Author: E. Molee
Type: A Posteriori (Source: Germanic)
|elias molee, e ferfasr ov tutonik isn gebärn 3a einam 1845 ov eltera, wer komen fon norvegia
Molee was born in Muskego, Wisconsin to recently arrived Norwegian immigrant parents. In his autobiography molee's wandering (written without capital letters, which he considered "cruel, non-ethical, non-artistic, and non-scientific"), he describes an idyllic childhood spent listening to tales of Norse mythology in his family's log cabin, eating "good pancakes with milk in e dough n much egg n butter in it," and roaming the fields picking fresh berries, plums and nuts with the local children.
Elias Molee was the author of American Language (1888), Pure Saxon English (1890), Tutonish (1902), Niu Tutonish (1906), Altutonish (1912), Alteutonik (1915), Dynamic Language (1921), and Toito Spike (1923).