As a pupil of the " Sévigné" College of Paris, where she
continued her secondary school studies, Iulia aroused her
teacher's admiration for her brilliant intelligence. She took
private lessons in drawing, painting, piano playing and canto. She continuously wrote poems, prose and
theatre plays. At 16, after the school leaving examination, she attended the Faculty of Letters and
Philosophy at " La Sorbonne". Iulia was, therefore, the first Romanian girl-student of " La Sorbonne"
University in Paris. Meanwhile, Iulia attended courses at the Schools of Higher Studies in Paris. A brilliant
future could be foreseen for her, but...touched by tuberculosis, in spite of the dedicated efforts of her
parents to save her, Iulia gave herself to death, in peace, in the knowledge that this would be only a
moment of passage. Her literary creation was to appear posthumously, under her father's careful watch,
at Hachette-Paris, in three volumes " Bougeons d'Avril" (Buds of April), "Chevalerie" (Order of the
Knights) and "Théâtre. Légendes et contes" (" Theatre. Legends and tales").