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Title: International Language Past, Present and Future: With Specimens of Esperanto and Grammar Author: Walter J.
Clark Release Date: September 24, 2005 [EBook #16737] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE *** Produced by Jonathan Ingram, William Patterson and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http:--www.pgdp.net INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE WITH SPECIMENS OF ESPERANTO AND GRAMMAR BY W.
J.
CLARK M.A.
OXON., PH.D.
LEIPZIG LICENCIÉ-ÈS-LETTRES, BACHELIER-EN-DROIT PARIS LONDON J.
M.
DENT & COMPANY 1907 PRINTED BY HAZELL, WATSON AND VINEY, LD., LONDON AND AYLESBURY. * * * * * PREFACE An artificial language may be more regular, more perfect, and easier to learn than a natural one.MAX MÜLLER. Sat Apr 01 16:38:57 2017 2 The world is spinning fast down the grooves of change.
The old disorder changeth.
Haply it is yielding place to new.
The tongue is a little member.
It should no longer be allowed to divide the nations. Two things stand out in the swift change.
Science with all its works is spreading to all lands.
The East, led by Japan, is coming into line with the West. Standardization of life may fittingly be accompanied by standardization of language.
The effect may be twofoldPractical and Ideal. _Practical._ The World has a thousand tongues, Science but one: They’ll climb up a thousand rungs When Babel’s done. _Ideal._ Mankind has a thousand tongues, Friendship but one: _Banzai!_ then from heart and lungs For the Rising Sun. W.
J.
C. NOTE.The following pages have had the advantage of being read in MS...





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