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Bibliocollège Les Misérables ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Bibliocollège Les Misérables Auteur Victor Hugo – Liversite.co.uk Bien s r, vous connaissez Gavroche, le petit Parisien, avec ses mains enfonc es dans les poches d un pantalon trop grand, sa gouaille et ses chansons Son image famili re est devenue un symbole de la v Bien s r, vous connaissez Gavroche, le petit Parisien, avec ses mains enfonc es dans les poches d un pantalon trop grand, sa gouaille et ses chansons Son image famili re est devenue un symbole de la ville qui l abrite Paris Mais c est dans le roman de Victor Hugo, Les Mis Bibliocollège Les ePUB ✓ rables, qu il a commenc battre le pav Gamin de la rue abandonn mais volant au secours des opprim s, m pris mais joyeux, insolent mais sensible, il est l un des personnages les plus attachants de la litt rature fran aise travers le destin tragique de cette petite grande me , Victor Hugo plaide la cause de tous les enfants malheureux Des extraits annot s relatant l pop e de Gavroche Des questionnaires au fil du texte Des documents iconographiques exploit s Une pr sentation de Victor Hugo et de son poque Un aper u du genre du roman Un groupement de textes L enfance malheureuseNovelist, poet and dramatist, Victor Hugo was born in Besancon in , the son of a general in Napoleon s army After the marriage of his parents collapsed, he was raised by his mother, Sophie FromtoHugo attended the Lycee Louis le Grand in Paris In early adolescence he began to write verse tragedies and poetry, and also translated Virgil His first published collection, Odes et Poesies Diverses, gained him a royal pension from Louis XVIII His first novel, Han D Islande, was published anonymously In , he married Adele Foucher, with whom his brother, Eugene, was in love Eugene suffered from mental problems and lost his mind on their wedding day, after which he spent the rest of his life in an institution Hugo s fame increased in the s with the publication of his famous historical work Notre Dame de Paris now known as The Hunchback of Notre DameIn his later life Hugo became involved in politics as a supporter of the Republican movement His daughter was tragically killed in , and Hugo did not publish another book for ten years In , believing his life to be in danger, he fled to Brussels and then to Jersey He was expelled from the island, and moved, with his family to neighbouring Guernsey in the English Channel During this period he wrote some of his best works, including Les Chatimentsand the epic Les MiserablesHugo witnessed the Siege of Paris in , when the unpopular Napoleon III finally fell from power at the end of the Franco Prussian War After these political upheavals and the proclamation of the Third Republic, Hugo finally returned to France In , during the period of the Paris Commune, Hugo lived in Brussels, but was expelled for sheltering revolutionaries After a short time in Luxembourg, he returned to Paris and was elected as a senator inHe suffered a mild stroke in JuneHugo died in Paris onMay and was given a national funeral, attended by two million people Ce texte fait r f rence une dition puis e ou non disponible de ce titre.