I KNOW THIS LOOKS LIKE A BORING STUDIO, BUT I PROMISE, IT'S VERY INTERESTING!!
Bonjour! This studio was made just to talk about one of my favourite characters, Dom Claude Frollo, from Victor Hugo's novel, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.
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Archdeacon Claude Frollo - A priest at Notre Dame, Frollo is also the novel's antagonist. However, he is not a typical evil character bent on causing pain and suffering; instead, he is very bright and compassionate. He dearly loves his brother, Jehan and does everything in his power to make Jehan happy after their parents die. He extends the same compassion to Quasimodo, who he tries to mold into a scholar just like his brother by teaching him how to read and write. Hugo explains Frollo's descent into black magic and madness through his failure to bring up both Jehan and Quasimodo. Jehan drinks and gambles all his money away, completely neglecting his studies, while Quasimodo's deafness makes it virtually impossible to teach him anything. The hunchback thus becomes both a symbol of failure for Frollo as well as a powerful tool of vengeance to wreak his frustrations out on the world. His obsessive lust for La Esmerelda causes her to be executed and Quasimodo to be tortured. No matter how hard he tries to make her love him, he only ends up causing her pain.
Dom Claude Frollo is a pious, highly knowledgeable man who was orphaned along with his younger brother Jehan when their parents died of the plague. His studies led him to become the Archdeacon of Josas, which is his position during the events of the novel. He also has a small fief which brings him a little money, most of which goes to fund his brother's alcoholism.
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Monseigneur Claude Frollo is the main antagonist from Victor Hugo's 1831 novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. He is the Archdeacon of Notre Dame.
Frollo is actually supposed to be bald, but I draw him with hair because my design of him came before I knew that and I'm sticking to my design.
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You can learn about his brother, Jehan, here: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/5597464/