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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar (Latin Edition) [Paperback]

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Pages   489
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9.25"
Weight:   1.55 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jul 7, 2001
Publisher   Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
ISBN  1585100277  
EAN  9781585100279  

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Based on the 1903 edition, this attractive, newly typeset reprint of the classic work in Latin Grammar has some updating of the material on meter. The key system widely used to reference grammar in numerous Latin texts has been retained. Available also in hardcover.

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More About Anne Mahoney, J. H. Allen, J. B. Greenough, Benj. L. D'Ooge & Anne Mahoney

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Anne Mahoney is Lecturer in Classics at TuftsUniversity and holds a Ph.D. from Boston University. She has published articles and reviews on Greek poetry, particularly drama; and on Latin poetry, from Saturnians to the nineteenth century. She also has overseen the revision of "Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar" for Focus Publishing and updated the metrical material in that key reference work."

James Bradstreet Greenough was born in 1833 and died in 1901.

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Valuable reference work  Apr 5, 2008
This book is a valuable reference for Latin grammar. If you have a first-year text such as Wheelock, you will still need this book or one like it to explain the many Latin constructions you will encounter which are not explained in an introductory textbook. I used this book to help write a grammatical commentary on a letter written by Cicero, as part of a school assignment. It was easy to find the information I needed.
New Latin Grammar  Dec 4, 2007
For over a century, the peerless and indispensable companion for for anyone involved with Classical Latin. It passes on a tradition of profound scholarship with clarity and exactitude. A great bargain in the paperback edition.
pretty good  Oct 5, 2007
This grammar is pretty good. I don't have experience with other grammars but it has been useful in everything for which I have used it yet. My only complaints are that the index lists terms under section number (sections outnumber pages), which took a while to figure out, and that some obscure constructions are listed as being in a nearly unrelated section with sometimes only a very passing mention, unless I'm still not using the thing right. At any rate, very helpful.
An excellent Latin grammar!  Aug 10, 2007
I started using this classic grammar online. When I saw how inexpensive it is on this site, even the hardback, I had to order one. I have enjoyed it ever since. Even the most bizarre constructions found in Latin documents are in there someplace. It is so full of interesting items, and lucidly explained, that I enjoy reading it regularly just to keep improving my Latin. I even find the historical explanations valuable. They don't necessarily improve my understanding, but I find it easier to remember forms and irregularities when I see where they came from. For example, I learned that the "ba" in the imperfect tense comes from the same Indo-European forms that produced the verb "be" in English.
I'm not in a position to compare it to other grammars, so I can't call it the "best", but it sure works for me. I just bought my second copy because I found myself in the United States without mine, and I needed to translate Latin documents.
This grammar is probably too advanced for someone who has not already studied Latin. It helps to know English grammar too, which unfortunately even English majors don't know anymore (and shamelessly brag about).
If this grammar is too advanced, Oxford sells a small paperback grammar of Latin by Morwood that is very good, doesn't require as much knowledge of English grammar, and is inexpensive.
Finally, I can't understand why this site doesn't make their excellent hardback edition easier to find. They do sell it (I just bought one), but you have to enter the ISBN number in advanced search:
ISBN 1-58510-042-0.
It's a great buy on this site, so don't settle for paperback.
Good reference  Jun 9, 2007
This is definitely among my favorite Latin grammar references (along with Gildersleeve's and Bennett's. As other reviewers mentioned, this is a grammar reference. Do not expect to learn Latin from this book. If you already have an understanding of Latin grammar or are merely wondering how the Latin language works, this book is an excellent choice. Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar will be useful to teachers, students, and former students of Latin interested in maintaining/increasing their capabilities.


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