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Nuestra Señora de París, Tomo 1

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La novela más famosa de Victor Hugo, verdadero ícono del romanticismo, presentada en una magnífica edición ilustrada.

Un relato entre el drama y la epopeya, pintoresco y poético a la vez, llevado por la extraordinaria sensibilidad parisina de su autor. Una sensibilidad compartida por el ilustrador Benjamin Lacombe, que explora en esta obra la época medieval y se deleita ofr
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Hardcover, 217 pages
Published 2011 by Edelvives
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Marquise
Picked this up for a read-along with the book by Victor Hugo, thinking it was a bande dessinée adaptation of the novel and was very surprised to find out it's only an illustrated edition of the French original, split in two volumes (this is the first and covers the first half of the novel). Not that I'm disappointed, to be clear, but seeing Lacombe has such an unique art style, I find myself wishing it had been a proper graphic novel adaptation. The art is just so lovely!
Cecilia Romiti
Por momentos es absolutamente mágico, me ha transportado al París de aquella época, a querer caminarla, a soñar con haberla conocido. A ella y a sus personajes!!! Tiene algunos capítulos que, según mis intereses, abundan en descripciones sobre arquitectura. La historia se sigue sin esos capítulos, pero soy incapaz de saltármelos. Ahora, a atacar el segundo tomo!!!!! Y a descubrir ese desenlace!
Erik Delgadillo
Jan 14, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Victor Hugo tiene una manera única de narrar y de describir todo, la forma en que aborda la primera parte de la historia me encantó. Conocer a Esmeralda, a Quasimodo y a Frodo de esta manera fue fascinante, además de poder ver sus orígenes y explorar más los personajes.

La parte que no me gustó fue que las descripciones son taaan detalladas que incluso Victor Hugo utiliza DOS capítulos para narrarnos Notre Dame y París, además de comparar la ciudad de 1400 con la de 1800 (la época que él vivió) l
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Vir
Jan 30, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2017
Honestamente, estoy muy decepcionada. La verdad que, al menos en este tomo, hubo demasiados capítulos enteros dedicados a hablar de arquitectura. Llegó un punto en que se volvió insoportable, y siento que se pierde el hilo de la historia. Me costó mucho terminarlo, aunque la historia promete ser interesante. Vamos a ver qué pasa en el segundo volumen.
Suma una estrella porque me encantan los dibujos de Benjamin Lacombe, es fantástico!
tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE
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И~N
Apr 01, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Произведението на Юго е несъмнено част от европейската класика. Бях впечатлен от мащаба на въображението, с което авторовото съзнание върлува из средновековен Париж и неговите социални прослойки и из архитектурата на епохата, същото въображение, което създава завъриен разказ с всичките си вътрешни симетрии и закономерности. За съжаление често подробностите и диалозите, с които може би най-цветущо и живо се пресъздана епохата, ми досадяваха. Всъщност, доста ми досадяваха и вероятно една от причин ...more
Lara Malik
May 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: francia, europa
4.5/5 Debido a algunos capítulos en dónde solo describe París.
Victor Hugo siempre me resultó una lectura pesada, pero al fin y al cabo me termino gustando la historia. Es muy diferente a la película presentada por Disney (me gusta comparar las adaptaciones con los libros originales) , y tienen un marco historico importante.
Lo que más me impactó fue el último capítulo de este tomo, creo que debería ser publicado como un ensayo aparte, es impresionante.
Constanza
Jun 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
1/2 parte terminada!
la historia es bellísima y más aún cuando se acompañan de tan buenas ilustraciones.
a continuar con la historia !
:D
Fabiano Lourenco
In order to adequately describe a book like this, you would need the talent of...a Victor Hugo.

This is so deep, so interesting, so well written and well thought out, that the only word you can think of when you are done with it is "chef d'oeuvre". Ie, masterpiece.

One could sum it up by saying that EVERYTHING IS HERE- Victor Hugo's power of description is outstanding. I have read it in the original French- it took me two months but I "made it". At times I had to struggle with the vast vocabulary
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Catalinag
Jun 10, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
You know how you hear that one retirement plan is to read the classics? Well, my retirement plan is to have finished the classics by then and stay hip. /:)
I have decided I will go for the "slow food" type writing and dove into our 100 essential books collection.
Started with this one. Amazing writing of course, I need to be re-educated in enjoying long phrases and description. Great book, heart wrenching at times but ... life is very seldom a fairy tale or a Hollywood movie
Martina
Me gustó el libro, aunque al intentar leerlo en el idioma original y sobre todo al ser del siglo diecinueve, se me hizo algo pesado y largo. Difícil de leer, pero diría que es un buen libro, aunque tal vez no de los mejores de Victor Hugo.
Elena Flores
May 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Este libro me ha encantado, es un libro de Víctor Hugo y además tiene ilustraciones de Benjamin Lacombe y es genial....... me encanta. Además tengo que decir que esta edición está muy currada. La historia es chulísima y tengo que reconocer que no me lo esperaba fue un regalo y me encanta.
Irene
May 07, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
La historia y los personajes me gustaron, el problema es la cantidad de descripciones que cortan la dinámica de la novela, los capítulos "de relleno" y lo mucho que el autor se centra en personajes secundarios que al final no aportan tanto.
Alisa Cupcakeland
Jan 08, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Tengo muchas ganas de leer el segundo volumen.
Elisa
Oct 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reseña original en: http://vocesdeloslibros.blogspot.com....

Hace tiempo que leí Los Miserables y desde entonces quise leer más cosas de Victor Hugo. Nuestra Señora de Paris está en mi lista de pendientes desde hace tiempo pero quise esperar a que la preciosa edición de Edelvives, ilustrada por el artista francés Benjamin Lacombe se publicara completa, pues está dividida en dos tomos. Lo que no tuve en cuenta en un principio fue el coste de la obra completa. Pero ya os digo que merece completamen
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Nuska
Feb 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"Separado, desde la infancia, de sus padres, a quienes apenas conociera; encerrado en un claustro y con sus libros; ávido, principalmente, de estudiar y de aprender; atento sólo hasta entonces a su inteligencia, que se dilataba por los horizontes de la ciencia, y a su mente, que se engrandecía en el campo de las letras, el pobre estudiante aún no había tenido tiempo de saber cómo palpita el corazón. Ese hijo sin padre, ese niño que desde el cielo le caía súbitamente en los brazos, hizo de Claudi ...more
Vasco Ribeiro
Jul 18, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2014
A parte de acção é muito interessante e escrita ao melhor estilo dos Romances históricos do romantismo, que já conhecia dos autores Portugueses (provavelmente tributários de Victor Hugo e não ao contrário), em que o narrador está muito próximo do leitor, manda umas piadas, usa uma forma coloquial de comunicação, em que o pitoresco de algumas personagens se cruza e equilibra com a profundidade emocional de outras.
Mas a parte descritiva de cidades (Paris), monumentos, contexto da sociedade medieva
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Cynthia Nobuta
May 28, 2014 rated it liked it
Un clásico escrito por Víctor Hugo con el plus de mi ilustrador favorito Benjamin Lacombe. El libro al principio me confundió porque no entendía que personaje estábamos siguiendo, no entendía a donde nos llevaba cada pagina, ni de quien era la historia que intentaba narrar. Ya a la mitad finalmente salen Esmeralda y Quasimodo, pero de manera muy superficial, sé que no es Disney, pero esperaba que ellos tuvieran un papel mas importante.Lo malo de este libro a mi parecer y no dudo que sea una joya ...more
Rob
Oct 16, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I thought this was a really sad story because at the end everyone that the hunchback ever liked dies.

This is a story about a hunchback who lives at the Notre Dame cathedral. He gets punished because people think he is trying to steal a gypsy because he was running after her. The hunchback was deaf from ringing the bells. When he went to court, the gypsy gave him water. Then the priest of Notre Dame tried to take the gypsy as his wife, but she didn't want to, so he put her to trial. The priest al
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Marc
Rather incredible story, but the style is all, very impressive and to a great extent compelling.
Characters:
- Frollo: kind of Faust (even explicit link)
- Quasimodo: the human monster
- Esmeralda: intriguing, strong woman, but not well worked out character
- Gringoire: opportunist, too wordy
Especially the end is very implausible. Clearly written very fast, but nevertheless a "tour de force"
Víctor
Dec 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Excelente libro! Una historia que todos conocemos, con bellas ilustraciones y una traducción fácil y sencilla. Para aquellas personas que les gusta la arquitectura, el autor proporciona unas descripciones y unas criticas en este campo que resultan interesantes y a la vez enriquecedoras.
Roberto Ortiz
El libro se pone bueno a partir del libro 9, el final no es igual al que vi en las caricaturas u_u
Inma Yago Marco
3,5/5 Hay que tener en cuenta que es la primera parte y por lo tanto solo la introducción, además el autor mete algunos capítulos muy aburridos sobre arquitectura
Gabriela Perez
Jan 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love this tragedy
Jian
very beautifully written book, like miserable, and ah-Q (Lu-xun), I found it really hard to understand people's reaction to that specific period of time
Paw Rueda
Dec 25, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Victor Hugo no me decepciona
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Victor Hugo, in full Victor-Marie Hugo (b. February 26, 1802, Besançon, France – d. May 22, 1885, Paris, France), poet, playwrighter, novelist, dramatist, essayist, visual artist, statesman, human rights campaigner, and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Romantic movement in France, who was the most important of the French Romantic writers. Though regarded in France as one of that countr ...more
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