Category Archives: Les Miserables


I came across this and it reminded me of this whole discussion regarding agnosticism.  Perhaps being agnostic just amounts to being an ironist. “The artist who deploys irony tests the sophistication of his audience and divides it into two parts, … Continue reading

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“To love another person is to see the face of God.”

Les Miserables is a great cinematic adaptation of the classic novel by Victor Hugo.  And contrary to some, I think it was a good idea to allow true and very good actors (Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman) to also sing, … Continue reading

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