Impassioned Marius


Marius' heart stirred with fury as he walked among the miserable people of the city. He blamed the corrupt monarchy, knowing that at this rate, rebellion was inevitable. He heard the townspeople's discontent and knew they were at the breaking point. The government was in for dark says ahead if the citizens had anything to say about it.



Name originEdit

  • Character in Victor Hugo's "Les Misérables"
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