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BIG NEWS! LMAO!

Louise Michel was a French feminist anarchist from the Commune de Paris (1871), and she was a close friend of Victor Hugo. She’s best known by her nickname “Enjolras”, because of her fighting for revolutionary stuff and because she decided to sign her poems this way. After a looong correspondence with Hugo (i ship them, also you have to know Hugo flirted with her so much), in 1851 they finally met. As everyone knows, “Les Misérables” was out in 1862, twelve years later their meeting.

When she was arrested in 1871, after the end of the Commune, Victor Hugo wrote for her his poem “Viro Major” (sorry for the shitty translation, i’m italian):

Those, woman, in front of your indomitable majesty,
they meditated, and despite the bitter bend on your mouth,
despite the cursed who, raging against you,
spitted at you all the angry screams of law,
despite his fatal and high voice that accuse you,
they saw the angel shining through the Medusa.

SO!!! Louise and Hugo met in 1851, Les Mis was published in 1862, and then !!! she called herself Enjolras in 1871.

Let’s not forget that Hugo maybe was in love with her, or at least he admired, loved, and venerated Louise. He had more than one lover, like Grantaire. 

I smell definitely CANON!!!!!! MY GOD I’M CRYING?????


if this is a dream, please, don’t wake me up!


( all the stuff comes from my feminist studies, if you take something please, give me credits! )

my crazy interpretations
  • Dear Evan Hansen: *crying*
  • Les Mis: *crying in French while all of the gays die*
  • Spring Awakening: sex
  • Amelie: French sex and mystery
  • Hamilton: rapping about founding daddies
  • Great Comet: aND ANDREY ISNT HERE
  • Next to Normal: just feels amazing???
  • Newsies: sTrIKE STRIKE STRIKE + some gay
  • Bonnie and Clyde: the exact musical about murderers on the run that you wanted
  • Heathers: it's not murder if you say sorry

doesn’t matter what fandom i’m in. nothing will ever top george blagden posting a video to youtube singing ‘i’ll follow you into the dark’ and changing a verse to be from grantaire’s point of view about enjolras

nothing will ever top george admitting to us that he played grantaire as helplessly in love with enjolras the whole movie and told NO ONE because that’s how it should be

nothing. nothing will ever top this. nothing will ever top george blagden. 

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“ You were anointed by God, blessed by the Sun. But you do not yet possess what really matters: the power!  Without it you will perish and all the France along with you. For the king without a castle is no king at all. And now, you dream of paradise, but you must build it for yourself and let the whole world know Louis the Great has arrived. “

(Versailles, 2015)

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: Aaron Tveit and George Blagden both read passages of the brick to enrich their interpretations in Les Misérables, and where George Blagden noticed Grantaire's adoration for Enjolras, Aaron Tveit mainly picked up on Enjolras' charisma, fervor and faith in the rebellion. That's very flavour of meta and i don't know how to deal with it please send help