Parker, Charles Kenneth: A DICTIONARY OF JAPANESE COMPOUND VERBS. with an Introduction of Japanese Cultural and Linguistic Affiliations with the Yangtze - Malaya - Tibetan - Pacific Quadrilateral. Tokyo, 1939. [10], clxxi, 237 pp. Bibliography. 24x167 cm. Cloth, dustjacket.
GBP 95.00
Although the author, in his foreword, suggests that the dictionary has been promoted from 'supplement' to the focal publication of 'greater utility', his introduction is more of an extended academic essay with considerable linguistic interest, proposing to shed light on the origins of Japanese and its relationship with Tibeto-Burman languages. In very good condition with protected dustjacket.
Subjects: Dictionaries Language
Available, as of: 12/02/2022
Was item 551 in printed List 202.
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