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The Hunchback of Notre-Dame: Novel Summary: Book II Analysis

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This book is delivered from the perspective of Pierre Gringoire and reveals him to be a very likable person who is able to see the humor in almost any situation. His ordeal before the King of Truand has a comical air that contrasts the threat to his life. Though something of a clown and motivated by self-interest, Gringoire does not hesitate to rush to Esmeralda's aid when she is seized by Quasimodo. As such, he emerges from the book as a sympathetic character. Hugo characteristically interjects his own brand of humor in this section when he relates the manner in which the stolen mattress was mistaken for a miraculous artifact after the fact of Gringoire's flight. Esmeralda, however, emerges as something of a mystery though she too

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