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Help with Greek Texts: The New TLG, Part 4 (N-Grams)

In my last few posts on the New TLG, I’ve mostly covered old tools that have been updated. In this one and the next, I’m going to tackle the TLG’s new statistical analysis tools. 1,331 more words

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Nikos Kazantzakis

I am a weak, ephemeral creature made of mud and dream. But I feel all the powers of the universe whirling within me. — Nikos Kazantzakis, … 9 more words


Help with Greek Texts: The New TLG (Advanced Search)

One of our readers asked whether the old TLG’s advanced search functions had transferred to the new interface. The short answer: yes! For the long answer, you’ll have to keep on reading. 1,610 more words

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Review: The Tears of God

I decided to buy a couple of Chrysiida Dimoulidou’s books, because I had heard really good things about the author and I wanted to find out whether she was as good as everyone said. 1,182 more words


Review: Demons Don't Have Names

I won a copy of Demons Don’t Have Names from a giveaway on the publisher’s website. I was not really sure whether I would truly like it and it’s size intimidated me a little bit. 1,887 more words


The Love Song of Daphnis & Chloe by Nigel Humphreys

A review by R J Dent

The Love Song of Daphnis and Chloe

by Nigel Humphreys

Edited by Catherine Edmunds

Published by Circaidy Gregory Press… 669 more words


Tips and Tricks for Upper-Level Languages: Using a Dictionary

In my last post on using Perseus in upper level language courses, I talked a lot about consulting the dictionary entry for various words. In today’s post, I’m going to talk about all the wonderful information found in a dictionary entry and explain how to find the appropriate definition for your word. 1,247 more words

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