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An introduction to the Lesser Used Languages of Europe series

> Listen to The Guardian Books podcast on Lesser Used Languages with Clive Boutle, publisher, and Paul Gubbins, editor of the Esperanto anthology

The series introduces the reader to the extraordinary diversity of European writing and thought through a unique collection of anthologies of poetry and prose from the earliest times to the present day, accompanied by English translations and commentaries. The books are aimed at the general reader as well as students and those with an interest in languages.

> Click here for more details of the books already available in the series

At the moment we are working on anthologies of Basque, Catalan, Scottish Gaelic and Cornish.
Other anthologies will include Ladino (Judeo-Spanish).

Available now:

Volume 1 The Turn of the Ermine: an anthology of Breton literature > More details

Volume 2 Manannan's Cloak: an anthology of Manx literature > More details

Volume 3 Breogan's Lighthouse: an anthology of Galician literature > More details

Volume 4 The Toad and the Donkey: an anthology of Norman literature from the Channel Islands > More details

Volume 5 Star in a Night Sky: an anthology of Esperanto Literature > More details

Volume 6 This Fair Land: an anthology of Maltese Literature > More details

Volume 7 Grains of Gold: an anthology of Occitan Literature > More details

Volume 8 The Old Red Tongue: An Anthology of Welsh Literature > More details

Volume 9 Swallows and Floating Horses: An Anthology of Frisian Literature > More details

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London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Second Wednesday of every month, Luxulyan. Prys Ton Cornish Music Session.

Until 25 November 2018, Redruth. Rehearsals for the Redruth Carol Choir.

Sunday 4 November 2018, Redruth. Shout with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 14 November 2018, Edinburgh. Catalan poetry at the Scotland Catalan Film Festival.

Thursday 22 November 2018, London. Poetry reading with three Iberian poets.

Sunday 24 November 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Sunday 2 December 2018, Redruth. Redruth Wassail.

Wednesday 5 December 2018, Padstow. Hark! Book talk.

Saturday 8 December 2018, Bridge. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 12 December 2018, Hayle. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Thursday 13 December 2018, St Agnes. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Friday 14 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Friday 14 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 19 December 2018, Truro. Hark! Book talk.

Thursday 20 December 2018, Truro. Carols in the Cathedral with the Redruth Carol Project.

Friday 21 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Tuesday 12 February 2019, Bedford. The East London Group a talk by Alan Waltham.

Friday 22 and Saturday 23 March 2019, Cornwall. The Cornish Buildings Group Conference 2019 What is unique about Cornish buildings?