7.5 x 10.5", 598 pp., text in Chinese, hardcover, Beijing, 1986. (sl bumped corners).
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National Central Library. 7.5 x 10.5", Vol. II, Nov. 1982: 127 pp., Vol. II, Dec. 1982: several hundred pages, red stiff boards, Taipei, 1982. (o.p.; gilt lettering on spine/front page, vg). Vol. II, Nov. 1982: Editiorial notes and introduction in English, Character Code Table, Radix Index, Commants for Revision. Vol...
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.
5.75 x 8.25", 307 pp., text in Chinese, abstract, table of contents, and preface in Chinese, Japanese, and English, boards, d.j., Guangxi, 1996. Levels of Chinese Character CultureCulture-molding Effect of Chinese Characters in Relevant FieldsInherent System, Law, and Researching Methods of the Cultural Function of Chinese Characters.
University of Hawaii Press. 8.75 x 11", 876 pp., bibliography, cloth, Honolulu, 1987. (o.p.; scarce, sl wear to corners, text near fine). A very useful reference in reading early Zhou inscriptions.
8.5 x 12", 938 pp., text in Chinese, abstract in Chinese and English, boards, slipcase, Taipei, 1984. (o.p.; near fine). Articles collected from the First International Conference on the Teaching of Chinese as a Second Language.
North China Union College. 6 x 9", lxxxiv, 1056 pp., leather spine/corners, Peking, 1909. (o.p.; preface to revised edition, frayed top/bottom spine, worn leather spine/corners, some front hinge separation, ex Ching Wah Lee, sl browning).
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8.5 x 11", 73 pp., 16 lessons, paper, Honesdale, 1978. (o.p.; spiral bound, pen marks title page, 3 pages with brief highlighting marks and pencil marks ow vg).
6.25 x 9.6", 156 pp., paper, London, 1997. This present collection of papers aims to illustrates aspects of continuity and change in one area of Central Asia culture, namely, its linguistic heritage. They cover a wide geographic and historical field.
Bua Luang Books. sm. 8vo, 349 pp., paper, Bangkok, 1994. This pocket-size dictionary focuses on the most frequently used words and ease-of-use.
Bua Luang Books. 5.5 x 8.5", 304 pp., many b/w illustrations, text in English with Thai captions, index, paper, Bangkok, 1993. A useful handbook for visitors or students of Thai language and culture.
Munshiram Manoharial. 6 x 8.9", xvii, 1155 pp., cloth, d.j., New Delhi, 1998.
Studentlitteratur. 6 x 8.75", 210 pp., paper, Lund, 1972. (o.p.; some wear to corners, ex David. T. Roy library).
Brill Academic Publishers. 8vo, x, 204 pp., appendices, bibliography, index, cloth, d.j., Leiden, 1996. (o.p.; very good, ex David T. Roy Library with his signature on front end paper).
University of California Press. 5.75 x 8.75", 256 pp. of examples, cloth spine, paper, Berkeley, 1943. (o.p.; some wear to top/bottom spine and corners, some browning).
Kegan Paul. 6.25 x 9.25", 600 pp., cloth, New York, 1997. The most comprehensive reference work of its kind, this dictionary belongs on the desk of anyone with an interest in modern written language of the Mongolian People's Republic (1924-1992), and those of its successor, Mongolia. Compiled over the past...
Munshiram Manoharial. 5.6 x 8.9", 2nd reprint of 1871 ed., xiv, 316 pp., cloth, d.j., New Delhi, 1970.
Brill Academic Publishers. 6.25 x 9.5", xi, 190 pp., footnotes, references after each chapter, glossaries, hardcover, Leiden, 2002. This book on the pre-modern Tibeto-Burman languages (being the sixth volume of the Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the IATS, 2000) represents a movement to establish a field of Tibeto-Burman comparative-historical...
Pocket, 296 pp., text in Chinese, paper, Hong Kong, 1958. Listing of four-character proverbs or idioms. Includes pinyin pronunciation and pre-reform characters.
5 x 6.75", 3rd edition, 190 pp., paper, Surrey, 1996.
Tibetan Text Society. 5.25 x 7.5", x, 65 pp., glossary, fold out Tibetan script in back, cloth, d.j., Santa Barbara, 1946. (o.p.; vg).
Commercial Press 商务出版社. 8vo, vi, 384 pp., appendixes, table of radicals, index of characters,cloth, d.j., Shanghai, 1934. (o.p.; vg). An introduction to a working vocabulary of 4,500 characters. Under each character are given its ancient "seal form," its pronunciation in Mandarin, Foochow and Amoy dialects, its meaning in English, and...
7.5 x 10.5", 367 pp., iv, green boards, Kuala Lumpur, 1955. (o.p.; browning to title page, sl warp front cover).
7.2 x 10.2", ix, 205 pp., b/w figures, glossary, bibliography, index of Chinese characters, general index, cloth, New Haven, 1994.
University of California Press. 6.75 x 10", 16 pp., paper, Berkeley, 1947. (o.p.; light soiling to cover, text vg). Reprinted from University of California Publications in East Assiatic Philology, Volume 1, No. 1.