Ueda's Daijiten : A Japanese Dictionary of Chinese Characters and Compounds (American Edition)

Kazutoshi, Ueda (compiler)

Published by Harvard University Press, 1945
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Title: Ueda's Daijiten : A Japanese Dictionary of ...

Publisher: Harvard University Press

Publication Date: 1945

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good


B007OBSMX0 ~Very Good. No DJ. American Edition published by Harvard University Press in 1945. Hardcover. Light shelf wear to boards; satisfaction guaranteed. Book is oversized and/or heavy, priority or international orders will require additional shipping funds. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1004204

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