Facsimile of Robertson's Grammar
clayton stirling bartholomew
c.s.bartholomew at worldnet.att.net
Wed Dec 20 14:23:26 EST 2000
on 12/20/00 8:26 AM, Dave Sherrill wrote:
> Does anyone think there would be any interest in an electronic facsimile
> edition of Robertson's monster grammar, or is it so out of date that this
> would be a waste of effort? Now that I think of it, I'm assuming it is in
> the public domain. Is it?
> Dave Sherrill
> Sioux City, Iowa
ATR is not so out of date that it is useless, however I cannot think of a
more unpleasant way to use ATR than an electronic facsimile. What would be
useful for those people who do most of their work in front of a glowing
one-eyed Cyclops is a hyper-text ATR.
Some of us are still somewhat attached to the information technology called
the codex. The codex form of ATR is very well indexed.
I use ATR at least twice a year. It has higher priority than Moulton-Turner
which I use only when all else fails.
Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
Three Tree Point
P.O. Box 255 Seahurst WA 98062
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