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Slideshow: Les Misérables Outshines and Outsells

A revolutionary, played by David Nielsen (12), holds up a red flag, one of the symbols for the revolution, The students built a barricade and tried to fight the French army, but the battle ended in a painful defeat where all men except Marius and Valjean died.

Kaden Brown, Photo Editor

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