Hey, I've added a few more books to the bookshelf. Remember, just because it says 'we're reading' it just means that those are books recommended. Some are about the subject or academic study of Comparative and Historical Linguistics, but most are the nitty-gritty books such as grammars, specific ancient languages, etc.
Also note, if I place any religious books on the shelf, such as the Greek-Latin New testament, they are only of interest to me for the linguistic purposes. Religion does not really tie in with my adding it here. I have to say that the most translated document is the Bible, but I don't have an edition that is strictly English, so.
Feel free to ask questions here, or to contact me directly at Blackkdark.
T. Patrick Snyder started this discussion 3 years ago (edited). ( | permalink )