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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 I want to state clearly that the book is not bad. The fictional elements are what give me the most trouble. Hugo and his writing and particularly this book belong to the French Romantic Movement of literature.

It is not merely that romance is a central theme, but rather that the whole style of writing is romantic, sentimental, exaggerated and overwrought. Excess and exaggeration are the defining ingredients of every event that occurs. Personally, I can deal with romance if presented in a realistic, believable manner. That is not what is delivered here! None of the fictional elements of this story can be characterized as down to earth, believable or realistic.

At the start, you work on understanding what is going on. The confusion clears, and the reader begins to know who is who and what is happening. The momentum builds. Most is still within bounds.

Then, all breaks loose and reality totally dissolves. Some excitement is fine. I was engaged; I thought the events were exciting. Then, with one thing on top of the other, all credibility is lost. This draws for you how it feels to progress through the book. There are long chapters devoid of characters or plot. In these the time frame departs from the Middle Ages, goes centuries back and up to when the book was printed in Hugo leaves the story and focuses on architecture, its essence, its importance and various styles.

He speaks of the history of Paris, that is to say how the city of Paris has developed over centuries. These sections are interesting, but they are weakly tied to the story. Hugo is delivering a message. As a result of the book, in Paris, buildings of the Gothic style came to be restored! This being exactly what the author had attempted to achieve. There is humor, often ironic in tone, criticizing the Church, royalty, aristocracy and class.

Pay attention to the lines, there is humor everywhere. Individual characters are poked at and made fun of. This is a book of historical fiction, written by Hugo primarily from September to February , but it is about events occurring during three months in The cathedral itself is a central character.

In French, the book was originally entitled Notre-Dame de Paris. The English translation by Frederic Shoberl in changed the title to The Hunchback of Notre-Dame to attract readers of Gothic fiction popular in Britain at that time. This is a book about head-over-heels, passionate love, love at first sight.

Love without bounds. It is about unrequited love. It is also about love, not of the heart, but of convenience. It is about being torn between love of a woman and love of God, faith and religion.

There is witchery, murder, attempted rape, hangings and torture. Each occurring several times. I listened to the audiobook narrated by Bill Homewood.

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Nevertheless, the evil characters sound the same--mean and gruff and dark. There is the angelic Esmeralda, sounding meek. Contrary to this, the other women are shrill. You can group the characters into types; listening you know to which group each individual belongs. If you are really lazy, you need not even listen to the words, just listen to the tones!

I say this as a joke, as a poke. In my view, it is the author who has over-simplified his characters; the narrator is only mirroring what the author has created. Both have lyrical lines, both have exciting episodes, and both enable a reader to experience another time and place in history. This book was one of the most arduous reads ever!!!

This is a story of love and obsession. There were so many side characters and interruptions, the story just bogged down. The highlights were when he was front and centre, otherwise the book was a total This book was one of the most arduous reads ever!!! The highlights were when he was front and centre, otherwise the book was a total slog and sleep inducer. I read this book for my classics group, so to be honest, I would not have finished it otherwise.

View all 15 comments. A really tough slog for me I found View 2 comments. Ho impiegato quasi 2 mesi a leggerlo! Ma il libro era della biblitoeca per cui non ho potuto farlo.

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Non ho mai e dico mai, impiegato 2 mesi a leggere un libro. Di dovermi fare quasi violenza per leggerlo. Non ero preparata a Hugo. E' proprio vero che i gusti sono diversi.

Probabilmente sono io che non ho capito il genio di questo autore. Grazie alla lettura di gruppo, ho scoperto che le storie di Hugo sono un pretesto per scrivere di altro. Non lo so. Io mi aspettavo la storia di Esmeralda e del Gobbo. Morti tutti. Se non lo avessi letto per una lettura di gruppo mi sarei fermata molto prima. View all 5 comments. La recensione la trovate anche qui: Una recensione che non sia troppo di parte, ma purtroppo non riesco a scriverla.

Non credo ci sia bisogno di presentazioni, tutti conoscono la storia del povero Quasimodo.

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Il campanaro deforme della cattedrale parigina che si innamora della bel La recensione la trovate anche qui: Il campanaro deforme della cattedrale parigina che si innamora della bella zingara, Esmeralda. Cocciante ci ha fatto un famosissimo Musical. Hollywood numerosi film. Addirittura la Disney ha creato un bellissimo cartone animato su questa storia! Ovviamente, qui non si parla della bravura dell'autore non mi permetterei mai! Ce ne sono, non troppi, ma ce ne sono.

Onestamente le trovo dispersive distraendo il lettore dalla trama. Al contrario, Io, purtroppo, non sono quel tipo di lettore. Claude Frollo. Il suo folle amore verso la giovane Esmeralda , il suo controllo su Quasimodo , il suo credersi perfetto, il ritenersi nel giusto nonostante le sue azioni meschine.

Insomma, per quanto lo si finisca per odiare, credo che sia l'unico personaggio davvero complesso. Nato deforme, confinato a Notre-dame come campanaro, sordo, mezzo cieco. Insomma, un povero Dio! L'attaccamento verso di esse come se lo facessero sentire finalmente parte di qualcosa.

Rimane da soffermarsi su Esmeralda. Un personaggio di quelli che o si ama o si odia. Io l'ho odiato. Peccato che, sempre a mio modesto parere, non ci sia riuscito. Se non basta questa scena a rendervi partecipi del fallimento di Hugo nel dar voce al gentil sesso nel suo romanzo possiamo tranquillamente proseguire.

Le descrizioni sono troppe e troppo prolisse. Sono state cosi ingombranti da non avermi permesso di seguire i personaggi ed affezionarmi a loro. L'ho trovato noioso, pesante. Insomma un libro di cinquecento pagine dove trecento sono di descrizioni View all 9 comments. I liked Les Miserables more. Esmeralda was just TSTL.

Chances are you've heard of this story set in medieval Paris. Mocked and shunned for his appearance, he is pitied only by Esmerelda, a beautiful gypsy dancer to whom he becomes completely devoted. Esmerelda, however, has also attracted the attention of the sinister archdeacon Claude Frollo, and when she rejects his lecherous approaches, Frollo hatches a plot to destroy her, which only Quasimodo can prevent.

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