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Notre Dame De Paris


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Auteur: Hugo, Victor
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Maison d'édition: Ecole Des Loisirs,France
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Année de publication: January 1, 1982
ISBN#: 978-2-211-02946-9
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Pages: 335
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Mots clés: Travel; Reference & Tips; Professional & Technical; Architecture; Building Types & Styles; Religious Buildings; Nonfiction; Foreign Language Nonfiction; French
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5.0"x7.2"x1.0"; 0.7 lb

At the center of Hugo's classic novel are three extraordinary characters caught in a web of fatal obsession. The grotesque hunchback Quasimodo, bell-ringer of Notre-Dame, owes his life to the austere archdeacon, Claude Frollo, who in turn is bound by a hopeless passion to the gypsy dancer Esmeralda. She, meanwhile, is bewitched by a handsome, empty-headed officer, but by an unthinking act of kindness wins Quasimodo's selfless devotion. Behind the central figures moves a pageant of picturesque characters, including the underworld of beggars and petty criminals whose assault on the cathedral is one of the most spectacular set-pieces of Romantic literature. Alban Kraisheimer's new translation offers a fresh approach to this monumental work by France's most celebrated Romantic authors.