This blog aims to make it easier for people to read classical texts by being full of pdfs of word lists for them. It gets updated a little haphazardly, because I commute a lot. Each list is self-contained and standalone, and errs on the side of generosity. I started making the lists when I used to teach at Cambridge University, to help my students read their set texts. These days, I basically make one when I fancy concentrating properly on a particular book of a text. Get in touch if you find a typo etc.




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