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He time of the story etc I think many who try this would have a hard time staying interested Also and I Hate To Say This Because to say this because always want my books to be unabridged but you could probably abridge this to 150 200 pages and still get everythingClassics buffs Hugo Beyond Varallan fans hardcore historicaliction ans step right up Casual reader thinking about checking out some Hugo step on over to Les Mis Written by Victor Hugo who also brought us the wonderful classic Les Mis rables which in some ways is very similar to this story I noticed a sort of parallel between Inspector Javert and Claude Frollo this large classic eatures deep characters dark but important thematic elements and morality which isn t always so black and white Until recently my only experience with The Hunchback of Notre Dame had been watching the 1990 s Disney animated ilm on VHS as a kid which was waaaay back in 2005 and my memory of it isn t so good except that I remember being disappointed by the ending in which Esmeralda inevitably doesn t love uasimodo in spite of him being a kind person I was eight years old it hadn t occurred to me back then that life rarely works out that way and eeling very sorry or poor Frollo in his eventual demise god knows why he was scary back then Kids in my elementary school classes had nightmares about him I decided I should go back and re experience the story but this time I wanted to try reading the original book over the Disney ilm The novel is considerably deeper although the Disney Rocker Babies Wear Jeans film did try and in allairness did manage to capture some of the complex emotions and psychology behind the characters as a ilm intended or children it left out many of the book s deeper moments and is radically different Sono with Visits from the Seventh from the book in many respects uasimodo actually isn t a huge presence in the novel in spite of him being the titular character which was a bit odd but the book seems to be about sharing a message than it is about the characters themselves I can t say that I loved The Hunchback of Notre Dame as much as Les Mis rables unfortunately While it s still a great novel and undeniably well written The Hunchback of Notre Dame seems in its own weird way to be a commentary on Victor Hugo s perception of France s architecture and a historicalpolitical glance back in time The pacing and structure of the novel is also difficult to get used to If you like linear plots with only a couple of characters I wouldn t recommend it but if you like stories thatollow their own course at their own time this one is a good choice I do however recommend reading Les Mis rables Remarkable Creatures first if you re new to the work of Victor Hugo It s arguably his best novel but also gives readers a chance to get immersed in his writing style before moving onto his other books ok i ll be honest i hated theirst 150 pages and had i not been reading it or book club i would have abandoned it about 300 pages in i started to think it was okay around 400 i really liked it at page 450 i couldn t put it down i stayed up till 2am last night inishing it so is it worth the painful Heroes Adrift (Hero, first half to get to the second half now that i ve done it i would say so victor hugo could have used a good editor pages and pages of diatribes and descriptions that made meeel like pulling my hair out but the story is chilling and wonderful i understood after reading it why there are my hair out but the story is chilling and wonderful i understood after reading it why there are many abridged versions of course its a piece out of history melodramatic and predictable but one expects that all in all i Chuck and Danielle felt satisfied going to bed last night having read such a great book still next time i read Hugo i will be preparedor a big Escaping the Endless Adolescence: How We Can Help Our Teenagers Grow Up Before They Grow Old front end investmen. Th century John Sturrock’s clear contemporary translation is accompanied by an introduction discussing it as a passionate novel of ideas written in defence of Gothic architecture and of a burgeoning democracy and demonstrating that an ugly exterior can conceal moral beauty This revised edition also includesurther reading and a chronology of Hugo’s lif. Re re introduced Stevenson s New Arabian Nights Machen s The Three Imposters as well Dogs Behaving Badly: An A-Z Guide to Understanding and Curing Behavorial Problems in Dogs fully preparing the urban landscapeor the writers of the 20th century to construct their cities of romance in the worlds of detection and Gray Bishop fantasyHugo tells us that the bones of uasimodo and Esmeralda have long ago turned to dust but the marvelous city of crimes and dreams continues to live on Okay I m glad I read this book if only toind out just how badly Disney ruined the story or the sake of their embarassing excuse or a ilm the horrendous straight to video seuel which I ortunately only saw previews or will not be spoken of at all Victor Hugo has a gift not be spoken of at all Victor Hugo has a gift the most ungodly depressing stories but he writes very well when he s not rambling pointlessly to stretch out his page count But I can t bring myself to give this our stars and Noir for one simple reason with the exception of uasimodo and Esmeralda every single character in this book is an insufferable dickhead Frollo obviously deserves to beed to sharks simply Renovate: Changing Who You Are by Loving Where You Are for the mind boggling levels of creepiness he manages to achieve over the course of the story Phoebus is even of aratboy asshole that I d previously thought and the way he decides to seduce Esmeralda despite the Gaffer fact that she s the Gypsy euivalent of a vestal virgin made me want to teleport into the story so I could kick him in the nuts Frollo s younger brother Jehan is a relatively minor character but he gets mentioned because in every single scene he appears in he s constantly yammering away and trying to be clever and witty the result being that he makes Jar Jar Binks seem terribly endearing in comparison And Gringoire I had such hopeor him He starts out promising but then once Esmeralda gets arrested all he can worry about is the stupid goat because I guess he thinks she s cuter than his Circumstantial Evidence fucking wife who saved hisucking life When he joins Frollo to get Esmeralda out of the catherdral he leaves the sixteen year old girl with Pastor Pedo McCreepy and chooses to save the goat The Lone Star Justice: The First Century of the Texas Rangers fucking goat Oneinal word of advice skip the chapter entitled A Bird s Eye View of Paris It s *Thirty Pages Of Pointless Babbling *pages of pointless babbling what Paris looks like rom Notre Dame and it is impossible to read all the way through without wanting to stab yourself in the eyes with the irst sharp object you can reachI know what you re saying Thirty pages Pfft that s nothing I can get through that I read Ulysses First of all you did not Second no you cannot get through these thirty pages Mind numbing does not do it justice It is pointless Don t say I didn t warn you While reading this book I started to notice how little the Hunchback is in it A Goodreads A Chicken in Every Yard: The Urban Farm Store's Guide to Chicken Keeping friend mentioned that this is why the titleor it in France is actually Our Lady of Paris For some reason English translations chose the the Hunchback Island of the Lost Horses (Dora and Friends) for the titleIf other books movies or TV shows named themselves based on a character that was involved as much as uasimodo was in this story here is what they would be calledStar Wars ChewbaccaHarry Potter Neville LongbottomThe Big Bang Theory Howard WalowitzThe Shining Danny Torrance Frozen OlafLost Smoke MonsterAll those characters are important to the stories but they are hardly the mainocus While this is the case with this book it is not necessarily a bad thing just a thing to be aware of going in you really don t get very much uasimodoAfter reading and loving Les Miserables I had high hopes or this book But it was Les Miserables I had high hopes or this book But it was okay I am glad I read it and I did enjoy it a lot in a God Said, Ha!: A Memoir few parts but most of it was a slog Hugo spends theirst 350 pages or so setting up the story describing Paris at Er has also attracted the attention of the sinister archdeacon Claude Frollo and when she rejects his lecherous approaches Frollo hatches a plot to destroy her that only uasimodo can prevent Victor Hugo’s sensational evocative novel brings life to the medieval Paris he loved and mourns its passing in one of the greatest historical romances of the nineteen. I recently read Victor Hugo s Notre Dame de Paris or the irst time and was delighted and moved by the experience Although it lacks the depth and humanity of Les Miserables it possesses a grandeur of architectonic structure and an Olympian compassion all its own Best of all it gives us one of literature s most loving and detailed depictions of a city rivaled only by Joyce s Dublin in UlyssesIt is a shame that this book is so seldom referred to in English by its given name or it is about than the history of one hunchback however moving that history may be First of all it is about the great cathedral that dominates and defines the city the setting or much of the novel s action and most of its crucial events It is also about the genius loci of Paris the maternal spirit that offers sanctuary and support to its most unfortunate children many of them literally orphans Gringoire uasimodo Esmeralda the Frollos be they ugly or beautiful virtuous or evil bringing a measure of comfort to their difficult and and often tragic lives Hugo s novel had been on my lengthy must read list or years but what Operation Iceberg : The Invasion and Conquest of Okinawa in World War II finally moved it to the top was my growingascination with cities in literature In childhood my Arrows of the Night: Ahmad Chalabi's Long Journey to Triumph in Iraq favorite Arabian Night s tales were the ones that took place in Baghdad androm early adolescence I loved Sherlock Holmes London D Artagnan s Paris and Nero Wolfe s New York I also began to appreciate antastic cities such as Stevenson and Machen s London s New York I also began to appreciate antastic cities such as Stevenson and Machen s London Leiber s Lankhmar Soon I ell in love with the hard boiled detective genre and having been a childhood an of Arthurian romances identified with each of these modern knight errants on a uest I also realized that the with each of these modern knight errants on a uest I also realized that the of each city and the private detective s amiliarity with it and his relation to it was an essential part of the genre s charm Even the most realistic of private eye cities Robert B Parker s Boston or example were illed with as many marvels as any Arthurian Romance instead of a sorceress one might meet a sexy widow instead of a liveried dwarf a mysterious butler and instead of a disguised knight offering a cryptic challenge one might be offered a tailing job by a Beacon Hill Brahmin with a mask of smiles and hidden motivations The world of the marvelous had been transported What Every American Should Know About the Rest of the World from the isolated castles woods and meadows of England s green and pleasant land to the magnificent townhouses and seedy alleys of an urban environment How had this occurred and what were the literary antecedentsI believe that Notre Dame de Paris in 1831 is the point where this all begins Hugo took a shoot of the delicate gothic already in decline grafted it to the hearty root of the city or precisely to a Gothic cathedral in the center of a great city where it was most likely tolourish watered it rom the oasis of Arabian marvels dangerous hunchback guild of thieves beautiful dancing girl and cultivated the resulting growth with the historical method of Sir Walter Scott Thus the urban romance was bornThis was just the start of course Another decade of industrialism and population growth would make the great European cities seem even like ancient Baghdad Dickens would make the thieves guild central to the sinister London of Oliver Twist and Eugene Sue s exploration of urban vices in The Mysteries of Paris 1841 would soon be successfully imitated commercially if not artistically by England s Reynolds in The Mysteries of London and America s Lippard in The uaker City or The Monks of Monk s HallA little later the detective arrived in the gothic city Poe s DuPont Gaboriau s Leco Conan Doyle s Holmes and soon the marvelous and antastic we. More commonly known as The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor Hugo’s Romantic novel of dark passions and unreuited loveIn the vaulted Gothic towers of Notre Dame Cathedral lives uasimodo the hunchbacked bellringer Mocked and shunned or his appearance he is pitied only by Esmerelda a beautiful gypsy dancer to whom he becomes completely devoted Esmerelda howev. .
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