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The front matter section of this book The Idea of Writing contains the table of contents and acknowledgements. The book is an exploration of the versatility of writing systems. It concerns with the problems and possibilities of adapting a writing system to another language. Writing is studied as it is used across linguistic and cultural borders from ancient Egyptian, Cuneiform and Korean writing to Japanese, Kharosthi and Near Eastern scripts.

Keywords: Near Eastern scripts; writing systems

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