Texchanchan wrote:Wilbour's out of copyright so it ought to be on the Internet but I can't find it. There are parts at archive.org, but it doesn't seem to be all of it unless I've missed something. Both Hapgood (which I read) and Wraxall are available through Project Gutenberg and Hapgood is available free on Kindle.
deHavilland wrote:I've linked where you can read the Wilbour online -- including the missing part -- in my original post at the beginning of this thread, as well as Hapgood and Wraxall (and Richmond and original French).
YoungStudentMarius wrote:Hmm.....I can't say I know for sure, but Google Images seems to think it's the Barnes & Noble Classics edition, and I've never known them to use anything other than public domain translations. (Which is slightly infuriating, but eh, that's a rant for another day). My best guess is Wilbour, because that's what they use for their paperback classics copy. I've seen them use Hapgood for hardcover editions of Les Mis before, however, so there's definitely a chance you'd get that as well.
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