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Victor Hugo

Be like the bird, who
Halting in his flight
On limb too slight
Feels it give way beneath him,
Yet sings
Knowing he hath wings. 13 more words


French Football: Keeping the Legacy Alive

When we talk about France, it’s incomplete to end the conversation without at least referring French football. Football is France’s most popular sport, followed by rugby union – two million people follow the beautiful game. 601 more words

French Cities: The Essence of Love

Wine, cheese, the Eiffel Tower, snooty waiters – France is famous for a lot of things and for good reason. It’s beautiful with stunning coastlines, valleys, wine country, forests, and beaches; has some of the best food and wine in the world; historic towns and chateaus, and a long and rich history. 257 more words

Odilon Redon

Black is the most essential of all colors. Above all, if I may say so, it draws its excitement and vitality from deep and secret sources of health…One must admire black. 6 more words


Quiche Lorraine, a classic! (About 2-ish hours)

Due to my insatiable desire for Crêpes, I totally forgot that perhaps I should teach you how to make a savory meal!

Well here’s a classic, the Quiche Lorraine. 378 more words



  • Culture is not something which is stagnant; it is something which is always in a state of change.
  • On its own terms, the culture of a nation is the totality of everything that its people do, think, and create and what its justifies. 
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French Customs: Love in the Air

Modern France is the result of centuries of nation building and the acquisition and incorporation of a number of historical provinces and overseas colonies into its geographical and political structure. 606 more words