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Musset

Alfred de . 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
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In this atmosphere Jean Renoir, anticipating war and deeply troubled by the mood he felt around him, thought he might best interpret that state of mind by creating a story in the spirit of French comic theater, from Marivaux to de Musset, a tradition in which the force that sets every character in motion is love and the characters have no other occupation but to interfere with this pursuit.
FRESH from completing his first feature film - in which he stars as 19th century poet Alfred de Musset - Peter Doherty is back on the road for a lengthy tour that includes Leicester Academy on May 4 and Birmingham HMV on May 14.
The head of the FGAP's jury, the director of the Moderna Musset of Stockholm Daniel Birnbaum, expressed his admiration for "the choreographic symbiosis of landscape and performance" in Cinthia's video-works.
It's one of a number of animation and film projects Oakfield has taken part in, many involving original music created by the Day Service learners working with musician Marcel Musset.
Rohmer's epigrammatic dialogue has frequently been compared to that of such writers as Marivaux, Musset, and Proust, but it is Laclos who comes to mind in Claire's Knee, as the corrupt elders manipulate the emotions (and bodies) of the young and unformed for their own pleasure and delectation, heedless of the damage done.
Para aprofundar no assunto ver Lucien Musset, Las oleadas germanicas, Barcelona, Editorial Labor, 1977 e L.
Van die belangrikste Franse digters se werk is byvoorbeeld op hierdie wyse getoonset en populer gemaak: Verlaine, Rimbaud, Baudelaire, Hugo, Apollinaire, Ronsard, De Musset, Villon en andere.
Je suis triste comme un lendemain de fete" -Alfred de Musset, French poet (1810-1857).
Terdiman verwys na 'n passasie van Alfred de Musset se La Confession d'un enfant du siecle, waar Musset in 1836 al worstel met hierdie toestand: "Behind them a past forever destroyed; before them .
Sand smoked in public, wrote novels and racy memoirs, wore men's clothes and had a string of lovers, including the poet Alfred de Musset and Frederic Chopin, plus a number of younger men.
First, in application of the well-known proverb depicted by Musset, "a door must be either open or closed'.