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Fantine wrote:
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Mademoiselle Lanoire wrote:
When does she say "Rue Plumet"? I'm stretching my memory, but I can't really think of a single instance where she says it.


I have a letter Mssr,
it's addressed to your daughter Cossette,
It's from a boy at the barricade sir,
at the Rue Du Plumet


That's Rue de Villette actually. Rue Plumet is where Cosette lives, Rue de Villette is where the barricade is situated...


Exactly! I can't remember Rue Plumet being said at all throughout the musical...?

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Well NF was talking about the book when she mentioned it and GB [bless him] made a mistake about the two different locations.

Confusion solved. :)

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Kragey wrote:
Fantine wrote:
GayBoy wrote:
Mademoiselle Lanoire wrote:
When does she say "Rue Plumet"? I'm stretching my memory, but I can't really think of a single instance where she says it.


I have a letter Mssr,
it's addressed to your daughter Cossette,
It's from a boy at the barricade sir,
at the Rue Du Plumet


That's Rue de Villette actually. Rue Plumet is where Cosette lives, Rue de Villette is where the barricade is situated...


Exactly! I can't remember Rue Plumet being said at all throughout the musical...?


It is in fact, during the scene with Javert and Valjean where Valjean lets Javert go at the barricades...:
"You will find me at number 55 Rue Plumet, no doubt our paths will cross again!"

"Go."

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Fantine wrote:
GayBoy wrote:
Mademoiselle Lanoire wrote:
When does she say "Rue Plumet"? I'm stretching my memory, but I can't really think of a single instance where she says it.


I have a letter Mssr,
it's addressed to your daughter Cossette,
It's from a boy at the barricade sir,
at the Rue Du Plumet


That's Rue de Villette actually. Rue Plumet is where Cosette lives, Rue de Villette is where the barricade is situated...


Gosh darn do I feel silly! I've never actually read the lyrics there so... :oops: :oops: :oops:

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My dad said after the show, "I thought the show was going to be about children" lol no clue how he came to that....i guess the Cosette logo.

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When people mispronounce Les Miserables. I explained to my grandmother that you pronounce it like "Lay- Mis-er-ob", and she just kept saying it how it looks. "Less Miserables".

I just gave up and let her keep doing it. It felt like a lost cause.

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"I love Eponine because I can really relate to her."

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So the policeman guy...killed himself?

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I also hate it that my mum keeps switching Fantine, Eponine and Cosette's names.

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Sairin wrote:
"I love Eponine because I can really relate to her."


=D> Win.


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Sairin wrote:
"I love Eponine because I can really relate to her."


*muted laugh* just in case someone is relating to her :lol:

Sairin, you are cruel :P


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"I don't like that musical. Too many French names." --My mom, who married my French father and gave me a French name.

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