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Consultations du Docteur Noir : Stello ou les Diables bleus is a novel by Alfred de Vigny published in 1832. It stages the tragic history of three poets, illustrating the inevitable conflict between poetic creation and society.

It is formed of three distinct stories: Histoire d’une puce enragée (Nicolas Gilbert), Histoire de Kitty Bell (Chatterton), Une histoire de la Terreur (André Chénier).

Alfred de Vigny in his 1832 drama Stello, calls the poet "la race toujours maudite par les puissants de la terre" (The race which will always be cursed by the powerful ones of the earth).



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