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WILLIAM W. GOODWIN, PA.D.,
ELIOT PROFESSOR OF GREEK LITERATURE IN HARVARD COLLEGE,
AUTHOR OF “GREEK MOODS AND TENSES," ETC.
NEW AND THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION.
The Rights of Translation are Reserved.
This Grammar is partly a revised edition of the Elementary Greek Grammar published in Boston, United States, in 1870, and partly an independent work. The part which precedes the Inflection of the Verb contains the substance of the former edition revised and enlarged, with many additions to the Paradigms. The part relating to the Inflection of the Verb, SS 88—127, has been entirely re-written, and increased from fifty to one hundred pages. Part III., on the Formation of Words, is entirely new. The Syntax is in most parts substantially the same as in the former edition ; but some changes
; and numerous additions have been made, the chief increase being in the Sections and Prepositions. Part V., on Versification, is almost entirely new, and is based to a great extent on the Rhythmic and Metric of J. H. Schmidt, which has just been published in an English translation by Professor J. W. White. I have not