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    Gavroche (from Les Miserables)- Victor Hugo. Art Experience NYC

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    "Gavroche," Pen and ink drawing by Victor Hugo

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    Gavroche à 11 ansDessin de Victor Hugo (encre et lavis, 1850)

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    Lettre de Victor Hugo sur les Misérables à M. Daelli : « À l’heure, si sombre encore, de la civilisation où nous sommes, le misérable s’appelle l’homme ».

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