Doctor Esperanto And The Language Of Hope
An introduction to the lesser-known story of the creator of the most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language, Esperanto, describes how the hostilities and prejudice of Leyzer Zamenhof's childhood home in 19th-century multiethnic Bialystok inspired him to create a universal language to connect people to others and promote peace.
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- Format: School And Library
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Candlewick Pr
- ISBN-13: 9780763689155
- ISBN: 0763689157
- Publication Year: 2019