Paperback: 384 pages I'm actually an intermediate Japanese student but bought Dover's Chinese character analysis to help me memorize kanji.
Paperback: 384 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0486230450. I'm actually an intermediate Japanese student but bought Dover's Chinese character analysis to help me memorize kanji. A story or a historical "hook" makes it easier to remember kanji rather than writing it dozens of times. So far this book's helped me make a few subtle connections between seemingly unrelated kanji.
The metadata below describe the original scanning. Caption title: Analysis of Chinese characters from Baller's Mandarin primer. Based mainly on Dr. L. Wieger's Etymological lessons and the Shuo wen.
Analysis of Chinese Characters book. 0486230457 (ISBN13: 9780486230450).
In similar vein, 'Analysis of Chinese Characters', by . Ingram, published by Dover Publications, complements the work of Wieger, listing one thousand and two characters, together with derivations and modern alternatives. Chang Hsuan's work on 'The Etymologies of 3000 Chinese Characters in Common Usage', published by Hong Kong University Press, also shows the derivations of many Chinese characters, from the 'small seal' script.
1,000 most important characters are analyzed according to primitives, phonetics, and historical development.
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Analysis of Chinese Characters. By: G. D. Wilder, J. H. Ingram. Chinese characters were not formed arbitrarily, despite (to a Western eye) their overall similarity yet bewildering multiplicity in detail. Over several thousands of years, early religious writers, court officials, scholars, poets, and eventually lexicographers created a body of material that shows a remarkable internal system. A few characters were originally pictographic; a few were arbitrary; but more were the result of combining phonetic elements with semantic features.
Analysis of Chinese CharactersPaperback – 5 October 2011. I am just starting lo learn Chinese at home and would not have even attempted it without the support of several e-mail friends from China. by George Durand Wilder(Author), J. Ingram(Author).
com: ANALYSIS OF CHINESE CHARACTERS. College of Chinese Studies, 1934, xi, 364 pages. This copy is bound in simple contemporary wraps. It is housed in a contemporary (of the period) blue cloth portfolio with ivory clasps. A former owner's name and "chop" are neatly stamped on the lower right corner of the title page. Overall, a very good copy.
George Durand Wilder, J. Far and away the most useful analysis of characters for both beginning and intermediate students.
Author: G. D. Wilder,J. H. Ingram
Publisher: Dover Publications; 2nd Revised ed. edition (November 2, 2011)
Pages: 384 pages
ePUB size: 1359 kb
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