The Korean Alphabet: Its History and Structure
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336pp. May 1997
The Korean Alphabet: Its History and Structure
Editor: Kim-Renaud, Young-Key;
The Korean alphabet, commonly known as han'gul, has been called one of the greatest intellectual achievements of humankind. Experts agree that few writing systems can match its simplicity and efficiency, its elegance and intelligence.

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"Long overdue and ... most welcome" --Acta Koreana 2 (1999) (Read full review)

"Kim-Renaud's efforts to organize a chorus of informed intellectual voices contribute much to the

Editor: Kim-Renaud, Young-Key;
"A rich bounty of distinguished essays that give us new and important information not only about the creation of that remarkable script but also about the Korean language itself, as revealed in the orthography that grew out of the letter symbols when they



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