Grove Press. 5.75 x 8.75", 210 pp., b/w frontispiece, appendix, index, folding map, cloth, d.j., New York, n.d. (o.p.; rubbed back d.j. cover, text vvg to near fine).
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Evergreen. 5.25 x 8", 120 pp., b/w frontispiece, 5 b/w illustrations, paper, New York, 1969. (o.p.; pen marks front end paper, vg).
Evergreen. 5.25 x 8", 148 pp., 31 b/w illustrations, paper, New York, 1970. (sl wear to cover edges, pen marks front end paper, text near fine).
University of Chicago Press. 6.25 x 9.5", 3 Volumes: Volume I: xlvii, 492 pp., Volume II: xi, 864 pp., Volume III: x, 572 pp., index, cloth, d.j., Chicago, 1971 to 1978. (o.p.; some wear to d.j., text vvg to near fine, some red lines and yellow highlighting to bottom page...
Open Court. 6 x 7.8", 24 folded pages, 12 color illustration, crepe paper, string binding, Chicago, c.1890. (o.p.; worn and chipped front cover, pages are supposed to be double-folded but the first 3 pages and last pages are not due to edge-wears).
5.5 x 8", 222 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Beijing, 1957. (o.p.; near fine). Selected articles on studying Chinese poems from Tang and Song dynasties.
University of Toronto Press. 6.25 x 9.25", xx, 241 pp., 13 b/w line drawings, notes after each chapter, glossary, biographies of author, bibliography, index, list of contributors, yellow cloth, Toronto, 1980. (o.p.; scarce, some soiling to back cover, text near fine). Most of the late Qing novels discussed in this...
5.25 x 8.25", 11th printing, xix, 411 pp., cloth, d.j., London, 1968. (o.p.; faint soiling to back d.j., text vg to near fine).
Dover. 5.25 x 8.5", reprint ed., xiv, 335 pp., translator's epilogue, glossary, paper, Mineola, 2002. Like ancient Greece, India claims two great epics: the Ramayana, a recounting of the adventures of a banished prince who wanders for years in the wilderness, bears a resemblance to the Odyssey; the Mahabharata, based...
7.5 x 10.5", 3 volumes, 1600 pp., text in Chinese, cloth, Taipei, 1963. (o.p.; browning; ex library David T. Roy). This is compilation of the Biographical Literature monthly journal collected and bounded in three volumes. Issues are from June 1962 to December 1963.
6 x 8.5", 430 pp., text in Chinese, boards, Beijing, 1972. (o.p.; near fine). Articles about two poets in T'ang Dynasty: Li Bai and Du Fu.
Egbert Forsten. 8.5 x 12", 595 pp.,list of tables, appendixes, bibliography, glossary-index of Sanskrit words, photographs of the Bakhshali Manuscript, cloth, d.j., Phildelphia, 1995. (o.p.; near fine). The Bakshali Manuscript is an ancient Sanskrit manuscript on mathematics written on birch bark. This work offers a new translation, the first in...
Ballantine. 6.25 x 9.25", xxxi, 282 pp., notes, bibliography, cloth, d.j., New York, 1989. (o.p.; signed by author to Herlee Creel, near fine). Translated, with an introduction and commentary by the author.
University of Chicago Press. 6 x 9", ix, 365 pp., footnotes, bibliography, index, paper, Chicago, 2001. The ancient Indian Sanskrit tradition produced no text more intriguing, or more persistently misunderstood or under-appreciated, than the Mahabharata. Its intricacies have waylaid generations of scholars and ignited dozens of unresolved debates. In Rethinking...
7.5 x 10.5", 180 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Taiwan, 1977. (o.p., ex libris David T. Roy, sl bumped on top of the spine, sl browning, test near fine). A master's degree paper on poems written by Fan Chengda, a famous poet of the Southern Song dynasty.
5.25 x 7.25", 140 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Hong Kong, 1960. (o.p., ex libris David Roy, browning, text near fine). Articles on 9 well known Chinese ancient writers.
Images Publishing. 6 x 8.75", vii, 219 pp, textured grey board, Shanghai, 1940. (o.p.; scarce, sl wear on corners, browning on edges of covers and inner pages, text vg).
Tuttle. 5 x 7.5", 2nd printing, xvi, 414 pp., b/w frontis, 16 b/w illustrations, appendixes, index, cloth, d.j., Rutland, 1971. (o.p.; near fine). Foreword by Arnold J. Toynbee Japan's literary giants are discussed Basho: the Pilgrim Poet Saikaku: Novelist of the Gilded Age Chikamatsu: Premier Playwright, the Shakespeare of Japan.
Princeton University Press. 6.25 x 9.5", xiv, 627 pp., biographical sketches, notes, bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., Princeton, 1982. (o.p.; scarce, sm light mark to the fore-edge ow near fine).
7.5 x 10.25", 101 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Hong Kong, 1980. (o.p., ex David Roy, sl. worn on the cover, fine). A study on a poem "Zeng Baima Wangbiao" written by Cao Zhi, a poet in the Three Kingdom dynasty.
5.5 x 8.25", 396 pp., text in Chinese, boards, d.j., Shenyang, 1995. (o.p.; sl browning). More than 300 selected poems from Tang dynasty.
5.5 x 8.25", 438 pp., text in Chinese, boards, d.j., Shenyang, 1995. (o.p.; sl browning). 300 selected poems from Song dynasty.
5.5 x 8.25", 506 pp., text in Chinese, boards, d.j., Shenyang, 1995. (o.p.; sl browning). 300 selected poems from Tang dynasty.
Columbia University Press. 6.25 x 9.5", xxx, 741 pp., map, Principal Chinese Dynasties and Periods, Romanization Schemes for Modern Standard Mandarin, hardboards, New York, 2000. In putting together this anthology, Victor H. Mair interprets "literature" very broadly to include not just literary fiction, poetry, and drama, but folk and popular...
Atlantic Monthly Press. 5.5 x 8.25", xiv, 370 pp., glossary, cloth, d.j., Boston, 1957. (o.p.; some wear to d.j., text vg). The autobiography of a young blind Hindu who found in America his education and liberation.