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The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a story of jealousy romance and hatred All these feelings over one girl La Esmeralda It takes place in Paris during the late fifteenth century The first character you are introduced to is Pierre Gringoire He is a play writer who is having his play performed for the double holiday of the Epiphany and the Festival of Fools Pierre was trying to keep the play going but gave up when the audience was distracted again by their favorite and most famed gypsy La Esmeralda She had entered the square and caught the attention of most people While La Esmeralda was dancing Claud Frollo the Archdeacon was watching her When every thing was over and it was night Pierre with nowhere to go followed La Esmeralda in search of a bed and fire When he was following her two men jumped out at La Esmeralda and seized her Pierre try to help but was easily thrown aside by a strong beast Luckily a Captain on a horse was passing by and saved La Esmeralda When Pierre woke up it was still night and he still had nowhere to go so he wandered He soon found himself in dreaded Court of Miracles This is where all the thieves lived He was caught and brought to trial by the leaders and was about to be hanged when La Esmeralda agreed to take him to be her husband Pierre soon found out this act was only an act of pity and there was no love Now to tell you what happened to Quasimodo Claud Frollo had adopted Quasimodo Claud was a very learned man the archdeacon of Notre Dame and a scientist He loved only his brother Jehan Quasimodo and the Church But now he found a new love that troubled him It was La Esmeralda Meanwhile Quasimodo was put on trial for attacking La Esmeralda and condemned to lashes When he was
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