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0197136125
Author:
Judith M. Jacob
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English
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Oxford University Press (April 18, 1996)
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This book offers a comprehensive guide to the "classical" literature of Cambodia, manuscripts written on palm-leaf or Chinese paper .

This book offers a comprehensive guide to the "classical" literature of Cambodia, manuscripts written on palm-leaf or Chinese paper between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Jacob includes alphabetically arranged inventory of the authors and their works. In addition, she provides summaries of the best-known folk tales and "verse novels," descriptions of genres, and a This book offers a comprehensive guide to the "classical" literature of Cambodia, manuscripts written on palm-leaf or Chinese paper between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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oceedings{Jacob1996TheTL, title {The traditional literature of Cambodia : a preliminary guide}, author {Judith M. Jacob}, year {1996} }. Judith M. Jacob. This is a comprehensive guide to the Cambodian classical literature written on palm leaves or Chinese paper between the 16th and 19th centuries. After the introduction, there is a section on each of the ten genres, which includes proverbs, riddles and songs, and a description of the versification.

Items related to The Traditional Literature of Cambodia: A Preliminary. Jacob was formerly Lecturer in Cambodian at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Jacob, Judith M. The Traditional Literature of Cambodia: A Preliminary Guide (London Oriental Series). ISBN 13: 9780197136126. An impressively humble guide certain to prove invaluable as Western experience with Asia grows exponentially, this is a must addition to every serious Asian literary collection.

Volume 60 Issue 2. South-East Asia - Judith M. Ja. .Recommend this journal.Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.

This book offers a comprehensive guide to the "classical" literature of Cambodia, manuscripts written on. In addition, she provides summaries of the best-known folk tales and "verse novels," descriptions of genres, and a full bibliography of texts, translations, and studies.

Jacob, J 1996, The traditional literature of Cambodia: a preliminary guide, 2nd edn, Oxford University Press . NGO Forum on Cambodia/ Flora and Fauna international 2008, The Bunong, caretakers of Cambodia’s sacred forests, FFI, Phnom Penh.

Jacob, J 1996, The traditional literature of Cambodia: a preliminary guide, 2nd edn, Oxford University Press, New York. Odier, P 2010, Cambodian Angkor - a lasting legacy, L’Image Odier Publishing, Shanghai. Osbourne, M 2008, Phnom Penh - a cultural history, Oxford University Press, New York.

London oriental series ; v. 4. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. 40. Bibliography, etc. Note . The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The traditional literature of Cambodia : a preliminary guide, by Judith M.

Her final book, in 1994, was Traditional Literature Of Cambodia: A Preliminary Guide. She is survived by her daughters, Sally and Stephanie, and two grandsons. She helped her colleagues, and was held in high esteem and affection. She will be much missed by Cambodian scholars, Amnesty members (she was secretary and then chairwoman of the Guildford group) and British and Cambodian friends. Judith Margaret Jacob, scholar, born June 12 1923; died October 23 2002.

Cambodian or Khmer literature has a very ancient origin. Like most Southeast Asian national literatures its traditional corpus has two distinct aspects or levels: The written literature, mostly restricted to the royal courts or the Buddhist monasteries. The oral literature, which is based on local folklore. It is heavily influenced by Buddhism, the predominant religion, as well as by the Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata.

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The traditional literature of Cambodia. Are you sure you want to remove The traditional literature of Cambodia from your list? The traditional literature of Cambodia. Published 1996 by Oxford University Press in New York. London oriental series ;, v. Classifications. vii, 282 p. ; Number of pages.

This book offers a comprehensive guide to the "classical" literature of Cambodia, manuscripts written on palm-leaf or Chinese paper between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Jacob includes alphabetically arranged inventory of the authors and their works. In addition, she provides summaries of the best-known folk tales and "verse novels," descriptions of genres, and a full bibliography of texts, translations, and studies.