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The hunchback of Notre Dame

Author: Victor Hugo
Publisher: New York : Book League of America, [between 1930 and 1974]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victor Hugo
OCLC Number: 1043804
Language Note: Translated from French into English.
Description: 350 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The great hall of the palace of justice --
Pierre Gringoire --
Monseigneur the Cardinal --
Master Jaques Coppennole --
Quasimodo --
La Esmeralda --
From Charybdis to Scylla --
The Place de Grève --
The poet puzzled --
Inconveniences of following a handsome girl in the street at night --
Sequel of inconveniences --
The broken jug --
A wedding night --
Notre Dame --
Bird's-eye view of Paris --
The foundling --
Claude Frollo --
The bell-ringer of Notre Dame --
The dog and his master --
Anicent administration of justice --
The Troux Aux Rats --
Sister Gudule --
The pillory --
Danger of trusting a goat with a secret --
A priest and a philosopher are two different persons --
The bells --
Claude Frollo's cell --
The two men in black --
Captain PhŒbus de Chateaupers --
The goblin monk --
Utility of windows looking toward the river --
The crown transformed into a dry leaf --
Sequel to the crown transformed into a dry leaf --
Conclusion of the crown transformed into a dry leaf --
Lasciate ogni speranza --
The mother --
Three human hearts differently constituted --
A high fever --
The sanctuary --
A human heart in a form scarcely human --
Earthenware and crystal --
The key of the Porte Rouge --
Sequel to the key to the Porte Rouge --
Gringoire has several capital ideas, one after another, in the Rue des Bernardins --
"Turn vagabond" --
Il allegro --
A mischievous friend --
The retreat where monsieur Louis of France says his prayers --
A narrow escape --
Chateaupers to the rescue! --
The little shoe --
"La creatura bella bianca vestita" --
Marriage of Captain PhŒbus --
Marriage of Quasimodo.
Responsibility: by Victor Hugo.

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