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Kyorinsuji’s bibliography and Phonological Charateristics

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2005, (54), pp.1-22
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to introduce the bibliography in Simsugwon Version and 14-year-version of Maisie reign, in bound form of Kyorinsuji and to examine the phonological characteristics presented in those books. Kyorinsuji of Simsugwon Version is a Korean Conversation Book distributed to the Japanese from Gangho to Maisie reign. Kyorinsuji is a precious source for a comparative study of modern Korean language and Japanese language. Kyronsuji(1843, manuscript) is the collection of a Simsugwon’s descendant living in Kuju and volume 1(part), 2(part), 3(full) among 4 volumes exist. 14-year-version of Maisie reign was revised and enlarged by Poroiyu and published in 4 volumes in the department of Foreign Policy. The system of Kyorinsuji is as follows ; there is a headline written in Chinese and below it, there are Korean sentences related with the headline and Japanese translation. Comparing these two, they are different versions. Simsugwon Version shows ‘conservatism of orthography’ of editor who followed the system of the Middle Korean orthography in the areas of palatalization, roundedness. Ming dynasty 14-year-Version actively reflected the system of Modern Korean orthography.

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