Salvete!<br /><br />Allow me to introduce myself. I'm a self-teaching student of Latin and (eventually) Greek, with my goal being to read as much Classical Literature as I can in the original languages, from Homer to the Vulgate. I also expect much slamming of my head against a wall during this process.
<br /><br />I'm a Wheelock's student (and I've read the rant thread already), and I'm actually a quarter of the way through the chapters now. Yay me.<br /><br />I just read about a highly-recommended Homeric Greek course, "A Reading Guide to Homeric Greek" in three parts, only the second of which is still in print (does this make even the slightest sense?). I'd love to get hold of this somehow, assuming there are any copies left on the planet...does anyone have any ideas?<br /><br />And then there's my seven-year-old son, who's just starting with Latin now. We're homeschooling, so I'm going to have some learning of my own to do with him (which is half the fun). I'm not sure when to start him on Greek, but I figured I should try to learn it first to at least have an idea of what we're doing. Should I give him a good foundation in Latin first, or jump right into a Greek course alongside the Latin? And, is there a good course in Homeric Greek for young'uns?<br /><br />Looking forward to participating with all of you.<br /><br />Valete!<br />