La Revuo: Internacia monata literatura gazeto (English: The Review: An International Monthly Literature Magazine) was an Esperanto periodical, published from 1906 to 1914.[1] It was the third Esperanto periodical, following La Esperantisto (1889–1895) and Lingvo Internacia (1895–1914). Together with Lingvo Internacia, La Revuo was one of the two central Esperanto publications leading up to World War I.

La Revuo
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May 1907 edition of La Revuo
EditorFélicien Menu de Ménil
FounderL. L. Zamenhof
First issueSeptember 1, 1906
Final issueAugust 1914


La Revuo was first published on September 1, 1906.[2]

L. L. Zamenhof published many of his translations originally in La Revuo and later published them as independent books.[3]

La Revuo ceased publication in August 1914, largely due to the death of Carlo Bourlet.[4]

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  • Korzhenkov, Aleksandr (2009). Tonkin, Humphrey (ed.). Zamenhof: The Life, Works and Ideas of the Author of Esperanto. New York: Mondial. ISBN 978-1-59569-167-5. LCCN 2010926187. Retrieved November 25, 2017.