What happens at the end of hunchback of Notre Dame?

What happens at the end of hunchback of Notre Dame?

Shortly thereafter Esmeralda is hanged, and Quasimodo, in his grief and despair, pushes Frollo from the cathedral tower. The novel ends many years later, when two skeletons—that of a hunchback and that of a woman—are found embracing in Esmeralda’s tomb. Hugo reports that Phoebus also came to a tragic end: “He married.”

Why didn’t Esmeralda end up with Quasimodo?

Yes, it was right for Esmeralda to chose Phoebus instead of Quasimodo. One theme of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame is that it’s not a person’s outward appearances that matter, but their inner character that truly defines who a person is.

What did Frollo want with Esmeralda?

That evening in the Palace of Justice, Frollo is disturbed by his attraction to Esmeralda which he believes is turning him to sin and pleads the Virgin Mary to protect him from her “spell” and to let Esmeralda taste the fires of Hell if she would not be his.

When the hunchback swings down on a rope from Notre Dame and carries La Esmeralda back to the cathedral what word he cried out loud?

He turns away from La Esmerelda and enters the house of his bride-to-be. Just then, Quasimodo swings down on a rope from Notre Dame and carries her back to the cathedral, crying out “Sanctuary!” He had fallen in love with her when she brought him water and had been planning her escape all along.

What is the moral lesson of The Hunchback of Notre Dame?

In conclusion, although it is beautiful to let yourself be immersed in an imaginary place of fables once in a while, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is the most moral building and realistic Disney movie of all. It teaches us how looks can be deceiving, as shown in Quasimodos unfortunate case.

How are you going to describe Frollo?

In the novel. Dom Claude Frollo is a pious and highly knowledgeable man who was orphaned along with his younger brother Jehan when their parents died of the plague. His studies led him to become the Archdeacon of Josas, which is his position during the events of the novel.

Who does Quasimodo marry?

Madellaine is the deuteragonist in The Hunchback of Notre Dame II. She is the assistant of circus ringmaster/master thief Sarousch and the romantic love interest, girlfriend and sweetheart of Quasimodo.

What is the theme of the story The Hunchback of Notre Dame?

By 1845, a massive restoration program of Notre Dame began. The novel is primarily concerned with the theme of revolution and social strife. Hugo was profoundly concerned by the class differences that set the 1789 French Revolution in motion.

What is the point of view of The Hunchback of Notre Dame?

Third Person (Omniscient)

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