Another new book in Ido: 'Quar Rakonti' (Four Tales) by Guy de Maupassant, translated by J. Houillon

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Adrián Pastrana announced a few days ago that a new book has been added to, entitled Quar Rakonti (Four Tales) by Guy de Maupassant, translated by J. Houillon. I just took a look at it and it's about 34 pages in length. I haven't had the chance to read them yet.

I love these books that Adrián always uploads because they are free content, which means they just need to be typed up to become searchable/sendable/copyable/etc. content, which is much easier than writing up things all by oneself. I'm still in the midst of typing up the Acts of the Apostles (which I haven't been working on lately) but I think I'll do these first since the whole thing is not all that large and I don't know these stories, whereas I know what happens in Acts.

Let's see what the Ido Wikipedia article says about Guy de Maupassant:

Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant ye 5 di agosto 1850 en Fécamp Normandia til 6 di julio 1893 en Paris esis autoro, precipua korta historii.

Amiko kun Gustave Flaubert il engajas su en franca prusa-milito e pos obtenas employeso en ministerio a Paris. Il publias lia unesma novelo, Boule-de-Suif, en la naturalism-manifesto di Médan-vesperi, organizita da Zola ye 1880.

Il abominas komedia homaro, la sociala farso.

I see.

By the way, I also noticed that there is a book on that can also be purchased: it's Citaji (quotes) by Partaka. $5.65 for a small book is quite cheap. Maybe I should order and send one to a family member or friend not interested in IALs.


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