Victor Hugo (1802-1885) was a French writer and poet mostly known for his epic novel 'Notre-Dame de Paris'. Victor Hugo is considered the founding father of the French romanticism. Hugo also made a successful attempt of becoming an artrist as well, his legacy in that field counts up to more than 4000 drawings. 'Napoleon The Little' is a political pamphlet by Victor Hugo that was written during his exile on the island of Guernsey. In that pamphlet Hugo expresses his discontent of the ruling of Napoleon III.