WRITER

Isidore Isou

1925 - 2007

Isidore Isou

Isidore Isou (French: [izu]; 29 January 1925 – 28 July 2007), born Isidor Goldstein, was a Romanian-born French poet, dramaturge, novelist, film director, economist, and visual artist who lived in the 20th century. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Isidore Isou has received more than 90,085 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 3,171st most popular writer.

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  • 90k

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  • 48.76

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.02

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.06

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among WRITERS

Among writers, Isidore Isou ranks 3,166 out of 4,883Before him are Benjamin Fondane, Jeff Lindsay, Tōson Shimazaki, Francisco de Sá de Miranda, Arthur Waley, and Evgeny Schwartz. After him are Mariano Azuela, Wallace Stevens, Mihailo Lalić, John Christopher, Itō Noe, and Claude Bourgelat.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1925, Isidore Isou ranks 211Before him are Yogi Berra, Shehu Shagari, Mike Connors, Prosper Grech, Matías González, and Robert Jonquet. After him are Hasse Jeppson, Jonathan Winters, Zoot Sims, James Salter, Néstor Rossi, and Louis Nirenberg. Among people deceased in 2007, Isidore Isou ranks 168Before him are Sa'dun Hammadi, Christian d'Oriola, Aloísio Lorscheider, Chris Benoit, Soe Win, and Jim Gray. After him are Tosiwo Nakayama, Mariano Gonzalvo, Maurice Boitel, Yang Chuan-kwang, Katsuko Saruhashi, and Giuseppe Baldo.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Isidore Isou ranks 197 out of 421Before him are Adrian Mutu (1979), István Avar (1905), Nichita Stănescu (1933), John Houseman (1902), Benjamin Fondane (1898), and Vintilă Brătianu (1867). After him are Maia Morgenstern (1962), Lascăr Catargiu (1823), Alexander Vencel (1944), George Coșbuc (1866), Liviu Librescu (1930), and Nicolae Rainea (1933).