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The Confession of a Child of the Century by…

The Confession of a Child of the Century (1836)

by Alfred de Musset

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    Lui et elle by Musset Paul de (JuliaMaria)
    JuliaMaria: Die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Alfred de Musset und George Sand aus der Sicht des Bruders Alfred de Mussets.
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    She and He by George Sand (JuliaMaria)
    JuliaMaria: Die Liebesgeschichte zwischen George Sand und Alfred de Musset jeweils aus der anderen Sicht.

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Il y a des livres qu'on vous ordonne de lire au lycée et qui, pour une fois, ne vous sorte pas par les yeux! Eh oui! En revanche, "Le lys dans la vallée", égalemment au programme, a réussi à me dégouter de Balzac à vie! Je n'y arrive toujours pas. Je sais , c'est honteux.
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Inspired by its author's scandalous real-life affair with the trouser-wearing feminist novelist George Sand, this novel is also a philosophical portrait of a man and his times, expressing the failed idealism of the Romantic generation of the early nineteenth century. It presents a honest, passionate account of a young man's rite of passage.… (more)

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