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that states: "the creation of a universal language was an obvious idea in Bialystok, which in the second half of the 19th century was populated mostly by Jews, as well as Poles, Russians, Germans, and in a smaller number Belarusians, Tatars and Lithuanians".
28) A self-described idealist, Zamenhof
sought to provide
intended Esperanto as a common language that would unite people of different cultures.
too wished to build a universal language, but his motives were not related to the discovery of truth; he confronted the problem of Babel: the problem of the diversity of natural languages among national, ethnic, and cultural groups.
All this is set sweetly and hilariously against a historical backdrop of Esperanto, the real-life, utopian and slightly nerdy language that Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof
(who becomes a character in the play) invented in the 19th century to help bring about world peace.
Yet when Stavans writes about Zamenhof
, the inventor of Esperanto, born in Bialystok, he says he was born to "parents of Lithuanian Jewish descent" (p.
, generated an awful lot of malicious search results -- taking visitors to dodgy advertisements or pages that tried to trick visitors into thinking their computers were infected and paying for fake antivirus software.
Day--The most widely celebrated day in Esperanto culture, celebrating the birthday of Esperanto creator Ludwik Zamenhof
She then heads off to Poland for the 94th Esperanto World Congress, in Bialystok, birth-placof Esperanto creator Ludovic Zamenhof
The day culminated with a presentation on famous Polish figures and the language of Esperanto which was created by Polish linguist Ludwig Zamenhof
19) Vischer, E, S Zamenhof
and E Chargaff, 'Microbial nucleic acids: the desoxypentose nucleic acids of avain tubercule bacilli and yeast', Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol, 177, no.