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Ninety-Three

By Victor Hugo
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  • NINETY-THREE
  • By
  • VICTOR HUGO
    • Translated by Mrs. Aline Delano
    • NINETY-THREE
      • AT SEA.
      • THE CORVETTE "CLAYMORE."
      • I.
      • ENGLAND AND FRANCE UNITED.
      • II.
      • NIGHT WITH THE SHIP AND THE PASSENGER.
      • III.
      • PATRICIAN AND PLEBEIAN UNITED.
      • IV.
      • TORMENTUM BELLI.
      • V.
      • VIS ET VIR.
      • VI.
      • THE TWO ENDS OF THE SCALE.
      • VII.
      • HE WHO SETS SAIL INVESTS IN A LOTTERY.
      • VIII.
      • 9 : 380.
      • IX.
      • SOME ONE ESCAPES.
      • X.
      • DOES HE ESCAPE?
      • HALMALO.
      • I.
      • SPEECH IS WORD.
      • II.
      • A PEASANT'S MEMORY IS WORTH AS MUCH AS THE CAPTAIN'S SCIENCE.
      • TELLMARCH.
      • I.
      • ON THE TOP OF THE DUNE.
      • II.
      • AURES HABET, ET NON AUDIET.
      • III.
      • THE USEFULNESS OF BIG LETTERS.
      • IV.
      • THE CAIMAND.
      • V.
      • WHEN HE AWOKE IT WAS DAYLIGHT.
      • VI.
      • THE VICISSITUDES OF CIVIL WAR.
      • VII.
      • NO MERCY![2]NO QUARTER![3]
      • AT PARIS.
      • CIMOURDAIN.
      • I.
      • THE STREETS OF PARIS AT THAT TIME.
      • II.
      • CIMOURDAIN.
      • III.
      • A CORNER NOT DIPPED INTO THE STYX.
      • THE POT-HOUSE OF THE RUE DU PAON
      • I.
      • MINOS, ÆACUS, AND RHADAMANTHUS.
      • II.
      • MAGNA TESTANTUR VOCE PER UMBRAS.
      • III.
      • A QUIVERING OF THE INMOST FIBRES.
      • THE CONVENTION.
      • I.
      • THE CONVENTION.
      • II.
      • MARAT IN THE GREEN-ROOM.
      • IN THE VENDÉE.
      • THE VENDÉE.
      • I.
      • THE FORESTS.
      • II.
      • MEN.
      • III.
      • CONNIVANCE OF MEN AND FORESTS.
      • IV.
      • THEIR LIFE UNDER GROUND.
      • V.
      • THEIR LIFE IN WARFARE.
      • VI.
      • THE SOUL OF THE EARTH PASSES INTO MAN.
      • VII.
      • THE VENDÉE HAS RUINED BRITTANY.
      • THE THREE CHILDREN.
      • I.
      • PLUS QUAM CIVILIA BELLA.
      • II.
      • DOL.
      • III.
      • SMALL ARMIES AND GREAT BATTLES.
      • IV.
      • A SECOND TIME.
      • V.
      • A DROP OF COLD WATER.
      • VI.
      • A HEALED BREAST, BUT A BLEEDING HEART.
      • VII.
      • THE TWO POLES OF TRUTH.
      • VIII.
      • DOLOROSA.
      • IX.
      • A PROVINCIAL BASTILE.
      • X.
      • THE HOSTAGES.
      • XI.
      • TERRIBLE AS THE ANTIQUE.
      • XII.
      • THE RESCUE PLANNED.
      • XIII.
      • WHAT THE MARQUIS IS DOING.
      • XIV.
      • WHAT THE IMÂNUS IS DOING.
      • I.
      • THE MASSACRE OF SAINT BARTHOLOMEW.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • THE MOTHER.
      • I.
      • DEATH PASSES.
      • II.
      • DEATH SPEAKS.
      • III.
      • MUTTERINGS AMONG THE PEASANTS.
      • IV.
      • A MISTAKE.
      • V.
      • VOX IN DESERTO.
      • VI.
      • THE SITUATION.
      • VII.
      • PRELIMINARIES.
      • VIII.
      • THE SPEECH AND THE ROAR.
      • IX.
      • TITANS AGAINST GIANTS.
      • X.
      • RADOUB.
      • XI.
      • THE DESPERATE.
      • XII.
      • THE DELIVERER.
      • XIII.
      • THE EXECUTIONER.
      • XIV.
      • THE IMÂNUS ALSO ESCAPES.
      • XV.
      • NEVER PUT A WATCH AND KEY IN THE SAME POCKET.
      • IN DÆMONE DEUS.
      • I.
      • FOUND, BUT LOST.
      • II.
      • FROM THE DOOR OF STONE TO THAT OF IRON.
      • III.
      • WHERE THE SLEEPING CHILDREN WAKE.
      • AFTER VICTORY, STRUGGLE BEGINS.
      • I.
      • LANTENAC TAKEN.
      • II.
      • GAUVAIN MEDITATING.
      • III
      • THE COMMANDER'S HOOD.
      • FEUDALITY AND REVOLUTION.
      • I.
      • THE ANCESTOR.
      • II.
      • THE COURT-MARTIAL.
      • III.
      • THE VOTES.
      • IV.
      • AFTER CIMOURDAIN THE JUDGE, CIMOURDAIN THE MASTER.
      • V.
      • THE DUNGEON.
      • VI.
      • STILL THE SUN RISES
      • THE END.
    • AT SEA.
    • THE CORVETTE "CLAYMORE."
    • I.
    • ENGLAND AND FRANCE UNITED.
    • II.
    • NIGHT WITH THE SHIP AND THE PASSENGER.
    • III.
    • PATRICIAN AND PLEBEIAN UNITED.
    • IV.
    • TORMENTUM BELLI.
    • V.
    • VIS ET VIR.
    • VI.
    • THE TWO ENDS OF THE SCALE.
    • VII.
    • HE WHO SETS SAIL INVESTS IN A LOTTERY.
    • VIII.
    • 9 : 380.
    • IX.
    • SOME ONE ESCAPES.
    • X.
    • DOES HE ESCAPE?
    • HALMALO.
    • I.
    • SPEECH IS WORD.
    • II.
    • A PEASANT'S MEMORY IS WORTH AS MUCH AS THE CAPTAIN'S SCIENCE.
    • TELLMARCH.
    • I.
    • ON THE TOP OF THE DUNE.
    • II.
    • AURES HABET, ET NON AUDIET.
    • III.
    • THE USEFULNESS OF BIG LETTERS.
    • IV.
    • THE CAIMAND.
    • V.
    • WHEN HE AWOKE IT WAS DAYLIGHT.
    • VI.
    • THE VICISSITUDES OF CIVIL WAR.
    • VII.
    • NO MERCY![2]NO QUARTER![3]
    • AT PARIS.
    • CIMOURDAIN.
    • I.
    • THE STREETS OF PARIS AT THAT TIME.
    • II.
    • CIMOURDAIN.
    • III.
    • A CORNER NOT DIPPED INTO THE STYX.
    • THE POT-HOUSE OF THE RUE DU PAON
    • I.
    • MINOS, ÆACUS, AND RHADAMANTHUS.
    • II.
    • MAGNA TESTANTUR VOCE PER UMBRAS.
    • III.
    • A QUIVERING OF THE INMOST FIBRES.
    • THE CONVENTION.
    • I.
    • THE CONVENTION.
    • II.
    • MARAT IN THE GREEN-ROOM.
    • IN THE VENDÉE.
    • THE VENDÉE.
    • I.
    • THE FORESTS.
    • II.
    • MEN.
    • III.
    • CONNIVANCE OF MEN AND FORESTS.
    • IV.
    • THEIR LIFE UNDER GROUND.
    • V.
    • THEIR LIFE IN WARFARE.
    • VI.
    • THE SOUL OF THE EARTH PASSES INTO MAN.
    • VII.
    • THE VENDÉE HAS RUINED BRITTANY.
    • THE THREE CHILDREN.
    • I.
    • PLUS QUAM CIVILIA BELLA.
    • II.
    • DOL.
    • III.
    • SMALL ARMIES AND GREAT BATTLES.
    • IV.
    • A SECOND TIME.
    • V.
    • A DROP OF COLD WATER.
    • VI.
    • A HEALED BREAST, BUT A BLEEDING HEART.
    • VII.
    • THE TWO POLES OF TRUTH.
    • VIII.
    • DOLOROSA.
    • IX.
    • A PROVINCIAL BASTILE.
    • X.
    • THE HOSTAGES.
    • XI.
    • TERRIBLE AS THE ANTIQUE.
    • XII.
    • THE RESCUE PLANNED.
    • XIII.
    • WHAT THE MARQUIS IS DOING.
    • XIV.
    • WHAT THE IMÂNUS IS DOING.
    • I.
    • THE MASSACRE OF SAINT BARTHOLOMEW.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • THE MOTHER.
    • I.
    • DEATH PASSES.
    • II.
    • DEATH SPEAKS.
    • III.
    • MUTTERINGS AMONG THE PEASANTS.
    • IV.
    • A MISTAKE.
    • V.
    • VOX IN DESERTO.
    • VI.
    • THE SITUATION.
    • VII.
    • PRELIMINARIES.
    • VIII.
    • THE SPEECH AND THE ROAR.
    • IX.
    • TITANS AGAINST GIANTS.
    • X.
    • RADOUB.
    • XI.
    • THE DESPERATE.
    • XII.
    • THE DELIVERER.
    • XIII.
    • THE EXECUTIONER.
    • XIV.
    • THE IMÂNUS ALSO ESCAPES.
    • XV.
    • NEVER PUT A WATCH AND KEY IN THE SAME POCKET.
    • IN DÆMONE DEUS.
    • I.
    • FOUND, BUT LOST.
    • II.
    • FROM THE DOOR OF STONE TO THAT OF IRON.
    • III.
    • WHERE THE SLEEPING CHILDREN WAKE.
    • AFTER VICTORY, STRUGGLE BEGINS.
    • I.
    • LANTENAC TAKEN.
    • II.
    • GAUVAIN MEDITATING.
    • III
    • THE COMMANDER'S HOOD.
    • FEUDALITY AND REVOLUTION.
    • I.
    • THE ANCESTOR.
    • II.
    • THE COURT-MARTIAL.
    • III.
    • THE VOTES.
    • IV.
    • AFTER CIMOURDAIN THE JUDGE, CIMOURDAIN THE MASTER.
    • V.
    • THE DUNGEON.
    • VI.
    • STILL THE SUN RISES
    • THE END.
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