A Grammar and Commentary on the International Language Esperanto

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British Esperanto Association, 1905 - Esperanto - 347 pages
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An excellent reference book, but probably not so good for beginning self-study. I believe that my copy was my very first "real" Esperanto book, found in a used bookstore. I had an interest in Esperanto at that time but didn't study seriously until a few years later, and then I used other books. I find that I look in this book much more frequently now than when I was a komencanto. Note: My book is a different edition, and contains some Notes in the front pages, some errata but also some additional info. One thing I found interesting about these notes concerns capitalization... one of the additions says that as Zamenhof's style matured, he himself tended to capitalize the names of months and days of the week, and words derived from the names of places, despite the advise about capital letters on page 44. 

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