The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo

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The Grand Hall
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Pierre Gringoire
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Monsieur The Cardinal
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Master Jacques Coppenole
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Quasimodo
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Esmeralda
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Kisses For Blows
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The Inconveniences Of Following A Pretty Woman Through The Streets In The Evening
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Result Of The Dangers
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The Broken Jug
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A Bridal Night
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Notre Dame
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A Bird's Eye View Of Paris
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Claude Frollo
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Immanis Pecoris Custos... Immanior Ipse
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The Dog And His Master
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This Will Kill That
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The Rat Hole
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History Of A Leavened Cake Of Maize
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A Tear For A Drop Of Water
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End Of The Story Of The Cake
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A Priest And A Philosopher Are Two Different Things
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The Bells
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Anarkh
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The Effect Which Seven Oaths In The Open Air Can Produce
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The Mysterious Monk
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The Utility Of Windows Which Open On The River
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The Crown Changed Into A Dry Leaf
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Lasciate Ogni Speranza - Leave All Hope Behind - Ye Who Enter Here
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The Mother
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Three Human Hearts Differently Constructed
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Delirium
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Hunchbacked... One Eyed... Lame
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Deaf
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Earthenware And Crystal
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The Key To The Red Door
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Continuation Of The Key To The Red Door
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Gringoire Has Many Good Ideas In Succession. - Rue Des Bernardins
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Turn Vagabond
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Long Live Mirth
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An Awkward Friend
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The Retreat In Which Monsieur Louis Of France Says His Prayers
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Little Sword In Pocket
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Chateaupers To The Rescue
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The Beautiful Creature Clad In White. Dante
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The Marriage Of Phoebus
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The Marriage Of Quasimodo

Set in Paris during medieval times in and around the cathedral of Notre-Dame, this gothic drama tells the tale of Esmeralda the gypsy dancer who is rescued from the gallows by Quasimodo the hunchback after a false accusation of murder by Captain Phoebus who attempted to rape her.

The setting in Paris, mainly under the twin towers of the cathedral of Notre-Dame, includes a caste as wide ranging as the French King all the way down to beggars who live beneath the streets of Paris in its sewers.

Written to highlight the cathedral and portray it as a symbolic guardian of the city, Quasimodo personifies it with a sense of bravery despite it's apparent deformity, in the face of injustice and corruption.