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Bug-Jargal (1826; first published as a short story in 1819) is an early novel by French writer Victor Hugo (1802-1885). It describes the friendship between the enslaved African prince Bug-Jargal and Leopold D'Auverney, a French military officer, during the slave revolt in Santo Domingo of August, 1791, that would eventually lead to the creation of the republic of Haiti in 1804. --- Bug-Jargal, bla...

Paperback: 140 pages
Publisher: Mondial (July 11, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1595690956
ISBN-13: 978-1595690951
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 6833817
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I have read Hugo's Les Miserables, 93, The Man who Laughed, and am a great admirer of him, in fact he is one of my favorite authors. I was unaware that this book even existed until I did a search on Amazon. The book is one of his early books, and t...

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d son of a king, is a man "of the noblest moral and intellectual character, passionately in love with a white woman, yet tempering the wildest passion with the deepest respect... There is no reader of the tale, who can forget the entrancing interest of the scenes in the camp of the insurgent chief Biassou, or the death-struggle between Habibrah and D'Auverney, upon the brink of the cataract. The latter, in particular, is drawn with such intense force, that the reader seems almost to be a witness of the changing fortunes of the fight, and can hardly breathe freely till he comes to the close." (The Edinburgh Review)