What you are about to see is an average letter written at the end of the  twentieth
century. There is nothing really shocking about the content. It describes basically, the rather humdrum life of a salesman in his letter to his mother.
Now imagine if you will what would happen if this letter were to be magically transported back into the year 1886, over a hundred years ago. Not really a long time geologically, but for our purposes: eons.
Try to pretend that you are the recipient of that letter. All the names of the modern devices that were invented in the twentieth century would be so much gibberish. To place into the shoes of this person of the nineteenth century all of the names of the modern appliances and items have been replaced with rather silly words. Read the letter and see if you can disern what they are.

A Letter from Our Future
 
 

Page maintenue par Christopher YUKNA - email: yukna@emse.fr
 


Ce texte © 1997 Christopher Yukna - tous droits réservés