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    I recently read Victor Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris for the first time and was delighted and moved by the experience Although it lacks the depth and humanity of Les Miserables it possesses a grandeur of architectonic structure and an Olympian compassion all its own Best of all it gives us one of literature's most loving and detailed depictions of a city rivaled only by Joyce's Dublin in UlyssesIt is a shame that this book is so seldom refe

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    I have officially been wooed by nineteenth century French literature First Dumas and now this I just finished reading Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame and it was fantastic The characters the themes the literary structures Ahhh swo

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    Okay I'm glad I read this book if only to find out just how badly Disney ruined the story for the sake of their embarassing excuse for a film the horrendous straight to video seuel which I fortunately only saw pre

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    922 Notre Dame de Paris Our Lady of Paris The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor HugoThe Hunchback of Notre Dame is a

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    While reading this book I started to notice how little the Hunchback is in it A Goodreads friend mentioned that this is why the title for it in France is actually Our Lady of Paris For some reason English translations chose the the Hunchback for the titleIf other books movies or TV shows named themselves based on a character that

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    Victor Hugo ties in the destinies of a handful people in Paris in the late fifteenth century so cleverly and atmospheric together i

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    Written by Victor Hugo who also brought us the wonderful classic Les Misérables which in some ways is very similar to this story; I noticed a sort of parallel between Inspector Javert and Claude Frollo this large classic features deep characters dark but important thematic elements and morality which isn't alw

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    An interesting read – I enjoyed this though not as much as Les Miserables The characters were complex and interesting and the endin

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    ok i'll be honest i hated the first 150 pages and had i not been reading it for book club i would have abandoned it about 300 pages in i started to think it was okay around 400 i really liked it at page 450 i couldn't put it down i stayed up till 2am last night finishing it so is it worth the painful first half

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    Victor Hugo's Les Misérables is one of my all time favourite novels and so it's odd that I've never read any of his other books In order to fill in the gaps in my reading I've decided to read at least one classic a month this year and am so glad I started with The Hunchback of Notre Dame Wow wow WOW What a freaking good story It's

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Er has also attracted the attention of the sinister archdeacon Claude Frollo and when she rejects his lecherous approaches Frollo hatches a plot to destroy her that only uasimodo can prevent Victor Hugo’s sensational evocative novel brings life to the medieval Paris he loved and mourns its passing in one of the greatest historical romances of the nineteen. Victor Hugo ties in the destinies of a handful people in Paris in the late fifteenth century so cleverly and atm

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Notre Dame de Paris

More commonly known as The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor Hugo’s Romantic novel of dark passions and unreuited loveIn the vaulted Gothic towers of Notre Dame Cathedral lives uasimodo the hunchbacked bellringer Mocked and shunned for his appearance he is pitied only by Esmerelda a beautiful gypsy dancer to whom he becomes completely devoted Esmerelda howev. Okay I m glad I read this book if only to find out just how badly Disney ruined the story for the sake of their

review ¼ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB × Victor Hugo

Th century John Sturrock’s clear contemporary translation is accompanied by an introduction discussing it as a passionate novel of ideas written in defence of Gothic architecture and of a burgeoning democracy and demonstrating that an ugly exterior can conceal moral beauty This revised edition also includes further reading and a chronology of Hugo’s lif. An interesting read I enjoyed this though not as much as Les Miserables The characters were complex and inte