Thursday, April 11, 2013

"Les Miserables" by Victor Hugo.

Throughout peoples lives they will be influenced due to other people and events. In the book Les Miserables by Victor Hugo, Jean is influenced by one- one-third different people. The first influence on Jean was by the bishop. Another influence on Jean was Cosette. A third influence on Jean was Javert. These influences can all be related to influences in my feel.

The bishops influence on Jean relates to my emotional state and the demeanor my grandfather has influenced me. The bishop was one of Jeans first and more or less beta influences involving kindness and forgiveness. The first way that the bishop shows kindness to Jean is by inviting him into his home for dinner and a place to sleep, even though he is an ex-convict and no one else would help him. The next and most powerful act of kindness and forgiveness that the bishop shows to Jean is, when he tells the police that the silver which Jean had actually stole was a gift, and that he had forgotten to take his gift of candlesticks. When the bishop says, Ah there you ar! I am glad to see you, but I gave you the candlesticks too, which are also silver and will bring you 2 hundred francs(1/24). When the bishop says this, Jean is filled with surprise and disbelief, and did not get along what to do.

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From that day on Jean would remember the bishop and his kindness towards him, and expend this memory to help others who where poor.

A person in my life who has influenced me in a way that relates to the way that the bishop influenced Jean is my grandfather. One way that my grandfather has influenced me is by buying me a car on my sixteenth birthday even though I hadnt asked him for it.

For a 10th grade essay, this is good work and it relates the book to your life which any good writer must do!

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