Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris Sullo sfondo di una Parigi medievale sinistra e tumultuante la cattedrale di Notre Dame il vero palcoscenico di tutta la storia la bella zingara Esmeralda contesa tra il deforme campanaro Quasimodo

  • Title: Notre-Dame de Paris
  • Author: Victor Hugo Gabriella Leto Victor Brombert
  • ISBN: 9788804477860
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sullo sfondo di una Parigi medievale, sinistra e tumultuante la cattedrale di Notre Dame il vero palcoscenico di tutta la storia la bella zingara Esmeralda contesa tra il deforme campanaro Quasimodo, il malvagio arcidiacono Frollo, anima nera del romanzo, il poeta pazzo Gringoire e il nobile capitano Phoebus Protagonista aggiunto la folla, per la prima volta al ceSullo sfondo di una Parigi medievale, sinistra e tumultuante la cattedrale di Notre Dame il vero palcoscenico di tutta la storia la bella zingara Esmeralda contesa tra il deforme campanaro Quasimodo, il malvagio arcidiacono Frollo, anima nera del romanzo, il poeta pazzo Gringoire e il nobile capitano Phoebus Protagonista aggiunto la folla, per la prima volta al centro di un libro che mette in scena i sentimenti pi contrastati ed estremi in cui si intrecciano dramma ed epopea e in cui si confrontano il male e il bene, il bello e l orrido e i dolorosi interrogativi dell autore, i suoi turbamenti profondi.

    Notre Dame de Paris Notre Dame de Paris n t r d m, n o t r d e m, n o t r d m French n t dam d pa i meaning Our Lady of Paris , referred to simply as Notre Dame, is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the le de la Cit in the th arrondissement of Paris. Notre Dame de Paris History, Style, Facts Britannica Notre Dame de Paris, cathedral church in Paris The most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages, it is distinguished for its size, antiquity, and architectural interest A fire in destroyed most of the cathedral s roof and the entire th century spire. Home page Notre Dame de Paris Supporting Notre Dame in its operation If you want to help Notre Dame de Paris in its operation that will be difficult in the coming months, if you want to support the employees of the Cathedral, and thus contribute to the maintenance of the spiritual life of the Cathedral, you can Notre Dame de Namur University Enter to Learn Leave to The Financial Aid Office at Notre Dame de Namur University offers a complete array of financial and support services which are designed to help you with the education related expenses involved in obtaining your educational goal. nd University of Notre Dame The University of Notre Dame is a private research university inspired by its Catholic character to be a powerful force for good in the world. Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris tripadvisor Oct , Message from TripAdvisor Due to the tragic fire that has destroyed portions of the Notre Dame Cathedral, it will be closed to tourists and worshippers until further notice Tours listed on this page may go past, but do not enter, Notre Dame Cathedral. Reims Cathedral Construction of Reims Cathedral began in the th century and concluded in the th century It was built to replace an earlier church, destroyed by fire in , in the tradition of Notre Dame de Paris and Chartres Cathedral Reims Cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Reims. Notre Dame de Paris fire On April , just before CEST, a structure fire broke out beneath the roof of Notre Dame de Paris cathedral in Paris By the time it was extinguished, the building s spire and most of its roof had been destroyed and its upper walls severely damaged extensive damage to the interior was prevented by its stone vaulted ceiling, which largely contained the burning roof as it collapsed. Notre Dame de la Garde Notre Dame de la Garde literally Our Lady of the Guard is a Catholic basilica in Marseille, France, and the city s best known symbol The site of a popular Assumption Day pilgrimage, it The Hunchback of Notre Dame The novel s original French title, Notre Dame de Paris, indicates that the cathedral itself is the most significant aspect of the novel, both the main setting and the focus of the story s themes The building had fallen into disrepair at the time of writing, which was something Hugo felt strongly about.

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    1. Victor Hugo Gabriella Leto Victor Brombert

      Victor Hugo, in full Victor Marie Hugo b February 26, 1802, Besan on, France d May 22, 1885, Paris, France , 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 Dame de Paris 1831 and Les Mis rables 1862.


    1. I recently read Victor Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris for the first time, and was delighted and moved by the experience. Although it lacks the depth and humanity of Les Miserables, it possesses a grandeur of architectonic structure and an Olympian compassion all its own. Best of all, it gives us one of literature's most loving and detailed depictions of a city, rivaled only by Joyce's Dublin in Ulysses.It is a shame that this book is so seldom referred to in English by its given name, for it is abou [...]

    2. I have officially been wooed by nineteenth century French literature. First Dumas and now this. I just finished reading Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, and it was fantastic. The characters, the themes, the literary structures… Ahhh… *swoons*Before I proclaim my love affair with Victor Hugo, I have to mention some negatives. First off: very, very difficult book to get into. I struggled through at least the first hundred pages, and I’m not that hard to please. Secondly, up until [...]

    3. Okay, I'm glad I read this book, if only to find out just how badly Disney ruined the story for the sake of their embarassing excuse for a film. (the horrendous straight-to-video sequel, which I fortunately only saw previews for, will not be spoken of at all.) Victor Hugo has a gift for the most ungodly depressing stories, but he writes very well when he's not rambling pointlessly to stretch out his page count. But I can't bring myself to give this four stars, and for one simple reason: with the [...]

    4. وكأن هذه الأنشودة الخالدة يتردد صداها في كل روايات هوجوأنشودة المظلومين والثائرين في كل مكانyoutube/watch?v=gpDbv‏"إن هذا الألم لا يهرم أبدا"‏--------------واحد من المساكينالبؤساءالتعساءوالمحرومينوالمنعزلين عن العالمواحد اسمه كوازيمودوكل ذنبه في الحياة أنه قبيحقبيح وفقير وبائسوله قلب [...]

    5. Δεν χρειάζεται να πω πολλά γιατί η ιστορία είναι γνωστή. Θα πω μόνο ότι σε καμία περίπτωση δεν το περίμενα ΤΟΣΟ ΩΡΑΙΟ. Τόσο έντονο. Με μια του φράση ο Victor Hugo δημιουργούσε εκατοντάδες συναισθήματα. Ο Κουασιμόδο προσηλωμένος και φυλακισμένος στον ναό Notre-Dame και εγώ προσηλωμένο [...]

    6. ببساطة إحنا كبشر بنحتاج نمتلك الشفقه تجاه الغير الشفقه اللى ترضى غرورنا البشرى وترجع لنا جزء من انسانيتنا المفقودةوبراعة المبدع انه يكون من عالم مختلف وثقافة مختلفةوزمن مغاير لزمنك ويقدر يأثر عليك بالقدر الكافى.فيكتور هوجو مش محتاج ان حد يمدح فيه فهو من القامات الثابته فى [...]

    7. ok i'll be honest. i hated the first 150 pages and had i not been reading it for book club i would have abandoned it. about 300 pages in i started to think it was okay. around 400 i really liked it. at page 450 i couldn't put it down. i stayed up till 2am last night finishing it. so is it worth the painful first half to get to the second half? now that i've done it i would say so. victor hugo could have used a good editor. pages and pages of diatribes and descriptions that made me feel like pull [...]

    8. 922. Notre-Dame de Paris = The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Victor Hugoگوژپشت نوتردام - ویکتور هوگو (جاودان خرد) ادبیات فرانسه؛ انتشاراتیها: توسن، سعیدی، عین اللهی، آرمان، بشارت، نهال نویدان، ارغوان، سمور، حقوقی و جاودان خرد منتشر شده‌است؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: یکی از روزهای سال 1972 میلادیعنوان: گوژپشت نوتردام [...]

    9. Buddy Read at: Emma's Tea Party Oh my God! My brain is exhausted. I used too many neurons for this. I want to take a nap. I really wanted to love the book. In my defense I did like Frollo’s character. He has a very interesting and intense problem to read going on in his head. Sadly everyone else did not set up a thing on me. Alongside those endless descriptions, I found this story way too long and tedious. The writing is excellent, the passion behind it really inspiring but I’m just not inte [...]

    10. عندما تنهي هذه الرواية تأكد ان شعورك لن يكون جميلا, تأكد انك ستشعر بكل حزن الدنيا في قلبك.قطعة فنية من فيكتور هوجو, رواية لا تقل روعة وجمالا عن البؤساء.من البداية الى المنتصف لم اشعر بالمتعة في الاحداث ولكن تغير كل شيء بعد ذلك.يروي لنا الكاتب قصة انسان ولد وفيه كل شيء قبيح في هذ [...]

    11. أن تعيش داخل جسد مشوه أفضل ألف مرة من حياتك داخل نفس مشوهة و كأنك جثة تمشى بين الناس01أفضل وسيلة لتهدئة الجموع هي أن تؤكد لهم أن التمثيل سيبدأ في الحال02وباء إرهاب المشنقة،أخطر الأوبئة لأنه لا يأتي من الله بل من الإنسان03وعلى الرغم من هذه البشاعة الصارخة، والدمامة المنقطعة الن [...]

    12. Victor Hugo’s first real novel, written under duress from his publisher!! Nevertheless, he manages to render a dark environment joyous, almost funny at times. For me, the protagonist is not Quasimodo but Esmeralda. It’s her inner and outer struggles we have access to the most. As usual, Victor Hugo portrayed them realistically, neither all good nor all bad, thus humane and credible. Even Gringoire and Claude are portrayed that way, as human beings subjected to primal instincts and humane spi [...]

    13. اتعرض عليه النص دا معد كمسرحية ودي كانت اول مرة اقراه بصراحه ولاني موش قريت الرواية نفسها كنص ادبي فكل اللي اقدر اقوله او جايه اقوله هنا اني حبيت ازميرالدا اوي :) و شفتها ايقونه للحريه و القوة على أي حال

    14. أو تدرين يا فتاة ما الشقاء ؟!! أن تكون إنساناً ولا إنسان، رجلا و لكنك مكفوف عن مصائر الرجال، أن تحب ولا تنال، لدرجة أن تخسر دينك في سبيل لذة الوصال، فلا تلقى بعد خسرانه منها إلا الصدود و النكال، أن تجد من حولك مجرد أكلون للحوم البشر ، أن تُنفي من قلوب البشر لذنب لا يد لك فيه كمية [...]

    15. گوژپشت نتردام (به فرانسوی: Notre-Dame de Paris)‏ رمانی است به قلم ویکتور ماری هوگو، نویسنده فرانسوی که در ۱۸۳۱ انتشار یافت.هوگو در مقدمه کتاب مینویسد: ((چند سال پیش نویسنده این کتاب به هنگام تماشا یابهتر بگوییم ضمن کاوش در کلیسای نتردام در یکی از زوایای تاریک برجهای آن کلمه ANATKH را که دس [...]

    16. I want to state clearly that the book is not bad. I gave it two stars, and by that I mean it is OK! First of all, there are some really gorgeous lines. Secondly, Hugo has the ability to put you in the middle of an event; you are right there and it is whirling around you. Thirdly, he has a talent for weaving non-fictional facts into a fictional story. Sometimes the writing feels wordy. Other times, Hugo expresses himself superbly, beautifully, elegantly.The fictional elements are what give me the [...]

    17. "Nôtre-Dame de Paris" este un roman estetic care are să fie înțeles numai de către spiritele clasice. în el este descris cu minuțiozitate Parisul secolului al XV-lea, din timpul domniei lui Ludovic al XI-lea. 100 de pagini sunt strict dedicate arhitecturii clasice, iar autorul vede în Renaștere un fel de decădere a artei. El compară Parisul cu "o uriașă tablă de șah făcută din piatră". De asemenea, titlul romanului nu este "Cocoșatul de la Nôtre-Dame" (deși e drept că Quasi [...]

    18. I`ve watched the Disney movie, seen the musical in the Moscow Kremlin and finally read the novel. To say that I'm delighted is to say nothing! I fell in love with the book and I don't know what to start with.First one hundred pages seemed a little bit dull, although, I really enjoyed the detailed description of Paris. I felt like I was a bird flying above the roofs of magnificent buildings of Paris. No need to say I'm in love with this city. 5 days in 2012 were enough to capture my heart. And ab [...]

    19. This is definitely my favourite classic, I loved the dark atmosphere of the book, and the setting being Notre-Dame, which is one of my favourite places in Paris. It's not entirely dark and horrible, there are times when it can be humorous, but it's brutal in terms of showing what obsession can become when it's misunderstood as love and the true form of love shown by other characters. When starting this book, it was really difficult to get into which is why I had to force myself to keep reading u [...]

    20. Petica, iako mi je lik Esmeralde bio toliko iritantan da sam ja htela da se obesim. Ipak, veličanstveno delo, zaista.

    21. Disney lied to us.…Let me specify.You probably guessed that Victor Hugo’s novel does not have dancing gargoyles or Wizard of Oz references, but it goes much deeper than that. In fact, we can trace its primary misdirection back to whoever first decided on the English translation of the title of the book: The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. This implies that the main character of the story is Quasimodo, the misformed outcast with a heart of gold who longs to spend oooone daaay ooouuut theeeeere. Howe [...]

    22. No voy a negar que hay partes de insufribles (y laaaaaargas) descripciones de cosas que no tenían que ver con la historia y que me han puesto un poco de los nervios. Pero en fin Victor Hugo, lo has vuelto a hacer. Me han vuelto a atrapar tus personajes miserables y la forma que tienes que entrelazar sus desgracias y decir cada cosa en momento preciso para crear un conjunto tres veces más trágico. Maldito seas. Hashtag DRAMA.

    23. What happened to the beginning of this unabridged story!? For 300 pages, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame was scribed like a meandering storyline over a checkerboard, each square representing a chapter of the book. The few squares scribed directly by the line told fleeting, but essential parts of the story (about Quasimodo, Esmeralda, and Frollo). The more numerous squares adjacent to the scribed storyline told even less essential bits of the story. And, the majority of squares, several dozen chapter [...]

    24. I don’t know about you, but I think about obsessional crimes and stalking as modern phenomena, exacerbated by life in huge cities. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame demonstrates that there is truly nothing new under the sun. Victor Hugo wrote this tale of obsession in the 1800s. The gypsy girl, La Esmeralda, has the misfortune of attracting the obsessional gaze of two men, the archdeacon Claude Frollo and his protégé, the deformed bell-ringer of the cathedral, Quasimodo. She, in her turn, is fixat [...]

    25. ",Η παναγία των Πρισιωv" ειναι ένα βιβλίο που με συγκίνησε,αν και απουσίαζε από αυτό ο ανθρωπισμός και το βάθος που ο Ούγκο προσέδωσε στους "Άθλιους".Παρ'όλα.αυτα και αυτό,όπως και "οι Άθλιο",ειναι ένα βιβλίο-αριστούργημα.Ειναι άρτιο από κάθε άποψη:πλοκή,χαρακτήρες,διάλογος,πε [...]

    26. When approaching and reading this fascinating narrative, the reader is well advised to try and forget the silly Walt Disney film based on the story. This work is far more finely wrought, more complex and subtle, more emotionally wrenching and profound than that ridiculous movie suggests. As with Les Miserables, attempts to dramatize such a long and multi-plotted work inevitably fall short and are best forgotten when one turns to the books themselves.Many historical personages are mentioned in th [...]

    27. من الروايات التي سأشتاق لها بعد أن أنهيتها -رغم الكثير من المبالغات وعدم الاقناع المعتاد في الروايات الكلاسيكية- أربعمائة صفحة غنية بالأحداث والدلالات من وكر اللصوص إلى جمهور المسرحية إلى الأم الثكلى إلى استغلال الدين لأهداف شخصية إلى الخمسة شخصيات الذين تتناولت الرواية خ [...]

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