Looking for something to eat, Gringoire admires the graceful beauty of La Esmerelda, a gypsy street dancer, and decides to follow her home. When she shows Esmeralda the little shoe of her lost child, Esmeralda produces its mate from the necklace she always wears. Before he can enact his plan, Frollo arrives with Quasi's lunch, and the gargoyles revert to inanimate stone they only come alive when Quasi's alone. Just read it, it's a classic. When Frollo discovers that she escaped, he instigates a citywide manhunt for her which involves countless houses in his way. He arrested the men, but when he ordered his troops to take the bundle in the woman's arms mistakenly assuming them to be stolen goods , she ran.
As Esmeralda is put to death Frollo laughs, and this proves too much for Quasimodo. Love to mom, dad, and Jerome! Frollo drags Esmeralda to the Place de Grève and demands that she choose between him and the gallows. Esmeralda thinks Phoebus tricked her into staying in place for her to get caught. Much love and gratitude to her family, friends, and Mike for their incredible support. The whole of Paris ironically enjoys Quasimodo's singing while at the same time detesting him for his ugliness.
From the dizzying heights of its stony gaze, he offers the reader a subjective view of Paris. National Tour: The Book of Mormon 2nd National Tour. Until one young lady came along… 6. I hope you enjoy it and continue to read my posts. He prays also through song about how in spite of his moral strength relative to others, he has fallen for Esmeralda, thus committing the sin of lust. Frollo reads from a parchment, declaring Esmeralda's crime to be that of witchcraft, and that death is her punishment.
Pierre Gringoire, a struggling poet and philosopher, tries unsuccessfully to get the crowd to watch his play instead of the parade. Through the character of Frollo and said musical scene, we get a peek of the original story: a trace of the harsh criticism to the Church and its undeniable power. The Sack Woman, finally reunited with her long-lost child, tries desperately to hide Esmeralda when the soldiers come. Frollo made Quasimodo feel incredibly insecure, leading Quasimodo to see himself as a monster. Realizing what has happened, he holds her in his arms, weeping bitterly. Other guards quickly follow suit. Frollo could also be seen amongst a crowd of Disney Villains in.
Within several seconds, Quasimodo breaks the stone pillars to which he was tied. Frollo had already won in his mind. Elsewhere in the city, a newly arrived man named Phoebus along with his horse, Achilles search in vain for the Palace of Justice. And for those of you that may be skeptical about the truth of these points, I can assure you that I read the book and even took some notes. Quasimodo looks worried that he might get rejected again.
Quasimodo makes it known in no uncertain terms that he isn't welcome there, but Phoebus insists that he means her no harm. During the attack, Gringoire and Frollo sneak in to get Esmeralda and Djali. The many concurrent themes of good vs. Despite his attempt to approach her quietly, she detects his presence behind her. His obsessive lust for La Esmerelda has made him renounce God and study alchemy and black magic. They're able to get back up onto the guardrail, and Quasi pushes Esmeralda to safety as Frollo nearly hits them again.
She removes Phoebus' weighty armor and brings him to shore. Fortunately, Esmeralda had regained enough strength to grab Quasi's hand before he let go; however, she wasn't strong enough to pull him up, and she was losing her grip. However, he grabs the bottom of the railing in time, pulling Frollo down after him--but he doesn't let him go. Frollo believes his desire for Esmeralda is a test from God and that he must avoid sin. While Esmeralda was dancing in the square, Frollo had been watching her from his cell in Notre-Dame.
Frollo sends the guards out, but while the Archdeacon and Djali escorts Phoebus out, Frollo sneaks around the pillars and pins Esmeralda's arm behind her back. However, to his surprise, she isn't phased at all when she sees it. Esmeralda disappears for a month, and then she is brought to trial. She is sentenced to hang in the Place de Grève. Feel free to read the book yourself if you are having some doubts or want to delve into one of these points a bit further.