So I’ve been rereading the Brick, and I’d like to remind everyone of a few important things:
- When Enjolras says, “Grantaire, do you want to do me a service?” Grantaire replies, “Anything. Polish your boots.”
- Marius leaves this note for Cosette underneath a stone: “I met in the street a very poor young man who was in love. His hat was old, his coat was threadbare–there were holes at his elbows; the water passed through his shoes and the stars through his soul.”
- Joly, severely congested, in the middle of a revolution that will eventually kill all of Les Amis, says this: “Courfeyrac, you bust take ad ubbrella. You will catch cold.”
- M. Myriel is the sassiest character in this entire book.
That is all. Have a lovely day.