The moral Hugo

The moral Hugo

Ninety-three (Paperback)

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A moralistic vision of the Revolution, but not in the pejorative sense. Four twenty thirteen is the confrontation of man and his moral sense. It's beautiful and grandiose like all Hugo. A literary version of an often overlooked point in our history.

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