Paul wrote:I'd replace Autenrieth with Cunliffe.
At the moment I'm managing about 300-400 lines a day, so a book every two days or so.
Thucydides wrote:Things are going well. I managed 600 lines for the first time today.
Thucydides wrote:I have a Loeb at hand always. I know some regard Loebs as shameful.
Adelheid wrote:The important thing (for me) is to get the flow of the lines,
chad wrote:Hi, I recently got Chantraine's Grammaire homérique (on Will's suggestion). If you can read French it's a lot easier to read than Monro and covers different things, e.g. the chapter on accentuation talks about the introduction of Ionic and Aeolic accentuation into specific words in the text, e.g. the recessive Aeolic accent in the shorter genitive and dative forms of ui(o/j; I don't remember Monro covering this aspect (but I'd have to check again)
swiftnicholas wrote:Where did you find Chantraine's grammar? I'm interested in getting it, but I've never found a copy. I sometimes photocopy pages from Cornell's library, but I can only get there once every month or two.
swiftnicholas wrote:Cool. Thanks Paul.
I noticed that abebooks also offers both volumes in an older paperback edition for a tempting price. Do you think the book to which you linked is a paperback? It isn't designated "broché"; but a 2000 publication year suggests a paperback to me.
Users browsing this forum: Dante and 9 guests