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Les Misérables – Court Case Ends & The Story Continues

A seven-year court battle between Victor Hugo‘s heirs and author, François Cérésa has ended with Cérésa being granted the right to publish sequels to the classic tale.

Paris courts ruled that Les Mis is now in the public domain and therefore Cérésa has the right to continue the story of Cosette and her lover, Marius in his books Cosette or The Time of Illusions and Marius or The Fugitive.

Read the news article on CBC.ca

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