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Author Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.
Title Notre-Dame de Paris. English
Notre-Dame de Paris / Victor Hugo ; translated with an introduction and notes by Alban Krailsheimer.
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.

Author Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.
Series Oxford world's classics.
Oxford world's classics (Oxford University Press)
Subject France -- History -- Louis XI, 1461-1483 -- Fiction.
Paris (France) -- History -- To 1515 -- Fiction.
Alt Name Krailsheimer, A. J.
Description 1 online resource (xxx, 561 pages).
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page xxvii).
Summary This translation of Notre-Dame de Paris offers Victor Hugo's epic view of mankind's history, which assumes even more importance than the novel's compelling story.
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover; Contents; Introduction; Note on the Text; Select Bibliography; A Chronology of Victor Hugo; NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS; TABLE OF CONTENTS; Note to the First Edition; Note Added to the Definitive Edition (1832); BOOK ONE; I. The Great Hall; II. Pierre Gringoire; III. Monsieur le Cardinal; IV. Maître Jacques Coppenole; V. Quasimodo; VI. La Esmeralda; BOOK TWO; I. From Charybdis to Scylla; II. The Place de Grève; III. Besos para Golpes; IV. The Disadvantages of Following a Pretty Woman through the Streets at Night; V. The Disadvantages (continued); VI. The Broken Pitcher; VII. A Wedding Night
BOOK THREEI. Notre-Dame; II. A Bird's-Eye View of Paris; BOOK FOUR; I. Kind Souls; II. Claude Frollo; III. Immanis Pecoris Gustos Immanior Ipse; IV. The Dog and his Master; V. Claude Frollo (continued); VI. Unpopularity; BOOK FIVE; I. Abbas Beati Martini; II. This Will Kill That; BOOK SIX; I. An Impartial Look at the Old Magistracy; II. The Rat-Hole; III. The Story of a Maize Cake; IV. A Tear for a Drop of Water; V. The Story of the Cake (concluded); BOOK SEVEN; I. Of the Danger of Confiding your Secret to a Goat; II. A Priest and a Philosopher are Two Different Things; III. The Bells
BOOK TENI. Gringoire Has Several Good Ideas in Succession in the Rue des Bernadins; II. Become a Truand!; III. Three Cheers for Pleasure!; IV. An Awkward Friend; V. The Private Retreat where Monsieur Louis of France Says his Hours; VI. Little Blade on the Prowl; VII. Châteaupers to the Rescue!; BOOK ELEVEN; I. The Little Shoe; II. La Creatura Bella Bianco Vestita; III. Phoebus' Marriage; IV. Quasimodo's Marriage; Note on Money; Explanatory Notes
Note English.
ISBN 9780191593673 (electronic bk.)
0191593672 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 726855206
Additional Format Print version: Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885. Notre-Dame de Paris. English. Notre-Dame de Paris. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999 019283701X (OCoLC)44024261.

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