To understand Middle-Earth is to understand the writer behind it.
Since I’ve written about language revitalization, I thought it would be suitable to coin a new word.
If I were to sum up this book, I would say that it is a mixture of autobiography and Passamaquoddy Studies. Plot It is chronological, going from the founding of the Passamaquoddy village the author lived in to the author’s childhood to the author’s present time when writing. All the while, he gets into detail […]
I learned more than just the languages themselves.
Within Tierra del Fuego resides a nation that needs to be researched more.
How else would fossils be found if not in lore?
It should bring endangered and extinct languages to modern-day relevance.