|Gradually "reviewing" them, briefly|
|Many of my papers contain (at least) one major booboo.
|"Some comments on the study of ancient kana spelling," Phi Theta Papers, Vol ?, 1961, pp. ?
|Among other things, I suggested reasons for a so-far unfavored reconstruction of Old Japanese, but when I presented my version
of a reconstruction, somehow I forgot that there is no ???
|"The derivation of certain Japanese nouns," Phi Theta Papers, Vol 8, Fall 1963, pp. 51-58
|I attempt to present evidence by weight of 40 examples that many Japanese nouns derived from verbs by the attachment of a suffix
"-a" to the verb root. One of my examples was "kura" = "store house," which I supposed derived from "kur-" = "to dig" and had a
semantic history similar to that of Eng. "go-down," imagining the latter to be some kind of basement type storage place and that
the Japanese version dated back to the pit dwellings. I never thought to check "go-down" in a dictionary and find out that there
was no implication of digging in this word borrowed from ?Malaysian? ?"gudang"?.
|"Toward the semantics of -te-i- attachment," JATJ, Vol ? No ?, ?, pp. 51-7.|
|"On the modification of certain reconstructions of Proto-Korean-Japanese," Papers in Japanese Linguistics, Vol 2 No 1, Summer 1973, pp. 31-47.|
|"Some problems with word meaning," Papers in Japanese Linguistics, Vol 2 No 1, Summer 1973, pp. 174-176.|
|"Another look at NP-no in relative clauses," JATJ, Vol VIII No 2,3, July 1973.|
|"'Subject' and 'topic' in Korean, Japanese, and English," Korean Linguistics: Journal of the International Circle of Korean Linguistics, Vol. 1, 1978, pp. 128-45.|
|The structure of the Japanese language, Susumu Kuno, Cambridge, Mass. and London, MIT Press, 1973.|
In Language Sciences, October 1974, pp. 19-24.
|"Martin on Japanese." Review of A reference grammar of Japanese by Samuel E. Martin, Yale University Press, 1975.
In Monumenta Nipponica, XXXII, 3, pp. 377-87.
|A Grammar of Classical Japanese. By Akira Komai. Culver Publishing, Chicago, 1979.
In Monumenta Nipponica, XXXIV, 4, pp.501-4.
|Post-structural approaches to language: language theory in a Japanese context. By J. V. Neustupný. Tokyo
University Press, Tokyo, 1978.
In Journal of Linguistics, ?, ?, pp. 326-8.
|Kodansha's compact kanji guide: a new character dictionary for students and professionsals, Tokyo, New York, London:
Kodansha International, 1991, (with Timothy Vance)
In Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese, 26:1 (1992), 47-50
|Andrew Dykstra, Kanji ichi ni, ...,
In Modern Language Journal 77:2 (1993), 259-60.
|Samuel E. Martin, Martin's concise Japanese dictionary, (with Timothy Vance).
In Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese, 28:2 (1994), 216-223.