Terrien de Lacouperie: Beginnings of Writing in Central and Eastern Asia

Albert Terrien de Lacouperie: Beginnings of Writing in Central and Eastern Asia, or Notes on 450 Embryo-Writings and Scripts (London: Nutt, 1894)

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Ball: How to write Chinese

James Dyer Ball: How to write Chinese. Part I: Concerning general rules for writing Chinese, and particular directions for writing the radicals (Hongkong: Kelly and Walsh, 1888).

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id., 2nd ed. (Hongkong/Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1905)

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Davis: „Eugraphia Sinensis“

John Francis Davis: „Eugraphia Sinensis; Or, the Art of Writing the Chinese Character with Correctness: Contained in Ninety-Two Rules and Examples. To Which Are Prefixed, Some Observations on the Chinese Writing (January 1, 1826)“ In: Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 1, No. 2 (1826) pp. 304-312.

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Owen: The evolution of Chinese writing

G. Owen: The evolution of Chinese writing. The inaugural lecture of the Michaelmas term of the School of Chinese. October 4th, 1910 (Oxford: Horace, 1910)

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Instigations of Ezra Pound …

Instigations of Ezra Pound together with an essay on the Chinese written character by Ernest Fenollosa (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1920)

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Julien: Thsien-tseu-wen

Stanislas Julien: 千字文 Thsien-tseu-wen. Enseignement primaire de la langue chinoise. Le livre des mille mots le plus ancien livre élémentaire des Chinois publié en chinois avec une double traduction et des notes par Stanislas Julien. (Paris: Duprat 1864)

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Barrett: Universal stenography; or, Chinese shorthand

Julia A. Barrett: Universal stenography; or, Chinese shorthand (San Francisco, New York [et al.]: Pacific Press Company 1902)

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Tchang: L’écriture chinoise et le geste humain

Tchang Tcheng-ming 张正明: L’écriture chinoise et le geste humain. Essai sur la formation de l’ecriture chinoise. 中国文字与人体姿势. (=Variétés sinologiques No. 64; Changhai: Imprimerie de T’ou-sè-wè/Paris: Greuther 1937)

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Piper: Bezeichnungen des Welt- und Lebensanfanges

Gottfried Otto Piper: Bezeichnungen des Welt- und Lebensanfanges in der Chinesischen Bilderschrift (Berlin: G. Reimer, 1846).

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Levasseur/Kurz: Tableau des élémens vocaux de l’écriture chinoise …

J.C.V. Levasseur [Le Vasseur]/Heinrich Kurz: 韻字目錄 [yunzi mulu] Tableau del elémene vocaux de l’ecriture Chinoise: Divese en 2 parties (Paris: V. Ratier 1829)

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