This extraordinary historical novel takes place in medieval Paris under the twin towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral. Its greatest structure and supreme symbol, it is the unforgettable drama of the hunchback Quasimodo; The gipsy dancer Esmeralda; and Claude Frollo, the priest tortured by the ghost of his own curse. Formed with a deep sense of tragic irony, the work fully embodies Victor Hugo’s brilliant historical imagination and extraordinary imaginative power. You can read the review and download The Hunchback of Notre Dame pdf at the end.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Review:
In 1482, the people of Paris gathered to watch a play in the Palace of Justice to celebrate the “Day of Fools”. Pierre Gringoire is extremely proud of his work and is excited to bring it to the audience. Unfortunately for him, the guests of honour – a group of guest ambassadors – were late and the crowd stuck in the hall was jittery as they waited for the festivities to begin. Fearing for the players’ ultimate safety, Gringoire orders them to start the game. But a few minutes before the preamble, the ambassadors arrive, and the audience is distracted by the mockery of the famous politicians who have entered the hall.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame PDF Features:
The following are some of the major features of The Hunchback of Notre Dame PDF.
- The author Victor Hugo has written it.
- The book is in simple English language so its easier for the readers to understand it.
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame published in the year 1831.
- The novel contains a total of 900 pages.
- Readers loved to read this novel.
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