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Late archaic Chinese

William Arthur Charles Harvey Dobson

Late archaic Chinese

a grammatical study.

by William Arthur Charles Harvey Dobson

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English


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Late Archaic Chinese is a precategorial language, i.e., a language whose lexical items are not preclassified in the lexicon for the syntactic functions of N and V. This will be shown on the basis of structural-conceptual criteria as those developed by Croft () and Sasse (b) as well as on the basis of methodological criteria as those suggested by Evans & Osada (). Now Professor Chen is sharing his expertise on the Chinese archaic jade with all the readers in the world by publishing this book. I believe all the jade lovers will enjoy reading this book and obtain the knowledge of Chinese archaic jade authentication, appreciation, and appraisal. Yung-Fu Cheng, Ph.D. Professor & .

STUDIES IN THE GRAMMAR OF EARLY ARCHAIC CHINESE NO. 3. THE WORD YAN BY W. A. C. H. DOBSON i. Introduction At least two recent translators of the Book of Songs have treated yan a as a first person pronoun 1). There is very ancient authority for doing so. occurs in the Erfi Ya 1). There is too, more modern authority. Hu Shih, following the Han glossarists, so regards yan. 2) But in doing so.   Brabble —loud dumb argument. Breech —a person’s buttocks. Bridewell —a prison or reform school for petty offenders. Brimstone —sulphur. Bruit —a report or rumour. Buck —a fashionable and daring young man. Bumper —a generous glass of an alcoholic drink. Burgess —a full citizen of a town or borough.

• Archaic Jade—An authentic piece actually carved in the period stated. “Archaic” in Chinese arts usually means pre-Han dynasty, that is, before about B.C. • Archaistic Jade—Carved in a vaguely archaic style, or more often a mixture of styles and periods. Often done . The Late Archaic Poverty Point culture in the lower Mississippi River Valley developed large permanent towns with satellite communities. These were linked in a program of trade in exotic nonlocal lithic raw materials as well as in the production and trade of finished goods made from these materials throughout much of the eastern United States.


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About this Item: University of Toronto Press 12/15/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Late Han Chinese: A Study of the Archaic-Han Shift. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS The present work is a descriptive grammar of Late Late archaic Chinese book Chinese (hereafter abbreviated as LAC), a literary language of the fourth and third centuries B.C.

in use in North China. LAC is the language in which certain works which later became canonical are written. The literature of the period as a. Old Chinese, also called Archaic Chinese in older works, is the oldest attested stage of Chinese, and the ancestor of all modern varieties of Chinese.

The earliest examples of Chinese are divinatory inscriptions on oracle bones from around BC, in the late Shang dynasty. Bronze inscriptions became plentiful during the following Zhou latter part of the Zhou period saw a Era: Shang dynasty, Zhou dynasty, Warring States period.

In the classification of the archaeological cultures of North America, the Archaic period in North America, taken to last from around to BC [citation needed] in the sequence of North American pre-Columbian cultural stages, is a period defined by the archaic stage of cultural development.

The Archaic stage is characterized by subsistence economies supported through the exploitation of. at there read book DE person COP student ‘The person reading a book over there is a student.’ b.

[Kan zazhi] de] shi laoshi. read magazine DE COP teacher ‘The one reading a magazine is a teacher.’ In contrast to this, Late Archaic Chinese rdof the 5th to 3 Centuries BCE exhibited anFile Size: KB.

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Late Archaic Chinese. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: W A C H Dobson. The present work is a comparative study of the grammar of two stages in the evolution of “Classical Chinese.” More particularly, it is a detailed study of a 3rd Century B.

text (Late Archaic Chinese) and of a paraphrase of that text in the language of the 2nd Century A. (Late Han Literary Chinese). University of Toronto Press, pages. First edition (first printing). A very good copy in green cloth with silver lettering on spine. Dust jacket is worn with small edge and corner chips and small closed tears.

Former owner name on front free endpaper. Old Chinese Old Chinese, also called Archaic Chinese in older works, is the oldest attested stage of Chinese, and the ancestor of all modern.

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This book contains in addition to a grammatical description of Late Archaic Chinese, passages from Late Archaic authors (produced in Chinese characters and romanized script) with a complete grammatical analysis and translation, and a lexicon of grammatical particles in Late Archaic book will take its place among the standard.

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IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on July 8, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: This paper accounts for the inability of a non-subject DP to move over the subject in Late Archaic Chinese (LAC) by proposing that DP movement could only be licensed by checking a case : Edith Aldridge.

This remarkable property of Late Archaic Chinese can be accounted for by an analysis in which the intransitive S-argument takes the f unction of an U- argument, while the A-argument is contribut Author: Walter Bisang. This book continues and carries a stage further Professor Dobson's pioneering researches into the nature and development of Classical Chinese.

He has here compared a Late Archaic text with a paraphrase of that text written in Late Han : Other articles where Late Archaic Chinese language is discussed: Chinese languages: Pre-Classical Chinese: became still more pronounced in Late Archaic, the language of the two major Confucian and Daoist writers, Mencius (Mengzi) and Zhuangzi, as well as of other important philosophers.

The grammar by then had become more explicit in the writing system, with a number of well-defined. Dobson, author of Late Archaic Chinese a grammatical study, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.

In this paper, the interplay of modal markers with the lexical aspect of the verb in Han period Chinese is at issue. Abraham and Leiss (Modality-aspect interfaces: Implications and typological solutions, ) propose a strong and possibly universal relation between the verbal aspect and either the root/deontic or the epistemic reading of a modal verb based on data from the Germanic by: 3.Underspecification and the noun/verb distinction: Late Archaic Chinese and Khmer.

Home; Node; Chapter Author. Walter Bisang. Book Title. The discourse potential of underspecified structures. Book Author. edited by Anita Steube. Library Location. Olin. Call Number. PU53 D57 Country. Cambodia. Topic.STUDIES IN THE GRAMMAR OF EARLY ARCHAIC CHINESE No. 4. THE EVOLUTION OF HUOH BY W.

A. C. H. DOBSON TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction The Book of Songs is one of the most important source documents for the historian of Archaic Chinese. It preserves, uni- quely, a number of grammatical forms that occur nowhere else in Archaic Chinese. It also bridges the gap in the 9th and .