International Language Review

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The International Language Review (A Clearing House for Facts, Theories and Fancies on the History, Science and Bibliography of International Language Movement, ILR) was a magazine which was intended as a forum for proponents of the various international language projects to discuss and develop their ideas, started in 1955[1] by Floyd and Evelyn Hardin from Denver, Colorado, and published in 50 issues until 1968 (some other sources state the year to be 1966).[2]

Floyd Hardin, together with Arturo Alfandari, helped found Friends of Neo, an organization for the promotion of the constructed language Neo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "International Language Review". Girafo. Retrieved 21 December 2016. 
  2. ^ "International Language Review". Auto Didact Project. Retrieved 21 December 2016.