Victor Hugo Quote

The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some providential event, becomes, in a certain time, hatred of society, then hatred of the human race, and then hatred of creation, and reveals itself by a vague and incessant desire to injure some living being, it matters not who.


Les Misérables: Fantine (ed. Library of Alexandria, 1862)

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The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some...

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The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some...

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The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some...

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The beginning as well as the end of all his thoughts was hatred of human law, that hatred which, if it be not checked in its growth by some...