Thursday, 21 August 2014

I TINGLE WITH EVERY DAWN

 
 

Putting 'The British Esperantist' together is an occasionally difficult process, simply because there is so much stuff we want to include, but only so much space to fit it into. 

This letter, written in 1953 to a publication called 'The English Digest', is a good example. We love every last word of it, but it simply doesn't lend itself to our template. And that's one of the reasons we have this weblog.

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