Author

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Claude Piron

Swiss translator and Esperantist

1931   -   2008

movement: Esperanto movement
country of citizenship: Switzerland
native language: French
language of expression: French, Esperanto
occupation: linguist, translator, essayist, poet, Esperantist, psychologist, non-fiction writer, esperantologist
award received: Honorary Member of the World Esperanto Association, OSIEK award
position held: Director of International Congress University

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Claude Piron, also known by the pseudonym Johán Valano, was a Swiss psychologist, Esperantist, translator, and writer. He worked as a translator for the United Nations from 1956 to 1961 and then for the World Health Organization. He was a prolific author of Esperanto works. He spoke Esperanto from childhood and used it in Japan, China, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, in Africa and Latin America, and in nearly all the countries of Europe.
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Works

13

Gerda malaperis!

book by Claude Piron

author: Claude Piron

1983

Dankon, amiko!

novel by Claude Piron

author: Claude Piron

1990

Lasu min paroli plu

book by Claude Piron

author: Claude Piron

1984

The Good Language

work by Claude Piron on Esperanto style

author: Claude Piron

Le Défi des Langues

book by Claude Piron

author: Claude Piron

1994

Vere aŭ fantazie

legolibro, verkita de Claude Piron, taŭga kaj por plua lernado de Esperanto post komenca stadio kaj por “normalaj” legantoj regantaj la lingvon

author: Claude Piron

1989

Thither

science-fiction novel by Claude Piron in Esperanto

author: Claude Piron

1997

Did He Come From Outer Space?

crime novel by Claude Piron in Esperanto

author: Claude Piron

1980

They Captured Elzan!

novel by Claude Piron in Esperanto

author: Claude Piron

Do You Cook Chinese?

detective novel by Claude Piron in Esperanto

author: Claude Piron

1976

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