William Rainey Harper was a leading American academic of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He applied himself to meeting the needs of modern academia as an administrator and scholar. Harper helped establish the University of Chicago and Bradley University, and was the first president of both schools. Noting the nearly endless supply of introductory grammars for Greek, Latin, and Hebrew studies, Harper concluded that none of these introductory texts provided students and teachers with everything they needed. William R. Harper’s Inductive Methods in Language is his answer to that need. This collection gives you some of the twentieth century’s finest resources for learning Greek, Latin, and Hebrew.
William R. Harper’s Inductive Methods in Language provides lessons on, study methods for, and conceptual explanations of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew grammar. Hebrew Vocabularies presents a thorough vocabulary list to prepare you to read the Old Testament in Hebrew, organizing words based on their frequency, formation, and function. The collection also contains an explanation of the basic grammatical systems of English to help students transition to foreign languages.
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William Rainey Harper (1856–1906) was one of America’s leaders in academia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He helped establish the University of Chicago and Bradley University, and he was the first president of both universities. He also helped establish the first departments of Egyptology and sociology in the United States, as well as the University of Chicago Press. Harper graduated from Yale in 1876. Several academic institutions are named after him, including William Rainey Harper College in Illinois. His other works include Amos and Hosea in the International Critical Commentary series, Introductory Hebrew Method and Manual, and Religion and the Higher Life.