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Charles Peguy

French socialist poet, editor, playwright, and essayist known for Jeanne d’Arc, Eve, De la Raison, as well as other functions. His comprehensive poetic functions were released (posthumously) in 1941; his prose functions were put together between 1987 and 1992. His dad passed away when he was a baby, and Peguy and his mom resided in poverty before poet gained a scholarship to review on the Ecole Normale Superieure. He passed away from a gunshot wound to the top during a Globe War I fight. He wedded Charlotte-Francoise Baudoin in 1897, as well as the few subsequently elevated four children. Afterwards, he fell deeply in love with Blanche Raphael, a good friend; nevertheless, he hardly ever strayed from his wife. His well-known poem, “Portico from the Secret of the next Virtue”, was precious by French armed forces head Charles de Gaulle.

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