I'm an Argentinian historian. I have 36 years old. Im obseded with French Revolution, but over all things I'm very interested in Saint-Just, hanriot, Couthon and Robespierre's biographies, without mentioning the Duplays and Lebas.
I spend many of my left-off time reading or going to dance vintage dance with friends. I'm a fanatic of Japanese, Chinese, African and Latinamerican food, and I cook myself many of these recipes. I love to watch draws or fanart of French Revolution characters (i'm in love with those in manga's style)...and I've said TO WATCH since I can't draw myself! What a shame! I could watch and watch over and over these movies: "Danton", "La Terreur et la Vertue" (the two telefilms: "Danton" and "Robespierre"), "La Révolution Française" (even if this last one is baaaad), "Manon Roland", "La Nuit de Varennes", "La Marseillaise" et "Marie-Antoinette" (1938)...and I feel sad that there are no more French Revolution movies or series already filmed...
I work as a French teacher and in the Real estate bussiness...which seems very interesting but ib fact it is NOT. :D
Another of my fanaticism are Goya's art and life, Argentinian history from 1800 to 1920 and the history of Recoleta Cemetery...which is located only three blocks away my house. I also liked a true story about a teacher from the 1920. She was named jacinta Pichimahuida and there are three serials made in Argentina about her...and you can visit my blog about her...sadly, it's only in Spanish.