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Camus and Feraoun beyond the differencesCamus and Feraoun beyond the differences
Camus and Feraoun beyond the differences
17 Juin 2019

A strong relationship of friendship and intellectual exchange, which is formed through seven letters, a telegram, an open letter and an afternoon together in the streets of Algiers.

The Gazette du bon tonThe Gazette du bon ton
The Gazette du bon ton
17 Août 2016

The Gazette du bon ton was an important step in the history of fashion. Combining aesthetic demands with the physical whole, it brought together – for the first time – the great talents of the artistic, literary, and fashion worlds; and imposed, through this alchemy, a completely new image of women: slender, independent and daring, which was shared by the new generation of designers, including Coco Chanel, Jean Patou, Marcel Rochas, and so on…

special selection was Literature Poetry Theatrespecial selection was Literature Poetry Theatre
special selection was Literature Poetry Theatre
08 Juillet 2016

Find inspiration in our selection was in literature, poetry and theater classic, unusual, recognized masterpieces or unknown nuggets ... at small prices

A historical record of aA historical record of a
A historical record of a
01 Juillet 2016

This amazing iconic reactionary advocacy fear privileged facing the advent of the Age of Human Rights is a rare example of a contemptuous of one of the noblest fights of the French Revolution: the abolition of the slavery.

Mysticism, art & love <br> or the romantic soul of Franz LisztMysticism, art & love
or the romantic soul of Franz Liszt
Mysticism, art & love
or the romantic soul of Franz Liszt

06 Juin 2016

Under any apparent humility Franciscan Franz Liszt hid a lifelong attraction to sensuality, which removed him from religion.

He yet find at the end of his life by sharing paradoxically with the love of his life.

Camus & Char, a successful literary friendshipCamus & Char, a successful literary friendship
Camus & Char,
a fruitful literary friendship

05 Août 2015

Nothing seemed to destine the writer and journalist Algiers Provençal poet to meet, let alone appreciate.

Yet it is through their work that both artists discover and appreciate.

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