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read & download ð eBook or Kindle ePUB á Victor Hugo L'indiue uatre vingt treize est l'épopée de la Révolution française racontée à travers trois personnages symboliues un vieil aristocrate le maruis de Lantenac son neveu Gauvain un noble rattaché aux humbles et un homme du peuple Cimourdain père adoptif de Gauvain C'est donc les liens familiaux ui unissent.

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review Quatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB µ ❰Reading❯ ➷ Quatrevingt-Treize Author Victor Hugo – Connecfloor.co.uk Comme son titre l'indiue uatre vingt treize est l'épopée de la Révolution française racontée à travers trois personnages symboliues un vieil aristocrate le maruis de Lantenac son n Reading Quatrevingt Treize Author Victor Hugo Connecfloor.co.uk Comme son titre l'indiue uatre vingt treize est l'épopée de la Révolution française racontée à travers trois personnages symboliues un vieil aristocrate le maruis de Lantenac son neveu Gauvain u Comme son titre.

review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Victor Hugo in full Victor Marie Hugo poet playwrighter novelist dramatist essayist visual artist statesman human rights campaigner and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Romantic movement in France who was the most important of the French Romantic writers Though regarded in France as one of that country’s greatest poets he is better known abroad for such novels as Notre Dam.

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Quatrevingt TreizeSes personnages avant de les voir plonger dans la tourmente des événements et lutter les uns contre les autres Soit par convictions de rang et de classe soit par raison soit encore pour un idéal Dans l'effervescence des actes sanguinaires seul le peuple consciemment ou inconsciemment semble s'imposer en héro.

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  • Debbie Zapata

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeThe French Revolution was not simply capturing the Bastille and living happily ever after As with all revolutions there were unexpected results One of these became known as the Reign Of Terror lasting from September 1793 to July 1794 Victor Hugo deals with this painful topic in his final novel 'Ninety ThreeI'm so close to speechless I can only say that every single person on the planet should read this book now


  • Luís

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeHere is my favourite Hugo novel He was the one who made the best impression on me despite the very stiff competition from Les MisérablesI am aware of the singularity of my preference and I would like to try to make it clear to youIt all comes down to my perception of Hugo For me he is the masterful man of French letters In my opinion he was able to write better than anyone else from a perspective that was both elevated and full of tremendous and touching understanding This particularity stems from the genius the miraculous I don't think we can explain it He was able to have a naturally great mind just as others have great size great fortune etc that's allThis greatness manifests itself most perfectly in his poems but I feel it even in his pamphlets works whose


  • Monsieurouxx

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeAn incredibly realistic Painting of the French RevolutionSome might say it's not realistic it's pure fantasy it's much too lyric an passionate and much too orientated in favor of the revolutionnaries indeed it's only a novel BUT it's realistic because it shows every aspects of this revolution and that's precisely because it's lyric that you can understand it A revolution cannot be described by facts but by presenting the storm the hates the men in one word by showing that amazing race between opponents between men from the old world the nobles and men from the new world revolutionaries intellectuals and armymen this race where you'll lose your head at any mistake because you don't have the


  • Laura

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeFree download available at Project GutenbergTranslator Aline DelanoRelease Date July 6 2015 EBook #49372Language EnglishProduced by Laura NR and Marc D'Hooghe at Images generously madeavailable by the Hathi Trust and by Gallica Bibliothèue nationale de France for the illustrationsThis book has several translations but we found only this one made by Aline Delano to be closer to the original French text She also translated from the Russian the following books The Blind Musician by Vladimir Korolenko; The Kingdom of God is Within You What is Art by Leo TolstoyThe original file was provided by Hathi Trust Digital LibraryCritical Note by Robert L Stevenson from The Works of Victor Hugo Vol VII Jefferson Press 190 In Notre Dame Les Miserables The Toilers of the Sea and The Man Who Laughs one after another there has been some departure from the traditional canons of romance; but taking each separately one would have feared to make too much of these departures or


  • Elizabeth (Alaska)

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeThis completes for me the trio of novels that tell of the conflict between the Royalist resistance in Brittany and the Republican Revolutionaries after the beheading of Louis XVI I think I serendipitously read them in the right order which happens to be in publication order The Chouans by Balzac La Vendee by Trollope and this by Hugo They each have a somewhat different perspectiveThe middle part of this was a


  • Patrick Peterson

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeDec 2017 Fascinating bookThis is my first book by Hugo and I can easily see why he is renowned for his powerful and beautiful writing The descriptions of the characters in the book are so poignant The images of the settings are haunting The drama is unforgettableOne will never use the term loose cannon again loosely after reading the chapter describing what that really meant to the sailors on a fighting shipThis book was read superbly by Lisa VanDamme for a new project she has just started at had taught and read this book many times to her students over the years then decided to open it up to adults on Facebook and the general web She is a marvelous narrator and discussion leader for key points in and about the bookHat tip Brian Surkan thank you for cluing me in to this wonderful audio


  • Wayne Barrett

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeI have read that the English translation is not nearly as good as the original French but the only French I know is 'French fry' so I had to settle Not that that is a bad thing because in my opinion this was still a great classic from Hugo This was the final work of the author of such masterpieces as Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre


  • Bettie

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  • Sebastien

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeWhat an amazing novel Beautifully crafted I love the narrative with the characters standing in as avatars for ideas and interplay with symmetry and contrasts between the various characters and ideas Easy to mess up such a dynamic by rendering it too simplistically but I think Hugo infuses a great level of nuance and subtlety to the enterprise helping ensure his novel doesn’t turn into a 1 dimensional parody Personally I love the stylization of the


  • Rachel Murphy

    review uatrevingt-Treize Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Quatrevingt, TreizeI cannot believe I originally gave this book three out of five stars What a humbug I have just listened to the audiobook again and now starting it all over againand I'm totally enthralled by it I think I had expected something different from the outset As rambling