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The Story of Victor Hugo’s Beloved Woman Who Spent 50 Years Locked Up Due to Her Love for the Tyrant

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It seems to me that Hugo was a p.o.s., the worst of men.
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yep. you can say that again. what a treacherous man!
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Big Brother is watching you.
Unlike today's women, women didn't have many options to be able to survive without a man, and most were taught it simply wasn't allowed. What was pathetic was how Hugo treated her.
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Yes, as a sci-fi, history, and psychology lover, I often wonder how different I would be if I had lived in a different era, past or future. Would I still believe in hard work and treating others fairly, would I enjoy learning as much as I do now, how would my mental health be? Or would I be the norm in society? So many mindsets change across different eras. Part of learning about history is knowing not to repeat the negatives.
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If I were in Juliette’s shoes, then I would have left Hugo long ago and didn’t give a damn about the society! Basically Hugo had innumerable extramarital affairs with many women! I don’t know how can those people of that time be submissive and keep their mum, I don’t know !
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But she luuuuved him. 🤷‍♀️🤦‍♀️🙄😒
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How stupid of her to love him even he mistreated her! 🤦🏼‍♀️
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