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  • Book First: Chapter I. The Grand Hall
  • Book First: Chapter II. Pierre Gringoire
  • Book First: Chapter III. Monsieur the Cardinal
  • Book First: Chapter IV. Master Jacques Coppenole
  • Book First: Chapter V. Quasimodo
  • Book First: Chapter VI. Esmeralda
  • Book Second: Chapter I. From Charybdis to Scylla
  • Book Second: Chapter II. The Place de Grève
  • Book Second: Chapter III. Kisses for Blows
  • Book Second: Chapter IV. The Inconveniences of Following a Pretty Woman through the Streets in the Evening
  • Book Second: Chapter V. Result of the Dangers
  • Book Second: Chapter VI. The Broken Jug
  • Book Second: Chapter VII. A Bridal Night
  • Book Third: Chapter I. Notre-Dame
  • Book Third: Chapter II. A Bird's-eye View of Paris
  • Book Fourth: Chapter I. Good Souls
  • Book Fourth: Chapter II. Claude Frollo
  • Book Fourth: Chapter III. Immanis Pecoris Custos, Immanior Ipse
  • Book Fourth: Chapter IV. The Dog and his Master
  • Book Fourth: Chapter V. More about Claude Frollo
  • Book Fourth: Chapter VI. Unpopularity
  • Book Fifth: Chapter I. Abbas Beati Martini
  • Book Fifth: Chapter II. This will Kill That
  • Book Six: Chapter I. An Impartial Glance at the Ancient Magistracy
  • Book Six: Chapter II. The Rat-hole
  • Book Six: Chapter III. History of a Leavened Cake of Maize
  • Book Six: Chapter IV. A Tear for a Drop of Water
  • Book Seventh: Chapter I. The Danger of Confiding One's Secret to a Goat
  • Book Seventh: Chapter II. A Priest and a Philosopher are two Different Things
  • Book Seventh: Chapter IV. ANArKH
  • Book Seventh: Chapter V. The Two Men Clothed in Black
  • Book Seventh: Chapter VI. The Effect which Seven Oaths in the Open Air can Produce
  • Book Seventh: Chapter VII. The Mysterious Monk
  • Book Seventh: Chapter VIII. The Utility of Windows which Open on the River
  • Book Eight: Chapter I. The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf
  • Book Eight: Chapter II. Continuation of the Crown which was Changed into a Dry Leaf
  • Book Eight: Chapter III. End of the Crown which was Changed into a Dry Leaf
  • Book Eight: Chapter IV. Lasciate Ogni Speranza--Leave all hope behind, ye who Enter here
  • Book Eight: Chapter V. The Mother
  • Book Eight: Chapter VI. Three Human Hearts differently Constructed
  • Book Ninth: Chapter I. Delirium
  • Book Ninth: Chapter II. Hunchbacked, One Eyed, Lame
  • Book Ninth: Chapter III. Deaf
  • Book Ninth: Chapter IV. Earthenware and Crystal
  • Book Ninth: Chapter V. The Key to the Red Door
  • Book Ninth: Chapter VI. Continuation of the Key to the Red Door
  • Book Tenth: Chapter I. Gringoire has Many Good Ideas in Succession.--Rue des Bernardins
  • Book Tenth: Chapter II. Turn Vagabond
  • Book Tenth: Chapter III. Long Live Mirth
  • Book Tenth: Chapter IV. An Awkward Friend
  • Book Tenth: Chapter V. The Retreat in which Monsieur Louis of France says his Prayers
  • Book Tenth: Chapter VI. Little Sword in Pocket
  • Book Tenth: Chapter VII. Chateaupers to the Rescue
  • Book Eleventh: Chapter I. The Little Shoe
  • Book Eleventh: Chapter II. The Beautiful Creature Clad in White
  • Book Eleventh: Chapter III. The Marriage of Pinnbus
  • Book Eleventh: Chapter IV. The Marriage of Quasimodo
  • Note added to Definitive Edition
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