When Quasimodo looks at the dead bodies of La Esmeralda and Frollo he cries There is everything?

Looking at La Esmerelda hanging off in the distance and Frollo’s wrangled corpse down below, Quasimodo cries out: “There is everything I ever loved!” Quasimodo was never seen again.

Is Claude Frollo in love with Esmeralda?

Apparently, Frollo used to be celibate. However, he comes to lust for the beautiful Esmeralda, but after a moment of indecision ends up blaming his own lust for her on witchcraft and the devil rather than accept that he himself is prone to sin as everyone else.

Why did Frollo smell Esmeralda’s hair?

(Esmeralda: I knew what you were imagining!) While the Archdeacon peacefully escorts Phoebus out of the cathedral, Frollo comes up behind Esmeralda and grabs her, threatening her by saying that ‘gypsies’ don’t do well inside stone walls. He then proceeds to sniff her hair inappropriately and gropes her neck.

Who does Charlotte Frollo have a crush on?

Away of her duties as the daughter of Frollo and without needing to make a cover so she wouldn’t be treated in a wrong way we can see the shy girl that was always there, we can also see a caring, loving and nice girl that loves her friends more than anything and has a deep crush on Carlos de Vil.

Why was Esmeralda hanged?

Esmeralda proclaims her innocence, but when she is threatened with having her foot crushed in a vice, she confesses. The court sentences her to death for murder and witchcraft (the court has seen Djali’s spelling trick), and she is locked away in a cell.

Is the Hunchback of Notre Dame a real story?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame It is based on the Victor Hugo novel of the same name, published in 1831, and until recently was believed to be completely fictional.

Who did Esmeralda marry?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II Esmeralda has married Phoebus and they have a son named Zephyr. She also wears black shoes instead of being barefoot.

Is Claude Frollo real?

Monseigneur Claude Frollo (French: [klod fʁɔlo]) is a fictional character and the main antagonist of Victor Hugo’s 1831 novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (known in French as Notre-Dame de Paris). He is the Archdeacon of Notre Dame.

Is Esmeralda dead?

As in the original novel, Esmeralda dies, though she is killed by smoke inhalation instead of by Frollo. Her death causes Quasimodo to kill Frollo, and, in the end, carries her corpse and leaves Notre Dame. In the North American musical, Esmeralda’s role is similar to the original musical.

Why does Esmeralda love Phoebus?

In the story, Phoebus is a vain, untrustworthy womanizer, who falls in love with Esmeralda solely for her beauty (much in the same way that Frollo does).

What is Quasimodo syndrome?

In Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Quasimodo has a back deformity from birth. But what it is? The proper term for his condition is kyphosis, a spinal disorder that causes a person to appear to have a hump. The spine bends, usually because of degeneration of the discs of the spine or the spacing between them.