Valjean had seen the whole thing and knew that Bamatabois should have been the one arrested and ordered Fantine free. The original London cast included as Jean Valjean, as Javert, Ken Caswell as the Bishop of Digne, as Fantine, Zoë Hart, Justine McIntyre, Jayne O'Mahony and Joanne Woodcock as Young Cosette, Danielle Akers, Gillian Brander and Juliette Caton as Young Éponine, as Madame Thénardier, as Thénardier, as Éponine, as Cosette, as Marius, as Enjolras, with Ian Tucker, Oliver Spencer and Liza Hayden sharing the role of Gavroche. He tells Valjean he will let him out of the sewers if he has half of what he robbed off his dead body. F3-E5 Daughter of the Thénardiers, Éponine, now a ragged street waif and a thief like her father, secretly loves Marius. For this reason the picture of her sweeping the inn in the evening is often the image most associated as being singularly representative of the main themes of the book, and is used frequently on the cover.
As Cosette matures, beautiful and healthy, with chestnut hair, beautiful eyes, rosy cheeks, pale skin, and a radiant smile, Valjean realizes it would be unfair to allow her to become a nun without having experienced the outside world which a cloistered nun must renounce. Wilkinson also was asked to perform at the John F. Signet Classics, New York: 1987. All parts were sung live, giving the performance a different mood from other recording. He is happy to see that the brand wound he got during the attack makes her worry and care for him more. Hugo lays down his pen and heads off to the inn for supper. While Monsieur and Madame Theirdenair are monologuing, Valjean cuts himself free.
When he learns that Marius has followed them home and inquired about them, he quickly moves to a more obscure address with Cosette. As the play draws to a close, Valjean writes his last confession on a piece of paper for Cosette It tells the story of his life as Valjean and how he broke his parole Cosette arrives just in time to say her farewells and we see Fantine and Eponine arrive to lead Valjean to 'salvation' and he passes away. Éponine leads Marius to Cosette's garden. Gillanormad had very different poltical views than Pontmercy that he had imposed on Marius. Valjean makes plans to move to London. But when it comes to , there is only Colm Wilkinson, aka the Valjean.
He eventually gets Cosette but Monsieur Theirdenair wanted more money out of him so he follows him around for a few pages until Valjean scares him away. When he is brought before the bishop, he says he willingly gave him some silver and then gives him some more. Due to his association with these musicals, he reprised the role of during the at , as well as appearing as a special guest at the 25th Anniversary Celebrations of Les Misérables at the and. Other parts of the story, meanwhile, continue much as we would see them onstage. They reach Valjean just as he is dying and he tells Cosette of her real mother.
Although Fantine dies before seeing her daughter, Valjean becomes determined to look after the young girl. Marius makes a full recovery and, thanks to Valjean's wealth from his time as a mayor, Marius and Cosette are soon married. For evidence he had killed someone, he showed Marius a scrap of his own clothing. Thet move to a house named Rue Plumet. In October—November 2007, Wilkinson undertook a cross-Canada concert tour, Broadway and Beyond, along with Susan Gilmour and Gretha Boston.
In the end he commits suicide, broken by the mercy he experiences from Valjean. January 2013 In the based on the novel, Cosette is a principal character played by two actresses, a younger female for Montfermeil in 1823 and an older female for Paris in 1832. He is a strange man, who arrives one October evening in , searches for a place to stay the night and is turned away. After he is returned home, Valjean asks to say good bye to Cosette. It was like a blow to the solar plexus. He dies in their embrace.
Marius discovers that Éponine has disguised herself as a boy to join the rebels and sends her to deliver a farewell letter to Cosette. One of the church workers tell him otherwise because he saw Pontmercy watching him in church and spoke with him. The newlyweds leave to find Valjean in some productions, Marius pauses to give Thénardier a punch in the face. Valjean Not another word my son, There's something now that must be done You've spoken from the heart And I must do the same There is a story, sir Of slavery and shame That you alone must know. Meanwhile, the Thenardiers also get a bit more backstory in this episode. However, in a novel of symbolism and metaphor, Cosette may also be seen as a symbol of hope in the world of Les Misérables, representing the rise of the oppressed and abused from darkness to a bright future.
Javert sees Valjean only as the convict he once was, rather than the benefactor of humanity he has become. If I want to understand why people are so hyped for Les Miz, where do I start? Valjean reads the letter and decides he must go and save Marius, even if he is jealous of him. Valjean makes plans to move to London. But that mixture of innocence, bitterness, and confusion has never been expressed better than through the original Eponine, Frances Ruffelle. Later, Javert arrests Fantine, who has become a prostitute, when he saw her spit and try to hit a bourgeois named , who had taunted Fantine and thrown snow down her dress while she walked back and forth trying to get business.
Referred to in the book as D- When the town learns he is a former convict he denied shelter at an inn, a tavern, and a house. Thereafter he is officially presumed dead. No further explanation is ever given as to why, having buried his money near Montfermeil, Valjean had traveled back to Paris and then attempted to travel back to Montfermeil. During one of their walks, they witness the passing of a chain gang being taken from Paris south. In a place where no one can see, Valjean lets Javert go.