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Hugo By Asgar Zeynalov
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This book by PhD Asgar Zeynalov has been devoted to Victor Hugo’s creative activity. The monograph deals with the French writer’s life, the Azerbaijani translation of his works and their... More > studies. It presents the analysis of Hugo’s collection of poems “Les Orientales”, his verses dedicated to the death of his daughter Leopoldine as well as the novels “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Les Miserables”. The book also touches upon the lives and creative activities of the writers, who were Hugo’s contemporaries.< Less
Victor Hugo's Eastern View By Asgar Zeynalov
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This book by PhD Asgar Zeynalov has been devoted to Victor Hugo’s creative activity. The monograph deals with the French writer’s life, the Azerbaijani translation of his works and their... More > studies. It presents the analysis of Hugo’s collection of poems “Les Orientales”, his verses dedicated to the death of his daughter Leopoldine as well as the novels “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Les Miserables”. The book also touches upon the lives and creative activities of the writers, who were Hugo’s contemporaries.< Less
Hugo vs Merick By Davis Hartel
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It was the first day of middle school and Merick Bergeron knew this could be the most important day of his life, he was finally able to join the competitive fencing team. Everything seemed to be... More > going well, until Hugo the biggest, baddest bully in the world reappears. Can Merick survive his first year of middle school with Hugo? Or will it always be Merick vs. Hugo...< Less
Lord Hugo's Bride By Marina Oliver
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Hugo, Earl of Winton, needs a wife and an heir if his weak cousin William and his unpleasant French wife Hortense, with the son who might not be her husband's, is not to succeed him. He decides ... More > Phillipa Stannerly will be suitable. She is pretty, and an heiress. Phillipa, in love with Charles, is distraught. Then her French cousin Sophie du Plessis comes to London and promises to help her. Their mothers were twins, and the girls are sufficiently alike to confuse people who do not know them well. When Hugo sees Sophie on her own he offers her a lift home, intending to pursue his suit in the belief she is Phillipa. She maintains the deception, hoping to prove to her uncle that Hugo is not a fit husband for Phillipa. Her behaviour is, however, unlike Phillipa's shy response, and Hugo is intrigued.< Less
The Hunchback of Notre Dame By Victor Hugo
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One of the great literary tragedies of all time, The Hunchback of Notre Dame features some of the most well-known characters in all of fiction - Quasimodo, the hideously deformed bellringer of... More > Notre-Dame de Paris, his master the evil priest Claude Frollo, and Esmeralda, the beautiful gypsy condemned for a crime she did not commit.< Less
Les Miserables By Victor Hugo
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Originally published in 1862, Les Miserables is a novel in five volumes that relates the experiences of Jean Valjean over the course of 15 years during his time in prison for stealing a loaf of... More > bread, his release and slow redemption. Hugo also recounts the stories of Valjean's nemesis, Javert, Fantine and her daughter Cosette as well as a host of other characters, major and minor. By pitting a downcast set of individuals against an over-bearing state, Hugo manages to combine his Romantic viewpoint with a political perspective. Although the novel was panned by critics at the time, it proved immensely popular with readers both in France and outside it in translation. In the modern era it has spawned an extremely successful musical stage version and a recent film version that relies more on the musical than strictly on the book.< Less
Notre-Dame de Paris By Victor Hugo
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Notre Dame de Paris is a novel by Victor Hugo published in 1831. The French title refers to the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, on which the story is centred. The Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the... More > largest and most well-known cathedrals in the world.Victor Hugo began writing This story in 1829. The agreement with his original publisher, Gosselin, was that the book would be finished that same year, but Hugo was constantly delayed due to the demands of other projects. By the summer of 1830, Gosselin demanded Victor Hugo to complete the book by February 1831. Beginning in September 1830, Hugo worked nonstop on the project thereafter. The book was finished six months later.< Less
Africa will always break your heart! By Gert Hugo
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Gerrie Hugo was born in South Africa and grew up in this country during the years of Apartheid. As the middle son of a non-commissioned army officer, he soaked up the military mindset in hardcore... More > training camps, such as Oudtshoorn and Bloemfontein. Preparing for battle against the Rooi Gevaar (Red Peril) and the Swart Gevaar (Black Peril) he was determined to save his country. As a colonel in the military he played a role in the ‘border war’ conducted in Angola and Namibia as well as the low intensity war waged within the boundaries of South Africa. Faced with the corruption and lies fed to military and civilian people, Hugo finally lost his blinkers and became disillusioned with the system he was fighting for. During the critical years of transition towards the New South Africa the truth dawned upon him — the ‘enemy’ was not at the borders of his beloved country, but within the very military system he had trusted all his life.< Less
Africa will always break your heart By Gert Hugo
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Gerrie Hugo was born in South Africa and grew up in this country during the years of Apartheid. As the middle son of a non-commissioned army officer, he soaked up the military mindset in hardcore... More > training camps, such as Oudtshoorn and Bloemfontein. Preparing for battle against the Rooi Gevaar (Red Peril) and the Swart Gevaar (Black Peril) he was determined to save his country. As a colonel in the military he played a role in the ‘border war’ conducted in Angola and Namibia as well as the low intensity war waged within the boundaries of South Africa. Faced with the corruption and lies fed to military and civilian people, Hugo finally lost his blinkers and became disillusioned with the system he was fighting for. During the critical years of transition towards the New South Africa the truth dawned upon him — the ‘enemy’ was not at the borders of his beloved country, but within the very military system he had trusted all his life.< Less
Renewable Energy and the Environment By Hugo Jenks
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The environmental and resource problems, most notably CO2 emissions, and depletion of oil and gas reserves, are well known, and have been stated many times. The purpose of this book is not simply to... More > re-iterate these issues, but to offer practical solutions, together with new thinking, which will, if fully implemented, have a very significant beneficial impact. It behoves everyone who is concerned about environmental degradation or the effect of depleted resources upon our future way of life, to do something practical to address these issues. We each of us have a role to play in our shared future. Quoting from Goethe: “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.”< Less

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