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Ninety-three

Author: Victor Hugo; Dole Helen B.
Publisher: Seaside, Or. : Rough Draft Printing, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An unabridged printing of Hugo's final work translated by Helen Dole, with all text and any illustrations, digitally enlarged. The events of Ninety-Three occur during (and somewhat define) the period of the French Revolution. For this reason, all the characters' actions are tremendously important. The fate of a large part of the world literally hangs on their actions. Toward the end of the book, during the battle at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victor Hugo; Dole Helen B.
ISBN: 1603860754 9781603860758
OCLC Number: 232635704
Notes: Translation of Quatrevingt-treize.
Description: 444 pages
Other Titles: 93
Responsibility: by Victor Hugo ; translated by Helen B. Dole.

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An unabridged printing of Hugo's final work translated by Helen Dole, with all text and any illustrations, digitally enlarged. The events of Ninety-Three occur during (and somewhat define) the period of the French Revolution. For this reason, all the characters' actions are tremendously important. The fate of a large part of the world literally hangs on their actions. Toward the end of the book, during the battle at La Tourgue, you can almost see the future itself, balanced on a knife-edge, swaying back and forth with the actions of the main characters. The characters in Ninety-Three are giants among men. Lantenac, Gauvain, Cimourdain - all are heroic in their own way. Even minor characters like Radoub the soldier, Tellmarch the beggar, and Halmalo the sailor are honorable and admirable people.

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