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Old 8th June 2022, 09:01 PM
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I downloaded a copy of the above excellent Book, written by Ctein.

Just a simple question about it.

How do you pronounce CTEIN ?

I have heard a few ways on the internet.


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Old 8th June 2022, 11:16 PM
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Nat I am not sure anyone really knows There was an exact same thread on this question on Photrio.
Everyone there knew the answer but as I recall all the answers were different

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It is a pseudonyme, of course. Only Ctein itself knows how it should have pronounced:

If you phone, my name is pronounced "kuh-TINE" (well, it's pronounced that way whether or not you phone.

https://ctein.com/seemywrk.htm

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Old 9th June 2022, 11:59 AM
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Mike, great minds think alike.

Uwe, That sounds like an old fashioned cash till in a shop Kut-ing

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That sounds like an old fashioned cash till in a shop Kut-ing
And THAT sounds like an old fashioned MAD Comic, but I'm missing a finally "Slunk!" :-)
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Old 9th June 2022, 04:17 PM
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My kids had a cheap Ludo board which said 'Ctart' on the Start square. I assumed it was printed by someone who got the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets muddled up. By that logic, the author's name might be Stein?
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Stein was also my first take. Thought of C as first letter of the first name and tein as the ending of the family name, coming from stein, which is German for stone. My favourite pianist and favourite share the same last name, Rubinstein. The book is great.
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