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Victor Hugo
   said   
"Laughter is the Sun That Drives the Winter from the Human Face"
French Poet / Dramatist and Novelist
Victor Hugo
   was born on   
February 26, 1802
French novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, statesman and human rights campaigner
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
Notre Dame De Paris
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
Les Miserables
Musée Victor Hugo
   is situated in   
Villequier, France
Dedicated to the life and work of Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo
   said   
"An Invasion of Armies May Be Resisted but Not an Idea Whose Time Has Come"
French dramatist, novelist & poet
Victor Hugo
   said   
"Music Expresses That Which Cannot Be Put Into Words and That Which Can Not Remain Silent"
French dramatist, novelist & poet
Victor Hugo
   said   
"People Do Not Lack Strength; They Lack Will"
French dramatist, novelist & poet
Victor Hugo
   owned a cat called   
Chanoine
Victor Hugo
   owned a cat called   
Mouche
Victor Hugo
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
Based on the 1888 book 'Notre-Dame de Paris'
Victor Hugo
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Les Miserables (1998)
Based on the book
Victor Hugo
   was born in   
Bensançon, France
1802-1885. Led the Romantic movement in French literature
Victor Hugo
   said   
"Life is the Flower for Which Love is the Honey"
French poet, dramatist and novelist
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
A Fight With a Cannon
1802-1885
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
Claude Gueux
1834
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Jean Valjean
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Javert
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Fantine
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Marius Pontmercy
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Cosette
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Quasimodo
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo
   created the character   
Esmeralda
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Court of Miracles
   was created by   
Victor Hugo
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame", English translation, 1833
Rue Plumet House
   was created by   
Victor Hugo
Jean Valjean and Cosette's nice rented home, from "Les Misérables", English translation, 1862
Gorbeau Hovel
   was created by   
Victor Hugo
One of the homes at which Jean Valjean and Cosette stay as they flee across Paris
Petit-Picpus Convent
   was created by   
Victor Hugo
From "Les Misérables"
Café Musain
   was created by   
Victor Hugo
Latin Quarter drinking establishment in "Les Misérables"
Victor Hugo
   is buried in   
The Pantheon, Paris, France
Author, 1802-1885
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
The Art of Being a Grandfather
Volume of poems celebrating the love and tenderness and discounted discipline toward his grandchildren near the end of his life; 1877
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
1831
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
Les Misérables
Widely considered on the the greatest novels of the 19th century
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
Boaz Asleep
"Boaz, overcome with weariness, by torchlight made his pallet on the threshing floor"
Victor Hugo
   wrote   
The Art of Being a Grandfather"
Long poem describing the feeling of a grandfather entrusted with the care of young children
Victor Hugo
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
Based on the 1888 book 'Notre-Dame de Paris'
Victor Hugo
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Les Miserables (1998)
Based on the book






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