les miserables : cinderella storyboard

les miserables : cinderella storyboard
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  • Fantine gives Cosette to the Thenardiers because she is not financially stable enough to take care of both of them.
  • "Will you keep my child for me?' 'I must think over it,' said Thenarder. 'I will give six francs a month." (Hugo 45).
  • "Her clothes being gone, they dressed her in the castoff garments of the little Thenardiers, that is in rags. They fed her on the orts and ends, a little better than the dog, and a little worse than the cat" (Hugo 47).
  • Cosette is being treated poorly, like an animal. She is also dressed as someone very poor.
  • "This skirt made the Thenardiers furious...They gave the skirt to Eponine. The poor lark shivered" (Hugo 63).
  • The Thenardiers get upset because they did not receive money. The skirt was given to their own daughter, not Cosette.
  • "Cosette was ugly. Happy, she might, perhaps, have been pretty. Cosette was thin and pale; she was nearly eight years
  • Like Cinderella, Cosette is miserable living her life with her "family". Her misery worsens every minute with them.
  • "My child, that is very heavy for you which you are carrying there" (Hugo 157).
  • Jean Valjean comes in and helps poor Cosette, like her fairy godmother. Jean Valjean is Cosette's saviour from the Thenardiers.
  • "Suppose you were relieved of her?' 'Who? Cosette? 'Yes" (Hugo 174).
  • Jean Valjean is Cosette's godmother in this instance because he is freeing her of her misery.
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