Tertius Robertus wrote:Ok. But I want one which has a fairly constant style. I mean some one author which uses concrete words a lot and whose constuctions all the same of the same (and quite easy to deal with). Like Caesar in latin.
Xenophon is most like Caesar for Greek. The Anabasis
has long been the usual first author after beginning Greek, at least in the English-speaking world. You can find lots of material for it. The syntax used in beginners' books isn't much like the syntax of Greek in the wild, so it'll be tough going at first, but that's true for any author.
You might find some of Lucian's dialogs (Dialogues of the Dead
, and Dialogues of the Gods
) pleasant as an occasional diversion. They're short and they don't usually contain anything too trickified. I think he was a standard beginners' author in the Renaissance.
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