From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 24 1997 - 15:19:51 EST
At 3:06 AM -0600 2/24/97, Carlton Winbery wrote:
>Carl W. Conrad wrote;
>>>- Gullick(? or Gullickson?) (something like that - and someone else
>>I don't know this one.
>Could this be the old one in the College Classical Series by Wm. Goodwin
>revised by Charles B. Gulick from Caratzas Bros. in NY. There were several
>reprints of this one. If so, it is a more classical approach to learning
>language. It has a good mix of accidence and syntax and may be too much
>for beginning students. It would be better for someone who started with
>Koine or someone needing to pick it up again.
That, I think, Carlton, is a regular grammar, not a course of instruction
at all; it's inferior to Smyth, but attempts to do the same thing, i.e.,
it's essentially a reference work.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO, USA 63130
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