The Hunchback of Notre Dame Essay | Student Essay

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame, A Critical Book Review

Summary: Provides a critical book review on The Hunchback Of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo. It includes theme, literary devices, opinion, character analysis, and plot summary.
Plot

The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a tragic story of love between four ignorant characters. Quasimodo, a deformed, unwanted infant, is left as a foundling in the Notre Dame Cathedral. Archdeacon Claude Frollo adopts the child whom others look upon as a repulsive creature. Quasimodo lives a reclusive life in the cathedral with Frollo, where he finds joy in becoming the well-known bell ringer.

Though the priest hates gypsies, Frollo becomes infatuated with the beautiful La Esmeralda after seeing this gypsy-girl sing and dance day after day in the town square. Upon being accused of a crime for which she is to be hanged, the hunchback saves her, claiming sanctuary for her in the church. It is at this point that Quasimodo also falls in love. However, Esmeralda is in love with Phoebus, which further complicates the plot. The story...

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