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Gavroche (Les Misérables), in Paris, Ile-de-France, France more
The boy “Gavroche” from the book Les Misérables. A hundred years later the book was made into a musical that was very successful, of coure, and later a film, but at this time it was a book.
Gavroche wears a French cap or beret, a plain linen shirt, baggy pants and slippers; he stands perhaps by a street vendor with probably a charcoal brazier. There’s another boy behind him, and a gendarme or policeman talking to a bearded man smoking a pipe; a barefoot youth of boy sits on a ledge in the background.
Gaveroche was a “tough” kid who was brave but like most children thought himself invincible.