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The deformed that could also love. Víctor Hugo is one of the biggest names within the French literature. He crammed an epoch where, next to this writers' incredible collection that France produced during the 19th century, his is the most out-standing and he is one of the biggest writers of all times. He was equally a revolutionary. He is considered as the father of the romanticism and author of a series of novels that next to brilliant creations of unforgettable characters, he protests against social injustices. In this novel, the hunchback Quasimodo falls in love with a beautiful gypsy and finishes sacrificing himself for her, struggling against nobles and ecclesiastics, who are as ambitious as unscrupulous. There is as well a vibrant description of the life of Paris during the medieval, all around the cathedral that dominates the story.
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