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Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Collins Clear-Type Press


Title: The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Author: Victor Hugo
Publisher: Collins
Publication Date: Undated
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age. The boards have some markings. Yellowing pages.

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Reader's note

“Hé! I recognize him,” exclaimed Jehan, who had, at last, descended from his capital, in order to see Quasimodo at closer quarters, “he’s the bellringer of my brother, the archdeacon. Good-day, Quasimodo!”...“What a devil of a man!” said Robin Poussepain still all bruised with his fall. “He shows himself; he’s a hunchback. He walks; he’s bandy-legged. He looks at you; he’s one-eyed. You speak to him; he’s deaf. And what does this Polyphemus do with his tongue?”...“He speaks when he chooses,” said the old woman; “he became deaf through ringing the bells. He is not dumb.”...reread this classic book from Victor Hugo. This charming Collins pocket edition can take pride of place in any library!