Cosette

Euphrasie "Cosette" Fauchelevant (born 1815), also referred to as "Ursule", the "Lark" and "Mademoiselle Lanoire", is a fictional character in the novel Les Misérables by Victor Hugo.

She is the daughter of Fantine and becomes the adopted child of Jean Valjean. After her mother leaves her to be looked after by the Thénardiers she becomes an exploited and victimised child. Taken away by Valjean, she grows up in a convent to become a radiant and innocent young beauty, who falls in love with student Marius Pontemercy. The protection and love of Cosette is the principal motivation for the actions of the main positive characters in the novel.

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Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette - Plot
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Cosette - Adaptations - Informal Sequels
... In 1995, HarperCollins published an informal sequel novel entitled Cosette The Sequel To Les Misérables by author Laura Kalpakian ... It continues the story of Cosette and Marius' lives after the end of Les Miserables ... their own informal sequels to Hugo's novel entitled Cosette or the Time of Illusions and the follow-up novel Marius or The Fugitive ...
Les Misérables (1948 Film) - Differences To The Novel
... Marius meets Cosette after hiding in Valjean's house and trying to force Valjean at gunpoint to send the police away - which Valjean does anyway ... runs into Thénardier when he goes to Gorbeau street to warn Marius to stay away from Cosette ... It is only after Cosette begs that Valjean goes to the barricade to save Marius ...
Songs From Les Misérables - Act I - The Well Scene
... Cosette is walking alone in the woods with a bucket of water ... Valjean arrives and Cosette sees him ... He asks for her name and Cosette tells him ...