The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby The Bricklayer » Fri Jul 19, 2013 6:59 am

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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby meow139 » Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:16 pm

The Bricklayer wrote:
meow139 wrote:
"Sexytime: Men's Guide to Seductive Poledancing"- by Enjolras

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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby Aurelia Combeferre » Sat Aug 03, 2013 4:17 pm

"Endearing Yourself to Your Grandfather" by Theodule Gillenormand :lol: :lol:
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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby CeridwenLynne » Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:44 pm

There Is No Such Thing As Love At First Sight ----by Marius Pontmercy.
Don't Let Youself Get Friendzoned---by Éponine Thernardier.
Complete Guide to Alcohol Free Drinks----by Grantaire.
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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby Trompe-la-Mort » Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:42 pm

"Successful court defenses - 100 tips on avoiding jail time or worse" - by Jean Valjean with an introduction by Champmathieu and additional material provided by Brevet, Chenildieu and Cochepaille
Excerpt: "1. Never refuse to defend yourself:..."
"Inspector Javert's complete guide to undercover infiltration" - by Inspector Javert, annotated by Thénardier
"Accepting your age" - by Luc-Esprit Gillenormand with a foreword by Jean Valjean
"How to research historic settings and timelines" - by Richard Boleslawski (1935 movie) and Lewis Milestone (1952 movie), with an introduction by Bille August (1998), additional material by Riccardo Freda (1947) and annotations by Tibault Chatel (1992 cartoon)
"The meaning of the word "galley" in the French language from the 18th century onward" - the second novel of acclaimed authors Richard Boleslawski and Lewis Milestone, with a short foreword by Alain Boudet (1961-63 movies) and annotations by Laurence Connor and James Powell (25th Anniversary Tour of the musical)
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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby Gervais » Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:20 pm

Trompe-la-Mort wrote:"
"How to research historic settings and timelines" - by Richard Boleslawski (1935 movie) and Lewis Milestone (1952 movie), with an introduction by Bille August (1998), additional material by Riccardo Freda (1947) and annotations by Tibault Chatel (1992 cartoon)

See also: "How to adapt epic novels into children's programs without losing the themes, characters, or storylines," by Chatel.
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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby Trompe-la-Mort » Mon Oct 28, 2013 4:13 pm

Oh, Chatel is one prolific writer then...
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Re: The Shortest Les Mis Books Ever Written

Postby freedomlover » Tue Dec 24, 2013 9:58 pm

I Believe in Nothing- by Enjolras
Not Caring about Lonely Souls- by Marius
Napoleon's Greatness- by Enjolras
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