The discovery that his diary may reveal the inspiration behind one of literature's great characters, is quite amazing." Sibson's memoirs will be on display outside the Hyman Kreitman Reading Room at Tate Britain until the end of August.
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The 39-year-old maintenance director at Morgan’s Wonderland and Young, 43, have been dating a year, but have known each other longer.
The lead character in an early version of the novel is named as "Jean Trejean" which Hugo later changed to "Jean Valjean".
I applied at the Government studios, where they were executing the large figures [for Notre Dame] and here I met with a Mons. He writes: "Mon Le Bossu (the Hunchback) a nickname given to him and I scarcely ever heard any other ...San Antonio native and Alamo Heights High graduate Nikki Young — an actress as well as the entertainment director for Morgan’s Wonderland — is getting married, thanks to her idol Hanks and enterprising boyfriend Ryan Mc Farling.“In all the years that I have dreamed of meeting Tom Hanks, never in my wildest dreams did I ever think it would come like this, in the most magical way — as a co-star in our love story,” Young, who’s having a hard time coming down from cloud nine, said in a phone chat Sunday.But a new discovery appears to reveal the real-life inspiration behind the character from Hugo's seminal novel, which tells the story of the deaf bell-ringer of Notre Dame and his unrequited love for the gipsy girl Esmeralda.Clues suggesting that Quasimodo is based on a historical figure have been uncovered in the memoirs of Henry Sibson, a 19th-century British sculptor who was employed at the cathedral at around the time the book was written and who describes a hunched back stonemason also working there.