I had never been into society; for me the world was the enclosure of the college and the seminary. I had a vague knowledge that there was a something called woman, but I never dwelt upon the subject; I was absolutely innocent. I saw my infirm old mother only twice a year; that was the extent of my connection with the outside world.
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Biography
Profession:
Poet
Nationality:
French
Born:
August 30, 1811
Died:
October 23, 1872