Back at my former blog, I made a list of books for Latin and Greek, generally related to the Direct-Method, Rouse, etc., that it would be good to source. Some of them already exist on google books, or other places, but some of them are proving hard to track down. Since then I received a few new links which I’ve added to this one (thanks to that commenter!). Feel free to comment if you have located any others, and I’ll incorporate the link into this page.
WHD Rouse Demonstrations in Greek Iambic Verse (1899)
– , Demonstrations in Latin Elegiac Verse (1899)
– , A Greek reader (1907)
-, Latin Stories for Reading and Telling
Rouse and Appleton, Latin: on the direct method
E.H. Scott and Frank Jones, A first Latin course (1913)
WHS Jones, First Latin book (1919)
– , Via Nova; or, The application of the direct method to Latin and Greek (1915)
RB Appleton and WHS Jones Initium (1916)
– , Puer Romanus (1913)
– , Pons Tironum (1924)
– , Perse Latin Plays (1913); 2nd edition (?) RB Appleton, Ludi Persici
Edward Adolf Sonnenschein Ora Maritima (1914)
– , Pro Patria (1907)
WL Paine and CL Mainwaring, Primus Annus (1912)
Paine, Fabulae virginibus puerisque
TA Wye; WL Paine Primus Annus: Vocabula explicata
WL Paine, Decem fabulae pueris puellisque agendae (1927)
Frank Stephen Granger, Via Romana (1915)
A wealth of texts, out of copyright, enjoy and use!
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The link to Via Romana by Frank Granger is incorrect.
Thanks for pointing this out, I’ll endeavour to track down a correct link.
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