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Jean Valjean (
2016-01-25 09:58 pm (UTC)
He is quiet again.
And then again, he smiles, and nods.
'Yes. Of course, I will come. I will not refuse either of you.'
You can leave those wrongs behind
. He will not tell her that it is not so easy, that he wishes it were, and that he has
. But concealing the truth from Marius would not be leaving it behind, it would only keep it with him longer. Leaving Champmatheiu to his fate would not have been leaving it behind, it would only make it worse. Allowing Javert to be killed would not have been any kind of freedom. Conscience is a strange thing. Strange, and harsh, and it twists everything into what it should not be. He can be forgiven by any person but himself.
But he will not let any of this show, because he has no way to explain it. He tried once, to Marius, and could not make himself understood then.
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