Thank you for your post to me on B-Greek. Unfortunately, I am just
now learning about your posting in Satuday's digest. In the future, you can
just write me back directly, and if you think that our message benefits our
listeners, then post it to b-Greek directly.
Smyrna (and not NY!)
As an aspiring student, I can appreciate the difficulty of finding texts
and references. I would recommend a night class to acquire full student
priveledges or joining a "friends of the library" at a local seminary or
If there are varied institutions to choos from, try to get access with an
institution that uses OCLC (Online catalog of something) and is comfortable
searching their data base.
Myself, I have a wonderful text coming in soon, _Greek Studies in England:
1700-1830_ By Clarke. The Interlibrary loan works wonders.
W. Royce Allison
An Aspiring Greek Student