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Esperanto: A Language for the Global Village

Copyight © 2002 Sylvan Zaft. This is the list of chapters for this electronic edition of my book Esperanto: A Language for the Global Village.  You may make electronic copies and paper copies for your personal use, and you may freely distribute verbatim copies which include this notice provided that you do not charge for these copies.   You may not post this material to any web site.   You are invited to insert links to this web site.   For any other use, including publication, you must first get my permission.   I welcome any suggestions about how to improve this work.   My address is sylvanz@me.com

Contents

 1 The Dream and the Reality 13 One Word – Many Words
 2

From a Dream to a Reality

14

Can Feelings be Expressed in Esperanto?
 3

The Ultimate Authority in
Esperanto
15

A Minor Difficulty of Esperanto

 4  Spelling Esperanto 16 A Major Difficulty of Esperanto
 5 Pronouncing Esperanto 17 Two Ways to Form New Words
 6 Ambiguity or Understanding 18 Two More Difficulties of Esperanto
 7

Where English is an Easy
Language Too
19

A Fine Literary Language

 8 The Cost-Benefit Ratio 20 A Still Easier Language?
 9

Real Life Experiences With Esperanto 21

The Propagandists and
the Raumists
10 No Stumbling Over Idioms 22 Esperanto and Education
11 Word Formation in Esperanto 23 The Resistance to Esperanto
12

The Pattern-Making Power of the Human Mind 24

A Unique Language for the Whole World

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