Musset, (Louis Charles)Alfred de

Musset, (Louis Charles)Alfred de
Mus·set (mo͞o-sāʹ, mü-), (Louis Charles) Alfred de. 1810-1857.
French writer. A leading poet of the French romantic movement, he also wrote comedies of manners, such as Lorenzaccio (1834).

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  • Musset, (Louis-Charles-) Alfred de — born Dec. 11, 1810, Paris, France died May 2, 1857, Paris French poet and playwright. A member of a noble family, Musset came under the influence of Romanticism in adolescence and produced his first work, Stories of Spain and of Italy, in 1830.… …   Universalium

  • Musset, (Louis-Charles-) Alfred de — (11 dic. 1810, París, Francia–2 may. 1857, París). Poeta y dramaturgo francés. Vástago de una familia noble, Musset se adhirió al movimiento romántico en su adolescencia y produjo su primera obra, Cuentos de España y de Italia, en 1830. Después… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Louis Charles Alfred de Musset — noun French poet and writer (1810 1857) • Syn: ↑Musset, ↑Alfred de Musset • Instance Hypernyms: ↑writer, ↑author, ↑poet …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Musset — noun French poet and writer (1810 1857) • Syn: ↑Alfred de Musset, ↑Louis Charles Alfred de Musset • Instance Hypernyms: ↑writer, ↑author, ↑poet * * * /myuu say /, n. (Louis Charles) Alfred de /lwee shannrddl …   Useful english dictionary

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