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Hugo, Victor

A Man Whose Time Has Come: Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo was a French Writer whose fame, although not inconsiderable during his life, was fully realized many years after his death. He had the fortune – or perhaps the misfortune, we should remember – to be a man born to turbulent times, and was in thought, slightly ahead of them. His thinking was liberal and anti-authoritarian, supporting universal suffrage and the abolition of slavery. He was also very wary of the ‘Great Men’ of his time, such figures as Cromwell, or Napoleon Bonaparte.

Hugo was born to a France that was just about to experience the 1848 Uprising and Revolution, after which time ‘the Tyrant’ (Napoleon) would come to power for a short period. Victor Hugo self-exiled himself from the new republic of France, not because of his politics, but because he valued free thought and was deeply mistrustful of groupthink inspired by Napoleon’s reign.

During his lifetime, Hugo’s works were many – he was a ‘jobbing writer’ who produced essays and autobiographies on all of the great figures of recent history – from the Kings of France to Cromwell, Napoleon, even Torquemada. Alongside these he worked on plays and serialised ‘adventure’ or ‘gothic’ stories such as The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He was criticised for his Romantic melodrama by such Realist writers as Flaubert and Emile Zola – but time soon displayed the public’s love for these emotional tragedies.

Not many people are aware, but Hugo was also an outstanding artist – with a style reminiscent of the early surrealists.

For the collector of Hugo’s work there are no end of limited and deluxe editions of Notre Dame and les Miserables, but for the true first editions we must look to 1833 (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and 1862 (Les Miserables). The former was published in a sombre black and grey hardcover in the UK by Richard Bentley, and is worth almost a thousand US dollars for a fine edition. Les Miserables, on the other hand – due to its size is published in ten austere volumes by A. Lacroix Verboeckhoven & Cie, Bruxelles and can be found for as little as five hundred US dollars for the entire set!

Hugo, Victor. Ode Bonaparte. Pelicier, Paris (1822).

Hugo, Victor. Odes et Poesies diverses.. Pelicier, Paris (1822). Author's first book of poems; 500 copies in edition; French text

Hugo, Victor. Hans of Iceland. J. Robins and Co., London (1825). First Edition in English of author's first novel

Hugo, Victor. Bug-Jargal. Urbain Canel, Paris (1826).

Hugo, Victor. Cromwell. Ambroise Dupont et Cies, Paris (1828). A drama.

Hugo, Victor. Les Occidentales, ou lettres critiques sur les Orientales. Hautecoeur-Martinet, Paris (1829). The West, or critical essays on the east; Edited by Emmanuel J. Chetelat

Hugo, Victor. Les Orientales. Bruxelles (1829). “The East”

Hugo, Victor. Les Orientales.. Charles Gosselin - Hector Bossange,Paris (1829). “The East”; 2nd edition contains two prefaces – published one month after the first

Hugo, Victor. Odes et ballades. Gosselin - Bossange,Paris (1829). 3 volumes: Includes: Odes; Odes, Ballades; Les Orientales; first collection of Hugo's works; 1250 copies

Hugo, Victor. Cromwell. Louis Hauman, Bruxelles (1830). A drama.

Hugo, Victor. Hernani. Mame et Delaunay-Vallee, Paris (1830). “or, The Honour Of A Castilian: A Tragedy From The French Of Victor Hugo”; A drama, played at the Theatre Francais

Hugo, Victor. Hernani. W. Sams: London (1830). “or, The Honour Of A Castilian: A Tragedy From The French Of Victor Hugo”; First English Edition

Hugo, Victor. Marion de Lorme. Drame.. La Haye, G. Vervloet, Paris (1831). A Drama; First and Second editions printed in same year

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. Charles Gosselin, Paris (1831). “Hunchback of Notre Dame”; 2 volumes; author's first full-length novel; Total edition of 1100 (in 4 issues; 275 of first issue); Publisher put fictitious edition numbers on title-page

Hugo, Victor. Le Roi S'amuse. Louis Hauman., Bruxulles. (1832). “The King has Fun” A drama; published same year as first Paris edition; 2000 copies in edition, 3 issues

Hugo, Victor. Les feuilles d'automne. Anton Peeters, Bruxelles (1832). The Leaves of Autumn; followed by several pieces and 'Iambes' by August Barbier

Hugo, Victor. Les feuilles d'automne. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1832). The Leaves of Autumn; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Marie Tudor. Louis Hauman, Bruxelles (1833). Published same year as the first French edition

Hugo, Victor. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Richard Bentley, London (1833). Translated by Frederick Shoberl

Hugo, Victor. Etude sur Mirabeau. Guyot. Canel, Paris (1834). Study on Mirabeau'

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres completes. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1834). Complete Works; 7 volumes: Odes and Ballads I and II, the Easterners (Orientales), Leaves of Autumn (Les Feuilles d'automne), Songs of Twilight (Les Chants du Crepuscule) , The Inner Voices (Les Voix interieures), The Rays and Shadows (Rayons et les Ombres)

Hugo, Victor. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Carey, Lea and Blachard, Philadelphia (1834). Sketch of the Life and Writings of the Author' by Frederic Shoberl; 2 volumes; First American Edition; 1000 copies printed

Hugo, Victor. Les Chants du Crepuscule. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1835). “Songs of the Twilight”; 5th volume of Complete Works set; printing error: page 334 labelled as 354

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1836). “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”; Illustrated with 12 engraved plates by Finden, Staines, Lacour-Lestudier, andc. after Johannot, Boulanger, Raffet, Rogier, and Rouargue; first illustrated edition; 1st edition released in 1 volume, 2nd edition released in same year in 3 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les voix interieures. Adolphe Wahlen, Bruxelles (1837). “The Inner Voices'

Hugo, Victor. Les Voix interieures.. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1837). “The Inner Voices'; the 6th volume of 'The Complete Works'

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres completes. Eugene Renduel, Paris (1837). Complete Works; 14 titles in 16 volumes (27 total volumes; 16 published by Renduel); mixed editions; Includes: 1. Le Dernier jour dun condamne (The Last Day of the Condemned) 2. Bug-Jargal 3. Han d'Islande (Hans of Iceland) Poetry: 4. Odes and ballades. 2 volumes. 5. Les Orientales (The Easterners) 6. Les Feuilles dautomne (The Leaves of Autumn) 7. Les Chants du crepuscule (Songs of Twilight) 8. Les Voix interieures.(The Inner Voices) 9. Litterature et philosophie melees (Mixed Philosophy and Literature) Drama : 10. Le Roi samuse (King Samuse) 11. Lucrece Borgia. 12. Cromwell.- 13. Hernani. 14. Marion de Lorme

Hugo, Victor. Ruy Blas. J. Hetzel and Co, Paris (1838). Play in 4 acts

Hugo, Victor. Les Rayons et les Ombres. Delloye, Paris (1840). “The Rays and The Shadows”; 1500 copies in edition (other editions released same year)

Hugo, Victor. Les Rayons et les Ombres. Mme Laurent, Belgium (1840). Pirated Belgian Edition

Hugo, Victor. Notre-Dame de Paris. Furne et Cie, Paris (1840). “Hunchback of Notre Dame”; 2 volumes; illustrated by Johannot, Boulanger, Raffet, Rogier, and Rouargue

Hugo, Victor. The Last Days of a Condemned. Smith, Elder and Co., London (1840). “The Last Days of a Condemned Man”; with observations on capital pubishment by Sir P. Hesketh Fleetwood; English Edition (one of two English editions to appear in 1840)

Hugo, Victor. Le Rhin. Soc. Anon. de Publ. Period. (1842). “The Rhine”; Travel log; Drawings by Victor Hugo and others

Hugo, Victor. Le Rhin. Lettres a un ami.. H. L. Delloye, Paris (1842). “The Rhine. Letters to a friend”; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Burgraves. Michaud, Paris (1843). “A trilogy”; Performed at the Theatre-Francais on March 7, 1843

Hugo, Victor. Les Burgraves. Societe typographique Bruxelles (1843). “A trilogy'; Pirated Belgian Edition, published same year as original.

Hugo, Victor. Notre-Dame de Paris. Perrotin, Paris (1844). “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”; Illustrated Edition; Illustrations by E. Beaumont, L. Boulanger, Daubigny, T. Johannot, de Lemud, Meissonnier, C. Roqueplan, de Rudder, Steinheil; first printing has misprint in the caption of the picture on page 189

Hugo, Victor. Notre-Dame de Paris. Perrotin, Paris (1850). “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”; Illustrations by E. Beaumont, L. Boulanger, Daubigny, T. Johannot, de Lemud, Meissonnier, C. Roqueplan, de Rudder, Steinheil; Late Edition

Hugo, Victor. Treize discours. Lie Nouvelle, Paris (1851). “Thirteen Speeches”; Includes: -The Bonaparte Family, -The Death Penalty, -The Misery, -The Opening and Closing of the Congress of the Peace, -Case of Rome, -The Freedom of Teaching, -The Deportation, -Universal Suffrage –Reply to M. de Montalembert, -The Freedom of the Press, -For Charles Hugo (The Death Penalty), -Trial of Charles Hugo

Hugo, Victor. Chatiments.. Jersey (1852). “Punishments”: 'Happy Life' and 'Nox'; 4 selections from an unpublished book introduced in France by letters; 2 letters, 2000 copies of each

Hugo, Victor. Napoleon le petit.. Jeffs, London/ Mertens, Bruxelles (1852). “Napoleon the Small”; multiple editions within same year

Hugo, Victor. Chatiments. Henri Samuel et Cie, Bruxelles (1853). “Punishments”; First Edition recognized by author; sold in Geneve and New York but printed in Brussels; edition missing the circumflex accent over the 'a' in the title

Hugo, Victor. Discours de l'exil. Henri Samuel et Cie, Bruxelles (1854). “Discourses of Exile: 1851-1854”; Geneve and New York Edition, printed in Brussels; contains 10 essays

Hugo, Victor. Lettre a Lord Palmerston. Universal Printing, Geneve et New-York (1854). “Letter to Lord Palmerston, the Secretary of the Interior in England”

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres illustrees.. Hetzel, Paris (1855). “Works. Illustrated”; Illustrated by Beauce, Gavarni, Seguin, Nanteuil, Lancelot etc; Includes: The Orientals, The Inner Voices, The Rays and the Shadows, The Leaves of Autumn, The Songs of Twilight, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Han of Iceland, Bug-Jargal, The Last day of the Condemned, Claude Gueux, and others; 4 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les contemplations. Levy Freres, J. Hetzel-Pagnerre, Paris (1856). “Contemplations”; 2 volumes (Vol 1: Formerly:1830-1843, Vol 2: Today 1843-1855); multiple editions within the same year

Hugo, Victor. La legende des siecles. Meline, Cans et Cie, Bruxelles (1859). Belgian edition; prohibited in France for typographical reasons; 2 volumes in 1

Hugo, Victor. La Legende des siecles. Michel Levy Freres. Hetzel et C., Paris (1859). “The Legend of the Centuries: The Small Epics”; First in series; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Le Christ au Vatican. Universal Publishing. London (1862). “The Christ at the Vatican”

Hugo, Victor. Le Christ au Vatican. Librarie Contemporaine, Geneve (1862). “The Christ at the Vatican”

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven and Cie., Bruxelles (1862). 10 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. F.W. Christern, New York (1862). First American Edition with French text; 5 volumes

HUGO, VICTOR. Les Miserables. Rouff and Cie, Paris (1862). Illustrated; 5 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Carleton, New York (1862). Translated by Chas E. Wilbour; Illustrated by Chas E. Wilbour; First American Edition in English; 5 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Hauteville House (1862). 5 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven and Cie, Brussels (1862). 10 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Pagnerre, Paris (1862). 10 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Hurst and Blackett (1862). Translated by F.C.L. Wraxhall; First English Edition; 3 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Steinacker, Leipzig (1862). 10 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Rudd and Carleton, New York (1863).

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Pagnerre, Paris / A. Lacroix, Bruxelles (1863). 10 parts in 5 volumes; Vol I and II : Fantine ; vol III and IV : Cosette ; vol V and VI : Marius ; vol VII and VIII : L'idylle, rue Plumet and l'epopee rue Saint-Denis ; vol IX and X : Jean Valjeanvol

Anon. Victor Hugo Raconte par un Temoin de sa Vie.. Librairie internationale, Paris / A. Lacroix, Bruxelles (1863). “Victor Hugo, as told by a witness to his life”; 2 volumes; written anonymously (by Victor Hugo and his wife Adele)

Hugo, Victor. Le Rhin. Alexandre Houssiaux, Paris (1864). “The Rhine: Letter to a Friend”; Complete work; 3 volumes

Hugo, Victor. William Shakespeare.. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, Paris (1864).

Hugo, Victor. Les Chansons des rues et des bois.. Librairie internationale, Paris / A. Lacroix - Verboeckhoven, Bruxelles. (1865). “The Songs of the Streets and the Woods”

Shakespeare, William. Oeuvres Completes De W. Shakespeare. Pagnerre, Paris (1865). “Complete Works of William Shakespeare”; translated into french by Victor Hugo; 18 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Chansons des rues et des bois.. A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, Paris (1866). “The Songs of the Streets and the Woods”

Hugo, Victor. Les Travailleurs De La Mer. Librarie Internationale, Paris /Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, Bruxelles (1866). “The Workers of the Sea”; 3 volumes; published simultaneously in Paris and Brussels

Hugo, Victor. Les travailleurs de la mer.. J. Hetzel et A. Quentin, Paris (1866). “The Workers of the Sea”; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. La Voix de Guernesey,. Printed for T.-M. Richard (1867). “The Voice of Guernesey”; privately printed

Hugo, Victor. La Battaglia di Mentana (La Voix de Guernesey). Livorno (1868). “The Voice of Guernesey”; Translated and preface by Mario Consigli; first bilingual italian-french edition

Hugo, Victor. Les Travailleurs De La Mer. J. Hetzel et A. Lacroix, Paris (1869). “The Workers of the Sea”; complete in one volume; 70 drawings by Chifflart

Hugo, Victor. L'Homme Qui Rit. Librairie Internationale, Paris / A. Lacroix, Bruxelles (1869). “The Man Who Laughed” (English title: 'By Order of the King'); 4 volumes

Hugo, Victor. By Order of the King. Bradbury, Evans and Co., London (1870). First English Edition (of L'Homme Qui Rit); Translated by Mrs. A.C. Steele; Illustrations by S.L. Fildes; 3 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Actes Et Paroles. Michel Levy Freres, Paris (1872). “Words and Deeds 1870-1871-1872”

Hugo, Victor. L'annee Terrible. Michel Levy, Paris (1872). “The Terrible Year”; Illustrations by L. Flamend and D. Vierge; 150 numbered copies printed on Holland paper

Hugo, Victor. Quatrevingt-Treize. Michel Levy Frers, Paris (1874). “Ninety-three”; 3 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Actes et Paroles. Michel Levy Freres, Editeurs, Paris (1875). “Words and Deeds”; Complete 3 volume set; Vol 1: Before Exile (1841-1851), Vol 2: During Exile (1952-1970), and Vol 3: Since Exile

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres - Theatre. Alphonse Lemerre, Paris (1875). “Works: Theatre”; 4 volumes; 1-Crowell, 2-Hernani, Marion Delorme, Le Roi Samuse, -3-Lucrece Borgia, marie Tudor, Angelo, 4-La Esmeralda, Ruy Blas, Les Burgraves

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres De Victor Hugo. Alphonse Lemerre, Paris (1875). Works of Victor Hugo; 10 volumes; 1+2-Odes and Ballades/The Orientals, 3-Leaves of Autumn/Songs of the Twilight, 4- Inner Voices/Rays and Shadows, 5-The Punishments, 6+7-The Contemplations, 8- The Legend of the centuries, 9-Songs of the road and wood, 10-The Terrible Year

Hugo, Victor. L'art d'etre grand-pere. Calmann Levy, Paris (1877). “The Art of Being a Grandfather”

Hugo, Victor. Histoire dun crime. Calmann Levy, Paris (1878). “History of a Crime. Evidence of a Witness”; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Le Pape.. Calman Levy, Paris (1878). “The Pope”; special edition on Holland paper

Hugo, Victor. La pitie supreme. Calmann-Levy, Paris (1879). “The Supreme Pity”; multiple editions within the year of the first edition

Hugo, Victor. Napoleon Le Petit. Eugene Hugues, Paris (1879). “Napoleon the Small”; First Illustrated Edition; Illustrated by MM. J.-P. Laurens, E. Bayard, E. Morin, D. Vierge, Lix, Chifflart, Garcia, H. Scott, Brun, G. Bellenger

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes. Hetzel-Quantin, Paris (1880). “Complete Works: The Novels”; 14 volumes: Han of Iceland, Last day of the Condemned, Notre Dame de Paris, Les Miserables, The Workers of the Sea, The Man Who Laughed (By Order of the King), Ninety-Three

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes. Ollendorff, Paris (1880). Complete Works, Illustrated editions; 100 drawings; extracts from letters from Victor Hugo to his fiance; 19 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes: Poesie. Hetzel – Quantin, Paris (1880). Complete Works: Poems; 16 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes: Drame. J. Hetzel, A. Quantin, Paris (1880). Complete Works: Drama; 4 volumes; I. Cromwell. II. Hernani. Marion de Lorme. Le Roi SAmuse. Lucrece Borgia. Marie Tudor. Angelo, Tyran de Padoue. IV. La Esmeralde. Ruy Blas. Les Burgraves.

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres. Alphonse Lemerre, Paris (1880). “Works”; 10 volumes: Odes and Balldes, The Orientals, The Terrible Year, Songs of the Street and Woods, The Punishments, The Contemplations (Before, Today), The Legend of the Centuries, The Inner Voices, The Rays and the Shadows, The Leaves of Autumn, The Songs of Twilight

Hugo, Victor. Religions et religion.. Calmann Levy, Paris (1880).

Hugo, Victor. Les quatre vents de l'esprit. J. Hetzel, A.Quantin, Paris (1881). “The Four Winds of the Spirit”; 2 volumes: Volume One: I. The satirical book II. The book-dramatic, second volume: III. The lyric book IV. The book epic

Hugo, Victor. Dessins de Victor Hugo. Les Travailleurs de la mer. Ateliers de Reproductions Artistiques, Paris (1882). “The Drawings of Victor Hugo: The Workers of the Sea

Hugo, Victor. Torquemada. Calmann Levy, Paris (1882).

Hugo, Victor. La Legende des siecles. Calmann Levy, Typ. A. Quantin, Paris (1883). “The Legend of the Centuries: 5th and last volume”; 105 numbered copies printed on Japanese paper (25 copies on Whatman paper)

Hugo, Victor. La legende des siecles. J.hetzel and Cie, Paris (1883). “The Legend of the Centuries” Poems; 100 copies printed on Holland Paper

Hugo, Victor. L'archipel De La Manche. Calmann Levy, Paris (1883).

Hugo, Victor. Le Roi S'Amuse. Societe de Publications Periodiques; Paris (1883). “The King has Fun”; Illustrated

Hugo, Victor. L'Art detre grand-pere. Societe Anonyme de Publ. Periodiques,, Paris (1884). “The Art of Being a Grandfather”; First Illustrated Edition

Hugo, Victor. Le Pape. A. Quantin Libraire, Paris (1885). “The Pope”; Illustrated by Jean-Paul Laurens; Limited Edition of 300 copies, 50 printed on Japanese paper, 100 on Whatman paper, and 150 on Holland paper

Hugo, Victor. Les Orientales, Les Feuilles D`automne. J Lemonnyer G.richard et C, Paris (1885). Second volume of the National Edition

Hugo, Victor. La fin de Satan. Hetzel and Quantin, Paris (1886). “The End of Satan”

Hugo, Victor. La Legende Des Siecles. Emile Testard, Paris (1886). “The Legend of the Centuries”; 4 volumes; National Edition; 1000 copies on Verge paper

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. George Routledge, New York (1886). First US Edition; 5 volumes; Illustrated by De Neuville, Bayard, Morin, Valnay and others

Hugo, Victor. Obras completas. Terraza Aliena, Valencia (1886). Complete Works; Spanish Edition Translated by Francisco Labaita; 6 volumes;

Hugo, Victor. Theatre en liberte. J. Hetzel et cie, Paris (1886). Limited Edition, 20 printed on Holland paper, 10 on Japanese paper, 10 on Whatman paper, 10 on Chinese paper

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Thomas Y. Crowell and Co (1887). Translated by Isabel F. Hapgood; English; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. The Works of Victor Hugo. The Riverdale Press, New York (1887). Limited Edition of 1000 copies; 16 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Victor Hugo. Emile testard et cie, Paris (1887). National Edition; 5 volumes: Cromwell, Hernani, Mario de Lorme, Le Roi S'Amuse, Lucrece Borgia, Marie Tudor, Angelo Tyran de Padoue, Torquemada, Am Robsart, Les Jumeaux, Les Esmeralda, Ruy Blas, Les Burgraves; 1000 copies printed on special paper

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame De Paris. William R. Jenkins, New York (1888). The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Illustrated by Bieler, Rossi, and De. Myrbach; Text in French; 2 volumes; Limited Edition of 1000 copies

Hugo, Victor. Notre-Dame de Paris. Estes and Lauriat, Boston (1888). The Hunchback of Notre Dame; Illustrated by Bieler, Rossi, and De. Myrbach; Text in French; 2 volumes; Limited Edition of 1000 copies

Hugo, Victor. Novels of Victor Hugo. George Routledge and Sons, New York (1888). Illustrated by Neuville, Bayard, Morin, Valnay and others; 5 books in 13 volumes; Limited Edition of 250 copies; Includes: Les Miserables / Notre-Dame / Man who Laughs / Toilers of the Sea / Ninety-three

Hugo, Victor. The Works of Victor Marie Hugo. Fred DeFau and Co., New York (1888). Limited Edition of 1000 numbered copies; Illustrated; 16 volumes; Includes: Notre-Dame, Hans of Iceland, Poems, History of a Crime, Ninety-Three, Toilers of the Sea, Bug Jardal, The Man Who Laughs, Les miserables

Hugo, Victor. Han d'Islande. Emile Testard, Paris (1889). Han of Iceland; Illustrated by Demarest; National Edition; Limited Edition of 1000 numbered copies (200 on Japan paper);

Hugo, Victor. Ruy Blas. L.Conquet, Paris (1889). A Play in 5 acts; Illustrated by Adrien Moreau; Limited Edition of 500 copies, 350 copies printed on Marais vellum paper, 150 copies on Japan paper

Hugo, Victor. Hernani. L. Conquet, Paris (1890). A play in 5 acts; Limited Edition of 500 copies on Marais vellum paper; Illustrated by Achille Deveria and Arturo Michelena

Hugo, Victor. Los Miserables. Fernando Fe., Madrid (1890). Les Miserables; Spanish Edition; Translated by Fernandez Cuetsa; Illustrated; 5 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres completes. J. Girard et Cie, Paris (1890). Complete Works; 19 volumes; illustrated

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes. Hetzel-Quantin, Paris (1890). Complete Works; 48 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Works of Victor Hugo. Bigelow-Smith and Company, New York (1890). Limited Edition of 500 numbered copies; 10 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. George Barrie, Philadelphia (1892). Translated by William Walton and others; illustrated; 5 volumes

Hugo, Victor. The Works.. Estes and Lauriat, Boston (1892). 30 volumes; Illustrated; Holland Paper Edition of 500 numbered copies

Hugo, Victor. The Novels Complete and Unabridged of Victor Hugo. Croscup and Company, New York (1893). Cabinet Edition' 1000 numbered copies printed on Holland Paper; “Illustrated Library Edition” of 500 numbered copies; 30 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Ruy Blas. Estes and Lauriat, Boston (1894). A Drama in 5 acts; First US Edition; Deluxe Edition of 500 numbered copies; Illustrated by Adrien Moreau

Hugo, Victor. Victor Hugos Works. George D. Sproul, New York and Chicago (1899). The Hauteville Edition; 1000 numbered copies, signed by publisher; 15 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres illustrees. Editions Albin Michel, Paris (1900). Illustrated Works; 19 volumes

Hugo, Victor,. The Works of Victor Hugo. Bigelow, Smith and Co., New York: (1907). Royal Edition Deluxe of 200 numbered copies; 20 volumes; Includes Notre Dame, Les Miserables, Hans of Iceland, Toilers of the Sea, Bug Jargal, The Man Who Laughs, Claude Gueux, Ninety-Three, Things Seen essays, History of a Crime, Napoleon the Little, Poems, Dramas, Shakespeare, The Last Day of a Condemned, Life of Victor Hugo

Hugo, Victor. The Works of Victor Hugo. Jenson Society, New York (1907). Introduction and Critical Note by Robert Louis Stevenson; Limited Edition set of 500 copies; 20 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Works of Victor Hugo. Bigelow-Smith and Company, New York (1907). The Esmeralda Edition Deluxe of 1000 copies; 10 volumes; Includes: Notre Dame, The Last Day of a Condemned, Les Miserables, Hans of Iceland, Toilers of the Sea, Bug-Jargal, The Man Who Laughs, Claude Gueux, Ninety-Three, Things Seen, History of a Crime, Napoleon the Little, Poems, Dramas, and Shakespeare, with a Life of Hugo by Frank T. Marzials; general introduction by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. L'Imprimerie Nationale / La Librairie Ollendorff, Paris (1908). Complete Works: Les Miserables; 4 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. The John C. Winston Co, Philadelphia (1910).

Hugo, Victor. Les Travailleurs De La Mer. Henri Laurens, Paris (1923).

Hugo, Victor. The Hunchback of Notre Dame. A.L. Burt Company, New York (1923). Photoplay Edition; Illustrated with scenes from movie

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame De Paris. George G. Harrap and Co,, London (1928). Illustrated by Rowland Wheelwright with sixteen colour plates.

Hugo, Victor. The Man Who Laughs. Grosset and Dunlap, New York (1928). “A Romance of English History”; Photoplay Edition; Illustrated with scenes from 1928 movie.

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. Limited Editions Club, New York (1930). Wood-cut Illustratations by Franz Masereel; Translated by Jessie Haynes; Intro by Andrew Land; Limited Edition of 1500 numbered copies signed by Masereel; 2 volumes.

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Limited Editions Club, New York (1938). Illustrated by Lynd Ward; Translated by Lascelles Wraxall; introduction by Andre Maurois; Limited Edition of 1500 copies signed by Illustrator; 5 volumes

Victor Hugo. The Hunchback Of Notre Dame. Macrae-Smith-Company, Philadelphia (1939). Photoplay Edition; Illustrated with scenes from movie

Hugo, Victor. La Pieuvre. Editions de la Lettre Francaise, Buenos Aires (1944). Extract from 'Toilers of the Sea'; with 8 drawings by Andre Masson; Limited edition of 345 copies (300 on Polar paper)

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. Editions Le Vasseur, Paris (1948). Illustrated by C.O. Josso; 450 copies printed on Velin; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres completes.. Andre Martel (1948). Complete Works; Illustrated by Berthomme Saint Andre, Gradassi, Victor Hugo, A. Marty, G. Lepape, Marianna Clouzot

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame de Paris. Beechurst Press, New York (1949). Illustrated by R. Odes Kaufman; Translated by M. Dupres; 1000 numbered copies

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres Completes. Pauvert, Paris (1961). Complete Works; 4 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Album Hugo. Gallimard, Bibliotheque de Pleiade, Paris (1964). Illustrated Album; Iconography with commentary by Martine Ecalle and Violaine Lumbroso

Hugo, Victor. Obras de Victor Hugo. Lorenzana, Barcelona (1964). Works of Victor Hugo; 4 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. Easton Press, Norwalk (1966). Translated by Lascelles Wraxall; Intro by Andre Maurois; Illustrated by Lynd Ward; 2 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres completes. Club francais du livre, Paris (1967). Complete Works; Chronological; 18 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Oeuvres romanesques, dramatiques et poetiques. Cercle du bibliophile, Paris (1970). Works Novels, Plays, and Poems; 36 volumes

Hugo Victor. L'Oeuvre Complete. Jean de Bonnot, Paris (1974). Complete Works; Illustrated; 40 volumes

Hugo, Victor. Aux Etats-Unis d'Amerique. Verdigris Press, [Octon France] (2007). “To The United States of America”; Illustrated by Judith Rothchild; Total Edition of 45 copies, 40 numbered copies plus 4 special copies with original painting; double text of French and English

Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables. The Folio Society, London (2008). Translation and Intro by Norman Denny; Illustrated by De Neuville, Bayard, Morin, Valnay and other prominent French artists; Limtied Edition of 1750 numbered copies; Printed at Memminger MedienCentrum AG, Memmigen Germany, on Cordier Wove Paper and bound by Lachenmaier, Reutligen, Germany. Included is a 17 page pamphlet in wraps, The Divine Stenographer, Truth and Narration in Les Miserables by Mario Vargas Llosa,