Literature:Even when issues arise
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Even when issues arise is passage representing a common communistic philosophical narrative in Danterian culture and acting as a non-minimal pangram for the Dãterške language. Little is known about the origin of the text, other than that it was originally written in English by the author Comrade kari edwards and published in a collection of poems known as Bharat Jiva; the original text was then modified & translated by Elliott Wheeler to better fit the narrative and suit the language.
Due to the passage's length, it's been hypothesized that the text could act as a pangram in any language if translated accordingly. In both the writing style of kari edwards and Dãterške, the poem is traditionally written entirely in lowercase-monocase, unless the target language's typographic convention demands otherwise.
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