Vigny

[vee-nyee]
noun
  1. Al·fred Vic·tor de [al-fred veek-tawr duh] /alˈfrɛd vikˈtɔr də/, 1797–1863, French poet, novelist, and dramatist.
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Vigny

noun
  1. Alfred Victor de (alfrɛd viktɔr də). 1797–1863, French romantic poet, novelist, and dramatist, noted for his pessimistic lyric verse Poèmes antiques et modernes (1826) and Les Destinées (1864), the novel Cinq-Mars (1826), and the play Chatterton (1835)
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