Charles Moravia

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Charles Moravia (17 June 1875 - 1938) was a Haitian poet, dramatist, teacher, and diplomat. Born in Jacmel, Moravia became a teacher in the same city. He founded two periodicals, the short-lived La Plume, published from 1914 to 1915, and Le Temps, founded in 1922. He was appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to Washington, D.C. in 1919, during the United States' occupation of Haiti. He also served as a Senator of the Republic during the presidency of Sténio Vincent.

Moravia was jailed by the Vincent government for his articles opposed to the American occupation.

Selected works

  • Roses et Camélias (1903) - poems
  • La Crête à Pierrot (1903) - drama
  • Au Clair de Lune (1910) - drama
  • L'Amiral Killick (1943) - drama


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