I always imagined that he was a younger version of Courfeyrac, but damn. He deserves a brofive or something for bagging someone like Fantine.
His reaction to finding out Fantine was pregnant, after the "Oh dear god what did I do to deserve this?", was probably "but I am virile and awesome!"
if it was known that high amounts of testosterone are connected to baldness
(I think he meant "Courfeyrac was a happy-go-lucky natural social leader who dressed to the height of fashion and could afford it", but what an insulting comparison, Victor!)
Roses for Ophelia wrote:I always took it to mean, ' there are a lot of people who are fun and charismatic and enjoy wine women and song, but some of them are douchebags like Tholo, and some are really great people like Courfey. So don't judge people by their exterior, or else you might wind up pregnant without a daddy, and die in the first act.'
I just wanted to also add, don't be afraid to post here. The more the merrier. Don't worry if you think what you have to say is too stupid, too silly, or even too pretentious.
Montparnasse gets scolded by Valjean for an epic HOW MANY pages and Courfeyrac gets a cop-out description like that?
MmeBahorel wrote:Obviously, "doubting everything" in this context makes me think of Grantaire believing in nothing, and may, in fact, be an argument in R's favour. (plus Tholomyès then gets a whole rambling monologue with practically a chapter to itself - "The Wisdom of Tholomyès".)
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