The Hunchback of Notre-Dame: Novel Summary: Book IV Chapter 6

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Claude Frollo and Quasimodo were very unpopular and often when they walked the streets together they were subjected to various jibes and insults. Quasimodo was deaf and did not hear and his master was too deep in thought to notice.

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