Koguryo, the Language of Japan's Continental Relatives: An Introduction to the Historical-Comparative Study of the Japanese-Koguryoic Languages with a Preliminary Description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese (review)

@article{Pellard2005KoguryoTL,
  title={Koguryo, the Language of Japan's Continental Relatives: An Introduction to the Historical-Comparative Study of the Japanese-Koguryoic Languages with a Preliminary Description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese (review)},
  author={Thomas Pellard},
  journal={Korean Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={167 - 170}
}
Review of “Koguryo, the language of Japan's continental relatives: An Introduction to the historical-comparative study of the Japanese-Koguryoic languages with a preliminary description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese”, by Christopher I. Beckwith. 
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