Who wrote 27The Hunchback of Notre Dame27?
Victor Hugo wrote The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.
Victor Hugo wrote The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.
The author of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame is Victor Hugo (1802-1885).......the book was published in 1831
Les Miserables was written by Victor Hugo. I'm not sure about the Hunchback of Notre Dam; Google it.
"The Hunchback" (1997) was written by John Fasano. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1996) was written by Christine Blum and Geefwee Boedoe. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1986) was written by Eddy Graham. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1982) was written by John Gay. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1977) was written by Robert Muller. "Notre Dame de Paris" (1956) was written by Jean Aurenche and Jacques Prevert. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1939) was… Read More
Victor Hugo Victor Hugo. The author famous for the Hunchback of Notre Dame is Victor Hugo. Victor Hugo is a French writer and is considered one of the greatest French Writers.
There is no work called Quasimodo. However, Quasimodo is the main character in Victor Hugo's famous novel the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Victor, Hugo, and Laverne. Victor Hugo wrote the novel, and Laverne is one of the Andrews sisters.
The author of this popular story is Victor Hugo. It was later adapted into a cartoon by Disney.
Yes. It was written by Victor Hugo, who lived from 1802 to 1885. In addition to writing Les Miserables, he wrote The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (Notre Dame de Paris) and a host of other things.
Hugo, Victor Marie (1802-1885), French poet, novelist, and playwright, wrote 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'. His great historical novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831; trans. 1833), a tale set in 15th-century Paris, made him popular and brought him, in 1841, election to the Académie Française. Book and Lyrics by Charles Seymour, Jr Music and Orchestrations by Neil Radisch Comment I'm interested to know what answer is actually correct because I need to know which… Read More
Victor Hugo wrote several famous books set in Paris. Examples of his works include "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame" and "Les Miserables."
Victor Hugo, who was in a sense, the French Dickens, as he explored social problems such as prejudice in Hunchback and poverty and crime in (les Miserables) Yank writers, apart from the rough angles of the Frontier, did not get involved with social problems in the nineteenth century. Britons and M Hugo did.
He wrote 272 articles with his brother. He published his first collection of poetry in 1822, published eight plays, and seven volumes of poetry. Some of his novels include: Han d'islande and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Norte Dame cathedral has over 4,999 gargoyles and many priceless paintings. It also has a huge bell name Emmanuel that ways over 28,000 pounds.In 1831 Victor Hugo wrote the story of "Hunchback of Notre Dame" to brighten the spirits of people in France because they thought it was vulgar. -- Julia
The actual movie is not, but the movie comes from a novel (that's a little different from the animated movie). However there have been found evidence that there was a "real-life Quasimodo", a humpbacked stone carver who worked at Notre Dame during the 1820's. The evidence is contained in the memoirs of Henry Sibson, a 19th-century British sculptor who worked at Notre Dame at around the same time Hugo wrote the novel.
William Studwell was a professor that wrote the Notre Dame fight song. The fight song is band's most played and most popular song. The Notre Dame song was best fight song ever made.
Original Title: Notre Dame de Paris Author: Victor Hugo Published: 1831
Dean Martin(June 7, 1917 - December 25, 1995) wrote the song and it was his first serious hit regards Le Hunchback
Who Was the French composer that created the earliest complete mass for four voices by a single composer?
Guillaume de Machaut who wrote The Notre Dame Mass around 1360-1365.
Victor Hugo was a French author in the nineteenth century. He wrote poetry, plays, novels and an autobiography. Two of his most famous works in North America are the novels "Les Miserables" and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", but in France he is more famous for his plays and poetry. He also played a role in French politics of the time, opposing and criticizing the tyranny of Louis Napoleon (later Emperor Napoleon III). When Louis… Read More
Henri was a Roman Catholic priest. He taught at Notre Dame, Yale, and Harvard. He wrote a great many books, probably the best known is "The Wounded Healer". He died about ten years ago of a heart attack in his native Holland.
(he/she wrote) - kirjutas ; (i wrote) - kirjutasin ; (they wrote, you wrote) - kirjutasid
Wrote is the past tense of write. She wrote down the address. They wrote a cookbook.
Jason Graham wrote a poem called "I Wrote your Name into my Heart" I wrote your name into the sky, But the wind blew it away. I wrote your name into the sand, but the waves washed it away. I wrote your name into my heart, And forever it will stay.
i wrote it
Justin Bieber wrote "Baby".Hope this helped. :) He wrote it himself He wrote it himself
Victor Hugo wrote a chapter about a maÃ¯ze pancake (actually he wrote about the sourdough containing maÃ¯ze). Corn was introduced in Europe by Christopher Columbus when he came back fo one of his two first expeditions, so no later than June 1496. Corn cultivation is attested in south western France in 1612, about two hundred years before the birth of Victor Hugo.
Who Wrote This Book was written by James Magee.
the billy goat wrote the note that the billy goat wrote
I wrote a short note. I hope I get the note she wrote.
Matthew wrote the Gospel of Matthew. Mark wrote the gospel of Mark. Luke wrote the Gospel of Luke. John wrote the gospel of John. Luke also wrote Acts.
when was the constitution wrote
When he was wrote...?
No,Who wrote it?
I wrote it
Who wrote the Euclid and it was a.....
It was Charles Dickens who wrote Oliver Twist He wrote it in 1838
they wrote about life What were some of the things the Maya wrote about?
Mitchell Parish wrote the lyrics to Stardust. (Hoagy Carmichael wrote the music.) Mitchell Parish wrote the lyrics to Stardust. (Hoagy Carmichael wrote the music.)
Shakespeare wrote in ink. Shakespeare wrote in the Elizabethan Era. Shakespeare wrote in London, England. Shakespeare wrote in Early Modern English Shakespeare wrote in blank verse
The names of the gospels are the names of the people who wrote them. In this case it would be Matthew who wrote Matthew and Luke who wrote Luke.
Ray Stevens wrote the Streak. He also wrote Ahab The Arab.
Carly wrote the lyrics and Michael McDonald wrote the music.
The author Avi is the one who wrote "What do fish have to do with anything?"
It's a play when Shakespeare wrote it, a poem when Arthur Brooke wrote it, a short story when Luigi da Porto wrote it, a symphonic poem when Tchaikovsky wrote it, a ballet when Prokofiev wrote it, and a popular song when Dire Straits wrote it.
Aristotle wrote Politics.