Friday, October 2, 2015

Esperanto and Other Invented Languages - 40 Books on CDrom (IDO, Volapük etc)

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Books Scanned from the Originals into PDF format - For a list of all of my digital books on disk click here

Books are in the public domain. I will take checks or money orders as well.

Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

Qôsmianî - the new international language By Wilbur Massat Law Beatty 1922

Romansch Bible 1870

English-Esperanto Dictionary by John Charles O'Connor 1907

Esperanto-English dictionary by Achille Motteau 1907

A Complete Grammar of Esperanto by Ivy Kellerman Reed 1910

English-IDO Dictionary L de Beaufront 1907 (IDO was invented in 1907 reform perceived flaws in Esperanto)

Auxiliary International Languages by Prof. FG Donnan F.R.S. 1922

A Plea for an International Language by Louis Couturat 1903

Esperanto at a Glance -  the international language history, grammar, and vocabulary by Edmond Privat 1908

International Language, past, present & future, with specimens of Esperanto and Grammar by Walter John Clark 1907

The standard course of Esperanto by George W Bullen 1908

Volapük-English Dictionary by MW Wood 1889
"Volapük is a constructed language, created in 1879–1880 by Johann Martin Schleyer, a Roman Catholic priest in Baden, Germany. Schleyer felt that God had told him in a dream to create an international language.)

Comprehensive Volapük Grammar by Alfred A Post 1890

Hand-book of Volapük by Charles E Sprague 1888

Volapük or Universal Language, a short grammatical course by Alfred Kirchhoff 1888

Abridged grammar of the blue language Bolak by Leon Bollack 1900 (Bolak is a constructed language that was invented by Léon Bollack. The name of the language means both "blue language" and "ingenious creation" in the language itself. HG Wells makes mention of it in his _A Modern Utopia_.)

Dictionary of the Neutral Language (Idiom Neutral) by Michael Andrew Francis Holmes 1903 (an off-shoot of Volapük)

Dictionary of Ro, the world language by Edward Powell Foster 1919 (Ro is an a priori constructed language created by Rev. Edward Powell Foster beginning in 1904. In Ro, words are constructed using a category system.)

Ru Ro Outline of Universal Language by Edward Powell Foster 1913

Tutonish, or, Anglo-German union tongue by Elias Molee 1902
(Tutonish is a constructed language created by Elias Molee. He worked on it for several years before publishing it for the first time in 1902. He reformed it twice, first in 1911 and under the name Allteutonish and then in 1915 under the name Neuteutonish. It was proposed as an "Anglo-German unifying language", for English and Germanic languages speaking areas.)

Some Suggestions for the Foundation of a Universal Language by C.B. Waite 1902

Spelin: A Universal Language By Georg Bauer 1889

A Universal Language, formed on philosophical and analogical principles by James Ruggles 1829

The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato - the new scientific universal language by Stephen Pearl Andrews 1871

A Universal Alphabet - Grammar, and Language comprising a scientific classification of the radical elements of discourse and illustrative translations from the Holy scriptures and the principal British Classics, to which is added a dictionary of the language by George Edmonds 1855

Delphos, the future of international Language by Sylvia E Pankhurst

International Language and Science - considerations on the introduction of an international language into science by Leopold Pfaundler von Hadermur 1910

A Short History of the International Language Movement by Albert L Guérard 1921

World-English - the Universal Language by Alexander M Bell 1888

Six Thousand Common English words - their comparative frequency and what can be done with them by RC Eldridge 1911

Is English destined to become the universal language of the world? by W Brackebusch 1868

Homophonic vocabulary - containing more than two thousand words having a like sound, and like signification in ten languages, to wit: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Danish-Norwegian, Swedish, and Russian by Charles Waite 1904

Interlingua and the Problem of a Universal Language, article in The Monist 1913

Abridged Grammar of Volapük by Auguste Kerckhoffs 1888

The Universal Language of the Future By Cecil Cockerill 1912

A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs 1912 (possibly the first fiction to feature a constructed language.)

Esperanto, article in the International Socialist Review 1907 (L.L. Zamenhof, the inventor of Esperanto was a Socialist)

Adamitics - an essay on first man's language - The easiest way to learn foreign languages, by Anton von Velics 1914

Pidgin-English sing-song - Songs and stories in the China-English dialect by Charles G Leland 1907

Analytic Orthography, an investigation of the sounds of the voice, and their alphabetic notation, including the mechanism of speech, and its bearing upon etymology by Samuel Stehman Haldeman 1860

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