|From:||Matthew Kehrt <matrix14@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 5, 2002, 3:19|
I posted this a bit ago, and while it seems sort of rude to repost old
emails, ir connects with the recent thread on conlangs in Gulliver's
Travels. I've dug around for the book and been unable to find it, so
I'll poke about on the internet for a bit and see if I can find
Matthew Kehrt wrote:
> Has anyone on the list ever heard of St. Thomas Moore's Utopian
> language? He invented it for his Utopian story (allegory?), "Utopia".
> When I read most of it abouta year ago, I meant to ask this but never
> got around to it till now. The book contained a sample in an appendix,
> which I may be able to dig up. It was fairly aesthetically pleasing,
> and, according to the short essay on it, based on greek. Any info?