Publisher:McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 1973
Binding:Softcover (Spiral Bound)
McGill-Queen's University Press, 1973, Softcover (Spiral Bound), Book Condition: Good Condition, Revised Edition
Compiled by two professors of linguistics and classics at McGill University, this two-volume compendium is "a self-instructional text containing all the information a student needs to do a language laboratory." In this case, the language is Ancient Greek, the language of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle and the great original dramatic comedies and tragedies. Specifically, this compendium teaches a dialect known as Attic, used by educated Athenians during the 4th century BC, and is based on the Symposium of Plato and the Euthyphro of Xenophon. For any aspiring student of this classic language. 1437 pages. 2-volume set (complete). Text contains notes and marks in pencil and ink throughout Volume1. Volume 2 contains minor notes and marks in pencil and ink. Contains extra looseleaf printed matter on the subject. Soiling/markings/foxing to covers, edges, and occasisionally throughout. Shelf and edge wear to covers. Some minor dampstain to edges. Browning to pages. Light bumping to corners. Light creasing to covers. Shipped Weight: 3.14 kilos. ISBN: 0773501967. ISBN/EAN: 9780773501966.