“I’m from Moscow and studied Journalism and Languages. My first passion was Spanish, then I decided to advance and to learn Portuguese in Brazil. Now I’m in Portugal, doing a Masters in Literature and Arts and studying French. I find French culture, art and literature charming and fascinating.”
Paul Éluard was a French poet, one of the founders of the surrealist movement. Among all his political activity and literary innovations there’s one page of his biography that gives us the chills, all over, and that surely deserves to be narrated.
It’s a hard task to find a person who has never heard about ‘The Little Prince’. This French character is probably one of the most well-known in world literature. But how many of us have explored the depth of Exupéry’s philosophic thought?
Apollinaire (1880 –1918) was a well-known French poet, writer and art critic. He was one of the first artists to represent a new movement of visual art and literature – surrealism. The goal of this movement was to rise above the normal vision of the world and to reach its essence.