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    Les Mis: The Orchestra AU

    Javert is the talented, if contentious and strict, concert master of M-sur-M's orchestra. He is dedicated to the purity and perfection of his craft, practicing long hours for whatever piece he has been asked to play. His sole indulgence in life is the work of the brilliant composer Madeline, who publishes for free and anonymously. Madeline's work is a necessary balm after the chafing frustration of working with the conductor, Jean Valjean.

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    One afternoon, Matthew announces that a strange new family has bought the Pritchett farm.

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    The autumn after Cosette gets married, Valjean decides to close up the house in Paris and move into a little cottage he's rented in the countryside up north. At Cosette's insistence, Valjean invites Javert along, and to their mutual surprise, Javert agrees. Of course, three months, much less a week, is a long time with only each other for company...

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    Instead of committing suicide, Javert goes on a three-day bender. When Valjean finds him, Javert assumes he's a hallucination. Things proceed awkwardly from there.

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    “Where are you going?” the hallucination asked, which was foolish. Surely his brain knew what Javert planned. 

    “To the nearest--” Javert paused, looked at the recently vacated wine-ship, and amended what he had been about to say. “To the next wine-shop. Obviously I am not drunk enough if you are here.”

    The apparition got to its feet with a wince, as though his mind had ridiculously conjured aches and pains with which to torment Valjean’s specter. “Javert, your words make no sense,” it said, and Javert laughed again.

    “I am making perfect sense.” He touched his pocket where he kept his money, frowned. “I hope you are only a drink or two from going away. I do not know how much more beer I can afford.”

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