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Péguy

(French peɡi)
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(Biography) Charles (ʃarl). 1873–1914, French poet and essayist, whose works include Le Mystère de la charité de Jeanne d'Arc (1910); founder of the journal Cahiers de la quinzaine (1900–14): killed in World War I
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Yet hope is a child, as the French poet Charles Peguy describes her.
Pero, todavia en 1914, un hombre inteligente y bueno como Charles Peguy fue con alegria a la guerra, en la cual murio.
As Charles Peguy, who deferred his return to the faith until his death in battle prevented it, famously wrote: "the sinner is at the heart of Christianity.
Como escribio Charles Peguy, hoy vengo a "decir la verdad, toda la verdad, nada mas que la verdad, estupidamente la verdad estupida, tediosamente la verdad tediosa, tristemente la verdad triste".
Charles Peguy, por ejemplo, que se enfrento publicamente al antisemitismo desde el caso Dreyfus, que admiro a Henri Bergson como un "profeta judio del cristianismo" y que hasta su muerte, en 1914, se opuso firmemente a la inculpacion de la comunidad hebrea por la crucifixion de Jesus.
Tolkien, Francois Mauriac, Charles Peguy, Georges Bernanos, Paul Claudel--with some attention to the Germans, and ends, interestingly, with a discussion of the Polish poet and philosopher Czeslaw Milosz.
Dawson is clearly one of Royal's favorite authors, but another is Charles Peguy, whose support he enlists throughout A Deeper Vision.
CHARLES PEGUY Y LA LIGAZON DE LO ETERNO Y LO TEMPORAL
Kenza Alaoui a presente ainsi son entretien: En 1913, Charles Peguy disait:[beaucoup moins que]le plus beau metier du moderne, apres le metier de parent-c'est le metier de maitre d'ecole[beaucoup plus grand que].
Autores como Charles Peguy afirmaba que "el marchaba con gusto al frente y a la muerte".
Lovejoy, Charles Peguy, William James o Georges Sorel.
In three poems written on the eve of World War I, French poet Charles Peguy (1873-1914) employed the character of Jeanne d'Arc to express dissatisfaction with doctrines of judgment and damnation, exemplified for Peguy in Dante's Divine Comedy.