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Victor Hugo: The Complete Novels
     

Victor Hugo: The Complete Novels

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- Bug-Jargal
- Hans of Iceland
- The Last Day of a Condemned Man
- The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
- Claude Gueux
- Les Misérables
- The Man Who Laughs
- Toilers of the Sea
- Ninety-Three

Overview

- Bug-Jargal
- Hans of Iceland
- The Last Day of a Condemned Man
- The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
- Claude Gueux
- Les Misérables
- The Man Who Laughs
- Toilers of the Sea
- Ninety-Three

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9788822884916
Publisher:
Victor Hugo
Publication date:
01/05/2017
Sold by:
StreetLib SRL
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
73,281
File size:
6 MB

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Meet the Author

"If a writer wrote merely for his time, I would have to break my pen and throw it away," the larger-than-life Victor Hugo once confessed. Indeed, this 19th-century French author's books — from the epic drama Les Misérables to the classic unrequited love story The Hunchback of Notre Dame — have spanned the ages, their themes of morality and redemption as applicable to our times as to his.

Brief Biography

Date of Birth:
February 26, 1802
Date of Death:
May 22, 1885
Place of Birth:
Besançon, France
Place of Death:
Paris, France
Education:
Pension Cordier, Paris, 1815-18

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Victor Hugo: The Complete Novels [Les Misérables . Toilers of the Sea . The Hunchback of Notre-Dame . The Man Who Laughs . etc] (Centaur Classics) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 14 days ago
This is almost too good to be true! The table of contents is easy to use, though there are some scrolling you need to do constantly to jump to chapters and sections. Nine novels are included here but each one is collapsible in the table of contents. Without this feature getting around would be a nightmare. I jumped to a few paragraphs in Les Miserables for comparison, while it is not the translation I have read and enjoyed (Fahnestock & MacAfee), it reads just fine. Same goes for the Toilers of the Sea. Haven't checked the others yet. The best part is that Hugo's Ninety-Three is included in here. I found Ninety-Three to be Hugo's best work, but for some reason it is hard to find in print in English. I bought a hard-copy on Amazon and was VERY VERY disappointed with it, there being missing chapters and incorrect ordering of content. In the end I had to read the one on wikisource. But sitting in front of the computer is just not comfortable reading.