The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo

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The Man Who Laughs

Publisher: Estes and Lauriat
ISBN/ASIN: 1934169013
Number of pages: 410

The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo is a superb narrative of a young man who, as a child, was abducted, sold and deformed -- obstensibly for profit, but, as it turns out, for dark political reasons as well. This is a highly readable translation.

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