les miserables passage anaylisis help?
can anyone help me with this passage anaylsis from les miserables in the "Marius" section of the book, chapter "marble against granite"
the grandfather speaks to marius:
" 'Marius!' explained he, 'abominable child! Look you, indeed, you are as much a baron as my slipper! they were all bandits who served Robespierre! all brigands who served B-u-o-naparte! all traitors who betrayed, betrayed, betrayed! their legitimate king! all cowards who ran from the Prussians and English at Waterloo!' "
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Les Miserables - Victor Hugo
Character from Les Misérables. Enjolras was the leader of the revolution, a stark contrast to Marius, who was much too busy with the affairs of his heart.
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