4 edition of Classical Chinese Primer (Workbook) found in the catalog.
August 1, 2007
by The Chinese University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Paolo Cherchi Usai (Editor), David Francis (Editor), Alexander Horwath (Editor), Michael Loebenstein (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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A New Practical Primer of Literary Chinese. Forty lessons designed to introduce beginning students to the basic patterns and structures of Classical Chinese are taken from a number of pre-Han and Han texts selected to give students a grounding in exemplary Classical Chinese style/5. Pulleyblank's is the most useful grammar book I have found for Classical Chinese, and I am sorry to take it so seriously to task. But since it suffers from the above defects to the extent that I now have to write my own grammar of Classical Chinese, I think I may be forgiven a little plain speaking.
Appendixes on hermeneutics, Chinese language, and the Kongzi are very useful. Summing up: Highly recommended." --F. J. Hoffman, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, in Choice"Van Norden's book is a very good introduction to the classical Chinese thinkers, especially for those interested in the Chinese-Western comparative approach. In sinology, the Classic Chinese Novels are two sets of the four or six best-known traditional Chinese Four Classic Novels include Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Journey to the West, Water Margin and Dream of the Red Chamber, and the Six Classic Novels add Rulin waishi and Jin Ping Mei to this list. These are among the world's longest and oldest novels, and they are the most read.
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The Classical Chinese Primer is suffers from a lot of the same problems, but it has a couple advantages the others do not. There are 40 readings, most of which are both amusing in their own right and well-known by Chinese people/5(3).
Classical Chinese Primer (Workbook) Bilingual, Workbook Edition by John Wang (Author), Sue-mei Wu (Author), Shaoyu Jiang (Author), & ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Format: Paperback. Classical Chinese Primer (Reader) by John C. Wang () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(3). Classical Chinese Primer. Designed for those who have studied Modern Classical Chinese Primer book for one or two years, but who have had no exposure to Classical Chinese before, this work is in a set of two volumes: the reader itself and a workbook/5(5).
Classical Chinese: A Functional Approach is a comprehensive and accessible one-year introduction to classical Chinese for students with advanced proficiency in modern Chinese.
This innovative textbook focuses on key function words, with carefully selected brief excerpts from classical sources arranged to provide a structural approach to the language/5(4). Classical Chinese: A Basic Reader is the most comprehensive and authoritative textbook on the language, literature, philosophy, history, and religion of premodern China.
Rigorously and extensively field-tested and fine-tuned for years in classroom settings by three members of the Chinese Linguistics Project at Princeton University, it sets a new standard for the field/5(9). A New Introduction to Classical Chinese (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).
Similar in conception, emphasis, and organization to his earlier book, but with a changed selection of passages, a 27% increase in characters covered to just overand a shift from W-G to Pinyin + W-G in the by: 6.
My first book in classical/literary chinese was Michael a Fuller's An Introduction to Literary Chinese: Revised Edition (Harvard East Asian Monographs).
It's thorough and linguistically exact but can be difficult for beginner. Another good choice is Yuan, Tang & Geiss's Classical Chinese /5(16).
Welcome to the Wikibook of Classical Chinese (Chinese: 文言). This book teaches the Classical Chinese language, which must be expressed in traditional Chinese. Knowledge of some basic Chinese characters before starting this course is assumed.
Classical Chinese, also known as Literary Chinese, is the language of the classic literature from the end of the Spring and Autumn period through to the end of the Han dynasty, a written form of Old : 5th century BC to 2nd century AD; continued as a.
This Little Primer introduces students of classical Chinese to the earliest extant body of Chinese texts dating from about the 13th to the 10th centuries BC. These texts are known as Oracle-Bone Inscriptions and relate to any matter that was deemed sufficiently important to require consultation with the ancestors and deities of the Shang aristocracy.
The Thousand Character Classic (Chinese: 千字文; pinyin: Qiānzì Wén), also known as the Thousand Character Text, is a Chinese poem that has been used as a primer for teaching Chinese characters to children from the sixth century onward.
It contains exactly one thousand characters, each used only once, arranged into lines of four characters apiece and grouped into four line rhyming Hangul: 천자문. Designed for those who have studied Modern Chinese for one or two years, but who have had no exposure to Classical Chinese before, Classical Chinese Primer is in a set of two volumes: the reader itself and a workbook.
The reader includes forty lessons in total, covering selected readings from ancient fables, philosophical texts, as well as historical and literary writings. A New Introduction to Classical Chinese Raymond Dawson. This authoritative new work replaces the author's edition.
It takes into account recent advances in scholarship with entirely revised notes on the text passages and improved and simplified explanations. The Chinese classics division has seven subdivisions: philosophy, classical poetry, classical proses, classical novels, classical criticism, classical erotica, and Lu Xun's works.
Their ebooks division has two subdivisions: modern literature (viz., works by modern writers and poets) and others (viz., works of philosophy, history, and religion).
古文入門Classical Chinese Primer By John C. WANG王靖宇, Sue-mei WU吳素美, Shaoyu JIANG蔣 紹愚, and Frank F. HSUEH 薛鳳 生 The Chinese University Press (CUP), The Chinese Uni-versity of Hong Kong.
ISBN: (Reader+ Workbook+ Free Audio CDs) Pages: (Reader)+(Workbook)+ Free Audio CDs Binding: Paperback. Classical Chinese Primer (Reader): John Wang, Sue-mei Wu, Shaoyu Jiang, Frank Hsueh: Books - (3). Classical Chinese grammar is the grammar of Classical Chinese, a term that first and foremost refers to the written language of the classical period of Chinese literature, from the end of the Spring and Autumn period (early 5th century BC) to the end of the Han Dynasty ( AD).
The term "Classical Chinese" is also often used for the higher language register used in writing during most of the. A New Practical Primer of Classical Chinese by Paul F.
Rouzer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(16). The Classic of Filial Piety, also known by its Chinese name as the Xiaojing, is a Confucian classic treatise giving advice on filial piety: that is, how to behave towards a senior such as a father, an elder brother, or ruler.
The text was most likely written during the early Han and claims to be a conversation between Confucius and his student, Zengzi.
The text was widely used during the Han Author: (trad.) Confucius. Forty lessons introducing students to the basic patterns and structures of Classical Chinese are taken from a number of pre-Han and Han texts selected to give students a grounding in exemplary Classical Chinese style.
Two additional lessons use texts from later periods to help students appreciate the changes in written Chinese over the centuries. Classical Chinese Primer by John C. Y. Wang,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).Designed for those who have studied Modern Chinese for one or two years, but who have had no exposure to Classical Chinese before, this work is in a set of two volumes: the reader itself and a workbook.
This reader includes forty lessons in total, covering selected readings from ancient fables, philosophical texts, and historical writings.