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Victor Hugo (1802-1885), écrivain français, chef de file du romantisme français. Victor Hugo est peut-être, de tous les écrivains français, le plus remarquable par la longévité de son inspiration et par sa parfaite maîtrise technique. Aussi a-t-il abordé tous les thèmes, utilisé tous les registres et tous les genres, allant de la fresque épique au poème intimiste. Son influence est encore aujourd’hui considérable

Celui qui composa "Les Chants Du Crépuscule" et parsema le fécond parterre des vers et de la prose des "Feuilles D'Automne"...

Victor Hugo 🔅 Lui... L'uomo che scrive come nessun altro. Colui capace di toccare corde che nessun altro sa toccare.

My fellow pinners, I hope you realize you are looking at a man who had a beautiful mind, filled with philosophies that flow onto pages and trickle through time to inspire and enlighten. This man is deeper than the crevices between Taylor Lautner's abs...

“A poet is a world enclosed in a [person].” —Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo | Poet, novelist, and dramatist who was the most well-known of all the French Romantic writers. Though regarded in France as one of that country’s greatest poets, he is better known abroad for such novels as Notre-Dame de Paris and Les Misérables | France | 1802 - 1885

Les Misérables | Victor Hugo, Three-Quarter View by Auguste Rodin at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Victor Hugo was born February 26, 1802, in Besancon, France and died in Paris, 1885. Pictured here with his grandchildren, Georges and Jeanne Hugo. He wrote Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

This is a part of the Victor Hugo's house at Guernsey.

Rodin, portrait of Victor Hugo drypoint. (detail)