In the book, the role of Marius is played by Marius.
Marius told them he would blow up the barricade by tossing his torch in a barrel of gun powder.
After the rebellion ends at the barricade, Marius is rescued, restored to health, and marries Cosette. At the end of the story, Valjean dies of age. This happens in both the book and the musical adaptation.
In the book, Eponine tells Marius right before she dies, "And you know what Monsieur Marius? I was a little bit in love with you." (or something like that.) And in the musical, she tells him through the song "A Little Fall of Rain."
Marius thinks girls look at him in this part of the novel because Marius himself is dressed not richly, for lack of better words, not in rich clothing. He thinks the girls look at him because he looks poor. In fact, the girls really look at him because he is handsome and has 'pretty' features. They all admire him, but Marius thinks he looks poor, with his clothing full of holes. Hope this helps. (k)
the major themes is : Mindlessness of Mass Culture
temptation, love and sexuality
Les Miserables (Unabridged): AR Level - 9.8 AR Points - 105.0
The two major themes of this book is fate and destiny. The photograph plays a major role in the book which helps lead to the theme. However, themes can't be described in one word. So, another theme is The theme of this book is that you shouldn't hold grudges on people, because one day, if they die and you are still alive, you will feel guilty for treating them meanly.
Because he might what to bring out the major themes in the book
Marius Schoonmaker has written: 'The history of Kingston, New York' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Genealogy.