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Read online Notre-Dame de Paris (édition française ).pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Notre-Dame de Paris (édition française ) Au centre du roman de Hugo sont trois personnages extraordinaires pris dans une toile d obsession fatale Le bossu Quasimodo grotesque sonneur de Notre Dame doit la vie l archidiacre aust re Claude Frollo qui son tour est li par une passion sans espoir pour la danseuse gitane Esmeralda Elle de son c t est ensorcel par un officier la t te vide beau mais par un acte irr fl chi de bont gagne d vouement d sint ress de Quasimodo Derri re les figures centrales se d place un concours de personnages pittoresques y compris la p gre de mendiants et de petits criminels dont les voies de fait sur la cath drale est l un des coups de pied arr t s les plus spectaculaires de literature romantique nouvelle traduction d Alban Kraisheimer propose une nouvelle approche de cette uvre monumentale par auteurs romantiques les plus c l bres de France by Victor Hugo, Gabrielle Chamarat

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Notre-Dame de Paris (édition française )
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Category:Classics, Fiction, Historical fiction, France
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