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An introduction to the Lesser Used Languages of Europe series

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The series introduces the reader to the extraordinary diversity of European writing and thought through a unique collection of anthologies of poetry and prose from the earliest times to the present day, accompanied by English translations and commentaries. The books are aimed at the general reader as well as students and those with an interest in languages.

> Click here for more details of the books already available in the series

At the moment we are working on anthologies of Occitan, Basque, Catalan, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish
Other anthologies will include Ladino (Judeo-Spanish)  

Volume 1 The Turn of the Ermine: an anthology of Breton literature - available now > More details

Volume 2 Manannan's Cloak: an anthology of Manx literature - available now > More details

Volume 3 Breogan's Lighthouse: an anthology of Galician literature - available now > More details

Volume 4 The Toad and the Donkey: an anthology of the Norman language of the Channel Islands > More details

Volume 5 Star in a Night Sky: an anthology of Esperanto Literature - available now > More details

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01.From Bow to Biennale
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London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

16 April, Wadebridge. Cornish dance and music with Pyba.

18 to 20 April, Sheffield. 95th British Esperanto Conference.

20 April, London. Dr Caroline Radcliffe on Dickens and Wilkie Collins’ The Lighthouse.

26 April, St Austell Nos Lowen.

10 May, Callington Mayfest Nos Lowen.

9 to 11 May, Gwent. Kemysk at the Tredegar House Folk Festival.

11 May, Penzance. Cornish Dance Society tea dance in Penlee Park Theatre.

25 May, Saltash. Kemysk at the Sy Germans May Tree Festival.

7 June, Wadebridge. Kemysk and Tan Ha Dowr at the Royal Cornwall Show.

11 June, Dereham, Norfolk. Kate Frye: Dereham’s Suffragette Activist, an illustrated talk by Elizabeth Crawford.

12 July, City Lit, London. Alan M. Kent speaking on “Cornish Medieval Drama”.

1 to 3 August, Sidmouth Folk Festival. Kemysk will be dancing and offering workshops.

13 to 17 August, Milwaukee. 17th Gathering of the Cornish Cousins. Mousehole meets Milwaukee: A Cornish Gathering on the Waters.

223 to 25 August, East Susdsex. Pyba at Herstmonceaux Medieval Festival.