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MonkeyNotes-The Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo
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QUESTIONS

Quasimodo’s first appearance in the novel is comic; his second is
threatening and evil. He is a character full of contrasts in
appearance and personality. Describe him in detail, giving
specifics from the novel to support your opinions.

Why is Quasimodo considered the protagonist of the plot?
Explain his antagonists and the outcome of his story.

Claude Frollo has two sides to his personality. Compare his early
aspirations and goals to his eventual downfall.

Compare and contrast Esmeralda and Quasimodo. Why are they
perfect complements to one another?

What is Quasimodo’s relationship to the bells of Notre-Dame?
How do the bells both harm and protect Quasimodo?

What causes Quasimodo’s relationship with the bells to change?
Explain why you think this is good or bad.


Explain how appearances are deceiving in the novel.

Explain how fate plays an important role in the novel, giving at
least three specific examples of how fate affects the outcome of
the plot.

How is the character of Quasimodo in keeping with the
Romantic Literary movement?

Describe Phoebus as a character. Explain if you think he is a
villain.

Discuss the irony of Claude Frollo’s religious position and his
wicked behavior.

Explain the details and the importance of the final scene in the
vault at Montfaucon.

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