Grantaire, Grantaire, wherefore art thou fictional and 200 years dead Grantaire?
There are multiple loopholes to “laugh to scorn the power of man, for none of woman born shall harm Macbeth” besides the one Macduff uses, including but not limited to:
- food poisoning
- people whose mothers are political concepts
Assume that Enjolras teleported himself from 19th-century France to 11th-century Scotland via the force of SHEER LIBERTY.
I love that Enjolras and MacBeth are even in the same plane of existence, like the sheer force of prophecy/republican zeal has gone “eh, what’s a few centuries?”
…Or else Enjolras has hijacked a production of Shakespeare? EITHER WAY. XD
(constant state of being annoyed by whiny misinformed social justice warriors and assorted fangirls who haven’t read the brick but pretend to using lines from the world’s greatest musical and a cornerstone of literature for their urls and thus making my stomach churn because people outside the fandom won’t know any better and will identify this priceless work with their infantile behavior and infuriating views that are irrelevant and unrelated to what is actually in the brick)