Notre-Dame de Paris - Livre + audio-online - Victor Hugo
Level: B1 | Audience: Adolescent/ Adult
Paris, 1482. The beautiful bohemian Esmeralda dances in the streets to the sound of a tambourine. Her youth and beauty attract the attention of many men: the archdeacon of Notre-Dame, the captain of the archers, Phoebus de Châteaupers, and the poet Pierre Gringoire who becomes her husband. Quasimodo, the cathedral bell ringer, a poor man, hunchbacked, one-eyed and deaf, is also very much in love with her ... But who is this beautiful Esmeralda? And how does she respond to the love of these men?
CLE International French Easy Readers, Lectures CLE en français facile, are designed to appeal to a wide range of tastes and ages. Every title has the following features: an introduction to the text and author, supportive illustrations, footnotes on each page explaining the more difficult vocabulary, and a thematic and cultural mini-glossary at the end of the book, together with a set of comprehension questions. Each title is accompanied by an audio version of the text on CD MP3 or as an audio download.