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VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. He stands in need, therefore, of no monument. He has built his own, the only one necessary to his fame. He asks no “labour of an age in piled stones.” Victor Hugo, on the other hand, would turn restlessly in his grave if he thought that visible ...

Published: Wednesday 15 July 1914
Newspaper: Guernsey Evening Press and Star
County: Guernsey, Guernsey
Type: Article | Words: 257 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Sir,—Why Miss Edith Carey takes exception to what I said in my last note on Victor Hugo is not quite clear to me. While searching in all sorts of places for information about Hugo in Guernsey I came across two diametrically ...

Published: Wednesday 11 February 1914
Newspaper: Guernsey Evening Press and Star
County: Guernsey, Guernsey
Type: Article | Words: 405 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Apparently we have little more than three months in which to make the necessary arrangements for the erection of a statue to Victor Hugo in Guernsey, and for the fetes with which the occasion will be celebrated. Up to the present, however ...

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Mrs. de Havilland gives in the Literary Supplement of the ““ Contemporary Review ”’ a lively picture of Victor Hugo’s domestic arrangements at Hauteville House during his exile in Guernsey, where Mme. Hugo and Mme. Dronet, ...

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Sir,—Should your correspondemt “Querist 7 favour me with a visit, 1 can give him the desired information he seeks respecting the late French poet and novelist Victor Hugo, who when residing in Guernsey entrusted me with the binding of his ...

Victor Hugo

... Hamivrox, B.A. A full-lenfth portrait of Victor Hugo hangigfi iuLtge arge reta.d:iug-room of thoe] G&lille¢s Library, was to-day appropriately decorated with laurel-leaves. Above the likeness were the words “ Vicror HuGo—CENTENARY; while at the foot appeared ...

Published: Wednesday 26 February 1902
Newspaper: Guernsey Evening Press and Star
County: Guernsey, Guernsey
Type: Article | Words: 262 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Alderney was very peaceful and quiet all day Tuesday, a great number of its inhabitants having gone to CGuernsey for the Victor Hugo Fétes. The Courier took about 70 on Sunday, and 116 on Tuesday. The Fawn also took its quota on Monday. People ...

VICTOR HUGO

... VICTOR HUGO. Among all the objects associated with Victor Hugo, now on exhibition at his old residence, particular attention cen: tres around a glass case containing some of his imaginative drawings. The chief interest lies in the fact that they all deal ...

VICTOR HUGO CELEBRATION

... VICTOR HUGO CELEBRATION (Extract from District Orders of July 9). G His Excellency the General Officer Commanding wishes to thank all ranks of the 17th Company, Royal Garrison Artillerv, the 2nd Battalion A.P.W.O. Yorkshire Regiment, the Royal Guernsey ...

VICTOR HUGO STATUE

... VICTOR HUGO STATUE. M. Trochu, a pupil of M. Jean Boucher, left Paris for Guernsey vesterday. We understand that M. Trochu is to dress the pedestal of the statue in order to bring it into harmony with the base formed of boulders from Lancresse. ...

VICTOR HUGO SCCIETY

... VICTOR HUGO SCCIETY. We learn from the ¢ Bulletin de la Socidte Vietor Hugo ™ that the Society have arranged an excursion from Paris to Guernsey on Sunday, Monday, and Tuoesdav, May 26, 27 and 28. “RA g‘rohul‘l.- that members of the Comadw rancaise will ...