French poet, playwright, and novelist from the Intimate era. His poetry choices include El Spectacle dans el fauteuil and Contes d’Espagne et d’Italie; his performs consist of Le Chandelier and Bettine. His mom hosted high-brow Parisian culture events; in the meantime, the youthful de Musset interested himself by staging impromptu theatrical shows. He passed away of heart failing, an ailment that was further challenging by his alcoholism. One indicator of his aortic difficulty was a unusual bobbing of his mind, an sign that had become known in medication as “de Musset’s indication.” His autobiographical book, La Confession d’un Enfant du Siecle, information his two-year romance with French article writer Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupi (better known with the famous pencil name of George Fine sand). Fellow French poet Arthur Rimbaud seriously criticized de Musset’s function.