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Notre Dame De Paris; Notre Dame De Paris; Victor Hugo
E. Renduel, 1836
Literary Criticism; European; French; Literary Criticism / European / French
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The best-known of the French Romantic writers, Victor Hugo was a poet, novelist, dramatist, and political critic. Hugo was an avid supporter of French republicanism and advocate for social and political equality, themes that reflect most strongly in his works Les Mis?rables, Notre-Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre-Dame), and Le Dernier jour d'un condamn? (The Last Day of a Condemned Man). Hugo's literary works were successful from the outset, earning him a pension from Louis XVIII and membership in the prestigious Acad?mie fran?aise, and influencing the work of literary figures such as Albert Camus, Charles Dickens, and Fyodor Dostoevsky. Elevated to the peerage by King Louis-Philippe, Hugo played an active role in French politics through the 1848 Revolution and into the Second and Third Republics. Hugo died in 1885, revered not only for his influence on French literature, but also for his role in shaping French democracy. He is buried in the Panth?on alongside Alexandre Dumas and ?mile Zola.
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Buchbeschreibung Paris: Garnier-Flammarion, 1967 + 2006., 1967. 512 S. + 224 S. Mit Gbrsp. und Marginalien. - Beiliegt: Notre-Dame von Paris. Insel - TB 298 von 1977. O.Broschur. 553 S. mit zeitgenössischen Illustrationen. ISBN: 3458319960. Leichte Gbrsp. 79224 2080722921 Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 900 18 cm x 11 cm + 17,5 cm x 12,5 cm, O.Broschur. Artikel-Nr. 65156
Buchbeschreibung Flammarion, 2006. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Sehr gut. 7974M Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 159. Artikel-Nr. 92673