Tag Archives: Alfred de Musset

WHERE SECRETS TRAVEL FAST – Wherever you go, it stays with you, for Paris is a long creative feast

Walk about Paris, because will provide you lessons in beauty and taste Oh, Paris! There is no place like the city of lights, right? Or is it the City of creativity? Among the many ways of getting to know a city, we have created one that will powerfully involve your way of smelling, tasting and being involved. Before starting to …

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WHEN THE ONLY UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE IS A KISS – Alfred de Musset: To see to know, to want to be able and to dare to have

An imagination with big wings, inside a prison as big as a hand To understand him better, you will have to remember what he wrote: “I can’t help it: the idea of infinity torments me.” His tormented love affair with the writer George Sand was told in a 1999 film, Children of the Century. Poet and playwright, he became an …

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