I'm going to be gone for over a week, so don't expect any updates or shit like that. I'm working on a snupin, my own story, latin, etc. so this is a great relief and I'll be able to focus on my own novel and finishing up the damned latin course.
You know what, next year I'm going to begin to study greek, since my dad has textbooks.
Dom Claude Frollo (in hunchback of notre dame) is fluent in french (duh...), Latin (duh too), greek and hebrew. This is all by the time he's sixteen. By the time he's nineteen he's taking care of his infant brother Jehan, who reminds me of Zack- VIVIDLY... it's rather scary.
I've already beaten him. On several accounts. (the laungages and debating skills, slightly better ha! And I have better fights...) Okay, this is really getting strange, I'm compairing myself to some made up character.
I drew an amazing picture of Esmeralda a few days ago, and now I've drawn a fairly good picture of Jehan, modeled after Zack.
Hugs for now.
See ya in a week,
"Torn" would make a really good song theme for Esmeralda. I mean, Hello, her lover doesn't try to save her, and then she gets burned at the stake. I read this interesting fanfiction that was not an AU, but another way to get to the end, and it was this really great scene between Frollo and Esmelda and just amazing...
Oh in the first book (HBND is devided into eleven books) there is only four references to Claude Frollo, all from Jehan- his younger brother (actually named Johannes, but he's called Jehan the windmill because he's got long limbs. Mostly it's him mentioning that his brother is an archdeacon, which he uses as an excused: "I'll do it, even if my brother is an archdeacon" I love that line... ^_^
The movie sort of screws it up, since Dom Claude Frollo isn't even in the festival of folls and they took out the two characters who consistantly dominate the scenes: Jehan and Gringorie. They have it take place outside, whereas it's a play inside that turns to be a flop. Quasi doesn't come in until chapter five... okay... we get it... it's not all about Quasi, the book is one long rant about paris.
I made a flash about that...
I updated my deviant art page. my deviant art
I can't believe how many times I used dom in a non sexual sense... oh god! Well, Dom Claude Froll I'd bet money on is a dom. You all know what I mean... hehe..