It's always difficult trying to study something on your own, not knowing if your work is correct or if you've overlooked something, as in the case of: 1. Pharr guides you through the first book of the Iliad, and after finishing it, you will be ready for book two, or the Odyssey, or Hesiod, or whatever early hexameter poetry there is that's about it, actually Whether you are a total beginner or an advanced Homerist, here you can meet kindred spirits. And, by the way, as I'm sure you already know, Homer is fundamental to everything in ancient Greek. Now that I've retired, that day has come! Of course, to be truly Homeric, I'd have to put it in dactylic hexameter! My household is Greek yes, we read and speak modern Greek and I swear when my sons start arguing, it sounds like Agamemnon and Achilles are having it out in my kitchen! If you think you've seen this before, it's because I posted this article in the Latin D Ancient Greek Forum a couple of months ago. Pharr's book was my introduction to Greek over ten years ago, more or less.
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