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Delavigne

[ duh-la-veen-yuh ]

noun

  1. (Jean Fran·çois) Ca·si·mir [zhah, n, f, r, ah, n, -, swa, k, a, -zee-, meer], 1793–1843, French poet and dramatist.


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"Let us chant science, our discoveries, patriotism," and he broke into admiration of Casimir Delavigne.

A pure disciple of Racine at first, Delavigne deftly managed to adopt some innovations of the romanticist school.

Two other dramatic poets followed in Delavigne's steps: these were d'Avrigni and Soumet.

I presume that Madame Delavigne will spend some time in a sanitarium after this heart attack, and she has my banker's address.

Alan Hawke had already abandoned the idea of any sentimental advances upon Alixe Delavigne.

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