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Professor Théophile Cart

Théophile Cart (March 31, 1855 in Saint-Antoine-de-Breuilh - May 21, 1931 in Paris) was a French Esperantist professor and linguist.

He appears as a character in Joseph Skibell's 2010 novel, A Curable Romantic .

Beginning in 1907, Cart was an editor for Lingvo Internacia . [1]

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Works cited

  • Korzhenkov, Aleksandr (2009). Tonkin, Humphrey (ed.). Zamenhof: The Life, Works and Ideas of the Author of Esperanto. New York: Mondial. ISBN   978-1-59569-167-5. LCCN   2010926187 . Retrieved November 19, 2017.