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maxmanseb
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#1 · Posted: 5 Apr 2005 12:41
"Tinĉjo en Tibeto" has just been producted in Esperanto !

Two stories had been producted in Esperanto : "La Krabo kun oraj pinĉiloj" and "La nigra insulo".

"La krabo kun oraj pinĉiloj" can't be find any more (I couldn't find it anywhere), "La nigra insulo" is more and more difficult to find...

You can have the new "Tinĉjo en Tibeto" at this adress :

http://esperanto-jeunes.org/article.php3?id_article=114

Ĝis revido !
jock123
Moderator
#2 · Posted: 5 Apr 2005 16:13 · Edited by: jock123
Welcome to the group, maxmanseb!

Well, I may be stating the obvious here, but I am not an Esperanto speaker…

I am guessing in that the titles you mention above are:

Tinĉjo en Tibeto = Tintin in Tibet
La Krabo kun oraj pinĉiloj = The Crab With the Golden Claws
La nigra insulo = The Black Island


Do you actually read/ speak Esperanto?

Addendum: I followed the link, and answered my own question about which title was which! There is currently a copy of La nigra insulo on eBay at the moment, if anyone is keen…
maxmanseb
Member
#3 · Posted: 12 Apr 2005 13:06
> Welcome to the group, maxmanseb!

Thank you ;)

> I am guessing in that the titles you mention above are:

Jes ;)

> Do you actually read/ speak Esperanto?

Jes, I read, write and speak esperanto since 1996 ;) It's for me really easier than english to communicate with people from other countries and to participate to international meetings...

I already have "la nigra insulo", but if you succeed in finding "La Krabo kun oraj pinĉiloj", I'll be very happy ;) I've never seen it anywhere on the Internet since I'm seeking it !

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