Introduction to Anglo-Saxon: An Anglo-Saxon Reader, with Philological Notes, a Brief Grammar, and a Vocabulary (Classic Reprint)

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IT seems to be agreed that every English scholar ought to have some scholarly knowledge of the English language. Then every English scholar ought to study anglo-saxon. He ought to read representative passages in representative books of the literature thoroughly, dwelling on them line by line, and word by word, and making the text the foundation of general philological study. At least a daily lesson for one term ought to be given to this study in each of our colleges.
Enough such extracts for two terms' work are here given in a critical text. The notes contain, besides explanatory matter, outlines of the literature, biographical sketches of the authors, and bibliographical notices of manuscripts and editions. The author's Comparative Grammar Opens with a history Of the language, and illustrates the grammatical forms by those of the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Gothic, Old Saxon, Old Friesic, Old Norse, and old-high German. It is part of the plan to give a full etymological vocabulary. Thus it is supposed that appara tus is provided for as thorough study Of a portion of this tongue as can be given to Greek or Latin with our college text-books.
In this edition a brief grammar has been introduced, that it may be fitted for general use as an introduction to the study of anglo-saxon in High Schools and Academies where they might fear the Comparative Grammar. The etymological part of the Vocabulary is reserved for a future edition. It was thought best to make sure of the completeness of the list Of words by working it over in class before giving it its final shape.
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