Victor Hugo All Time Greatest Works: 3 Dramas + 7 Full Length Novels + Poems (100+) Incl. Les Miserables, Notre-Dame De Paris, Napoleon the Little, Toilers of the Sea, The History of a Crime, The Man Who Laughs and More! (With Active Table of Contents) [NOOK Book]

Victor Hugo All Time Greatest Works: 3 Dramas + 7 Full Length Novels + Poems (100+) Incl. Les Miserables, Notre-Dame De Paris, Napoleon the Little, Toilers of the Sea, The History of a Crime, The Man Who Laughs and More! (With Active Table of Contents)

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Overview

Victor Hugo All Time Greatest Works! Fully Interactive Table of Contents to Facilitate Easy Navigation!

Works Included:

Les Miserables

The Memoirs of Victor Hugo

Napoleon the Little

Notre-Dame De Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

The Dramas of Victor Hugo:
Mary Tudor
Marion de Lorme
Esmeralda

The Man Who Laughs: A Romance of English History

The History of a Crime: The Testimony of an Eye-Witness

Toilers of the Sea

Poems:
EARLY POEMS.
Moses on the Nile--Dublin University Magazine
Envy and Avarice--American Keepsake
ODES.--1818-28.
King Louis XVII--Dublin University Magazine
The Feast of Freedom--_"Father Prout" (F.S. Mahony)_
Genius--Mrs. Torre Hulme
The Girl of Otaheite--Clement Scott
Nero's Incendiary Song--H.J. Williams
Regret--Fraser's Magazine
The Morning of Life
Beloved Name--_Caroline Bowles (Mrs. Southey)_
The Portrait of a Child--Dublin University Magazine
BALLADES.--1823-28.
The Grandmother--_"Father Prout" (F.S. Mahony)_
The Giant in Glee--_Foreign Quart. Rev. (adapted)_
The Cymbaleer's Bride--_"Father Prout" (F.S. Mahony)_
Battle of the Norsemen and the Gaels
Madelaine
The Fay and the Peri--Asiatic Journal
LES ORIENTALES.--1829
The Scourge of Heaven--I.N. Fazakerley
Pirates' Song
The Turkish Captive--W.D., Tait's Edisiburgh Mag.
Moonlight on the Bosphorus--John L. O'Sullivan
The Veil--_"Father Prout" (F.S. Mahony)_
The Favorite Sultana
The Pasha and the Dervish
The Lost Battle--W.D., Bentley's Miscel., 1839
The Greek Boy
Zara, the Bather--John L. O'Sullivan
Expectation--John L. O'Sullivan
The Lover's Wish--V., Eton Observer
The Sacking of the City--John L. O'Sullivan
Noormahal the Fair
The Djinns--John L. O'Sullivan
The Obdurate Beauty--John L. O'Sullivan
Don Rodrigo
Cornflowers--H.L. Williams
Mazeppa--H.L. Williams
The Danube in Wrath--Fraser's Magazine
Old Ocean--R.C. Ellwood
My Napoleon--H.L. Williams
LES FEUILLES D'AUTOMNE.--1831.
The Patience of the People--G.W.M. Reynolds
Dictated before the Rhone Glacier--Author of "Critical Essays" The Poet's Love for Liveliness--Fraser's Magazine
Infantile Influence--Henry Highton, M.A.
The Watching Angel--Foreign Quarterly Review
Sunset--Toru Dutt
The Universal Prayer--Henry Highton, M.A.
The Universal Prayer--C., Tait's Magazine
LES CHANTS DU CRÉPUSCULE.--1849.
Prelude to "The Songs of Twilight"--G.W.M. Reynolds
The Land of Fable--G.W.M. Rrynolds
The Three Glorious Days--Elizabeth Collins
Tribute to the Vanquished--Fraser's Magazine
Angel or Demon--Fraser's Magazine
The Eruption of Vesuvius--Fraser's Magazine
Marriage and Feasts--G.W.M. Reynolds
The Morrow of Grandeur--Fraser's Magazine
The Eaglet Mourned--Fraser's Magazine
Invocation--G.W.M. Reynolds
Outside the Ball-room--G.W.M. Reynolds
Prayer for France--J.S. Macrae
To Canaris, the Greek Patriot--G.W.M. Reynolds
Poland--G.W.M. Reynolds
Insult not the Fallen--W.C.K. Wilde
Morning--W.M. Hardinge
Song of Love--Toru Dutt
Sweet Charmer--H.B. Farnie
More Strong than Time--A. Lang
Roses and Butterflies--W.C. Westbrook
A Simile--Fanny Kemble-Butler
The Poet to his Wife
LES VOIX INTÉRIEURES.--1840.
The Blinded Bourbons--Fraser's Magazine
To Albert Dürer--Mrs. Newton Crosland
To his Muse--Fraser's Magazine
The Cow--Toru Dutt
Mothers--Dublin University Magazine
To some Birds Flown away--Mrs. Newton Crosland
My Thoughts of Ye--Dublin University Magazine
The Beacon in the Storm
Love's Treacherous Pool
The Rose and the Grave--A. Lang
LES RAYONS ET LES OMBRES.--1840.
Holyrood Palace--Fraser's Magazine
The Humble Home--Author of "Critical Essays"
The Eighteenth Century--Author of "Critical Essays"
Still be a Child--Dublin University Magazine
The Pool and the Soul--R.F. Hodgson
Ye Mariners who Spread your Sails--Author of "Critical Essays" On a Flemish Window-Pane--Fraser's Magazine
The Preceptor--E.E. Frewer
Gastibelza--H.L. Williams
Guitar Song--Evelyn Jerrold
Come when I Sleep--Wm. W. Tomlinson
Early Love Revisited--Author of "Critical Essays"
Sweet Memory of Love--Author of "Critical Essays"
The Marble Faun--William Young
A Love for Winged Things
Baby's Seaside Grave
LES CHÂTIMENTS.--1853.
Indignation!
Imperial Revels--H.L.W.
Poor Little Children
Apostrophe to Nature
Napoleon "The Little"
Fact or Fable--H.L.W.
A Lament--Edwin Arnold, C.S.I.
No Assassination
The Despatch of the Doom
The Seaman's Song
The Retreat from Moscow--Toru Dutt
The Ocean's Song--Toru Dutt
The Trumpets of the Mind--Toru Dutt

And Many Many More!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015751109
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 12/13/2012
  • Series: The Greatest Works Collection , #23
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 834,956
  • File size: 13 MB
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Meet the Author

Victor Hugo, in full Victor Marie Hugo (26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885) was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist. He is considered the most well-known French Romantic writer. In France, Hugo's literary fame comes first from his poetry but also rests upon his novels and his dramatic achievements. Among many volumes of poetry, Les Contemplations and La Légende des siècles stand particularly high in critical esteem. Outside France, his best-known works are the novels Les Misérables, 1862, and Notre-Dame de Paris, 1831 (known in English as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame).
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