Tag Archives: Esperanto

Book Review: Libro De Amo

Libro De Amo, edited by Arieh ben Guni In reviewing this book it is necessary to discuss its genre before going into more details.  As a poet myself [1], from time to time I read books of poetry as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Plene Idiota Vortaro

Plene Idiota Vortaro Kun Suplemento, by K. Paringhien The odds are good that this review will contain more text in it than the book itself.  When I find particularly odd books like this one, I find it worthwhile to report … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto: The World Interlanguage

Esperanto:  The World Interlanguage, compiled by George Alan Connor, Doris Tappan Connor, William Solzbacher, and Dr. J.B. Se-Tsien Kao This book advertises itself as being six books in one, and it demonstrates something that can be seen through the general … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beginner’s Esperanto

Beginner’s Esperanto, by J.F. Conroy Although it is without a doubt that I probably read too many books on the grammar and instruction of the language of Esperanto [1], it is enjoyable to see how different people conceive of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kulturo Kaj Internacia Lingvo

Kulturo Kaj Internacia Lingvo, by William Auld As part of my ongoing series on obscure books about Esperanto [1], I decided to look at a book about language and culture that happened to be written in Esperanto.  As one might … Continue reading

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Book Review: English-Esperanto Dictionary

English-Esperanto Dictionary (Esperanto Handy Pocket Vocabulary), by J.C. O’Connor As someone who has read a fair amount of books that serve as reference or introductory materials to the Esperanto language [1], it is worthwhile to note what makes a book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto At A Glance

Esperanto At A Glance:  The International Language: History, Grammar, and Vocabulary, by Edmond Privat This is an easy book to appreciate, especially if one is fond of the larger genre of Esperanto writing [1].  This is a short book and … Continue reading

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Book Review: A First Reader

A First Reader:  Intended For Those Who Are Beginning The Study Of Esperanto, by E.A. Lawrence As someone who has read a fair amount of books about Esperanto and how the language is taught [1], and who will no doubt … Continue reading

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La Tuta Afero

Is such a day as today productive?  It is now nearly 9:30PM as I write this and it will likely be about 10PM if not later when I finish, given the scope of what I have to accomplish.  I sit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unity And A Universal Language

Unity And A Universal Language (World Means To World Peace), by John Dale While it might be somewhat generous to call this a book, it is at least an interesting pamphlet that combines a subject I know a fair amount … Continue reading

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