Today Google doodle on Edmond Rostand, French poet, and dramatist to have fun with his literary brilliance. He is related to neo-romanticism and is thought exceptional for his 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac. It is a play of approximately a chivalrous swordsman with an oversized nostril. The play's sentimental hero plagued by using a love triangle went on to symbolize the spirit of the French. On these days in 1901, Rostand changed into elected to the French Academy (l'Académie Française).