Victor hugos les miserables as a classic
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- adaptation of war and peace, scriptwriter andrew davies promised to next take on victor hugo's classic novel les misérables for the channel.
- Masterpiece on pbs and bbc one announce a new adaptation of victor hugo's classic novel les misérables from multi award-winning screenwriter andrew.
- Translated by julie rose introduction by adam gopnik in this major new rendition by the acclaimed translator julie rose, victor hugo's les misérables is .
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