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Capitaine Phœbus de Châteaupers
Captain Phoebus de Châteaupers is a vain, arrogant, and self-absorbed young man who is the Captain of the King Louis XI's Archers. He is also one of the main antagonists in Victor Hugo's 1831 novel, Notre-Dame de Paris. Phoebus is a handsome and charming man, but he is also cruel and heartless. He is quick to anger and violence, and he has no respect for women. He is also a womanizer, and he has no qualms about using his position to seduce women. Phoebus is a complex and fascinating character. He is a villain, but he is also a victim of his own vanity and arrogance. He is a man who is ultimately destroyed by his own self-destructiveness.