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The Hunchback of Notre Dame %28Notre-Dame de Paris%29 by Victor Hugo | Claude Frollo | Quasimodo

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Notre−Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) Victor Hugo Table of Contents Notre−Dame de ParisAKA The Hunchback of Notre Dame..........................................................................1 Victor Hugo.............................................................................................................................................1 PREFACE...................................................................................................................................
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   Notre−Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) Victor Hugo  Table of Contents Notre−Dame de ParisAKA The Hunchback of Notre Dame..........................................................................1 Victor Hugo.............................................................................................................................................1PREFACE................................................................................................................................................2VOLUME I..............................................................................................................................................3BOOK FIRST..........................................................................................................................................3CHAPTER 1. THE GRAND HALL........................................................................................................3CHAPTER II. PIERRE GRINGOIRE...................................................................................................13CHAPTER III. MONSIEUR THE CARDINAL...................................................................................19CHAPTER IV. MASTER JACQUES COPPENOLE...........................................................................22CHAPTER V. QUASIMODO...............................................................................................................28CHAPTER VI. ESMERALDA..............................................................................................................33BOOK SECOND...................................................................................................................................34CHAPTER I. FROM CHARYBDIS TO SCYLLA...............................................................................34CHAPTER II. THE PLACE DE GREVE..............................................................................................36 CHAPTER III. KISSES FOR BLOWS.................................................................................................37CHAPTER IV. THE INCONVENIENCES OF FOLLOWING A PRETTY WOMAN THROUGH THE STREETS IN THE EVENING................................................................................43CHAPTER V. RESULT OF THE DANGERS.....................................................................................46CHAPTER VI. THE BROKEN JUG.....................................................................................................47 CHAPTER VII. A BRIDAL NIGHT.....................................................................................................59 BOOK THIRD.......................................................................................................................................67CHAPTER I. NOTRE−DAME..............................................................................................................67CHAPTER II. A BIRD'S−EYE VIEW OF PARIS...............................................................................71BOOK FOURTH...................................................................................................................................83CHAPTER I. GOOD SOULS................................................................................................................83CHAPTER II. CLAUDE FROLLO.......................................................................................................86CHAPTER III. ~IMMANIS PECORIS CUSTOS, IMMANIOR IPSE~..............................................88CHAPTER IV. THE DOG AND HIS MASTER..................................................................................92CHAPTER V. MORE ABOUT CLAUDE FROLLO...........................................................................93CHAPTER VI. UNPOPULARITY.......................................................................................................96BOOK FIFTH........................................................................................................................................96CHAPTER I. ~ABBAS BEATI MARTINI~........................................................................................96CHAPTER II. THIS WILL KILL THAT............................................................................................103BOOK SIXTH.....................................................................................................................................110CHAPTER I. AN IMPARTIAL GLANCE AT THE ANCIENT MAGISTRACY............................111CHAPTER II. THE RAT−HOLE........................................................................................................116CHAPTER III. HISTORY OF A LEAVENED CAKE OF MAIZE...................................................118CHAPTER IV. A TEAR FOR A DROP OF WATER........................................................................131CHAPTER V. END OF THE STORY OF THE CAKE.....................................................................137VOLUME II.........................................................................................................................................138BOOK SEVENTH...............................................................................................................................138CHAPTER I. THE DANGER OF CONFIDING ONE'S SECRET TO A GOAT..............................138CHAPTER II. A PRIEST AND A PHILOSOPHER ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS.................148CHAPTER III. THE BELLS...............................................................................................................153CHAPTER IV. ~ANArKH~................................................................................................................154CHAPTER V. THE TWO MEN CLOTHED IN BLACK..................................................................164CHAPTER VI. THE EFFECT WHICH SEVEN OATHS IN THE OPEN AIR CAN PRODUCE....167CHAPTER VII. THE MYSTERIOUS MONK...................................................................................171  Notre−Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)i  Table of Contents CHAPTER VIII. THE UTILITY OF WINDOWS WHICH OPEN ON THE RIVER.......................176BOOK EIGHTH..................................................................................................................................181CHAPTER I. THE CROWN CHANGED INTO A DRY LEAF........................................................181CHAPTER II. CONTINUATION OF THE CROWN WHICH WAS CHANGED INTO A DRY LEAF...................................................................................................................................................188CHAPTER III. END OF THE CROWN WHICH WAS TURNED INTO A DRY LEAF.................191CHAPTER IV. ~LASCIATE OGNI SPERANZA~−−LEAVE ALL HOPE BEHIND, YE WHO ENTER HERE.....................................................................................................................................193CHAPTER V. THE MOTHER............................................................................................................202CHAPTER VI. THREE HUMAN HEARTS DIFFERENTLY CONSTRUCTED.............................205 BOOK NINTH.....................................................................................................................................215CHAPTER I. DELIRIUM...................................................................................................................216CHAPTER II. HUNCHBACKED, ONE EYED, LAME....................................................................222CHAPTER III. DEAF..........................................................................................................................224CHAPTER IV. EARTHENWARE AND CRYSTAL.........................................................................226CHAPTER V. THE KEY TO THE RED DOOR................................................................................233CHAPTER VI. CONTINUATION OF THE KEY TO THE RED DOOR.........................................234BOOK TENTH....................................................................................................................................236CHAPTER I. GRINGOIRE HAS MANY GOOD IDEAS IN SUCCESSION.−−RUE DES BERNARDINS....................................................................................................................................236CHAPTER II. TURN VAGABOND...................................................................................................244CHAPTER III. LONG LIVE MIRTH.................................................................................................246CHAPTER IV. AN AWKWARD FRIEND........................................................................................251CHAPTER V. THE RETREAT IN WHICH MONSIEUR LOUIS OF FRANCE SAYS HIS PRAYERS...........................................................................................................................................263CHAPTER VI. LITTLE SWORD IN POCKET.................................................................................284CHAPTER VII. CHATEAUPERS TO THE RESCUE.......................................................................285BOOK ELEVENTH............................................................................................................................286CHAPTER I. THE LITTLE SHOE.....................................................................................................286CHAPTER II. THE BEAUTIFUL CREATURE CLAD IN WHITE. (Dante.).................................308CHAPTER III. THE MARRIAGE OF PHOEBUS.............................................................................313CHAPTER IV. THE MARRIAGE OF QUASIMODO......................................................................313  Notre−Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)ii  Notre−Dame de ParisAKA The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor Hugo Preface ã Volume I. ã BOOK FIRST. ã I. The Grand Hall ã II. Pierre Gringoire ã III. Monsieur the Cardinal ã IV. Master Jacques Coppenole ã V. Quasimodo ã VI. Esmeralda ã BOOK SECOND. ã I. From Charybdis to Scylla ã II. The Place de Grève ã III. Kisses for Blows ã IV. The Inconveniences of Following a Pretty Woman through the Streets in the Evening ã V. Result of the Dangers ã VI. The Broken Jug ã VII. A Bridal Night ã BOOK THIRD. ã I. Notre−Dame ã II. A Bird's−eye View of Paris ã BOOK FOURTH. ã I. Good Souls ã II. Claude Frollo ã III. Immanis Pecoris Custos, Immanior Ipse ã IV. The Dog and his Master ã V. More about Claude Frollo ã VI. Unpopularity ã BOOK FIFTH. ã I. Abbas Beati Martini ã II. This will Kill That ã BOOK SIXTH. ã I. An Impartial Glance at the Ancient Magistracy ã II. The Rat−hole ã III. History of a Leavened Cake of Maize ã IV. A Tear for a Drop of Water ã V. End of the Story of the Cake ã Volume I. ã BOOK SEVENTH. ã I. The Danger of  Confiding One's Secret to a Goat ã II. A Priest and a Philosopher are two Different Things ã III. The Bells ã IV. ~ANArKH~ ã V. The Two Men Clothed in Black  ã VI. The Effect which Seven Oaths in the Open Air can Produce ã Notre−Dame de Paris AKA The Hunchback of Notre Dame1
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