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Book Review: Lingvistikaj Aspectoj De Esperanto

Lingvistikaj Aspectoj De Esperanto, by John Wells This particular book is part of a long list of books I have read in and about Esperanto [1].  It should be fairly obvious from the title that this book is one about … Continue reading

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Book Review: Timor

Timor, O maior campo de extermínio do mundo, The biggest extermination camp in the world, La plej granda ekstermejo en la mondo, by Miguel Faria de Bastos I must admit that I have not greatly studied the problem of Timorese … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esprimo De Sentoj En Esperanto

Esprimo De Sentoj En Esperanto, by Prof. D-ro Edmond Privat I am certainly no stranger to reading books about or in Esperanto [1], and this book offers the Esperanto equivalent of the of the contemporaneous literature I have read in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto In The New York Times (1887-1922)

Esperanto In The New York Times (1887-1922), edited by Ulrich Becker As someone who considers myself to be a fairly new and somewhat unusual Esperantist, who reads many books in and on the subject [1], I found this book to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The American Esperanto Book

The American Esperanto Book, by Arthur Baker As someone who reads a great deal of materials in and about Esperanto [1], a significant challenge presents itself in the way that so many similar books with similar aims seek to distinguish … Continue reading

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Book Review: Biblio (IKUE-KELI Version)

Biblio, with the Old Testament translated by Ludoviko Lazaro Zamenhof, the Deuterocanonical Books translated by Gerrit Berveling, and the New Testament translated by the British Committee (John Cyprian Rust, B. John Beveridge, and C.G. Wilkinson) In case you ever wondered … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto For Hope

Esperanto For Hope:  A New Way Of Learning The Language Of Peace, by Máire Mullarney As someone who greatly enjoys reading books about Esperanto [1] and getting a feel for its literary culture as a whole, this book is delightful … Continue reading

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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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