Frollo lusts after Esmeralda, however, and, unable to tolerate her love for Phoebus, kills his rival. Here he locates Esmeralda's remains and he stays with them until he too, dies. On one of them, they had a unique custom. They're able to get back up onto the guardrail, and Quasi pushes Esmeralda to safety as Frollo nearly hits them again. The author described his inner beauty while his exterior was rather unpleasant.
He was born an invalid, blind and hunchbacked. Gudule curses Esmerelda and shows her a baby slipper that once belonged to her long-lost daughter. Seeing this, Esmeralda runs to the stairwell. He is a comic relief throughout the book, and his complete ignorance is something to laugh at. On the street, Frollo encountered Phoebus and made a deal with him that allowed him to observe the meeting of Phoebus and Esmeralda. Archdeacon Claude Frollo appears and stops the parade and orders Quasimodo back to Notre Dame with him. At first, she finds it hard to even look at Quasimodo, but they form an uneasy friendship.
As Esmeralda is marched to die on the gallows, Quasimodo leaps from the building above and carries her to the sanctuary of the church. In addition to those traits, Hugo also includes other major themes, like the negatives of the legal system of the day and capital punishment. Fixed in his mind, Frollo lights the mill himself, which burns quickly. Phoebus, being freed, delivers the warning that Frollo would attack at dawn. They go out to a balcony where Frollo tasks Phoebus with the top priority of rooting out the Gypsies by finding and destroying their safe haven, which they call the Court of Miracles. We are thankful of their contributions and encourage you to make your own.
Victor started to write the book on 25th June 1830, and the plot began on January the 6th, 1482. Even though he is deaf, he enjoys being around her when she sings. When scorned, he resorts to a physical assault, but is stopped by Quasimodo. The judge, who is also deaf, mistakenly believes Quasimodo has mocked him, and so sentences him to a public whipping. He smiles, but notices Quasimodo standing to the side awkwardly. Despite the fact that he is a philosopher, Gringoire is unaware about everything next to himself.
Quasimodo disappeared after the two deaths. The love of both Quasimodo and Frollo for La Esmeralda complicate the plot of the novel. Before her execution, La Esmerelda is publicly humiliated in front of Notre Dame. He also took care of his younger brother Jehan. Frollo is furious, and Phoebus is infatuated.
Outwardly, he obsessively upholds and enforces the rules of the Notre Dame Cathedral, inwardly however he burns with a fanatical lust for Esmeralda. Quasimodo ran towards Esmeralda, but she was gone. Gringoire was sure that one of them was Quasimodo, and he assumed that the other one was Frollo. Frollo convinces him with philosophical arguments and tricks him into believing that he is destined to die saving Esmeralda. She nearly swears at him he stops her--pointing out they're in a church , picks up a large candelabrum, and proceeds to duel with him--accompanied with appropriate banter. Phoebus, alive and well, returns to his former life. We see him as a person, and for this reason, a reader manages to be able to experience compassion and sorrow for the fate of the hunchback.
Upon landing, however, the group was ambushed and arrested. Frollo believed that Esmeralda was dead, but soon he found out she was alive and very close to him. Regardless, he repeatedly tries to convince Esmeralda to give herself to him, but is always refused. Afterward, Esmeralda and Djali sneak into the cathedral disguised as a hunched old man in a hooded cloak similar to Quasimodo's disguise earlier. Still, this understanding is not considered by Hugo.
Pierre Gringoire, a struggling poet and philosopher, tries unsuccessfully to get the crowd to watch his play instead of the parade. He was a precocious child, deciding at an early age to become a writer. Esmeralda and Phoebus talk while Quasimodo watches and listens nearby. She checks to see if he's alright, and he tries in vain to hide his face. She made it to the doors of the Cathedral of Notre Dame to claim sanctuary, but because it was nighttime the doors were locked. After a moment of silence, Quasimodo feels inspired to help Esmeralda escape her current predicament as payback for her kindness to him earlier. Inside, Frollo is interrogating the miller about a Gypsy talisman that was found on their property.