Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo wrote the "Hunchback of Notre-Dame" to inform people of the value of Gothic architecture, which was being neglected and destroyed at the time. This explains the large descriptive sections of the book, which far exceed the requirements of the story.

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