Yes, yes I am! The production company accepted me, yay! I got supporting cast, which is great! I knew I wouldn't get main because it is my first production with said company, but hey, I'm still excited!
Enjolras is not gayEnjolras is not gay, my friends; I'm sorry, but it's trueEnjolras is not gay by ~princessofbrennin
He simply isn't interested in either me or you
We wish it to be different, but he doesn't feel that way
He doesn't care for women, and he's certainly not gay.
He's not in love with Bahorel, Feuilly or Grantaire
Not interested in med students like lovely Combeferre
He doesn't care for Courfreyrac, Joly or Bossuet
All this proves quite conclusively, Enjolras is not gay.
But nor does Cosette turn his head, or little Eponine
Not Azelma, or her mother; certainly not Fantine
So you'd better rethink your plans, my little Mary-Sue
While Enjy isn't gay, he's sure not interested in you!
Enjolras is not gay and I will say it once again:
His passion is for revolution, not for girls or men
There just isn't a character in the whole of Les Mis
That he could be in love with, and that's just the way it is.
Barricades and WandsBritish LiteratureBarricades and Wands by ~MimiMarquez16
20 March 2010
Barricades and Wands: Comparing the Les Amis de la ABC and Dumbledore's Army
Both Les Misérables and the Harry Potter series have created phenomenons that have captured people's minds for many years and have employed the uses of various media such as books, movies and even musicals. In 1862, Victor Hugo published his novel Les Misérables. It featured a group of courageous young men fighting for liberty, equality, and fraternity. They were called the Les Amis de la ABC, led by a student named Enjolras. Almost 100 years later, Joanne Rowling published her series of Harry Potter books and the 5th book, The Order of the Phoenix featured Harry leading a group of students called Dumbledore's Army. While the Les Amis fought for France to be freed from the King and hoped to create a republic, Dumbledore's Army was training to defend themselves against the Dark Lord Voldemort and his followers the Deatheaters, many simi