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The French “Abécédaire” (Abecedarium) is an object of curiosity for English speakers, especially in the United States of America where cursive letters are on the list of endangered species. French students learn their letters using very specific supporting lines and very few variations are allowed, at least during the early years. The main writing tool . . . → Read More: Abécédaire

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There is something about browsing old libraries: The opportunity to bring back to light books that no electronic index would refer to you unless you asked specifically for it. The university of St Thomas in St Paul, MN is more than 100 years old, and when entering it you are meant to find some of . . . → Read More: Coutumes (Customs)