Victor Hugo

Victor HugoIn existographies, Victor Hugo (1802-1885) (IQ:180|#178) (Cattell 1000:142) [RGM:413|1,320+] (Murray 4000:13|WL) (CR:10) was a French romantic poet, novelist, and dramatist, noted for []

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Hugo’s Les Miserables (1862), in the sense of “chemical alter ego”, of note, is cited in Gary Freedman’s unusual “The Chemistry of Human Relationships” blog. [1] It is also ranked as having an “enormous” influence on Leo Tolstoy, in the age range of 35 to 50, in his reading list rankings. [2]

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The following are quotes by Hugo:

“To love is to act.”
— Victor Hugo (1885), scribbled note (Ѻ) two days before reaction end (death), May

References
1. Freedman, Gary. (2010). “Chemistry of Human Relationships”, My Daily Struggles, Blogspot.com, Dec 20.
2. Popova, Maria. (2014). “Tolstoy’s Reading List: Essential Books for Each Stage of Life” (Ѻ), BrainPickings.org, Nov 30.

External links
Victor Hugo – Wikipedia.

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