André Malraux (3 November, 1901 – 23 November, 1976), born in Paris as Georges André Malraux, was a novelist, politician, and art theorist from France.
Allen Tate (19 November, 1899 – 9 February, 1979) was a social commentator, poet, and Poet Laureate of the United States, born in Winchester, Kentucky
Roland Barthes (12 November, 1915 – 26 March, 1980) a French philosopher,critic, essayist, and theorist. Mr. Barthe’s ideas influenced many schools of theory.
Ida Tarbell (5 November, 1857 – 6 January, 1944) was an author, biographer, lecturer, educator and an early pioneer of investigative journalist.
George Orwell was an English novelist, journalist, critic and writer known for his classic novels such as Animal Farm and 1984, published posthumously.
The subject might be just one painting, but it also tells of the history of the time, military tactics, art history, and religious and regional politics
A memoir of Byrne Murphy, a young businessman who moves to Paris to reignite his career and his fortunes. He quickly finds himself up against powerful forces.
Alice B. Toklas was an American cookbook writer and life partner of Gertrude Stein. The 1945 Alice B. Toklas Cookbook included a recipe for “Haschich Fudge”.
John George Nicolay (26, February, 1832 – 26 September, 1901) served as the private secretary to Abraham Lincoln, and co-authored his biography.
In 1939, Paris, Odile Souchet has her life on track. She’s working in her dream job at the American Library in Paris, a great boyfriend working as a cop, and a loving family.