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revolution
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

14 uses
  • The eighteenth century gives the Encyclopedia, the revolution gives the Moniteur.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (99% in)
  • A rare genius who in a time of revolution would have made a brilliant appearance on the surface of events, but who in the fifteenth century was reduced to cavernous intrigues, and to "living in mines," as the Duc de Saint-Simon expresses it.
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (97% in)
  • The attention of the populace, like the sun, pursued its revolution; having set out from one end of the hall, and halted for a space in the middle, it had now reached the other end.
    1.1.5 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 5 — Quasimodo (10% in)
  • One can distinguish on its ruins three sorts of lesions, all three of which cut into it at different depths; first, time, which has insensibly notched its surface here and there, and gnawed it everywhere; next, political and religious revolution, which, blind and wrathful by nature, have flung themselves tumultuously upon it, torn its rich garment of carving and sculpture, burst its rose windows, broken its necklace of arabesques and tiny figures, torn out its statues, sometimes...
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (36% in)
  • Fashions have wrought more harm than revolutions.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (39% in)
  • And then they have made it over; a presumption of which neither time nor revolutions at least have been guilty.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (40% in)
  • Deeds of violence, brutalities, contusions, fractures; this is the work of the revolutions from Luther to Mirabeau.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (45% in)
  • The centuries, the revolutions, which at least devastate with impartiality and grandeur, have been joined by a cloud of school architects, licensed, sworn, and bound by oath; defacing with the discernment and choice of bad taste, substituting the ~chicorées~ of Louis XV. for the Gothic lace, for the greater glory of the Parthenon.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (46% in)
  • Our revolution has twice set its seal upon its front.
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (84% in)
  • To demolish the constructed word, a social revolution, a terrestrial revolution are required.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (53% in)
  • To demolish the constructed word, a social revolution, a terrestrial revolution are required.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (54% in)
  • It is the mother of revolution.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (55% in)
  • Before the invention of printing, reform would have been merely a schism; printing converted it into a revolution.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (68% in)
  • All at once, at the moment when the wheel in its revolution presented to Master Pierrat, the humped back of Quasimodo, Master Pierrat raised his arm; the fine thongs whistled sharply through the air, like a handful of adders, and fell with fury upon the wretch's shoulders.
    1.6.4 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 4 — A Tear for a Drop of Water (35% in)

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