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Who is Edith Piaf? To tell the story of Piaf is to tell the story of Paris, the City of Lights, but also Paris, the city of misery. Passion, genius, and hard work enabled her to write her name in lights on the biggest music halls all across the globe. Often singing about romance and heartbreak, she is best known for the romantic realism of her songs. On the stage, Edith Piaf was the personification of Paris, but the City of Lights was not the kindest with the songstress, and her story is one of sadness and strife, and she channeled this emotion into her every performance. This period becomes her major break and her career takes off, with French songwriters Marguerite Monnot and Michel Emer writing songs specifically for her. During German occupation in France, she held concerts for German officers, though it was rumored she was also working for the French Resistance to help Jewish colleagues escape the Nazis.
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She continues to be revered as a national treasure. Much of her past is shrouded in mystery and may have been embellished during her time as a celebrity. Annetta had abandoned Piaf to live with her maternal grandmother, where she grew malnourished. Being taken from that household by her father or another relative, Piaf then lived with her paternal grandmother, who ran a brothel. Piaf suffered greatly from impaired vision for a time yet also became renowned for her voice at a young age. At the age of 7, she joined her father and a circus caravan to travel to Belgium, eventually participating in street performances all over France. Piaf later separated from her father, who was often a temperamental, abusive taskmaster, and set out on her own as a street singer in and around Paris. At 17, she and a youngster named Louis Dupont had a daughter, Marcelle, who died of meningitis at 2 years old.
Accompanying her father while he performed as an acrobat , she sang in the streets of Paris for money. She moved audiences with her passionate renditions of songs about loss and love. Piaf reportedly became blind at age three as a complication of meningitis but recovered her sight four years later. A few years after that she joined her father, a circus acrobat, and accompanied him while he performed. She sang in the streets of Paris, earning a meagre living while often in the company of petty criminals. Piaf gave birth to a daughter in , but the child died two years later from meningitis.