Ou La Mort
"The people ask me to grant them liberty, and I do what I can. It matters not what I desire for myself. My country is the world, and to the world I have promised my soul."
He stared at her as though she was the first shed of light to a blind man's eyes. He believed himself to be the only one in possession of such convictions. But here she was, and it changed everything.
"Well, Mademoiselle, I believe we may have a great need of your generosity."
She smiled at him, rising to leave.
"Not generosity, Monsieur," she murmured.
"Of course," said he, rising also as she began to take her leave. And just as she came to the door, she turned, and her wide blue eyes met his own.
"And, Monsieur Enjolras?" she asked.
"I do believe I have been loving you a little more every minute since this morning."
I do not own Les Miserables.
All within the text is a work of fiction, quoting from the book and the musical.