The Man Who Laughs

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  • Paperback
  • 672 pages
  • The Man Who Laughs
  • Victor Hugo
  • English
  • 07 June 2017
  • 1934169005

About the Author: Victor Hugo

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The Man Who Laughs Victor Hugo s The Man Who Laughs first published under the French title L Homme qui Rit in April 1869 is a sad and sordid tale not the sort of tale of the moment Hugo was known for It starts on the night of January 29, 1690, a ten year old boy abandoned the stern men who ve kept him since infancy have wearied of him The boy wanders, barefoot and starving, through a snowstorm to reach a gibbet bearing the corpse of a hanged criminal Beneath the gibbet is a ragged woman, frozen to death The boy is about to move onward when he hears a sound within the woman s garments He discovers an infant girl, barely alive, clutching the woman s breast A single drop of frozen milk, resembling a pearl, is on the woman s lifeless breast Best Read [ The Man Who Laughs ] by [ Victor Hugo ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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  1. Fatima says:

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  2. Carla Bull says:

    I write this having just finished the last page, closed, completed, and I am breathless Victor Hugo is not an easy read, there are moments in which he loses himself to very specific detail and matter of fact descriptions But what you find interwoven through the dry passages is of such exquisite beauty, that it is often worth pressing onward I do not currently make that exception for any other author but Hugo, because the good is just so good As it is here, with L homme qui rit Gorgeous, gor I write this having just finished the last page, closed, completed, and I am breathless Victor Hugo is not an easy read, there are moments in which he loses himself to very specific detail and matter of fact descriptions But what you find interwoven through the dry ...

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  4. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    L Homme qui Rit, Victor Hugo 1983 1346 2 487 1349 280 1362 L Homme qui Rit, Victor Hugo 1983 1346 2 487 1349 280 1362 480 1363 256 1388 103

  5. Amanda says:

    What an emotional roller coaster of a read I have read criticisms of this book that said that it was a good story that was poorly executed I totally disagree I think it was brilliant You have to know going in with Hugo that the story isn t going to be straightforward and that there are going to be lots and lots of tangents that at the time might seem irrelevant but always end up tying into the main story This book has the most heart breaking beginning and ending that I have read in a while What an emotional roller coaster of a read I have read criticisms of this book that said that it was a good story that was poorly executed I totally disagr...

  6. Sandra says:

    In calce al romanzo c un breve saggio di Robert Louis Stevenson, dal quale estrapolo un pensiero che mi ha colpito, dal quale si pu sviluppare un commento a questa mastodontica opera Scrive Stevenson Dopo aver imparato a subordinare una storia a un idea, a far parlare la propria arte, Hugo le ha fatto dire cose mai udite.E cos I romanzi di Victor Hugo hanno sempre un idea morale o filosofica o genericamente sociopolitica come sfondo e filo conduttore Hugo era uno scrittore impegnato, In calce al romanzo c un breve saggio di Robert Louis Stevenson, dal quale estrapolo un pensiero che mi ha colpito, dal quale si pu sviluppare un commento a questa mastodontica opera Scrive Stevenson Dopo aver imparato a subordinare una storia a un idea, a fa...

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  9. Malacorda says:

    Lettura per niente facile Mi chiedo perch insisto a leggere Hugo se poi ogni volta mi ritrovo ad affermare che preferisco Dumas rispetto Hugo La prefazione di Jean Gaudon definisce i romanzi di Dumas trastulli infarciti di cose inverosimili mi sento di difendere Dumas, o per lo meno bisogna mettere Hugo nella sua stessa barca, Hugo ama troppo ben pi di Dumas fare incontrare o re incontrare i suoi personaggi grazie all inserimento, nelle sue trame, di coincidenze talmente formidabili e i Lettura per niente facile Mi chiedo perch insisto a leggere Hugo se poi ogni volta mi ritrovo ad affermare che preferisco Dumas rispetto Hugo La prefazione di Jean Gaudon definisce i romanzi di Dumas trastulli infarciti di cose inverosimili mi sento di difendere Dumas, o per lo meno bisogna mettere Hugo nella sua s...

  10. Eleanor Mary says:

    As is often the case with Victor Hugo s works, he often tends to discourage the reader towards the beginning of the novel with a long, drawn out description of seemingly mundane details, people, or circumstances Then, just as one begins to yawnthere emerges a plot line that joins all these details into one and set the story in motion, captivating the reader infinitely This is one of the few books I ve read where this ur...