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. 'Ninety-Three' is the last Hugo's novel that was initially published 1874. The novel is set in the times of the French Revolution. The novel is divided into three parts, with each part introducing a different view on the events.