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ISBN:0829405208
Author: Raymond V. Schoder
ISBN13: 978-0829405200
Title: Homeric Greek II: 002 (Reading Course in Homeric Greek) (English and Ancient Greek Edition)
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Language: English Ancient Greek
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Publisher: Loyola Pr; Revised, Subsequent edition (February 1, 1986)
Pages: 312

Homeric Greek II: 002 (Reading Course in Homeric Greek) (English and Ancient Greek Edition) by Raymond V. Schoder



The text also includes a Greek-English vocabulary list, an appendix of a summary of grammar, and an appendix on reading Homer rhythmically. Preface Schoder and Horrigan chose to begin the second volume of their A Reading Course in Homeric Greek with Book 10 of the Odyssey because that is what, in the poem itself, follows immediately upon the Cyclops episode that makes up the last half of their first volume. They also opted for a strictly chronological presentation of the events of the Odyssey, rather than adhering to the poem’s original ring compositional structure.

Transition to Attic Greek: A Supplement to "A Reading Course in Homeric Greek". Series: Reading Course in Homeric Greek (Book 2). Paperback: 140 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1585101764. Product Dimensions: . x . x 11 inches. Shipping Weight: 12 ounces. in Books Literature & Fiction Dramas & Plays Ancient & Classical.

Raymond V. Schoder, . Vincent C. Horrigan, . Revised, with additional material by Leslie Collins Edwards. Focus Publishing R. Pullins Company Newburyport, MA 01950. Pullins Company Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company PO Box 369 Newburyport, MA 01950 ww. ullins.

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Schoder and Horrigan. Covering 120 lessons, readings from Homer begin after the first 10 lessons in the book. The text also includes a Greek-English vocabulary list, an appendix of a summary of grammar, and an appendix on reading Homer rhythmically. Welcome to my Blog And also can connect to RSS. Raymond V. Schoder, "A Reading Course in Homeric Greek" Books One & Two. Close.

Comprehensive introduction to Homeric Greek. Reinforcing exercises. Greek-English vocabulary list. Extensive readings from Homeric texts. Leslie Edwards’ A Reading Course in Homeric Greek captures the spirit of the original Schoder and Horrigan text while serving the needs of today’s audience. It’s simply Homerically delightful. Susan Setnik, lecturer in classics, Tufts University. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book 1, 3rd e. Revised. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book 2, 3rd e. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book 1.

The text also includes a Greek-English vocabulary list, an appendix of a summary of grammar, and an appendix on reading Homer rhythmically

Lesle C. Edwards, Raymond Victor Schoder, Vincent C. Horrigan.

This text is the original edition that provides an introduction to Greek language as found in the Greek of Homer. Covering 120 lessons, readings from Homer begin after the first 10 lessons in the book.
Reviews: 4
Jake
Wonderful, Wonderful 2nd revised edition. Make sure you get the answer keys in a separate book. Worth it!
Fenius
As others have mentioned, you need book 1 first. It took me about a year to track it down, but I did find eventually.

The strong point of this book is that there are a lot of exercises. Your vocabulary really gets a good work-out.

On the down-side, the book was written assuming that students would have a teacher, so important things like the difference between the aorist and the imperfect are handled in only one paragraph.

The other issue I have is that a lot of the exercises are drawn from the New Testament, which is Koine Greek, and translated into the Homeric dialect. This is a bit like a Latin course giving quotes from Dante translated into classical Latin--sure, it can be done, but it makes more sense to use the original language. (Other exercises are drawn from Plato, Aristotle, et al, also not Homeric, but not as distant as Koine)
Groll
update: The publisher has made the first eighty pages (which go up to the middle of Chapter 24) of this book available as a free sample to download, on their website "pullins dot com." So you can order the book now and start studying today with the free sample while you wait for your hard copy to arrive.
Diab
There is no mention that this is merely book 2 of a three book series. What good is book 2 without, at least, book 1 which is out of print. I returned my copy. Save your money.