How an artificial language from 1887 is finding new life online

On a recent Friday evening, the Esperanto Society of New York convened in a rowhouse on Manhattan’s East 35th Street. The upper floors of the building seemed to house a bilingual preschool, going by the many large surfaces covered in multicolored paint handprints, while the ground floor was made up of multipurpose meeting rooms administered by the Unitarian Universalist church down the block.

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Author: Sam Dean

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