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The Esperantist, Vol. 1, No. 7   By: (1880-1916)

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The Esperantist, Vol. 1, No. 7 by H. Bolingbroke Mudie is a fascinating publication for anyone interested in the constructed international auxiliary language of Esperanto. This issue covers a variety of topics related to Esperanto, including letters from readers, poetry, grammar lessons, and updates on Esperanto clubs and events around the world.

One of the highlights of this publication is the diverse range of content it offers. Readers can find articles discussing the history of Esperanto, its practical uses in daily life, and even creative writing pieces such as poetry and short stories. This variety ensures that there is something of interest for everyone, regardless of their level of proficiency in Esperanto.

Furthermore, the writing in The Esperantist is clear and accessible, making it easy for readers of all levels to understand. Whether you are a beginner looking to improve your language skills or a seasoned Esperantist seeking to stay connected with the global Esperanto community, this publication offers valuable insights and resources.

Overall, The Esperantist is a valuable resource for anyone interested in Esperanto and its worldwide community. I highly recommend this publication to language enthusiasts and Esperanto learners alike.

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Transcriber's Notes

A few minor typographical errors have been corrected without notice. However, many grammatical errors and odd spellings have been left as in the original.


No. 7.

May, 1904.


The Esperanto Gazette for the spreading of the International Language....


ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: 3/ (4 francs; 1 1/2 roubles; 75 cents).

Published by THE LONDON ESPERANTO CLUB, 41, Outer Temple, London, W.C.



An Esperantist's Holiday (H.B.M.) 97 104 Progressive Limerick (by Clarence Bicknell) 104 The Tempest, continued (translated by A. Motteau) 105 The Monkey, a Fable from Fénélon (translated by M. Mehrmann) 106 Instinct or Intelligence (by O.W.) 106 Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (translated by Ben Elmy) 107 Sundry Items of Interest 108 9 From India. A Letter and Proverbs 110 About Sleeping Sickness (translated by P.H.) 111 The Squinter, an Anecdote (E. J. Catt) 111 Robbie's Post (translated by C. S. Bicknell) 111 Correspondence Notes 112 May Day in England (Miss Lawrence) 112

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