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.