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Hugo, Victor 1802-1885

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Les misérables by Victor Hugo( Book )
3,524 editions published between 1800 and 2016 in 31 languages and held by 23,295 libraries worldwide
Story of Valjean, the ex-convict who rises against all odds from galley slave to mayor, and the fanatical police inspector who dedicates his life to recapturing Valjean
The toilers of the sea by Victor Hugo( Book )
638 editions published between 1013 and 2014 in 11 languages and held by 4,795 libraries worldwide
A tale of high adventure on the seas, along with a touching love story
La Légende des siècles. La fin de Satan. Dieu by Victor Hugo( Book )
723 editions published between 1800 and 2012 in 3 languages and held by 3,325 libraries worldwide
Le texte reproduit est celui de l'édition définitive de 1883-1884. Préface, p. vii-xxi, dans laquelle C. Roy répond magistralement à la question: Hugo avait-il l'intelligence de son génie? Introduction, p. xxiii-xlix. Aragon a salué comme il se doit "les plus beaux vers français" liés avec "une philosophie du devenir". Dossier d'environ 140 pages. [SDM]
The man who laughs by Victor Hugo( Book )
598 editions published between 1800 and 2015 in 9 languages and held by 2,869 libraries worldwide
Gwynplaine and his surrogate family--father Ursus and sister and fellow foundling Dea--travel southern England as Gwynplaine performs at carnivals, using his grotesque facial expression as a punch line, only for Gwynplaine's lineage to be discovered in the midst of court intrigues and arranged marriages
Les misérables by Victor Hugo( Sound Recording )
137 editions published between 1959 and 2015 in 5 languages and held by 2,612 libraries worldwide
Story of Jean-Valjean, a convict struggling to escape his past, that became a gospel for the poor and oppressed
Notre-Dame de Paris : 1482 by Victor Hugo( Book )
385 editions published between 1831 and 2012 in 6 languages and held by 2,508 libraries worldwide
The tale, set in medieval Paris, of Quasimodo, the hunchbacked bellringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, and his struggles to save the beautiful gypsy dancer Esmaralda from being unjustly executed
The hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo( Sound Recording )
99 editions published between 1976 and 2014 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 2,484 libraries worldwide
Written in 1831 before Hugo was forced to flee from Louis Napoleon's France. In this novel, Hugo paints a vivid portrait of medieval Paris. Quasimodo, the one-eyed, hunchbacked refugee; Esmeralda, the dancing gypsy girl, threatened by the gallows; and a world where chaos is in charge--Hugo captures them all in this timeless, almost Gothic, piece of literature
Ruy Blas by Victor Hugo( Book )
308 editions published between 1828 and 2015 in 9 languages and held by 1,991 libraries worldwide
Théâtre avec dix-sept personnages principaux: deux femmes, quinze hommes
Quatrevingt-treize by Victor Hugo( Book )
377 editions published between 1800 and 2015 in 11 languages and held by 1,936 libraries worldwide
Xiao shuo yi wang dai bao luan yu ping ding bao luan de dou zheng wei bei jing, yi san ge hai zi de ming yun wei xian suo, tong guo cuo zong fu za de gu shi qing jie, miao xie le yi chang jue ding ge ming cheng bai de can lie dou zheng
The hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo( Book )
50 editions published between 1898 and 2004 in 5 languages and held by 1,925 libraries worldwide
A retelling of the tale, set in medieval Paris, of Quasimodo, the hunchbacked bellringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, and his struggles to save the beautiful gypsy dancer Esmeralda from being unjustly executed
Ninety-three by Victor Hugo( Book )
175 editions published between 1833 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 1,790 libraries worldwide
It is the year 1793 and a new and terrible phase of the French Revolution is underway. Louis XVI has been sentenced to the scaffold and the guillotine has become an efficient agent of the Terror
Hernani by Victor Hugo( Book )
277 editions published between 1829 and 2014 in 11 languages and held by 1,683 libraries worldwide
Hernani is a 1830 drama set in a Spanish court in 1519. The plot begins with the introduction of a love triangle between Don Carlos, the king of Spain, Dona Sol, a young noblewoman and Don Ruy Gomex de Silva, Dona Sol's uncle and fiance. The plot thickens with the introduction of Hernani, a bandit who is Dona Sol's true love. After a series of underhanded scenarios by the male characters to win over Dona Sol, the play ends with Hernani and Dona Sol drinking poison and dying together. Although the play was successful and later inspired the opera Emani by Giuseppe Verdi, Hernani was remembered more for the occurrences on its opening night than any plot twists or characters. A few years before Hernani's debut, Hugo wrote a preface to his Cromwell, a drama that was never performed on stage due to its excessive length. In the preface, Hugo made a call to arms for young artists and writers of France to work outside of the Classicist boundaries being enforced at the time. This preface, paired with the earlier censorship of another of Hugo's plays, called for the demonstrations that would be remembered more than the play itself. On opening night, a group of young artists and writers, now called the "Romantic Army," rioted in the theatre, causing damage and being in such numbers they could not be stopped. Hernani ran for 100 performances, with each one accompanied by a demonstration
Les Orientales; édition critique avec une introduction by Victor Hugo( Book )
403 editions published between 1800 and 2008 in 6 languages and held by 1,631 libraries worldwide
William Shakespeare by Victor Hugo( Book )
199 editions published between 1 and 2014 in 9 languages and held by 1,393 libraries worldwide
Originally intended to be a short introduction to his son's collection of French translations of Shakespeare plays, William Shakespeare became a 300-page essay of literary criticism of Shakespeare and other authors, including Homer, St. Paul, Dante and Cervantes
Les contemplations by Victor Hugo( Book )
180 editions published between 1841 and 2008 in 4 languages and held by 1,383 libraries worldwide
Les misérables by Robert Hossein( visu )
116 editions published between 1935 and 2013 in 8 languages and held by 301 libraries worldwide
The story of Valjean, the ex-convict who rises against all odds from galley slave to mayor, and the fanatical police inspector who dedicates his life to recapturing Valjean. DVD format
Selected poems of Victor Hugo : a bilingual edition by Victor Hugo( Book )
27 editions published between 1897 and 1967 in English and French and held by 242 libraries worldwide
Contains the French and English translations of poems by Victor Hugo
My beloved Toto : letters from Juliette Drouet to Victor Hugo, 1833-1882 by Juliette Drouet( Book )
13 editions published between 1939 and 2012 in French and Undetermined and held by 105 libraries worldwide
"My Beloved Toto, a collection of letters written by Juliette Drouet to her lover, Victor Hugo, tells the story of a life and of the great love affair that shaped it. From 1833 until her death half a century later, Drouet wrote to Hugo twice daily on average, resulting in thousands of letters. The 186 translated here - most appearing in English for the first time - offer insights into nineteenth-century French culture as well as an insider's look at the character, behavior, working habits, and day-to-day life of France's most monumental man of letters."--Jacket
Cosette by Victor Hugo( Book )
38 editions published between 1875 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 94 libraries worldwide
Om den undslupne galejslave Jean Valjeans livslange kamp for at leveen agtværdig tilværelse og for at hjælpe samfundets ulykkelige i Frankrig i årene efter Napoleons fald
Les Misérables by Tom Hooper( visu )
14 editions published between 1966 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 54 libraries worldwide
"Set against the background of early 19th century France, this is the story of Jean Valjean. Valjean lives a life on the run after a prison sentence for stealing a loaf of bread. Settling in a remote town, Valjean transforms himself into Monsieur Madeleine, a wealthy and respected businessman. He devotes himself to the care of the poor, including the beautiful Fantine, one of his workers, an unmarried mother who tragically dies of tuberculosis. The well-intentioned Valjean frees Fantine's daughter Cosette from the clutches of her insidious foster parents, and looks after her like a father. After revelations about Valjean's past come to the surface, they escape together for Paris. However they are haunted by Javert, a policeman whose lifelong search for Valjean has become an obsession and the streets of Paris during the revolutionary uprising of 1832 set the stage for an eventful, passionate climax"--Container
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Alternative Names
Giġó, Viktor 1802-1885
Giugo, V., 1802-1885
Gi︠u︡go, V. (Viktor), 1802-1885
Gi︠u︡go, Viktor, 1802-1885
Gjugo, V.
Gjugo , Viktor
Gjugo, Viktor 1802-1885
Gûgo, V.
Gügo Viktor
Hīǧu, Fīktūr 1802-1885
Hījū, Fīktūr, 1802-1885
Hi︠u︡ho, V. (Viktor), 1802-1885
Hi︠u︡ho, Viktor, 1802-1885
Hiwgō, Viktor, 1802-1885
Hiwko, Vigt'or 1802-1885
Hiwkō, Vikʻtʻor, 1802-1885
Hiyugō, Vikṭar 1802-1885
Hiyugo, Wiktor 1802-1885
Hīyūkō, Vikṭar, 1802-1885
Hjuho, Viktor 1802-1885
Hougkṓ Víktōr 1802-1885
Hougo, Biktor, 1802-1885
Hsiao-o, 1802-1885
Hugo, ... 1802-1885
Hugo , Carlo
Hugo, François-Victor 1802-1885
Hugo, V.
Hugo V. 1802-1885
Hugo V.M. 1802-1885
Hugo, V. (Victor), 1802-1885
Hugo, Vicktor 1802-1885
Hugo, Victor
Hugo Victor 1802-1885
Hugo, Victor M. 1802-1885
Hugo , Victor-Marie
Hugo Victor-Marie 1802-1885
Hugo, Victor Marie, Comte
Hugo, Victor Marie comte 1802-1885
Hugo, Victor Marie, vikomt, 1802-1885
Hugo, Viktor 1802-1885
Hugo, Vitor
Hugo , Vittor
Hugo Vittor 1802-1885
Hugo, Vittore 1802-1885
Hugo Vittorio 1802-1885
Hugo, W.
Hugo, Wiktor.
Hugo, Wiktor, 1802-1885
Hugo, Wiqṭor, 1802-1885
Hūġū, Fīktūr, 1802-1885
Hūkū, Fīktūr, 1802-1885
Huog, Victor Marie 1802-1885
Huygo, Victo, 1802-1885
Hüγo, ... 1802-1885
Hüγo, Viḳtor 1802-1885
Hüγu, Viḳtur 1802-1885
Hygo , Viktor
Hygo, Viktor, 1802-1885
Hyowgo, Viktor, 1802-1885
Hyugo, Vhikṭara, 1802-1885
Hyūkō, Vikṭar, 1802-1885
Igo, Viktor 1802-1885
Igo, Viktors, 1802-1885
I︠U︡go, Viktor, 1802-1885
Iuyiγu, Vik’tur 1802-1885
Mì-káik-dŏ̤ Ṳ̄-guō
Ougkṓ Víktōr 1802-1885
Ounkō, Viktor, 1802-1885
Ugkō, Biktōr 1802-1885
Ūġū, Viqtūr
V. H.
Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo anglai
Victor Hugo Escriptor francès
Victor HUGO franca verkisto, dramisto kaj spiritisto
Victor Hugo francia romantikus költő, regény- és drámaíró
Victor Hugo francouzský spisovatel
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Victor Hugo French poet, novelist, and dramatist
Victor Hugo French poet, novelist, dramatist
Victor Hugo poet, dramaturg, romancier și prozator
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Victor Hugo skrivagner gallek
Victor Marie Comte Hugo
Viktor Hüqo
Viktors Igo
Wi, Pikt'orŭ, 1802-1885
Wiktor Gýugo
Yu guo 1802-1885
Yü-kuo, 1802-1885
Yü-kuo, Wei-kʻo-to, 1802-1885
Yugō 1802-1885
Yugo, Pikttorŭ, 1802-1885
Yūgō, Viktar 1802-1885
Yugō, Vikutōru Marī 1802-1885
Yuguo 1802-1885
Yuguo, Weikeduo 1802-1885
Βίκτωρ Ουγκώ Γάλλος μυθιστοριογράφος, ποιητής και δραματουργός
Ουγκώ Βίκτωρ 1802-1885
Виктор Гюго
Виктор Гюго французский поэт, прозаик и драматург, глава и теоретик французского романтизма
Виктор Иго
Виктор Юго
Виктор Үго
Віктор Гюго
Віктор Гюго французький письменник, поет, драматург
Віктор Гюґо
Віктор Юго
Гюго В. 1802-1885
Гюго В.М. 1802-1885
Гюго, Виктор
Гюго, Виктор, 1802-1885
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אוגו, ב'יקטור
ב'יקטור הוגו
הוגא, וויקטאר
הוגא, וויקטאר, 1802־1885
הוגא, וויקטאר, 1885־1802
הוגא, ויקטור, 1802־1885
הוגאָ, װ.
הוגא, װיקטאר
הוגא, װיקטאר, 1802־1885
הוגה, ויקטור
הוגו, ב'יקטור
הוגו, ויקטור
הוגו, ויקטור, 1802-1885
הוגו, ויקטור מארי
הוגו, ויקטור מרי, 1802-1885
הוגו, וקטור
וויקטאר הוגא
ויקטור הוגו
اوغو, ویقتور
فيكتور هوجو
فيكتور هوجو، 1802-1885
هوجو، فيكتور، 1802-1885
هوجو، ڤكتور
هوغو، فيكتور، 1802-1885
هوغو، ويقتور
هوكو، فيكتور، 1802-1885
هوكو، ڤكتور
هوگو، ويكتور
هيجو، فيكتور
هيجو، فيكتور، 1802-1885
هيجو، ڤكتور
هيغو، فيكتور، 1802-1885
هيكو، فكتور
وکٹر ہیوگو
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വിക്ടർ യൂഗോ French poet, novelist, dramatist
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วิกตอร์ อูโก
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위고 1802-1885
위고, V. 1802-1885
위고, 빅또르 1802-1885
위고, 빅토르 1802-1885
위고, 빅토르 M. 1802-1885
위고, 빅토르 마리 1802-1885
위고, 빅톨 1802-1885
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유고, 빅토르 1802-1885
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ሁጎ, ቢ̄ክተር.
ቪክቶር ኢውጎ
ユウゴオ, ビクトル
ユゴー, V
ユゴー, ヴィクトール
ユゴー, ヴィクトール・マリ─ 1802-1885
ユーゴー, ビクトル
ユゴー, ビクトール・マリ─ 1802-1885
维克多·雨果 法国浪漫主义作家
雨果 1802-1885
雨果, 维克多, 1802-1885
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