Esperanto: Universal Language, or Yet Another 'Jewish Conspiracy'?

When a Jewish ophthalmologist created the artificial language, he dreamed of a common language. A new book by Esther Schor delightfully captures its idiosyncrasies – in plain English.

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“Bridge of Words: Esperanto and the Dream of a Universal Language,” by Esther Schor, Metropolitan Books, 384 pp., $32