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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 177 pages of information about La Lgende des Sicles.

Odes et Poesies diverses.  Paris, 1822.  The volume contains several poems not found in subsequent editions. Han d’lslande, novel.  Paris, 1823. La Muse francaise, begun in 1823, ended in July, 1824.  It contains several articles by Hugo. Odes et Ballades, 2nd volume.  Paris, 1824. Relation d’un voyage au Mont Blanc.  Paris, 1825.  The MS. was sold to a publisher, but never published. Bug-Jargal, novel.  Paris, 1826. Odes, 3rd volume.  Paris, 1826. Cromwell, drama.  Paris, 1827. Les Orientales.  Paris, 1828 (December). Le Dernier Jour d’un condamne.  Paris, 1829 (January). Marion Delorme.  Paris, 1829.  Not acted until 1830. Hernani, ou l’honneur castillan, drama.  Paris, 1829.  Acted for the first time on February 26, 1830. Notre-Dame de Paris.  Paris, 1831 (March 15). Les Feuilles d’automne.  Paris, 1831. Le Roi s’amuse, drama.  Paris, 1832. Lucrece Borgia, drama.  Paris, 1833. Marie Tudor, drama.  Paris, 1833. Les Chants du crepuscule.  Paris, 1835. Angelo, drama.  Paris, 1835. Les Voix interieures.  Paris, 1837. Ruy Blas, drama.  Paris, 1838. Les Rayons et les Ombres.  Paris, 1840. Le Rhin.  Paris, 1842.  It is divided into three parts:  Les Lettres, La Legende du beau Pecopin et de la belle Bauldour, Conclusion politique. Les Burgraves, trilogy.  Paris, 1843. Napoleon le Petit.  Brussels, 1852. Les Chatiments.  Geneva, 1853. Les Contemplations.  Paris, 1856. La Legende des siecles.  First Series.  Paris, 1859. Les Miserables.  Paris, 1862. William Shakespeare.  Paris, 1864. Les Chansons des rues et des bois.  Paris, 1865. Les Travailleurs de la mer.  Paris, 1866. L’Homme qui rit, novel.  Paris, 1869. L’Annee terrible.  Paris, 1872. Quatre-vingt-treize, novel.  Paris, 1873. La Legende des siecles.  Second Series.  Paris, 1877. L’Art d’etre grand-pere.  Paris, 1877. L’Histoire d’un crime.  Paris, 1877.  It was written at Brussels soon after the coup d’etat of 1851, but not published until 1877, when the Republic was in danger. Le Pape.  Paris, 1878. La Pitie supreme.  Paris, 1879. L’Ane.  Paris, 1880. Religions et Religion, poems.  Paris, 1880. Les Quatre Vents de l’Esprit.  Paris, 1881. Torquemada.  Paris, 1882. La Legende des siecles.  Third Series.  Paris, 1883.

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POSTHUMOUS WORKS.

Le Theatre en liberte.  Paris, 1886. La Fin de Satan, poem.  Paris, 1886. Choses vues, a sort of diary.  Paris, 1887. Toute la Lyre.  Paris, 1888. Extraits de la correspondance de Victor Hugo.  Paris, 1888.

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Besides these works Hugo wrote many articles, some of which appeared subsequently in complete editions of his works.  The most remarkable of these are Journal des idees, des opinions et des lectures dun jeune Jacobite. 1819.

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