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  1. Public Bookmark 5

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    The old Marius-with-translation-problems trope.

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    02 Nov 2014

  2. Public Bookmark 23

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    Courfeyrac becomes concerned over Marius's mourning of his late father, and attempts to pursue the principle of fraternité alongside the build up to the July Revolution of 1830.

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    20 Jul 2014

  3. Public Bookmark 3

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    Silly boys. As if they know what love is.

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    17 Nov 2013

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    It was an accident. Enjolras certainly put no thought into it; one moment he was standing nose-to-nose with Grantaire, and the next he had his hands on Grantaire's wrists, and their long bones were flexing within the circle of his fingers.

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    22 Aug 2013

  5. Public Bookmark 56

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    'Once again the scratching of the nib of Enjolras’ pen can be heard over the muffled conversation and music leaking into the backroom from the front of the café. When he writes, Courfeyrac notes, Enjolras’ face is transformed in a different way to when he addresses a crowd with bloody rhetoric and calls to arms – he writes as though he is all but overcome by the strange all-consuming serenity of his purpose.

    It is quite beautiful. Combeferre, his eyes gentle, has not stopped watching Enjolras since he put pen to paper once more; Courfeyrac can only assume he agrees.'

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    22 Apr 2013