Top Inspiring Victor Hugo Images Quotes and Sayings

Top Inspiring Victor Hugo Images Quotes and Great Sayings 




Vicomte Victor Marie Hugo, the French poet and novelist; born at Besan9on, Feb. 26, 1802; published his first poems, 1822; became chief of the Romantic School by the production of his dramas between 1830-32; published "Notre Dame de Paris," 1831; " Les Miserables," 1862; admitted to the Academy, 1841; peer of France, 1845; member of the Constituent Assembly after the Revolution of 1848, with which he heartily sympathized; banished by Napoleon after the coup d'etat of 1851, and returned to France the day after Sedan, Sept. 5, 1870; member of the Assembly, and senator.

Victor Hugo


As for me, an old man, I shall be without arms. It will be enough for me to be with the people who die! I pity you for being with the people who kill.
Victor Hugo


If I were Jesus Christ, I would save Judas.
Victor Hugo

Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth of old age.
Victor Hugo

"Labor is life. thought is light.
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Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo


I wish liberty to all, as I wish light to all.
Victor Hugo

Because we have had Napoleon the Great, must we have Napoleon the Little?
Victor Hugo

There are two men whom a lofty ambition might propose to themselves as models, Napoleon and Washington. ... I am not a great man, I cannot copy Napoleon, but I am an honest man, I shall imitate Washington.
Victor Hugo


I am only a proscribed man: you are only a minister.
Victor Hugo

he addressed a letter to Lord Palmerston, in which he said, "We inhabit, you and I, sir, the infinitely little. I am only a proscribed man: you are only a minister. I am ashes: you are dust. Sir, keep your frivolities for the earth: do not offer them to eternity."
Victor Hugo


Victor Hugo


There is no such thing as a small country. The greatness of a people is no more affected by the number of its inhabitants than the greatness of an individual is measured by his height; " and again, "Whoever presents a great example is great
Victor Hugo

On the day when the republic returns, I shall return." Here I am!
Victor Hugo


It is through fraternity that liberty is saved.
Victor Hugo


There has been an Athens, there has been a Rome, and there is a Paris. Paris is nothing but immense hospitality.
Victor Hugo



Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo


Kings are for nations in their swaddling clothes: France has attained her majority.
Victor Hugo

Today I am banished from the theatre, tomorrow I shall be banished from the country. Today I am gagged, tomorrow I shall be transported. Today it is literature that is in a state of siege, to-morrow it will be the city.
Victor Hugo



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