los Miserables?
Great dramatization! Jan 26, 2007
Recommended to people like me, who lost a lot of time in the car because of the traffic. Love it!
Magnifico, Que gran produccion, parece una pelicula Oct 16, 2005
Es una magnifica produccion al estilo de las radio novelas que existian en el pasado, pero con musica, efectos, actuaciones y sonidos actuales. Es una de las mas maravillosas produciones de FonoLibro, lo disfrute mucho, y no les niego que se me aguaron los ojos. Lo recomiendo mucho.
...in love Apr 17, 2001
...you'll suffocate with love for Marius or Cosette, cry with pity for Gavroche, sing with joy of living, for only living you may read such wonders, sleep with boredom at learning about the battle of waterloo, and learn the details of the paris sewers, dream with pages of the poetry of young parisian students, identify yourself with desperate Eponine, hope to God, you'll become someone like Jean Valjean. I admit it took me a year to read this novel. Reading the last page, made me despair it was all finished...
Deepest thoughts a man can have... Jan 8, 2000
... this book is about inner thoughts, inner feelings, inner life. You will experience the feelings and dreams of common people in the french revolution, but the french revolution is only an excuse for Victor Hugo to travel and analize the inner thougts and feelings of the people in any age, this book is timeless and this book is one of the best you will ever read.
A masterpiece. Revolution and romanticism together. Sep 18, 1999
It is a masterpiece of the universal literature. How Victor Hugo tellus about the french revolution and all the new ideas and concepts which brought it to all of us. The life of the characters with all their problems and neccessities, the amazing way to describe the character circumtances and their internal thoughts (in and out at the same time). After reading this book you will not be the same and you'll never see in the same way all the needed people, specially children. I encourage you to start reading this book. I'll tell you that after 3 pgs you won't be able to quit. Best regards to all readers.