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cénacle


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A clique or coterie of writers that assembles around a leading figure. A characteristic of the hero-worshipping culture of Romanticism, cénacles appeared in Paris from the 1820s onwards around Charles Nodier and, most famously, Victor Hugo.

Subjects: Literature.


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