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Cambodian Literary Reader and Glossary (Yale Linguistic Series) Paperback – 1 Jan 1977

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
cambodian literary reader and glossary 12 April 2003
By neil walker - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book is a treasure. There is nothing else like it written in English. Anyone who wants to learn Khmer, truly learn Khmer, must own a copy of this book. Within its pages there are samples of all of the major literary genres which make written Khmer so rich. Once you own a copy you will treasure it.
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For very specialized and advanced students only. 9 Mar. 2001
By Richard Arant - Published on
Format: Paperback
Composed of passages from historical prose, short poems and songs and classic epics, the "Cambodian Literary Reader" is exactly what the title claims. The material presented therein holds little practical application for the vast majority of native American students of the language, but could be of great interest to ethnic Cambodian-Americans and professional linguists. Huffman's intermediate level reader is a far better choice for the typical student after material which can be put to use in the field in Cambodia. That said, those seeking to pursue the type of material presented in this collection have nowhere else to go, and will no doubt be pleased with the quality of Frank Huffman and Im Proum's work.
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