Goodwin’s Greek Grammar stands with Hadley’s Greek Grammar as one of the most widely used and longest running Greek Grammars in America. The grammar has gone through many editions and reprints for over 130 years, with the last major edition appearing in 1930.
Download this free Greek reader of Xenophon’s Anabasis Book VI in Greek by G.M. Edwards. The reader features a well-written introduction, 31 pages of Classical Greek text followed by 35 pages of line notes and a useful vocabulary.
B. Perrin’s Homer’s Odyssey Books V – VIII presents the Odyssey in Greek. Line notes to assist the reader are found at the bottom of every page and there are additional notes in the appendix.
Learn to read Homer with Edward B. Clapp’s Homer’s Iliad Books XIX – XXIV. This Greek reader features line notes at the bottom of every page and there is also additional commentary in the appendix.
Download this free New Testament Greek reader of the Gospel of St. Luke. This reader provides the St. Luke’s Gospel in Greek along with line notes and a helpul vocabulary to assist the Biblical Greek learner.
Selections From Herodotus by W. Walter Merry is an excellent introduction into reading Herodotus in Greek. This Greek reader provides passages of interest to the reader with ample notes in the appendix.
This Latin reader presents Book IV of Virgil’s Georgics in Latin by T.E. Page. The reader comes complete with Latin text, notes in the appendix and vocabulary.
Arthur Sidgwick created Easy Selections From Plato with the hope the Greek learners would appreciate and enjoy the works of Plato in addition to the Apology. This 150 page Greek reader presents 37 select passages from a variety of Plato’s dialogs. There are line notes in the book’s appendix to assist the learner.