Are you looking for a hard copy only? If you're interested in an e-book version, archive. If you consider when it was published, it would be amazing to actually find an original copy! I think I saw one at the museum in Vienna, though.

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This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Email Address:. This booklet included the Lord's Prayer , some Bible verses, a letter, poetry , the sixteen rules of grammar and roots of vocabulary. In the book Zamenhof declared, "an international language, like a national one, is common property" and renounced all rights to the language, effectively putting it into the public domain.

Those who learned the new language began to call it "Esperanto" after Zamenhof's pen name, and Esperanto soon became the official name of the language. When Richard H. Geoghegan pointed out that Steinhaus's translation was in very poor English throughout, Zamenhof destroyed his remaining copies and engaged Geoghegan to produce a fresh translation.

In , Zamenhof re-published the sixteen rules of grammar, in combination with a dictionary and a collection of exercises, in a work entitled Fundamento de Esperanto Foundation of Esperanto. In Unua Libro , Zamenhof described a petition called the "universal vote", a campaign to collect ten million signatures of individuals who would learn Esperanto if a total of ten million signatures were collected. Although Zamenhof never collected the ten million signatures, the idea was revived in in an online campaign called La Promeso.

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In that year, an obscure Polish eye-doctor, Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof, published identical pamphlets in Russian, Polish, French, and German, proposing Esperanto the easy-to-learn neutral second language for every country. Today, Esperanto is alive and well around the world, and throughout the Internet. Kelter Nowolipie Str. An international language, like every national one, is the property of society, and the author renounces all personal rights in it forever. ISBN

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