Law and Literature: Les Misérables

The French classic, Les Misérables tells the story of a man, his daughter, and the members of a French town left to rot in the lower rungs of society. This novel addresses several themes within the criminal justice system from punishment to impact of criminal accusations on families. In our newest installment of our Law and Literature series, we are breaking down Les Misérables. Keep reading to learn more.

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