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Notre Dame De Paris Pdf [PART 1] – About The Book
Author: Victor Hugo
Total Pages (PDF) 244
Total Pages (FLIP) 244
Pdf Size 2.337 MB
Flip Size 46.791 MB
Language English
Genre Romanticism, Gothic fiction
Rights Victor Hugo (71+ Years of Death – Public Domain!)
Pdf / Flip Link Available For Free Download

Notre Dame De Paris Pdf Book Summary

The novel was opened in Paris in the Middle Ages on January 6, 1482, during the Feast of the Narcissists. The time of this annual festival coincides with the wedding of Louis XI’s son. with the Flemish princess and the city is full of festivities and Flemish dignity.

There will be fireworks on the Place de Grève, a May tree will be planted in the Braque Chapel and a “mystery” (or game) will take place in the Palace of Justice. Most Flemish dignitaries went to the Palace of Justice and joined the great mass of Paris, which forms a sea of ​​people threatening the stage, eagerly awaiting the game and another selection of dads or fools.

The palace’s bright Gothic architecture and its gigantic marble floor go unnoticed by people who start threatening violence if the game doesn’t start immediately. Pierre Gringoire, a playwright, does not know whether he will wait for the cardinal, which is too late, or face the wrath of an angry crowd. His immediate interest in the comfort of angry citizens, as well as his pride in his work, persuaded him to order his actors to start a play called The Good Judgment of the Virgin Mary.

Gringoire actors appeared on stage, each representing a different class of French society: the clergy, the nobility, trade and labor.

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Unfortunately for the playwright, the crowd found the piece completely uninteresting and soon turned their attention to the beggar, identified as Clopin Trouillefou, who stepped onto the stage and shouted, “Charity, if you want nimo!” Gringoire tried desperately to get the audience to pay attention, but the actors lost interest. Suddenly a cardinal entered the palace.

He is so powerful, graceful , and popular that no one minds his tardiness. His entourage of Flemish dignitaries, and not the play, soon becomes the center of attention.

One of the Flemish guests, Jacques Coppenole impresses the crowd with his sense of humor and soon turns their attention toward the imminent election of the Pope of Fools. Gringoire pretends to be a disappointed spectator and yells for the play to continue but the crowd roars back “Down with the mystery!” Crushed at the failure of his work, Gringoire follows the crowd outside.

Coppenole convinces the Parisians to elect their “Pope” like they do in Flanders. Each candidate must stick his head in the hole; the one with the worst face wins. Quasimodo, the bell tower of Notre Dame, was later elected pope of fools. Unlike other candidates who had to change their faces to make people laugh, Quasimodo had nothing to do.

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About the Author

Victor-Marie Hugo (French: [viktɔʁ maʁi yɡo] (audio); February 26, 1802 – May 22, 1885) was a French poet, novelist, essayist, playwright and playwright of the Romantic movement.

In a literary career spanning more than sixty years, he wrote extensively in a remarkable diversity of genres: poetry, satire, epic, philosophical poetry, epigram, novel, history, critical essays, political speeches, funeral prayers, diaries and public letters. . and particular, as well as verses and prosaic dramas. If you want to either read online or download a free version of notre dame de paris pdf and flip ebooks then do so right above this paragraph/heading.

Victor Hugo by Étienne Carjat, 1876 - source:wikipedia

Hugo is considered one of the greatest and most famous French writers. Outside France, his most famous works are the novels Les Misérables, 1862, and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (French Notre-Dame de Paris), 1831. In France, Hugo is best known for his poetry collections, such as Les Úvahy (Faith) and La Légende des siècles (Legend of the century).

Hugo was at the forefront of the romantic literary movement with his play Cromwell and the drama Hernani. Many of his works have inspired music during his lifetime and after his death, including the opera Rigoletto and the musicals Les Misérables and Notre-Dame de Paris. During his life, he created more than 4,000 drawings and fought for social purposes, such as the abolition of the death penalty. Read more about the Author here: Victor Hugo.

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