Charles Vildrac

Charles Vildrac (November 22, 1882 – June 25, 1971), born "Charles Messager", was a French libertarian playwright, poet and author of what some consider the first modern children's novel, L'Île rose (1924).

Born in Paris, Vildrac's first poems were written when he was a teenager in the 1890s. In 1901 he published Le Verlibrisme, a defense of traditional verse. In 1912 he published a collection of prose poems.

He was a member of the Abbaye de Créteil which he founded with Georges Duhamel. He died in Saint-Tropez.

The Prix de poésie Charles Vildrac is named for him.

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Vorname:Charles
Geburtsdatum:22.11.1882 (♏ Skorpion)
Geburtsort:Paris
Sterbedatum:25.06.1971
Sterbeort:Saint-Tropez
Nationalität:Frankreich
Muttersprache:Französisch
Sprachen:Französisch;
Geschlecht:♂männlich
Berufe:Dichter, Dramatiker, Kinderbuchautor, Schriftsteller,
Mitgliedschaft:Abbaye de Créteil,

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