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Basically I'm going back to Greece on Tuesday for 10 days and then I have about another 10 before term starts again and I need to retighten my grip on classical languages and lit in between eating and swimming. I need to travel as light as possible so I'll be mainly relying on my e-reader (sony PRS 5 something or other) since I have not the time for books to arrive via post.
I need to remember Grammar, syntactical rules and get reading in order to acquire vocabulary. With a heavy focus on the Homeric corpus if you please. So basically any vocab lists etc in pdf form would be great.
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If I'm not mistaken, you can get Steadman's commentaries for free on download.http://geoffreysteadman.wordpress.com/
I don't know how well they will cooperate with your e-reader, but Odyssey 6-12 are available. His vocabulary resources are truly excellent.
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I haven't learned any Homeric Greek yet, but this seems like a nice book
to use in conjunction with Pharr's or Mornro's books, and I'm sure it would be
a much lighter review book than the latter.http://www.archive.org/details/homericgrammar00thomgoog
(Use All Files: Http to get the direct link for the pdf.)
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