By Michael A. Fuller
This textbook for starting scholars includes 35 classes of more and more hassle designed to introduce scholars to the fundamental styles of Classical chinese language and to offer them perform in studying various texts. the teachings are established to motivate scholars to maneuver past reliance at the glossaries supplied within the textual content and to develop into more and more accustomed to dictionaries and different reference works. The creation to the e-book summarizes the grammar of Literary chinese language. half I provides 8 classes on components of speech, verbs, negatives, and the elemental sentence constructions. every one lesson features a grammatical assessment, a brief textual content with thesaurus and notes, and perform workouts. half II includes 16 intermediate-level classes in line with more and more lengthy and intricate texts. The advanced-level, half III, specializes in decisions from 5 vital early chinese language authors. half IV has six classes in keeping with Tang and track dynasty prose and poetry. Appendixes offer additional discussions of grammatical matters, chronologies and maps, and a word list of functionality phrases.
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An Introduction to Literary Chinese by Michael A. Fuller