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Alfred de Musset

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Romanticism is the abuse of adjectives

— Alfred de Musset

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The heart that once has been your shrine for other loves is too divine

— Alfred de Musset


Is is true that dictators never dream because they can change their smallest fantasies into realities if they want to?

— Alfred de Musset

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The blood of my motherland waters a magic plant that cures all ills. That plant is art, and sometimes art needs corruption as a kind of fertilizer

— Alfred de Musset

#creativity #decadence #decadent #art

Nothing is a sin when you obey the orders of a priest

— Alfred de Musset

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Quelquefois, il y a des sympathies si réelles que, se rencontrant pour la première fois, on semble se retrouver.

— Alfred de Musset

#friendship #rencontre #friendship

The most despairing songs are the most beautiful, and I know some immortal ones that are pure tears.

— Alfred de Musset

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There is no worse sorrow than remembering happiness in the day of sorrow.

— Alfred de Musset

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One must not trifle with love.

— Alfred de Musset

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With a kiss let us set out for an unknown world.

— Alfred de Musset

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His mother was similarly accompliAlfred de Mussetd and her role as a society hostess - for example her drawing-room parties luncheons and dinners held in the Musset residence - left a lasting impression on young Alfred. By the time he reached the age of 20 his rising literary fame was already accompanied by a sulphurous reputation fed by his dandy side. Biography
Musset was born on 11 December 1810 in Paris.

Alfred Louis Charles de Musset-Pathay (French pronunciation: ​[al. my'sɛ] ; 11 December 1810 – 2 May 1857) was a French dramatist poet and novelist. də.

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