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Alfred de Vigny Poems | Quotes | Articles

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Alfred de Vigny Biography...Alfred Victor de Vigny (27 March 1797 – 17 September 1863) was a French poet, playwright, and novelist.. French poet playwright and novelist


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Quote Left Art ought never to be considered except in its relations with its ideal beauty. Quote Right
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Quote Left What it values most of all is the sum total of events and the advance of civilization, which carries individuals along with it; but, indifferent to details, it cares less to have them real than noble or, rather, grand and complete. Quote Right
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