Author(s): N.R.R. Oulton
The third in this three part series, Book III takes pupils through all the major syntactical constructions in a thorough, systematic way, with clear explanations and suitable passages for translation. The book concludes with an invaluable introduction to the complexities of Latin scansion. Vital as a hand-book for pupils taking GCSE or preparing for Common Entrance or scholarship exams at 13+, this book was highly recommended by John Clare in the Daily Telegraph and the Headmaster of Winchester, reviewing it for ISIS magazine, concluded 'Whether you like Oulton's sense of humour or not, the fact is that he has done Latin teaching a great service by producing such a comprehensive, clear and rigorous course...Those who have used his course are understandably enthusiastic. I am sure many more will follow.' This book is also available in hardback (ISBN 1902984021). There is an accompanying answer book (ISBN 1902984080).
About the author:
Nicholas Oulton was educated at Charterhouse and Oriel College, Oxford. He is currently the Managing Director of Galore Park Publishing, who publish this book, and is teaching Latin to his staff using this textbook!