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Виктор Юго
фр. Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo by Étienne Carjat 1876 - full.jpg
Юго, Этьен Карятил хІалтІи, 1876
Гьавидал букІараб цІар Виктор-Мари Юго (фр. Victor-Marie Hugo)
Гьавураб къо-моцІ 26 февраль, 1802
Гьавураб бакІ Безансон, Франсия
Хвараб бакІ Париж, Франсия
Вукъараб бакІ Пантеон
ВатІанчилъи  Франсия
Миллат Парансав
Эмен Джозеф Леопольд Юго
Эбел Софи Требуше
Лъади Адель Фуше
Лъимал
  • васал: Леопольд Виктор Юго, Шарль Юго, Франсуа-Виктор Юго
  • ясал: Леопольдина Юго, Адель Юго
Адабияб гьунар
Пишаялъул тайпа
    • сиясатчи
    • драматург
    • романчи
    • суратчи
    • либреттист
    • эссечи
    • мемуарчи
    • хъвадарухъан
    • иллюстратор
    • шагІир
Гьунаралъул санал 1829–1883
Адабияб мазгьаб Романтизм
Жанр
Асаразул мацІ Паранс
Машгьурал асарал
Автограф Гъулбас
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Виктор-Мари Юго (фр. Victor Marie Hugo, Халип:IPA-fr; 26 февраль, 1802 – 22 май, 1885) — романтизмалъул паранс шагІир, романчи, эссечи, драматург.


ХІужжаби[хисизабизе | вики-текст хисизабизе]

Иццал[хисизабизе | вики-текст хисизабизе]

  • Hugo, V.; American Anti-Slavery Society (1860). Letters on American Slavery from Victor Hugo, de Tocqueville, Emile de Girardin, Carnot, Passy, Mazzini, Humboldt, O. Lafayette—etc. HeinOnline: Slavery in America and the world: history, culture & law. American Anti-Slavery Society.
  • Herrington, E. (2005). The Afterlife of John Brown. Palgrave Macmillan US. ISBN 978-1-4039-7846-2.
  • Langellier, J.P. (2014). Dictionnaire Victor Hugo. Dictionnaires-Atlas-Encyclopédies (in французский). Place des éditeurs. ISBN 978-2-262-04938-6.
  • l'Esclavage, Mémoires des abolitions de History.

ТІадеги цІалиялъе[хисизабизе | вики-текст хисизабизе]

  • Afran, Charles (1997). “Victor Hugo: French Dramatist”. Website: Discover France. (Originally published in Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, 1997, v.9.0.1.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Azurmendi, Joxe, (1985). Victor Hugo Euskal Herrian, Jakin, 37: 137–66. Website: Jakingunea.
  • Bates, Alfred (1906). “Victor Hugo”. Website: Theatre History. (Originally published in The Drama: Its History, Literature and Influence on Civilization, vol. 9. ed. Alfred Bates. London: Historical Publishing Company, 1906. pp. 11–13.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Bates, Alfred (1906). “Hernani”. Website: Theatre History. (Originally published in The Drama: Its History, Literature and Influence on Civilization, vol. 9. ed. Alfred Bates. London: Historical Publishing Company, 1906. pp. 20–23.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Bates, Alfred (1906). “Hugo's Cromwell”. Website: Theatre History. (Originally published in The Drama: Its History, Literature and Influence on Civilization, vol. 9. ed. Alfred Bates. London: Historical Publishing Company, 1906. pp. 18–19.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Bittleston, Misha. "Drawings of Victor Hugo". Website: Misha Bittleston. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Burnham, I.G. (1896). "Amy Robsart". Website: Theatre History. (Originally published in Victor Hugo: Dramas. Philadelphia: The Rittenhouse Press, 1896. pp. 203–06, 401–02.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th Edition (2001–05). "Hugo, Victor Marie, Vicomte". Website: Bartleby, Great Books Online. Retrieved November 2005. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Haine, W. Scott (1997). "Victor Hugo". Encyclopedia of 1848 Revolutions. Website: Ohio University. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Karlins, N.F. (1998). "Octopus With the Initials V.H." Website: ArtNet. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Liukkonen, Petri (2000). Халип:Books and Writers
  • Meyer, Ronald Bruce (2004). Victor Hugo at the Wayback Machine (archived 8 май 2006). Website: Ronald Bruce Meyer. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Portasio, Manoel (2009). "Victor Hugo e o Espiritismo". Website: Sir William Crookes Spiritist Society. (Portuguese) Retrieved August 2010.
  • Robb, Graham (1997). "A Sabre in the Night". Website: The New York Times (Books). (Excerpt from Graham, Robb (1997). Victor Hugo: A Biography. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Roche, Isabel (2005). "Victor Hugo: Biography". Meet the Writers. Website: Barnes & Noble. (From the Barnes & Noble Classics edition of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 2005.) Retrieved November 2005.
  • Schneider, Maria do Carmo M (2010). http://www.miniweb.com.br/Literatura/Artigos/imagens/victor_hugo/face_oculta.pdf Archived 29 март 2017 at the Wayback Machine. Website: MiniWeb Educacao. (Portuguese) Retrieved August 2010.
  • State Library of Victoria (2014). "Victor Hugo: Les Misérables – From Page to Stage". Website: Retrieved July 2014.
  • Uncited author. "Victor Hugo". Website: Spartacus Educational. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Uncited author. "Timeline of Victor Hugo". Website: BBC. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Uncited author. (2000–2005). "Victor Hugo". Website: The Literature Network. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Uncited author. "Hugo Caricature". Website: Présence de la Littérature a l'école. Retrieved November 2005.
  • Barbou, Alfred (1882). Victor Hugo and His Times. University Press of the Pacific: 2001 paperback edition. ISBN 0-89875-478-X
  • Barnett, Marva A., ed. (2009). Victor Hugo on Things That Matter: A Reader. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-12245-4
  • Brombert, Victor H. (1984). Victor Hugo and the Visionary Novel. Boston: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-93550-0
  • Davidson, A.F. (1912). Victor Hugo: His Life and Work. University Press of the Pacific: 2003 paperback edition. ISBN 1-4102-0778-1
  • Dow, Leslie Smith (1993). Adele Hugo: La Miserable. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions. ISBN 0-86492-168-3
  • Falkayn, David (2001). Guide to the Life, Times, and Works of Victor Hugo. University Press of the Pacific. ISBN 0-89875-465-8
  • Feller, Martin (1988). Der Dichter in der Politik. Victor Hugo und der Deutsch-Französische Krieg von 1870/71. Untersuchungen zum französischen Deutschlandbild und zu Hugos Rezeption in Deutschland. Marburg: Doctoral Dissertation.
  • Frey, John Andrew (1999). A Victor Hugo Encyclopedia. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-29896-3
  • Grant, Elliot (1946). The Career of Victor Hugo. Harvard University Press. Out of print.
  • Halsall, A.W. et al. (1998). Victor Hugo and the Romantic Drama. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-4322-4
  • Hart, Simon Allen (2004). Lady in the Shadows: The Life and Times of Julie Drouet, Mistress, Companion and Muse to Victor Hugo. Publish American. ISBN 1-4137-1133-2
  • Houston, John Porter (1975). Victor Hugo. New York: Twayne Publishers. ISBN 0-8057-2443-5
  • Hovasse, Jean-Marc (2001), Victor Hugo: Avant l'exil. Paris: Fayard. ISBN 2-213-61094-0
  • Hovasse, Jean-Marc (2008), Victor Hugo: Pendant l'exil I. Paris: Fayard. ISBN 2-213-62078-4
  • Ireson, J.C. (1997). Victor Hugo: A Companion to His Poetry. Clarendon Press. ISBN 0-19-815799-1
  • Maurois, Andre (1956). Olympio: The Life of Victor Hugo. New York: Harper & Brothers.
  • Maurois, Andre (1966). Victor Hugo and His World. London: Thames and Hudson. Out of print.
  • O'Neill, J, ed. (2000). Romanticism & the school of nature : nineteenth-century drawings and paintings from the Karen B. Cohen collection. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. (contains information on Hugo's drawings)
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