Cleaned Up - On the Trial of the Immigrant
- Hej NoName,
with a cleaned up header to separate this serious topic from the dust up held under the old title, would you mind expanding on some of your thoughts in this posting?
> I hope you find it instrumental. I did not.I don't follow the meaning of this comment, unless you intended "instructional" instead of instrumental.
What did you find in it? What did the author not read nor understand? If you choose you can include examples of the similarities you see in this forum.
Of course the thread will go a lot further if we remain away from the insulting terminology that deflected this thread from its (presumed) original topic. With at least two responses identifying the writing as a product of its time, how do you see it now?
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, Nemam Meno <menonemam@...> wrote:
> To All:
> About nine years ago, I stumbled upon some work on
> immigration.Â It was about to be discarded
> from the university library when I recovered it.Â It is a work of one E. Steiner who is on the
> trail of an immigrant.
> After a few discussions here in this forum, I opted to scan this
> work and decided to attach to this e-mail. Itâs a pdf file.Â Please do not pay attention to my notes on
> each side.
> I wonder how many of you actually read this or what your reflection
> is going to be. It speaks about one thing you arguably all care aboutâ" the Slovaks.Â
> I hope you find it instrumental. I did not. I thought it was
> written by an observer who could not read, nor understand what he saw.Â
> But what I found stunning was how this
> author compared the surrounding nations.When I am reading posts in this forum, I find some resemblance.
> Thank you. No Name.
> Note: When you open it in Adobe Reader, press CTRL+SHIFT and the plus sign so you can rotate your view in order to see the text.