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Paul Robert (lexicographer)

Paul Charles Jules Robert (19 October 1910, Orléansville, French Algeria – 11 August 1980, Mougins, Alpes-Maritimes, France), usually called Paul Robert, was a French lexicographer and publisher, best known for his large Dictionnaire alphabétique et analogique de la langue française (1953), often called simply the Robert, and its abridgement, the Petit Robert (1967).

Bibliography

  • Paul Robert, Aventures et mésaventures d'un dictionnaire, Paris: Société du nouveau Littré 'Le Robert', 1971.

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