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Claude Gueux

by Victor Hugo

Publié en 1834, ce livre explore les thèmes de l'injustice sociale et du système pénal. L'histoire se déroule dans la France du XIXe siècle et suit le destin tragique de Claude Gueux, un homme pauvre et sans instruction. Victime des injustices sociales et de la misère, Claude se retrouve impliqué dans un acte criminel. Condamné à une peine de prison, il est confronté à un système pénal impitoyable qui ne laisse aucune chance de réhabilitation. À travers le personnage de Claude Gueux, Victor Hugo dénonce les inégalités sociales et la cruauté de la société envers les plus démunis. L'auteur met en lumière les conditions de vie déplorables des classes défavorisées et soulève des questions sur la responsabilité de la société dans la création de criminels. "Claude Gueux" est un livre puissant qui incite à la réflexion sur les problèmes sociaux et éthiques de l'époque, mais qui résonne également avec pertinence dans notre société moderne. L'œuvre de Victor Hugo est connue pour son engagement politique et son plaidoyer en faveur des droits de l'homme, et "Claude Gueux" ne fait pas exception. Ce roman a contribué à susciter le débat sur la réforme du système pénal et a été une source d'inspiration pour de nombreux mouvements de justice sociale. Avec une écriture captivante et une histoire profondément émouvante, "Claude Gueux" reste un classique intemporel de la littérature française. Que vous soyez passionné par la justice sociale, l'inégalité ou tout simplement par la beauté de la prose de Victor Hugo, ce livre ne vous laissera pas indifférent.

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Victor-Marie Hugo was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist of the Romantic Movement. During a literary career that spanned more than sixty years, he wrote abundantly in an exceptional variety of gen...

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