[KS] pre-1895 Korean grammar
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Sat Apr 9 20:24:19 EDT 2011
About the primary sources of John Ross, see
Oak Sung-Deuk and Yi Mahn-yol eds & trans.. Historical Materials of the Korean Bible Society. Vol. 1: Correspondence of John Ross, 1880-1897 (Seoul: KBS, 2004). ISBN 89-412-9000-7.
James H. Grayson, John Ross (Taegu: Kyemyong University Press, 1982)--the appedix has John Ross, Corean Primer (Shanghia, 1877) & and Ross's articles.
> Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2011 16:49:38 +0900
> From: kc.kim2 at gmail.com
> To: koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
> Subject: Re: [KS] pre-1895 Korean grammar
> What impressive work! Are there further biographical details
> about the authors. There is no background information about
> how the work came about nor any information about the native
> informants, etc.
> Did they also by any chance work on Japanese at the same time?
> One would think that this work would have been an impressive
> example of Western analysis to the native Koreans who worked
> with the authors. How did this and similar works influence the
> Japanese and Korean scholars is a question that begs itself.
> Joobai Lee
> Ross's works are also available in Archive.org for those interested.
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 5:24 AM, Ross King <jrpking at interchange.ubc.ca> wrote:
> > Hi Kevin:
> > This can only have been the French grammar published by Félix Clair Ridel (1830-1884) under the auspices of the Missions étrangères de Paris:
> > Grammaire coréenne : précédée d'un introduction sur le caractère de la langue coréenne, sa comparaison avec le chinois, etc., suivie d'un appendice sur la division du temps, les poids et mesures, la boussole, la généalogie, avec un cours d'exercices gradués pour faciliter l'étude pratique de la langue /
> > Publication: Yokohama : L. Lévy et S. Salabelle, 1881.
> >> John Ross mentions a forthcoming grammar by a professional hand in his Corean Primer. Did it ever materialize? What Korean grammar books or notes were published between 1877 and 1895?
> > Kevin
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