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    (Notre Dame de Paris) PDF/EPUB ☆ Victor Hugo 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 to get to the second half? now that i've done it i would say so victor hugo could have used a good editor pa

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    (Notre Dame de Paris) PDF/EPUB ☆ Victor Hugo 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 not uite as good as Les Mis but it's still incredible At times Hugo can be long winded and I could

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Notre Dame de ParisUasimodo the love that broke a mother s heart at the loss of her daughter the faithful love that sent uasimodo to Frollo with his tail between his legs But the most stunning and provocative of all was the comparison of the three men who loved Esmeralda one man loving her so much that he wanted to possess her one man loving her for the moment until another girl came along and one man loving her so much that she went before everything before his desire to be with her before his desire to have her before his own desire to live swoons again Awesome bookWhen I started eading it everyone felt the need to warn me that it didn t end like the Disney movie I was afraid I was scared that after stringing me along Hugo was going to kill it at the end Don t worry he doesn t The end is moving and beautiful and fitting and so what if it s not Disney it s greatAnd to further please the happy Forensic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice reader there were a million good uotes Here you go Oh love That is to be two and yet one A man and a woman joined as into an ange that is heaven Esmeralda Great edifices like great mountains are the work of the ages He found that man needs affection that life without a warming love is but a dry wheel creaking and grating as it turns Alas The small thing shall bring down the great things a tooth triumphs over a whole carcass Theat of the Nile destroys the crocodile the swordfish kills the whale the book will kill the edifice Frollo It is to this setting sun that we look for a new dawn Spira spera Breathe hope For love is like a tree it grows of itself it send its God at the Ritz: Attraction to Infinity A Priest Physicist Talks About Science, Sex, Politics, and Religion roots deep into our being and often continues to grow green over a heart inuins What man orders Circumstances disorder Frollo Everyone knows that great wealth is not acuired by letters and that the most accomplished writers have not always a warm hearth in wintertime The lawyers take all the wheat for themselves and leave nothing by chaff for the other learned professions Gringoire the philosopher A lighted candle never attracts one gnat only That s life It s often our best friends who make us fall Gringoire The human voice is music to the human ear Just a wonderful sample of the jewels contained in The Hunchback of Notre Dame The novel was difficult but well worth the effort I m just sitting here in awe of it I can t write any While Don't Wake Up 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 someeason English translations chose the the Hunchback for the titleIf other books movies or TV shows named themselves based on a character that was involve An interesting Reduced read I enjoyed this though not as much as Les Miserables The characters were complex and interesting and the ending very powerful but it didn t uite hold my attention as much as Les Miserables Iecently ead 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 and detailed depictions of a city ivaled only by loving and detailed depictions of city ivaled only by s Dublin in UlyssesIt is a shame that this book is so seldom eferred to in English by its given name for it is about than the history of one hunchback however moving that history may be First of all it is about the great cathedral that dominates and defines the city the setting for much of the novel s action and most of its crucial events It is also about the genius loci of Paris the maternal spirit that offers sanctuary and support to its most unfortunate children MANY OF THEM LITERALLY ORPHANS GRINGOIRE UASIMODO ESMERALDA THE of them literally orphans Gringoire uasimodo Esmeralda the be they ugly or beautiful virtuous or evil bringing a measure of comfort to their difficult and and often tragic lives Hugo s novel had been on my lengthy must The Magistrates' Court: An Introduction (Fifth Edition) read list for years but what finally moved it to the top was my growing fascination with cities in literature In childhood my favorite Arabian Night s tales were the ones that took place in Baghdad and from early adolescence I loved Sherlock Holmes London D Artagnan s Paris and Nero Wolfe s New York I also began to appreciate fantastic cities such as Stevenson and Machen s London and Leiber s Lankhmar Soon I fell in love with the hard boiled detective genre and having been a childhood fan of Arthurianomances identified with each of these modern knight errants on a uest I also ealized that the individuality of each city and the private detective s familiarity with it and his elation to it was an essential part of the genre s charm Even the most Nomadische Lebenswelten Und Zarische Politik: Der Aufstand In Zentralasien 1916 realistic of private eye cities Robert B Parker s Boston for example were filled with as many marvels as any Arthurian Romance instead of a sorceress one might meet a sexy widow instead of a liveried dwarf a mysterious butler and instead of a disguised knight offering a cryptic challenge one might be offered a tailing job by a Beacon Hill Brahmin with a mask of smiles and hidden motivations The world of the marvelous had been transported from the isolated castles woods and meadows of England s green and pleasant land to the magnificent townhouses and seedy alleys of an urban environment How had this occurred and what were the literary antecedentsI believe that Notre Dame de Paris in 1831 is the point where this all begins Hugo took a shoot of the delicate gothic already in decline grafted it to the heartyoot of the city or precisely to a Gothic cathedral in the center of a great city where it was most likely to flourish watered it from the oasis of Arabian marvels dangerous hunchback guild of thieves beautiful dancing girl and cultivated the esulting growth with the historical method of Sir Walter Scott Thus the urban omance was bornThis was just the start of course Another decade of industrialism and population growth would make the great European cities seem even like ancient Baghdad Dickens would make the thieves guild central to the sinister London of Oliver Twist and Eugene Sue s exploration of urban vices in The Mysteries of Paris 1841 would soon be successfully imitated commercially if not artistically by England s Reynolds in The Mysteries of Er has also attracted the attention of the sinister archdeacon Claude Frollo and when she The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity 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 historicalomances of the nineteen. Okay I m glad I ead this book if only to find out just how badly Disney Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 ruined the story for the sake of their embarassing excuse for a film the horrendous straight to video seuel which I fortunately only saw previews for will not be spoken of at all Victor Hugo has a gift for the most ungodly depressing stories but he writes very well when he s notambling pointlessly to stretch out his page count But I can t bring myself to give this four stars and for one simple Berlayar di Pamor Badik reason with the exception of uasimodo and Esmeralda every single character in this book is an insufferable dickhead Frollo obviously deserves to be fed to sharks simply for the mind boggling levels of creepiness he manages to achieve over the course of the story Phoebus is even of a fratboy asshole that I d previously thought and the way he decides to seduce Esmeralda despite the fact that she s the Gypsy euivalent of a vestal virgin made me want to teleport into the story so I could kick him in the nuts Frollo s younger brother Jehan is aelatively minor character but he gets mentioned because in every single scene he appears in he s constantly yammering away and trying to be clever and witty the L. Munatius Plancus result being that he makes Jar Jar Binks seem terribly endearing in comparison And Gringoire I had such hope for him He starts out promising but then once Esmeralda gets arrested all he can worry about is the stupid goat because I guess he thinks she s cuter than his fucking wife who saved his fucking life When he joins Frollo to get Esmeralda out of the catherdral he leaves the sixteen year old girl with Pastor Pedo McCreepy and chooses to save the goat The fucking goat One final word of advice skip the chapter entitled A Bird s Eye View of Paris It s thirty pages of pointless babbling about what Paris looks like from Notre Dame and it is impossible toead all the way through without wanting to stab yourself in the eyes with the first sharp object you can Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality reachI know what youe saying Thirty pages Pfft that s nothing I can get through that I ead Ulysses First of all you did not Second no you cannot get through these thirty pages Mind numbing does not do it justice It is pointless Don t say I didn t warn you Victor Hugo ties in the destinies of a handful people in Paris in the late fifteenth century so cleverly and atmospheric together in a tragedy that it belongs to the most known dramas in European literature The significance of this work is based on the psychological archetypes that Hugo portrays as tragic characters The author characterized the underlying society with particular destinies and psychographics Church nobility poets and criminality of the contemporary Paris which are here epresented by individual fates are leading to genre picture of this time I personally think that Hugo s excellent narrative style and ability to act are complex and intelligent ok i ll be honest i hated the first 150 pages and had i not been The Pink Pearl reading it for book club i would have abandoned it about 300 pages in i started to think it was okay around 400 ieally 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 to get to the second Half Now That I Ve Done It now that i ve done it would say so victor hugo could have used a good editor pages and pages of diatribes and descriptions that made me feel like pulling my hair out but the story is chilling and wonderful i understood after eading it why there are so many abridged

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of course a piece out of history melodramatic and predictable but one expects that all in all i felt satisfied going to bed last night having ead such a great book still next time i The Violinist and The Son of Redhead: Two Plays by Leonard Melfi read Hugo i will be prepared for a big front end investment I have officially been wooed by nineteenth century French literature First Dumas and now this I just finishedeading Victor Hugo s The Hunchback of Notre Dame and it was fantastic The characters the themes the literary structures Ahhh swoonsBefore I proclaim my love affair with Victor Hugo I have to mention some negatives First off very very difficult book to get into I struggled through at least the first hundred pages and I m not that hard to please Secondly up until this point I had always thought that abridged novels were Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela ridiculous How could the editors take parts out and still have the story make sense Uponeading unabridged Hugo I understand The man had complete chapters devoted to discussing the history of Paris or the history of the cathedral and while I admit that it was a clever way to show off his knowledge and spread his political ideals it was not what I bargained forThe novel would have been accurately titled The Archdeacon of Notre Dame Frollo was not a judge as in the Disney movie They just tried to secularize him to an euivalent position I argue that Frollo was the protagonist The story spent most of its time with him his internal struggle his plotting And his character was fantastic He was underhanded but I pitied him He was pathetic but I feared him He did evil but I loved him Frollo was not simply a powerful villain he was a dynamic complex character that at times the Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction reader couldeally sympathize withThe other characters in the novel were eually impressive Esmeralda s sweet strong innocence she was only sixteen and foolish devotion to Phoebus is heart wrenching uasimodo s strength of body and heart is awe inspiring Phoebus selfish arrogance is antagonizing The minor characters from the old heckling woman to the foolish young Frollo the Archdeacon s brother to the Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception rambling philosopher create a motley portrait of a fascinating worldHugo s occasional comments on society cannot go unnoted I especially enjoyed one episode where uasimodo was being uestioned in court In the novel unlike in the Disney movie uasimodo is deaf so as he is being uestioned he tries to anticipate the judge s uestions and answer them accordingly The irony is that the judge was doing the same thing Hugo created a deaf judge Beautiful Anyway a funny scene ensued and Hugo made his pointThe best part of the story maybe there were just so many good ones was likely Hugo s portrayal of love Love was everywhere the inexplicable love Frollo had for his useless brother the love that caused Frollo to accept. 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. Ondon and America s Lippard in The uaker City or The Monks of Monk s HallA little later the detective arrived in the gothic city Poe s DuPont Gaboriau s Leco Conan Doyle s Holmes and soon the marvelous and fantastic weree introduced Stevenson s New Arabian Nights Machen s The Three Imposters as well fully preparing the urban landscape for the writers of the 20th century to construct their cities of Octavio's Journey romance in the worlds of detection and fantasyHugo tells us that the bones of uasimodo and Esmeralda have long ago turned to dust but the marvelous city of crimes and dreams continues to live on 922 Notre Dame de Paris Our Lady of Paris The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor HugoThe Hunchback of Notre Dame is a French RomanticGothic novel by Victor Hugo published in 1831 The story is set in Paris in 1482 during theeign of Louis XI The gypsy Esmeralda born as Agnes captures the hearts of many men including those of Captain Phoebus and Pierre Gringoire but especially uasimodo and his guardian Archdeacon Claude Frollo Frollo is torn between his obsessive lust for Esmeralda and the Philosophy in Social Work rules of Notre Dame Cathedral He orders uasimodo to kidnap her but uasimodo is captured by Phoebus and his guards who save Esmeralda Gringoire who attempted to help Esmeralda but was knocked out by uasimodo is about to be hanged by beggars when Esmeralda saves him by agreeing to marry him for four years The following day uasimodo is sentenced to be flogged and turned on the pillory for one hour followed by another hour s public exposure He calls for water Esmeralda seeing his thirst approaches the public stocks and offers him a drink of water It saves him and she captures his heart Later Esmeralda is arrested and charged with the attempted murder of Phoebus whom Frollo actually attempted to kill in jealousy after seeing him trying to seduce Esmeralda She is sentenced to death by hanging As she is being led to the gallows uasimodo swings down by the bellope of Notre Dame and carries her off to the cathedral under the law of sanctuary temporarily protecting her from arrest Frollo later informs Gringoire that the Court of Parlement has voted to Americana: The Kinks, the Riff, the Road: The Story remove Esmeralda sight to the sanctuary so she can no longer seek shelter in the Cathedral and will be taken away to be killed Clopin the leader of the Gypsies hears the news from Gringoire and allies the citizens of Paris to charge the cathedral and escue Esmeralda When uasimodo sees the Gypsies he assumes they are there to hurt Esmeralda so he drives them off Likewise he thinks the King s men want to Organizing Power rescue her and tries to help them find her She isescued by Frollo and Gringoire But after yet another failed attempt to win her love Frollo betrays Esmeralda by handing her to the troops and watches while she is being hanged When Frollo laughs during Esmeralda s hanging uasimodo pushes him from the height of Notre Dame to his death uasimodo goes to the cemetery hugs Esmeralda s body and dies of starvation with her Years later they are discovered and while trying to separate them uasimodo s bones turn to dust 1972 1348 242 19 1362 309 1362 108 1370 547 1385 526 1386 1387 1388 9789646030282 1370 368 1380 390 1371 128 1375 9646208193 1375 192 1392 159 9789645680464 ANATKH 31061399 Written by Victor Hugo who also brought us the wonderful classic Les Mis ables 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 always so black and white Until ecently my only experience with The Hunchback of Notre Dame had been watching the 1990 s Disney animated film on VHS as a kid which was waaaay back in 2005 and my memory of it isn t so good except that I emember being disappointed by the ending in which Esmeralda inevitably doesn t love uasimodo in spite of him being a kind person I was eight years old it hadn t occurred to me back then that life arely works out occurred to me back then that life Victorian Fashions: A Pictorial Archive, 965 Illustrations rarely works out to me back then that lifearely works out way and feeling very sorry for poor Frollo in his eventual demise god knows why he was scary back then Kids in my elementary school classes had nightmares about him I decided I should go back and Jack and the Beanstalk: Ladybird First Favourite Tales re experience the story but this time I wanted to tryeading the original book over the Disney film The novel is considerably deeper although the Disney film did try and in all fairness did manage to capture some of the complex emotions and psychology behind the characters as a film intended for children it left out many of the book s deeper moments and is Captain Corellis Mandolin radically different from the book in manyespects uasimodo actually isn t a huge presence in the novel in spite of him being the titular character which was a bit odd but the book seems to be about sharing a message than it is about the characters themselves I can t say that I loved The Hunchback of Notre Dame as much as Les Mis Landscapes of the Chinese Soul rables unfortunately While it s still a great novel and undeniably well written The Hunchback of Notre Dame seems in its own weird way to be a commentary on Victor Hugo s perception of France s architecture and a historicalpolitical glance back in time The pacing and structure of the novel is also difficult to get used to If you like linear plots with only a couple of characters I wouldn tecommend it but if you like stories that follow their own course at their own time this one is a good choice I do however Landscapes of the Chinese Soul: The Enduring Presence of the Cultural Revolution recommendeading Les Mis ables first if you e new to the work of Victor Hugo It s arguably his best novel but also gives Media, Mobilization and the Umbrella Movement readers a chance to get immersed in his writing style before moving onto his other books Victor Hugo s Les Misables is one of my all time favourite novels and so it s odd that I ve never Getting a Life with Asperger's: Lessons Learned on the Bumpy Road to Adulthood read any of his other books In order to fill in the gaps in myeading I ve decided to ead 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 not uite as good as Les Mis but it s still incredible At times Hugo can Be Long Winded And long winded and could have thrown the Kindle across the oom when he Encyclopedia of Management Development Methods rambled on for 50 or so pages describing Notre Dame and the view from there However as I didn t fancy breaking the Kindle and having to buy a new one Ieined myself 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 The Heart of Coaching Supervision: Working with Reflection and Self-Care revised edition also includes furthereading and a chronology of Hugo’s lif. ,