Vahe Godel

Translator, Person

1931 –

88

Who is Vahe Godel?

Vahé Godel is a French-Swiss writer, translator and scholar of Armenian literature. He is the son of Robert Godel, a noted linguist and expert on the Armenian language, and Meline Papazian, an Armenian from Bursa. While being a well-known writer in his own right in his native Switzerland, Vahé Godel has also translated numerous Armenian poets, both past and present. His translations include: Odes et lamentations by Grégoire de Narek, Tous les désirs de l'âme by Grégoire de Narek and Nahabed Koutchag, and Le chant du pain by Daniel Varoujan.

His brother Armen Godel is an actor and director.

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Born
Aug 16, 1931
Geneva
Also known as
  • Vahé Godel
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  • Switzerland
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on July 23, 2013

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