English-Esperanto Dictionary [NOOK Book]

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In response to numerous requests from almost every country in which English is spoken, we have much pleasure in presenting to the public this the first English-Esperanto Dictionary. The demands for such a work became so pressing that it was absolutely necessary to issue it as quickly as possible. Were it not for this urgency we would have waited until the larger Dictionary was ready, but the knowledge that the progress of Esperanto would be materially checked or retarded decided us to issue this smaller one. The ...
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English-Esperanto Dictionary

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Overview

In response to numerous requests from almost every country in which English is spoken, we have much pleasure in presenting to the public this the first English-Esperanto Dictionary. The demands for such a work became so pressing that it was absolutely necessary to issue it as quickly as possible. Were it not for this urgency we would have waited until the larger Dictionary was ready, but the knowledge that the progress of Esperanto would be materially checked or retarded decided us to issue this smaller one. The compiling of a Dictionary is always a difficult task, but the difficulty is increased in a very great degree when an initial and original work is undertaken. Such a work demands careful and thorough research, absolute precision, and much patient labour. The labour, however, has been lightened by the good wishes of Esperantists all the world over. Not from England alone, but from that Greater Britain beyond the seas, kindly help has been offered, and gratefully accepted. We have spared no pains in the endeavour to make this Dictionary (within its limits) perfect, and we hope we have succeeded.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012707833
  • Publisher: New Century Books
  • Publication date: 12/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 123 KB

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  • Posted September 27, 2011

    The Only Thriving Constructed Language

    Those who have an interest in the only planned language which enjoyed enough international success to have a significant following up to the present day and still thrives on the internet will enjoy having a glance at a book on the subject in English written long before any of us were born. It's a fascinating little piece of history.

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