I'm warren and have just joined the Textkit community with the hopes of, as you would guess, getting a basic handle on Latin. I'm a Gradutate student in English at University of Buffalo, just beginning a thesis. I'm primarily a scholar of Contemporary American Langauge poetry, but recently have been pursuing, quite the counter-intuitive path of a newly discovered love in Medieavl English Literature. Well, needless to say, I'd like to be able to accomplish my own manuscript translations and not have to always take author's words for it through long listings of Latin footnotes. I look forward to this stimulating forum and I'd like to finish with a couple of questions:
1-- I just read a posting that linked me to one of the best audio websites of Olde English I've ever experienced-- Thanks to who ever that was!! But I was wondering if anyone else knows of any other sites out there that collect audio recordings of vernacular stroytellers, myths and legends???