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The Hunchback of Notre Dame
by Victor Hugo
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Book First
Chapter 1. The Grand Hall.
Chapter II. Pierre Gringoire.
Chapter III. Monsieur the Cardinal.
Chapter IV. Master Jacques Coppenole.
Chapter V. Quasimodo.
Chapter VI. Esmeralda.
Book Second
Chapter I. From Charybdis to Scylla.
Chapter II. The Place de Greve.
Chapter III. Kisses for Blows.
Chapter IV. The Inconveniences of Following A Pretty Woman Through the Streets in the Evening.
Chapter V. Result of the Dangers.
Chapter VI. The Broken Jug.
Chapter VII. A Bridal Night.
Book Third
Chapter I. Notre-Dame.
Chapter II. A Bird's-Eye View of Paris.
Book Fourth
Chapter I. Good Souls.
Chapter II. Claude Frollo.
Chapter III. Immanis Pecoris Custos, Immanior Ipse.
Chapter IV. The Dog and His Master.
Chapter V. More About Claude Frollo.
Chapter VI. Unpopularity.
Book Fifth
Chapter I. Abbas Beati Martini.
Chapter II. This Will Kill That.
Book Sixth
Chapter I. An Impartial Glance at the Ancient Magistracy.
Chapter II. The Rat-Hole.
Chapter III. History of a Leavened Cake of Maize.
Chapter IV. A Tear for a Drop of Water.
Chapter V. End of the Story of the Cake.
Book Seventh
Chapter I. The Danger of Confiding One's Secret to a Goat.
Chapter II. A Priest and a Philosopher are Two Different Things.
Chapter III. The Bells.
Chapter IV. ANArKH.
Chapter V. The Two Men Clothed in Black.
Chapter VI. The Effect Which Seven Oaths in the Open Air can Produce.
Chapter VII. The Mysterious Monk.
Chapter VIII. The Utility of Windows Which Open on the River.
Book Eighth
Chapter I. The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf.
Chapter II. Continuation of the Crown Which was Changed into a Dry Leaf.
Chapter III. End of the CRown Which was Turned into a Dry Leaf.
Chapter IV. Lasciate Ogni Speranza--Leave All Hope Behind, Ye Who Enter Here.
Chapter V. The Mother.
Chapter VI. Three Human Hearts Differently Constructed.
Book Ninth
Chapter I. Delirium.
Chapter II. Hunchbacked, One Eyed, Lame.
Chapter III. Deaf.
Chapter IV. Earthenware and Crystal.
Chapter V. The Key to the Red Door.
Chapter VI. Continuation of the Key to the Red Door.
Book Tenth
Chapter I. Gringoire Has Many Good Ideas in Succession.--Rue des Bernardins.
Chapter II. Turn Vagabond.
Chapter III. Long Live Mirth.
Chapter IV. An Awkward Friend.
Chapter V. The Retreat in which Monsieur Louis of France Says His Prayers.
Chapter VI. Little Sword in Pocket.
Chapter VII. Chateaupers to the Rescue.
Book Eleventh
Chapter I. The Little Shoe.
Chapter II. The Beautiful Creature Clad in White. (Dante.)
Chapter III. The Marriage of Phoebus.
Chapter IV. The Marriage of Quasimodo.

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