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Smyth, David (2010) 'Southeast Asia (mainland).' In: Logan, P.M. and George, O. and Hegeman, S. and Kristal, E., (eds.), The Encyclopedia of the Novel. Vol. II. London: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 757-761. (Wiley-Blackwell encyclopedia of literature)

Smyth, David (2010) Speak Thai with Confidence (3 CD audio-course with handbook, 71pp.). London: Hodder Education.

Smyth, David (2010) Teach Yourself Complete Thai. Hodder Education.

Smyth, David, ed. (2009) Southeast Asian Writers. Detroit: Gale. (Dictionary of literary biography, v. 348)

Smyth, David, ed. (2009) Translation of M.R. Nimitmongkol Navarat, 'The Dreams of an Idealist'. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.

Smyth, David (2009) 'A victim of two political purges.' In: The Dreams of an Idealist. Chiang Mai, Thailand: Silkworm Books, pp. 184-289.

Smyth, David (2007) 'Suchart Sawatsi: Thailand’s First Man of Letters.' Asiatic, 1 (1).

Smyth, David (2007) 'James Low, On Siamese Literature (1839).' The Journal of the Siam Society, 95 . pp. 159-160.

Smyth, David (2005) 'Kham saraphap kho’ng Noppho’n’ (Nopphon’s Confession).' In: Khu’ Itsarachon, Khu’ Khon Di, Khu’ Siburapha. Bangkok: Khana Kammakan Fai Prasan Ngan Khrongkan 100 Pi Kulap Saipradit (Siburapha), pp. 394-399.

Smyth, David (2004) 'Khang Lang Phap and the critics: Thai readings of a classic novel.' Tenggara, 47/48 . pp. 172-182.

Smyth, David (2003) 'Ban Maha Phai and Phrae Dam: from Silent Movie to Novel?' The Journal of the Siam Society, 91 . pp. 223-239.

Smyth, David, ed. (2003) No Way Out: a novel (translation of Chon Trok by Chart Korbjitti). Thailand: Howling Books.

Smyth, David (2003) '‘Prince Bidyalankanawa’, ‘Dok Mai Sot’, ‘Drama –Thailand’, ‘Khun Chang, Khun Phaen’, ‘Nirat’, ‘Ramakian’, ‘Saek’, ‘Siburapha’, ‘Sot Kuramarohit’, ‘Thai Literature’.' In: Levinson, David and Christensen, Karen, (eds.), Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. Massachusetts, USA: Berkshire Reference Works.

Smyth, David (2003) '‘Tai-Kadai (Daic) Languages’, ‘Oceanic Languages’.' In: Encarta 2004 Encyclopedia (Microsoft). London: Websters International Publishers Ltd..

Smyth, David (2002) Thai: An Essential Grammar. London: Routledge.

Smyth, David, ed. (2001) A Century of Thai Cinema by Dome Sukvong and Sawasdi Suwannapak. (translated and edited). London: Thames and Hudson.

Smyth, David (2001) 'Farangs and Siamese: a brief history of learning Thai.' In: Tingsabadh, K. and Abramson, A., (eds.), Essays in Tai Linguistics. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press, pp. 277-285.

Smyth, David, ed. (2000) The Canon in South East Asian Literatures. London: Curzon Press.

Smyth, David, ed. (2000) A Century of Thai Graphic Design by Anek Nawikamun. (translated and edited). London: Thames and Hudson.

Smyth, David (2000) 'Towards the canonizing of the Thai novel.' In: The Canon in South East Asian Literatures. London: Curzon Press, pp. 171-181.

Kratz, E Ulrich (2000) 'The canon of Indonesian literature: an analysis of Indonesian literary histories available in Indonesia.' In: Smyth, David, (ed.), The canon in Southeast Asian literatures. Curzon, pp. 147-171.

Smyth, David (1999) 'Chart Korbjitti.' In: Serafin, Steven, (ed.), Encyclopedia of world literature in the 20th century. Vol.1. New York: The Continuum Publishing Company, pp. 469-470.

Smyth, David (1999) 'Lao Khamhom.' In: Serafin, Steven, (ed.), Encyclopedia of world literature in the 20th century. Vol.3. New York: The Continuum Publishing Company, p. 13.

Smyth, David and Chitakasem, Manas, eds. (1998) The Sergeant's Garland and other stories. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press.

Smyth, David (1998) Thailand (World Bibliographical Series). Oxford: Clio Press.

Smyth, David (1996) 'Cambodian Language and Literature Studies 1965-1990.' In: Kratz, E. U., (ed.), South East Asian Languages and Literatures: a bibliographical guide to Burmese, Cambodian, Indonesian, Javanese, Malay, Minangkabau, Thai and Vietnamese. London: Tauris Academic Studies, pp. 88-101.

Smyth, David (1996) 'Western Studies of the Thai Language since the 1940's.' In: Kratz, E. U., (ed.), South East Asian Languages and Literatures: a bibliographical guide to Burmese, Cambodian, Indonesian, Javanese, Malay, Minangkabau, Thai and Vietnamese. London: Tauris Academic Studies, pp. 309-319.

Smyth, David (1995) Colloquial Cambodian. London: Routledge.

Smyth, David and Kien, Tran (1995) Practical Cambodian dictionary: English-Cambodian, Cambodian-English. Tokyo: Charles Tuttle.

Smyth, David, ed. (1994) The Prostitute by K. Surangkhanang (introduced and translated). Singapore: Oxford University Press.

Smyth, David (1993) ''Bahnar'; 'Cambodian'; 'Cambodia: Language Situation'.' In: Asher, R.E., (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Vol.1. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 300, 400-401.

Smyth, David (1993) ''Lao'; 'Southeast Asian Scripts'; 'Tai Languages'.' In: Asher, R.E., (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Vol. 4,8,9. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 2049, 4031-7, 4520.

Smyth, David (1991) 'Siburapha: the making of a literary reputation.' In: Chitakasem, Manas and Turton, Andrew, (eds.), Thai Constructions of Knowledge. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, pp. 63-83.

Smyth, David, ed. (1990) Behind the Painting and other stories by Siburapha (introduced and translated). Singapore: Oxford University Press.

Smyth, David and Buasai, Somsong (1990) Hugo Thai Phrase Book. Woodbridge: Hugo's Language Books.

Smyth, David (1987) 'Thai speakers.' In: Swan, Michael and Smith, Bernard, (eds.), Learner English: a teacher's guide to interference and other problems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 252-263.

Smyth, David (1987) 'The later short stories of Siburapha.' In: Davidson, J.H.C.S., (ed.), Lai Su' Thai: essays in honour of EHS Simmonds. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, pp. 98-115.

Smyth, David and Chitakasem, Manas (1984) Linguaphone Thai Course. London: Linguaphone Institute.

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