See below for a complete bibliography.
The Teaching of English in the Far East
London: George G. Harrap & Co Ltd
The Oxford English Course. Language. Book Two.
London:Oxford University Press
The Oxford English Course.Reading. Book Two.
London:Oxford University Press
Bibliography of works by Lawrence Faucett:
Craigie, William and Lawrence Faucett. 1927. A First English Reader on the Craigie System of Pronunciation-Marks. Edinburgh: Hutchen.
–––––– 1925. Craigie Phonetic System: What It Is. Shangai: Commercial Press.
–––––– 1927a. The Teaching of English in the Far East. London: Harrap.
–––––– 1929a. Composition Correction Dictionary, etc. Peiping [i.e., Beijing]: Yenching Institute for Research in English Teaching.
–––––– 1929b. English Composition Guide. Peiping [i.e., Beijing]: Yenching Institute for Research in English Teaching.
–––––– 1929c. Step by Step Readers. Primer (Experimental edition). Peiping [i.e., Beijing]: Yenching Institute for Research in English Teaching.
–––––– 1930. English Composition Made Easy. Tokyo: Institute for Research in English Teaching.
–––––– 1932. ‘English word-values’. Oversea Education 3/4 (July, 1932): 178–82.
–––––– 1933a. ‘English word-values’. Oversea Education 4/2 (January 1933): 76–82.
–––––– 1933c. A Picture Dictionary-Direct Method, etc. [Cards.] London: Oxford University Press. (New edition, 1934)
–––––– 1933d. One Hundred Reading Cards, etc. London: Oxford University Press.
––––– 1936. ‘Essential differences between the vocabulary of the Interim Report on Vocabulary Selection and vocabularies prepared for the simplification of English’. Oversea Education 7/4: 179–82.
–––––– 1956. The Young Gotama: A Realistic Reconstruction of the Early Life of Sakyamuni, Showing the Spirituality and Gentleness of the Founder of Buddhism. Editors: Itsu Maki and Kin Watanabe. Tokyo: Shinozaki Shorin.
–––––– 1958. Six Great Teachers of Morality: Gotama Buddha and Jesus, Moses and Mohammed, Confucius and Socrates: A Classified Arrangement in Twenty Parts for the Study and Comparison of Their Teachings. Editors: Itsu Maki and Kin Watanabe. Tokyo: Shinozaki Shorin.
–––––– 1962. Seeking Krishna in His Teachings: An Analytical Arrangement of the Bhagavad Gita. [Radnor?, PA: The Author?].
–––––– 1968. The Essence of Northern Buddhism in the Earliest Chinese Dhammapada (c. 224 A.D.): A Blending of Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist Teachings. ‘Edited and translated into English for the first time with the help of Buddhist scholars in Japan’. San Marcos, CA: The Author.
–––––– 1976. Tolstoy, Advocate of Non-violence: Selections from Tolstoy’s Writings [originally published as Tolstoi Tales]. San Diego, CA: The Author.
–––––– 1978. The Sayings of Confucius: A New Translation of the Analects Based Closely on the Meaning and Frequency of the Chinese Characters. San Diego, CA: The Author.
–––––– and Itsu Maki. 1932. A Study of English Word-values Statistically Determined from the Latest Extensive Word-counts, providing teachers and students with a means of distinguishing indispensable, essential, and useful words from special words. Tokyo: Matsumura Sanshodo [Later, also published by Oxford University Press].
––––––, Itsu Maki and Thomas Fawcett. 1933. Complete Pocket Guide to Standard English: A Composition Correction Handbook. Tokyo: Matsumura Sanshodo.
––––––, H.E. Palmer, E. L. Thorndike and Michael P. West. 1936. Interim Report on Vocabulary Selection for the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language. London: King.