"Chalet School" and other books available
ira at rempt.xs4all.nl
Wed Feb 28 11:00:05 EST 2001
On Tue, 27 Feb 2001, Anna Skarzynska wrote:
> Do you want a Welsh bible/hymn book then?
Oh yes. I have modern ones (the hymn book is Y Caniedydd Mawr) but I
can always use more bibles and hymn books.
> If you have access to any exotic
> ones, I'm definitely interested. Dutch?
Any special preferences - Catholic or Protestant, old or modern
editions? If I go to my favourite second-hand bookshop (well, the
second best, my favourite is a fantasy/SF shop) I'll be able to pick
them up for next to nothing and we can arrange a swap.
> > Varsinen an laynynay, saraz no arlet rastynay.
> What language is this? Latvian? Put me out of my misery and do tell!
No, Valdyan, it's a language I made myself. I also use this account
for the Constructed Languages list. It means "if you say I'm telling
tales, then go find out if it's true", a common way to end stories.
If you want to know more, follow the URL below.
Varsinen an laynynay, saraz no arlet rastynay.
irina at valdyas.org (myself) http://www.valdyas.org/irina/valdyas
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