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Thrilling moments and profound passages from Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo

Thrilling moments and profound passages from Victor Hugo

by Victor Hugo

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Published by Haldeman-Julius Co. in Girard, Kan .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementselected by Anson D. Eby.
SeriesLittle blue book ;, no. 1114
ContributionsEby, Anson D. b. 1867.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAC1 .L8 no. 1114
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. ;
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3385062M
LC Control Number2004564172

And every passing moment is renewed. – Ovid, Metamorphoses. Do you hear the people sing Lost in the valley of the night? It is the music of a people Who are climbing to the light. For the wretched of the Earth There is a flame that never dies. Even the darkest night will end And the sun will rise. – Victor Hugo. ― Victor Hugo, quote from The Hunchback of Notre-Dame “You would have imagined her at one moment a maniac, at another a queen.” As the world communicates more and more via texts, memes and sound bytes, short but profound quotes from books have become more relevant and important. For some of us a quote becomes a mantra, a goal or a.

The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some providential event, becomes, in a certain time, hatred of society, then hatred of the human race, and then hatred of creation, and reveals itself by a vague and incessant desire to injure some living being, it matters not who. Let's stop getting personal for a minute and get general—very, very general. For Victor Hugo, poverty is an abyss that sucks you down into it. Okay, sure, it's remotely possible for someone to use innovation and hard work to get out of this abyss. Jean Valjean, after all, makes himself a very rich man.

By Victor Hugo. It’s almost obligatory to begin any comment on Victor Hugo with Andre Gide’s famous answer when asked to name France’s greatest poet: “Victor Hugo, alas.” I think I understand what Gide meant. Hugo’s prose masterwork, Les Miserables, stretches over almost pages. That huge bulk accommodates not only one of the. Victor Marie Hugo (–85) was a French poet, playwright, literary critic, and writer of religious and political essays. As the undisputed leader of French romanticism (Romantisme,) Hugo wrote such celebrated novels as Notre-Dame de Paris and Les ’s father was one of Napoleon’s generals, and his mother was a traditional royalist.


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quotes from Victor Hugo: 'The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but he who causes the darkness.', 'France is great because she is France.', and 'He was out there alone with himself, composed, tranquil, adoring, comparing the serenity of his heart to the serenity of the skies, moved in the darkness by the visible splendors of the constellations and the invisible splendor of God.

― Victor Hugo, Les Misérables. tags: education, morality, poverty -alleviation. 17 likes. Like In such moments, offering up his heart at the hour when the flowers of night emit their perfume, lit like a lamp in the center of the starry night, expanding his soul in ecstasy in the midst of creation’s universal radiance, perhaps he could.

Victor Hugo was born in Besançon, France on Febru Although he originally studied law, Hugo dreamed of writing. Inhe founded the journal Conservateur Litteraire as an outlet for his dream and soon produced volumes of poetry, plays, and novels.

His novels included The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserables. - Victor Hugo, Les Miserables Quotes “ Nobody knows like a woman how to say things that are both sweet and profound.

Sweetness and depth, this is all of woman; this is Heaven.” - Victor Hugo, Les Miserables Quotes “I have been loving you a little more every minute since this morning.” - Victor Hugo, Les Miserables Quotes with Page Numberr.

Love is a burning forgetfulness of everything else.” – Victor Hugo, book. “If no one loved, the sun would go out.” – Victor Hugo, book. Suffering. “There is a point at which the unfortunate and the infamous are associated and confounded in a single word, a fatal word, Les Misérables.” – Victor Hugo, book.

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It has been years since Victor Hugo's novel Les Miserables was first published. However, for the last 25 or so, the poignant saga of Jean Valjean, a villain to some but a savior to others, set in France during the early years of the 19th century, has become one of the world's most popular.

Victor-Marie Hugo was born in at Besanon, where his father, an officer under Napoleon, was stationed. In his first decade the family moved from post to post: Corsica, Naples, Madrid.

After his parents separated inHugo lived in Paris with his mother and brothers. At twenty he married Adele Foucher and published his first poetry. He waited a moment; then gave the door a second and a bolder push. It continued to yield in silence. The opening was now large enough to allow him to pass.

But near the door there stood a little table, which formed an embarrassing angle with it, and barred. The events of which we have just beheld the reverse side, so to speak, had come about in the simplest possible manner.

When Jean Valjean, on the evening of the very day when Javert had arrested him beside Fantine's death-bed, had escaped from the town jail of M. sur M., the police had supposed that he had betaken himself to Paris. About Victor Hugo.

Victor Hugo (–), novelist, poet, playwright, and French national icon, is best known for two of today’s most popular world classics: Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, as well as other works, including The Toilers of the Sea and The Man Who Laughs.

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—Victor Hugo, "Les Misérables" It is a false and dangerous situation which bases public power on private want, and roots the grandeur of the State in the suffering of the individual.

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He was born on 26 FebruaryBesançon, Marie Hugo was a French poet. A thrilling tale of narrow escapes, romance in the midst of a revolution, and battlefield heroism, Victor Hugo's sprawling novel focuses on the Parisian underworld.

Ex-convict Jean Valjean, who served 19 years in prison for ste. One of the greatest epic novels in history, Les Misérables is the moving story of Jean Valjean’s struggle for redemption and his lifelong pursuit by Javert, a police detective determined to return Valjean to chains.

Always one step ahead of Javert, Valjean encounters the tragic Fantine, and ultimately rescues Fantine’s daughter, Cosette, from her wretched life with the Thénadiers Reviews: —Victor Hugo, "Les Misérables" His universal compassion was due less to natural instinct, than to a profound conviction, a sum of thoughts that in the course of living had filtered through to his heart: for in the nature of man, as in rock, there may be channels hollowed by the dropping of water, and these can never be destroyed.Unlock This Study Guide Now.

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