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Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language

by Diego Collado

The purpose of this translation of Collado's Ars Grammaticae Iaponicae Linguae of 1632 is to make more readily available to the scholarly community an annotated version of this significant document in the history of both Japanese language study and grammatical description in general.
Translated by Richard L. Spear, 1975.

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