Molina et al.
Rudiger V. Busto
rude at stanford.edu
Wed May 9 19:16:46 UTC 2001
As long as we are praising R. Joe Campbell, I have found his _A
Morphological Dictionary of Classical Nahuatl: A Morpheme Index to
the Vocabulario en lengua mexicana y castellana of Fray Alonso de
Molina_ (Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1985) to be
extremely valuable and easy to navigate.
>There was no experience in school more enjoyable than plowing through
>Molina with Joe.
>Now, he did a Carochi dictionary if you're biting at the bit. Am I right
>about that? University of Wisconsin Press, I believe.
>BTW, is Thelma Sullivan's _Compendio de la Grammatica Nahuatl_ in print
>either in english or in spanish? It's a great book for all the classical
>texts at the end that give examples of the grammar.
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