No! But I have been trying to get a hold of a copy! My university doesn't
even have it. If anyone knows where to get this volume by all means share
with the rest of the list! :)
"Alex Loepp" <aloepp@...
><html><font size=3><pre>On the subject of Gothic books has anyone else had
the opportunity to use
>the Gotisches Woerterbuch by Gerhard Koebler? This reference work contains
>an amazing amount of information including a mass of conjectural forms not
>directly attested in Gothic texts.I'm surprised that Gothic web sites
>refer to it more.
>From: M. Carver [mailto:<a href="mailto:mcarver@..."
>Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2000 9:37 AM
>To: <a href="mailto:email@example.com" >firstname.lastname@example.org</a>
>Subject: [gothic-l] Re: Beginner's question
>I feel that Bennett's work is a good, accessible introduction to the
>language, and is useful for its graded exercises as well as its section
>on IE sound laws. There are a couple errata in the latest version
>still, if I remember correctly, but I would have to call on others to
>point them out, since I've forgotten specifically where they occur. For
>reference I resort to Wright's Grammar... though I'm sure there are some
>other good works in German, for instance, like Krause.
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