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Fifty-Five T’ang Poems

A Text in the Reading and Understanding of T’ang Poetry

Hugh M. Stimson

Four masters of the shi form of Chinese poetry, who are generally considered to be giants in the entire history of Chinese literature, are represented in this book: three from the eighth century, and one from the ninth. A few...

March 11, 1976, Paper, $26.00

The Dilemma of the Modern in Japanese Fiction

Dennis C. Washburn

This book looks at modernity in Japanese literary culture as a continuing historical dynamic rather than as merely the product of the intense Westernization of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The author links...

March 11, 1995, Paper, $34.00

The Psychoanalytic Theory of Greek Tragedy

C. Fred Alford

Psychoanalytic readings of literature are often reductionist, seeking to find in great works of the past support for current psychoanalytic tenets. In this book C. Fred Alford begins with the possibility that the insights...

October 11, 1992, Paper, $35.00

Read Chinese, Book Two

A Beginning Text in the Chinese Character, Expanded Edition

Richard Chang

This second book of the Read Chinese series covers an additional three hundred Chinese characters, in both simplified and traditional forms. It is structured within the framework of a story about a Chinese student's journey...

March 11, 1983, Paper, $34.00

Read Chinese, Book Three

Fang-yu Wang and Richard Chang

This third book of the Read Chinese series covers an additional four hundred Chinese characters, in both simplified and traditional forms. The selections are drawn from modern narrative and expository prose, as well as plays...

March 11, 1965, Paper, $21.00

Speak Cantonese, Book One

Revised Edition

Parker Po-fei Huang and Gerard P. Kok

This first book of the Speak Cantonese series continues an introduction to standard Cantonese dialect. It uses pinyin romanization and emphasizes the development of vocabulary.

March 11, 1999, Paper, $39.00

Speak Cantonese, Book Two

Parker Po-fei Huang

This second book of the Speak Cantonese series continues an introduction to standard Cantonese dialect. It uses pinyin romanization and emphasizes the development of vocabulary.

March 11, 1985, Paper, $45.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume One

Parker Po-fei Huang and Hugh M. Stimson

This book begins the Spoken Standard Chinese series, which emphasizes natural dialogue and familiarity with a modern, adult vocabulary. Book One uses pinyin romanization and no Chinese characters. An accompanying audio...

March 11, 1976, Paper, $34.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume One

Student Workbook

Vivien Wong and Quincey Lu

This book begins the Spoken Standard Chinese series, which emphasizes natural dialogue and familiarity with a modern, adult vocabulary. Book One uses pinyin romanization and no Chinese characters. An accompanying audio...

March 11, 1982, Paper, $18.00

Spoken Standard Chinese, Volume Two

Parker Po-fei Huang and Hugh M. Stimson

This second book of the Spoken Standard Chinese series completes the presentation of the major grammatical patterns of mdoern Mandarin and introduces an additional 700 words. Book Two uses pinyin romanization. An accompanying...

March 11, 1978, Paper, $34.00

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