chad wrote:hi eureka, i have it and i definitely recommend it. anyone who has worked through the first few lessons of a standard attic greek book will get lots out of thrasymachus. it's attic, and it has a specific vocab list for each lesson (plus a consolidated one at the end). i basically found thrasymachus the most helpful book for learning attic: but if someone stanrted greek with this book from scratch, they might find it a bit too immersive (but there's a "thrasymachus" website as well which provides more of the grammar explanations if you need them: a google search brings it up.)
chad wrote:i've actually scanned (i.e. marked longs and shorts) the greek. if anyone else would find it useful i could scan (i.e. pdf) the first lesson (with its vocab list) and put it online, so that others can see thrasymachus is like, and how it's different from other books. there are about 30-50 lessons, i don't know if scanning 1 would be a breach of copyright...
Pete wrote:Amazon.com can't let you look inside the book until they get the publisher's permission. If you want, ask the publisher first if you can show off a chapter of the book.
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