September 26, 1880 Data urodzenia/ Guillaume Apollinaire Guillaume Apollinaire, pen name of Guillelmus (or Wilhelm) Apollinaris de Kostrowitzki (born August 26, 1880, Rome, Italy—died November 9, 1918, Paris, France), was a poet who participated in all of the avant-garde movements that flourished in French literary and artistic circles at the turn of the twentieth century...
He was educated at the Jesuit College of Rome where he learned to speak English, German, and Italian. He also studied art history and archaeology there. After graduating from college in 1899, he traveled throughout Europe for several years. Back in Paris in 1907, he became involved with the Dada movement and published some of its magazines. In 1913, he cofounded the magazine L'Intransigeant with Max Jacob and Louis Aragon. The following year, he married Marie Laurencin.
During World War I, he served in the army artillery corps and later worked as an editor for a newspaper in Marseilles. In 1917, he returned to Paris where he became associated with the Vorticism movement. That same year, he wrote "The Unknown Woman," which is considered the founding text of Surrealism. In 1919, he cofounded Le Journal sur le surrealisme with Philippe Soupault and Benjamin Péret. In 1920, he traveled to America where he visited New York City and met with other artists there. Upon his return to Paris, he began writing poems about his experiences during this trip.
I'll only remind you that he was born on August 5, 1850, near Dieppe, in the castle of Miromesnil, which he portrays in Une Vie... He died on July 25, 1893, at the age of 46, in Paris.
Maupassant was born into a wealthy family. His father was a notary public who had also been elected mayor of Dieppe for several terms. When Maupassant was nine years old, his father was appointed prosecutor in Normandy, and the family moved to Rouen. There they lived in a large house on Place de la Poissonnerie, which now bears an apartment building with a plaque commemorating Maupassant's stay there.
He attended the college of lawyers in Rouen but was expelled for attacking a fellow student with a chair. Afterwards, he worked as a clerk in various offices before being appointed legal adviser to a newspaper in Étretat. In 1875, he was offered a post as secretary at the Ministry of Justice in Paris, but gave up this job to write full time.
His first story was published in L'Écho de Paris in April 1880. Two more stories followed in the same magazine the next year. In June 1882, Le Gaulois published his first novel, Pierre et Jean, which became a great success.
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Esther Afua Ocloo/Tanggal lahir was born on April 18, 1919. She is an American actress and singer.
She has been married to Billie Jean Jones since 1946. They have one son together, Terry Tanggal Jr.
Esther started her career at a very young age when she appeared in several radio shows with her family. She later went on to study drama at Carnegie Mellon University before making her debut on Broadway in 1944. Since then, she has appeared in many films and television shows and has won several awards including an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. She also has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; one for Recording Arts and another for Motion Pictures.
Currently, she is active on TV screens as Aunt Esther in the ABC sitcom Black-ish. She has also appeared in other TV series such as The Jeffersons, Amen, and How I Met Your Mother. On the big screen, she can be seen in movies like 12 Years a Slave, 50 Shades of Grey, and The Butler. Her next film will be No Escape: Chile Under Pinochet. It will be released in 2019.
Esther Ocloo was born on April 18, 1919 in New York City.