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Victor Hugo: The poet, artist and activist

Considered the greatest and best known French writer of all times, Victor Marie-Hugo was born in Besancon, eastern France, on February 26, 1802.

From an early stage, he showed a commitment to raising social justice issues and giving voice to the oppressed, as well as standing against capital punishment. Read more.

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