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On 19 May 2012, at 14:38, Puey McCleary wrote:

> We’re having an interesting discussion so far. First some thanks:
> 
> Thanks, Jim, for telling us that there is a Volapük New Testament. It’s found here:
> http://personal.southern.edu/~caviness/Volapuk/Diatek_Nulik/
> 
> I guess the reason that I thought that we only had the Volapük Gospels is because that’s what the USA Esperanto used to sell:
> 
> http://esperanto-usa.org/retbutiko/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=20_330&products_id=6700&zenid=779678b17f542d1f03096862f72da5e4

It is still available. Badly typeset. I'm preparing a proper edition of the whole Volapük New Testament, though. 

> I’m sad, though, that it seems that the Esperanto Hobbit is out of print. This is the year to read the Hobbit, whether the original, or in translation.

Every year is a year for reading The Hobbit. :-) I'm looking into options for the Esperanto Hobbit. 

> Of course, there’s always the Irish Hobbit:
> 
> http://www.evertype.com/books/hobad.html

Yes!

Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/