Victor Hugo and the civilization of man

The relationship of man with himself, with nature and with animals through the eyes of Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo (1802 - Paris, 1885) was a poet, playwright and romantic French writer, considered one of the most important writers in Gallic language. He was also a political and intellectual committed and influential, and his involvement earned him a sentence of 20 years in exile. His views, moral and political at the same time, and his outstanding work made him an iconic character that allowed later generations of writers reflect on the involvement and commitment of the writers in political and social life.


Victor Hugo and the civilization of man


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Gerardo Martinez

¿Dónde escribió esto Víctor Hugo? ¿Cuál es la referencia bibliográfica?