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Le Lionnais, François, 1901-1984

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Personal name headingLe Lionnais, François, 1901-1984
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Variant(s)Lionnais, François Le, 1901-1984
Le Lionnais, F. (François), 1901-1984
Le Lionnais, François, 1902-
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Associated countryFrance
Birth date1901-10-03
Death date1984-03-13
Place of birthParis (France)
Place of deathBoulogne-Billancourt (France)
Field of activityLiterature, Experimental
Technical writing
AffiliationOulipo (Association)
Collège de 'pataphysique
Profession or occupationChemical engineers Writers
Authors Science writers
Found inHis Les prix de beauté aux échecs ... 1939.
LCCN a49-1191: His Les grands courants de la pensée mathématique, 1948- (hdg.: Le Lionnais, François, 1902- ; usage: F. Le Lionnais)
Lévy, E. Dictionnaire de physique, c1988: t.p. (François Le Lionnais) p. v (b. 1901) p. x (d. Mar. 1984)
WW France, 1984-1985 (Le Lionnais, François, b. 10-03-1901, Paris; mathematician, chemical engineer, chess expert); 1985-1986: p. 1502 (d. 03-13-1984)
Wikipedia, May 25, 2018 (François Le Lionnais (3 October 1901-13 March 1984) was a French chemical engineer and writer. He was a co-founder of the literary movement Oulipo; born in Paris; co-founded the Association of French Science Writers on 26 June 1950; active in experimental and absurdist artistic movements, as Regent of the Collège de 'Pataphysique and as co-founder and first president of Oulipo; wrote numerous books as well as essays and magazine columns. Their subjects include science, mathematics and its history, experimental literature, painting, and chess; died in Boulogne-Billancourt)
Associated languagefre