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The Mad Hungarian

For a contrarian opinion on Reader's GNT's, I myself prefer the Zondervan one, on balance. I agree the UBS one is more readable, but I prefer the generalized glosses in Zondervan. With the UBS context-specific glosses I feel I'm being spoonfed someone's interpretation. The parsing info can be nice, but perhaps too much of a crutch. Zondervan is also a little smaller and lighter, for carrying around in your bag on the bus and up and down all those Seattle hills.

Zondervan's Hebrew Reader's OT is also nice, at least when you xerox the pages you're studying at 125% on better paper. For that matter, Ralph's LXX also greatly improves at 141% on better paper (leaving big margins also for your vocab glosses).

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