* “don’t do” in Les Miserable by Victor Hugo
Posted by Lew Weinstein on January 23, 2009
- Hugo gives in to the temptation, common in writers of historical fiction (including myself), of “showing off” his research. I studied it, I think it’s interesting, so I’m going to tell you everything I know. This is a serious mistake, certainly for me, but even for Victor Hugo. (see ‘The Year 1817’ p. 119)
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