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  1. Shakespeare (Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885. Works) by Victor Hugo, 1865
  2. Victor Hugo's letters to his wife and others (The Alps and the Pyrenees) / Tr. by Nathan Haskell Dole by Victor (1802-1885) Hugo, 1895
  3. The love letters of Victor Hugo, 1820-1822 by Victor (1802-1885) Hugo, 1901
  4. Victor Hugo et ses correspondants / avant-propos de Paul Valery by Victor (1802-1885) Hugo, 1947
  5. The Century Was Two Years Old-le Siecle Avait Deux Ans: Victor Hugo, 1802-1885 (An Exhibition-Une Exposition) by Rosemary Lloyd, Maria Krebs, 2002
  6. Centruy Was Two Tears Old (La Siecle avait deux ans) Victor Hugo 1802-1885
  7. Victor Hugo 1802 - 1885. Phantasien in Tusche. Kunsthaus Zürich 5. Juni bis 23.
  8. Notre-Dame de Paris by Victor, 1802-1885 Hugo, 1832-01-01
  9. LES MISERABLES [COMPLETE IN 5 VOLUMES] [G] by Victor [1802-1885. ] Hugo, 1887
  10. The TOILERS Of The SEA. In the Translation by Isabel F. Hapgood and With an Introduction by Matthew Josephson. by Victor [1802 - 1885]. Hugo, 1960
  11. The TOILERS Of The SEA. A Novel. by Victor [1802 - 1885]. Dore, Gustave [1832 - 1883] - Illustrator. Hugo, 1878
  12. Les travailleurs de la mer / Illustre´s de soixante-dix dessins par Chifflart by Victor (1802-1885) Hugo, 1869
  13. William Shakespeare. Translated by Melville B. Anderson. by Hugo. Victor. 1802-1885., 1886
  14. Ruy Blas Drame en Cinq Actes. by Victor (1802-1885). HUGO, 1889-01-01

1. Liste Des Oeuvres De Victor HUGO
Victor HUGO (18021885) 1er janvier (L'ann e terrible) A Andr Ch nier (Les contemplations)

2. Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
Biography of French poet, dramatist and novelist Victor Hugo, plus links to purchase all of his works currently in print.

3. Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo and the Romantic Drama by Albert W. Halsall (1998); Victor Hugo. Avant l'exil 18021851 by Jean-Marc Hovasse (2002); Victor Hugo

4. Victor Hugo Poems
Victor Hugo An introduction to French dramatist Victor Hugo. Victor Hugo (1802-1885) - A biography of the French novelist, dramatist, and

5. ABU - AUTEUR Victor Hugo
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6. Victor Hugo Website
A website about the life and works of French poet, novelist and playwright Victor Hugo, 18021885.

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9. Victor Hugo
VICTOR HUGO . Victor Hugo (18021885) Un esprit qui marche de lueur en lueur , et qui s'arr te perdu - au bord de l'infini

10. Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo Monologues An index of monologues by Hugo. Victor Hugo Poems - An index of poems by the French dramatist. Victor Hugo (1802-1885) - A

11. Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo (18021885). Novelist, poet, and dramatist, the most important ofFrench Romantic writers. In his preface to his historical play CROMWELL (1827)
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Victor Hugo (1802-1885) Novelist, poet, and dramatist, the most important of French Romantic writers. In his preface to his historical play CROMWELL (1827) Hugo wrote that romanticism is the liberalism of literature. Hugo developed his own version of the historical novel, combining concrete, historical details with vivid, melodramatic, even feverish imagination. Among his best-known works are The Hunchback of Notre Dame and "How came it that this prudent, economical man was also generous? That this chaste adolescent, this model father, grew to be, in his last years, an ageing faun? That this legitimist changed, first into a Bonapartist, only, later still, to be hailed as the grandfather of the Republic? That this pacifist could sing, better than anybody, of the glories of the flags of Wagram? That this bourgeois in the eyes of other bourgeois came to assume the stature of a rebel? These are the questions that every biographer of Victor Hugo must answer." (from Olympio: The Life of Victor Hugo Virgil . At the age of sixteen he noted: "Many a great poet is often / Nothing but a literary giraffe: / How great he seems in front, / How small he is behind!" With his brothers he founded in 1819 a review, the

12. Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
Biography of the French poet, playwright, and novelist.
Victor Hugo "IN a truly great dramatist the situations spring from the characters, but in Hugo's plays, as in Calderon 's and Corneille 's, the situation dominates the characters." This fault will be found alike in Hugo's first produced play, Cromwell , which appeared when its author was only twenty-five years old, and his two greatest stage successes, Hernani and Ruy Blas . The critic remarks further: "The situation in Hernani is strained and dramatically unreal, the sentiment is mawkish, the oratory grandiloquent; but a throbbing life and intensely expressed emotion maintain the interest, though this is a lyric rather than a dramatic one." The same might be said of Ruy Blas . Yet these two dramas are still played in France and go far toward explaining Hugo's contemporary popularity. Hugo's father was an officer in the French army, and most of his early life was spent in Paris with the exception of a year in Madrid where his father's military duties had taken him. This youthful experience left its imprint both on Hernani and Ruy Blas Hugo's interest in literature began young. In his early teens he was already entering poetical contests and was occasionally successful. At seventeen he founded a fortnightly journal which, however, was short-lived. At nineteen he wrote a play

13. Victor Hugo | Poet & Novelist
Lucidcafe s profile of Victor Hugo. Victor Hugo Poet Novelist. 18021885.To love another person is to see the face of God. —from Les Miserables
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was born on February 26, 1802 in Besancon, France. He was a poet, novelist, and dramatist and the most important French Romantic writer of the 19th Century. Hugo is best known for his novels "Notre-Dame de Paris" (a.k.a Hunchback of Notre-Dame) (1831) and "Les Miserables" (1862). Hugo created poems and novels that integrated political and philosophical questions with stories of his times. Many of Hugo's poems addressed the social disquiet of post-revolutionary France. Others to the glory of Napoleon . He wrote with simplicity and power of the joys and sorrows of life. Hugo authored an enormous body of work. Every morning he would write at least 100 lines of verse or 20 pages of prose. A recurring theme in Hugo's work is humanity's ceaceless combat with evil. He eloquently stated the problems of his century and the great eternal human questions. Modern readers are still captured by the larger than life characters and re-creation of the swarming underworld of 19th Century Paris found in "Les Miserables." Hugo died in Paris on the 23 of May, 1885 at the age of 83. Over three million people attended his State funeral.

14. Victor Hugo (1802-1885) French Writer.
(18021885) French writer. Considered one of the greatest French writers of the19th century, Victor Hugo is well-known as the author of Les Miserables.
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(1802-1885) French writer. Considered one of the greatest French writers of the 19th century, Victor Hugo is well-known as the author of "Les Miserables."
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15. Victor Hugo Website
works of French poet, novelist and playwright Victor Hugo, 18021885. Was Victor Hugo a lunatic or did ghosts really talk to him through a table?

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Was Victor Hugo a lunatic or did ghosts really talk to him through a table? Those are the alternatives given by John Chambers in his Conversations With Eternity.
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JUNE-JULY 2004: A CLOSE LOOK AT JOHN CHAMBERS' CONVERSATIONS WITH ETERNITY MAY 2004: IN OTHER WORDS – About Swedish 19th century translations. APR 2004: THE MISERABLE BASTARDS – Thoughts on Hugo 'sequels'. MAR 2004: THE NOBEL NEIGHBOUR – The friendship between Alfred Nobel and Victor Hugo. FEB 2004: VISITING HUGO – Carl August Hagberg reports home from Paris in 1836. VICTOR HUGO NOVELS: (completed) Go to Novels index >> VICTOR HUGO PLAYS: (completed) Go to Plays index >> VICTOR HUGO MISCELLANEOUS WORK: (completed) Go to Miscellaneous Works index >> VICTOR HUGO ADAPTATIONS: Go to Adaptations index >> This section is complete and contains cinema from 1905 to 1998, television from 1967 to 2002, films in which Victor Hugo appears as a character, animated from 1977 to 1996, music, theatre and comics.

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Victor Hugo (18021885). Biographical note. from Wikipedia L homme QuiRit (1869) read download ; The Memoirs of Victor Hugo read download
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17. Victor Hugo - Biography And Works
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Search all of Victor Hugo Victor Hugo (1802-1885) , novelist, poet, and dramatist, is one of the most important of French Romantic writers. Among his best-known works are The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831) and Les Misérables
Victor Hugo was born in Besançon as the son of a army general, who taught young Victor to admire Napoleon as a hero. After the separation of his parents, he was raised and educated in Paris by his mother, where the family settled when Hugo was two. From 1815 to 1818 Hugo attended the Lycée Louis-le Grand in Paris. He began in early adolescence to write verse tragedies and poetry, and translated Virgil. Hugo's first collection of poems, Odes Et Poesies Diverses gained him a royal pension from Louis XVIII. As a novelist Hugo made his debut with Han D'Islande (1823) followed by Bug-Jargal (1826). In 1822 Hugo married Adèle Foucher who was the daughter of an officer at the ministry of war.
Hugo gained wider fame with his play Hernani (1830) and with his famous historical work The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831) which became an instant success. Since its appearance in 1831 the story has became part of popular culture. The novel, set in 15th century Paris, tells a moving story of a gypsy girl Esmeralda and the deformed bell ringer, Quasimodo, who loves her.

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Set in medieval Paris, Victor Hugo's powerful historical romance The Hunchback of Notre-Dame has resonated with succeeding generations ever since its publication in 1837. It tells the story of the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda, condemned as a witch by the tormented archdeacon Claude Frollo, who lusts after her. Quasimodo, the deformed bell ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral, having fallen in love with the kindhearted Esmeralda, tries to save her by hiding her in the cathedral's tower. When a crowd of Parisian peasants, misunderstanding Quasimodo's motives, attacks the church in an attempt to liberate her, the story ends in tragedy.
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20. Quotations From Victor Hugo VICTOR HUGO Famous People. Quote Quotes
(Victor Hugo (18021885), French poet, novelist, playwright, essayist. William G. Allen. Speech given to the delegates of the 36000 communes of Hugo

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