The Hunchback of Notre Dame Poster$35.99
A 24″x36″ book poster containing up to Chapter 1 of the 10th Book of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Here, the bell-ringer Quasimodo looks up at his lifelong home, the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
Written in the early 1830s by Frenchman Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame follows the tragically intertwining lives of deformed bell-ringer Quasimodo, his guardian and priest Frollo, the young Gypsy La Esmerelda, and her ultimately doomed love Phoebus. In addition to this cast, the city of Paris and the gothic architecture of Notre Dame are rich characters in their own right. A quintessential example of Romanticism, The Hunchback of Notre Dame has been beloved through the years for its sympathetic portrayal of Quasimodo and its exploration of appearance and identity. The novel’s themes of revolution, class struggle and free will continue to resonate with audiences today.