Windows to southeast asia an anthology for critical reading thinking and writing offers an asian perspective on political cultural social and economic issues that are critical to the region such a perspective is much needed in the existing book market which is often dominated by british or us centric texts. Add tags for windows to southeast asia an anthology for critical reading thinking and writing be the first. Writing in asia series was a series of books of asian writing published by heinemann from 1966 to 1996 initiated and mainly edited by leon comber the series brought attention to various asian anglophone writers like shirley geok lin lim western writers based in asia like austin coates and w somerset maugham and modern and classic stories and novels in english translation from the malay . There is a dearth of research conducted on the languages of southeast asia by including these languages and scripts we can build more comprehensive and representative universal models of reading and writing in this paper the characteristics of the languages and writing systems of southeast asia will be briefly reviewed. This book introduces readers to the remarkable linguistic diversity of east and southeast asia it combines serious but accessible treatments of diverse areas not usually found in a single volume for example word origins cultural key words tones and sounds language families and typology key syntactic structures writing systems communicative style
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