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  • Cezaro Rossetti — (1901 1950), écrivain espérantiste écossais, naquit à Glasgow au sein d une famille originaire du Tessin et vécut l essentiel de sa vie en Grande Bretagne[1]. Son unique roman Kredu Min, Sinjorino! (1950), largement autobiographique, s inspire de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cezaro Rossetti — Esperanto …   Wikipedia

  • cezarocrăiesc — CEZARO CRĂIÉSC, IÁSCĂ, cezaro crăieşti, adj. (înv.) Al Imperiului Austro Ungar, privitor la acesta. [var.: chezaro crăiésc, iáscă adj.] – După germ. Kaiserlich Königlich. Trimis de valeriu, 03.03.2003. Sursa: DEX 98 …   Dicționar Român

  • Kredu Min, Sinjorino! — Kredu Min, Sinjorino (Croyez moi, Madame!) est un roman originellement écrit en espéranto par Cezaro Rossetti sorti en 1950. Cet ouvrage fait partie de la liste des lectures de base en espéranto compilée par William Auld. Sommaire 1 Résumé 2… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sándor Szathmári — Szathmári Sándor [Satma’ri Sa’ndor] (born 19 June 1897, Gyula – died 16 July 1974 in Budapest) was a writer, mechanical engineer, Esperantist, one of the leading figures in Esperanto literature. Biography Family backgroundHis father – who was… …   Wikipedia

  • 1950 in literature — The year 1950 in literature involved some significant events and new books. Events*Kazuo Shimada (1907 1996) wins the Mystery Writer Of Japan award for his book Shakai bu Kisha ( City Reporter ). *Jack Kerouac has his first novel published.… …   Wikipedia

  • Kredu min, sinjorino! — infobox Book | name = Believe me, Madam! title orig = Kredu min, sinjorino! translator = image caption = author = Cezaro Rossetti illustrator = cover artist = country = 3rd. Pisa, Italy? language = Esperanto series = genre = publisher = 1st; 2nd; …   Wikipedia

  • Reto Rossetti — (born 11 April 1909, died 20 September 1994 in the British Gosport) was an Esperantist professor. He was Italian Swiss and retained his nationality, although he lived all his life in Britain. His professional career as a teacher in art colleges… …   Wikipedia

  • Esperantist — An Esperantist is a person who speaks or uses Esperanto. Etymologically, an Esperantist is someone who hopes. Although definitions of Esperantist vary, according to the Declaration of Boulogne, a document agreed at the first World Congress of… …   Wikipedia

  • Kaiserlich und königlich — The German phrase kaiserlich und königlich, typically abbreviated as k. u. k., k. und k., or k. k., stands for imperial and royal . It refers to the Court of the Habsburgs in a broader historical perspective (see below). Some modern authors… …   Wikipedia

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