- (Louis Charles) Al·fred de [lwee sharl al-fred duh] /lwi ʃarl alˈfrɛd də/, 1810–57, French poet, dramatist, and novelist.
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She looks at her lover and dies, like the Simonne of Boccaccio and of Musset.A Literary History of the English People
Jean Jules Jusserand
In 1857, attended by the pious Sister Marceline, Musset died.
Yet, with an infirmity characteristic of him, Musset was discouraged.
Then he replaced the last book he had taken up—a copy of Musset—and called me.The Ink-Stain, Complete
Chateaubriand was a hypochondriac, Musset a lunatic, Victor Hugo a maniac.The Growth of a Soul
- Alfred de (alfrɛd də). 1810–57, French romantic poet and dramatist: his works include the play Lorenzaccio (1834) and the lyrics Les Nuits (1835–37), tracing his love affair with George Sand