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The Boston Stranglers

The Boston Stranglers - Susan Kelly The book is structured like a course book, with lots of exercises at the end of each of the three chapters. However, I see very little practical use for it. Students have to be at an advanced level of Latin or Greek (large chunks of text are not translated), and at an advanced level of mathematics at the same time (some of the exercises are rather challenging). The question remains: in which class is this book useful, Latin or mathematics? Are teachers prepared to combine those two subjects? Not really for the average reader. I would only recommend it if you have a scientific background/education and are really interested in Latin or Greek as a language.