What is “more humorous than passionate attempts to invent artificial languages, Volapük, Esperanto and what not, to do the work that the English language is already doing all over the sea, and will, apparently, soon be doing all over the land”?
This is according to essayist Theodore Watts-Dunton
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Ernest Rhys, Modern English Essays
(1922), p. 120.