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Victor Hugo
by: Austin Bieker Victor Hugo's Work Los Contemplation
La Legende des Siecles
Notre-Dame de Paris (known as The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Odes Et Poesies Diverses
Han D' Islande
Bug-Jargal Victor Hugo's Life Born in 1802, to a army general in Besancon, France
Was raised to look at Napoleon III as inspiration from his father
Grew popularity from his work Odes Et
After Mothers death, Victor married to Adele.
Shortly after producing his first novel, Han D'Islande.
Victor's life Continued.... After first novel, Victor set out and made yet another one, the famous The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserables.
Fought with Napoleon III, leading a life of exile in the Brussels.
Victor found no success as he did with poems and novels with plays. Labelled as decent but not as compelling
Lost two sons, favorite daughter, wife, and his mistress before his death
He returned to Paris after exile and died on May 22, 1885 "PRECISELY three hundred and forty-eight years, six months and nineteen days ago 1 Paris was awakened by the sound of the pealing of all the bells within the triple enclosing walls of the city, the University, and the town. 1 Yet the 6th of January, 1482, was not a day of which history has preserved the record. There was nothing of peculiar note in the event which set all the bells and the good people of Paris thus in motion from early dawn. It was neither an assault by Picards or Burgundians, nor a holy image carried in procession, nor a riot of the students in the vineyard of Laas, nor the entry into the city of “our most dread Lord the King,” nor even a fine stringing up of thieves, male and female, at the Justice of Paris. Neither was it the unexpected arrival, so frequent in the fifteenth century, of some foreign ambassador with his beplumed and gold-laced retinue. Scarce two days had elapsed since the last cavalcade of this description, that of the Flemish envoys charged with the mission to conclude the marriage between the Dauphin and Margaret of Flanders, had made its entry into Paris, to the great annoyance of Monsieur the Cardinal of Bourbon, who, to please the King, had been obliged to extend a gracious reception to this boorish company of Flemish burgomasters, and entertain them in his Hôtel de Bourbon with a “most pleasant morality play, drollery, and farce,” while a torrent of rain drenched the splendid tapestries at his door. 2
The 6th of January, which “set the whole population of Paris in a stir,” as Jehan de Troyes relates, was the date of the double festival—united since time immemorial—of the Three Kings, and the Feast of Fools. "
The Hunchback ofNotre Dame Passage from Victor Hugo's Memoirs Really, now, an old house! You counted upon an old house and turned up your nose at it in advance. Ah! yes, old houses; don't you wish you may get them! A dilapidated, tumble-down cottage! Why, don't you know that a dilapidated, tumble-down cottage is simply charming, a thing of beauty? The wall is of beautiful, warm and strong colour, with moth holes, birds' nests, old nails on which the spider hangs his rose-window web, a thousand amusing things that break its evenness. The window is only a dormer, but from it protrude long poles on which all sorts of clothing, of all sorts of colours, hang and dry in the wind-white tatters, red rags, flags of poverty that give to the hut an air of gaiety and are resplendent in the sunshine. The door is cracked and black, but approach and examine it; you will without doubt find upon it a bit of antique ironwork of the time of Louis XIII., cut out like a piece of guipure. The roof is full of crevices, but in each crevice there is a convolvulus that will blossom in the spring, or a daisy that will bloom in the autumn. The tiles are patched with thatch. Of course they are, I should say so! It affords the occasion to have on one's roof a colony of pink dragon flowers and wild marsh-mallow. A fine green grass carpets the foot of this decrepit wall, the ivy climbs joyously up it and cloaks its bareness--its wounds and its leprosy mayhap; moss covers with green velvet the stone seat at the door. All nature takes pity upon this degraded and charming thing that you call a hovel, and welcomes it. 0 hovel! honest and peaceful old dwelling, sweet and good to see! rejuvenated every year by April and May! perfumed by the wallflower and inhabited by the swallow!

Victor Hugo's Specialization Victor Hugo did novels, poems, and plays

love, relaionship and greaving

sometime sad, regetful and even at times, grieving Works Cited "Victor Hugo - Biography and Works." The Literature Network: Online Classic Literature, Poems, and Quotes. Essays & Summaries. May-June 2008. Web. 04 May 2010. <http://www.online-literature.com/victor_hugo/>.sa
"Victor Hugo." Victor Hugo. May-June 2001. Web. May-June 2010. <http://hugo-online.org/>
"Victor Hugo Central." Victor Hugo. Web. May-June 2010. <http://gavroche.org/vhugo/sitemap.shtml>
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