Notre-Dame De Paris

Notre-Dame De Paris

By Victor Hugo
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Table of Contents
  • 1. Preface.
  • 2. Book First.
    • Chapter I. The Grand Hall
    • Chapter II. Pierre Gringoire.
    • Chapter III. Monsieur the Cardinal.
    • Chapter IV. Master Jacques Coppenole.
    • Chapter V. Quasimodo.
    • Chapter VI. Esmeralda.
  • 3. Book Second.
    • Chapter I. From Charybdis to Scylla.
    • Chapter II. The Place de Greve.
    • Chapter III. Kisses for Blows.
    • Chapter IV. The Inconveniences of Following a Pretty Woman Through the Streets in the Evening.
    • Chapter V. Result of the Dangers.
    • Chapter VI. The Broken Jug.
    • Chapter VII. A Bridal Night.
  • 4. Book Third.
    • Chapter I. Notre-Dame.
    • Chapter II. A Bird’s-Eye View of Paris.
  • 5. Book Fourth.
    • Chapter I. Good Souls.
    • Chapter II. Claude Frollo.
    • Chapter III. Immanis Pecoris Custos, Immanior Ipse.
    • Chapter IV. The Dog and his Master.
    • Chapter V. More About Claude Frollo.
    • Chapter VI. Unpopularity
  • 6. Book Fifth.
    • Chapter I. Abbas Beati Martini.
    • Chapter II. This Will Kill That.
  • 7. Book Sixth.
    • Chapter I. An Impartial Glance at the Ancient Magistracy.
    • Chapter II. The Rat-Hole.
    • Chapter III. History of a Leavened Cake of Maize.
    • Chapter IV. A Tear for a Drop of Water.
    • Chapter V. End of the Story of the Cake.
  • 8. Volume II.
    • Chapter I. The Danger of Confiding One’s Secret to a Goat.
    • Chapter II. A Priest and a Philosopher are Two Different Things.
    • Chapter III. The Bells.
    • Chapter IV.ANArKH.
    • Chapter V. The Two Men Clothed in Black
    • Chapter VI. The Effect Which Seven Oaths in the Open Air Can Produce.
    • Chapter VII. The Mysterious Monk
    • Chapter VIII. The Utility of Windows Which Open on the River.
  • 9. Book Eighth.
    • Chapter I. The Crown Changed Into a Dry Leaf.
    • Chapter II. Continuation of the Crown Which was Changed Into a Dry Leaf.
    • Chapter III. End of the Crown Which was Turned Into a Dry Leaf.
    • Chapter IV. Lasciate Ogni Speranza--Leave all Hope Behind, Ye Who Enter Here.
    • Chapter V. The Mother.
    • Chapter VI. Three Human Hearts Differently Constructed.
  • 10. Book Ninth.
    • Chapter I. Delirium.
    • Chapter II. Hunchbacked, One Eyed, Lame.
    • Chapter III. Deaf.
    • Chapter IV. Earthenware and Crystal.
    • Chapter V. The Key to the Red Door.
    • Chapter VI. Continuation of the Key to the Red Door.
  • 11. Book Tenth.
    • Chapter I. Gringoire has Many Good Ideas in Succession.--Rue des Bernardins.
    • Chapter II. Turn Vagabond.
    • Chapter III. Long Live Mirth.
    • Chapter IV. An Awkward Friend.
    • Chapter V. The Retreat in Which Monsieur Louis of France Says his Prayers.
    • Chapter VI. Little Sword in Pocket.
    • Chapter VII. Chateaupers to the Rescue.
  • 12. Book Eleventh.
    • Chapter I. The Little Shoe.
    • Chapter II. The Beautiful Creature Clad in White.
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