Chapter 11

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They heard the drums approaching.

It was starting

The students started singing.

The casket was approaching and all around men we're taking their hats off.

"then join in the fight that will give you the right to be free"

Enjolras stepped out of the group of people and started waving the red flag.

Marius followed right after.

People we're staring.

Courfeyrac ran right after and Lynette after him.

Soon all the amis we're in the middle of the street together.

"do you hear the people sing!" they sang on

Enjolras kept aggressively waving the flag as Lynette and Marius climbed on the casket.

"singing the song of angry men!"

Joly climbed on as well and Enjolras ran through the crowd to make it to the casket.

"it is the music of a people who will not be slaves again!"

Marius was now also waving a red flag and Lynette stepped down on the side of the Casket so Enjolras could stand next to Marius instead.

"when the beating of your heart echoes the beating of the drums"

All the students we're there and some parisians joined as well

Lynette wondered where Eponine was, she had not seen her today and she thought she might not join them. she had never heard her talk about the revolution before but it would be odd considering they we're fighting for people like Eponine as well.

"there is a life about to start when tomorrow comes!"

they continued singing

The casket was barely visible between all the people and French and red flags.

It was going exactly as planned! people we're joining !

"will you give all you can give so that our banner may advance?"

Lynette waved to a smiling Little Gavroche who was sitting on top of his Elephant surrounded by other children

Enjolras spoke to the people and personally pointed at them while singing

"some will fall and some will live, will you stand up and take your chance?!"

A sea of people formed around Lamarque's casket

"the blood of the martyrs will water the meadows of France!"

Even some soldiers joined

"do you hear the people sing?"

"singing the song of angry men, it is the music of a people who will not be slaves again!"

"when the beating of your heart echoes the beating of the drums"

Lynette sang passionately with an angry look on her face


Lynette sang passionately with an angry look on her face

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