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Vichredag
If you can read French, this is a very good progressive introduction to Classical Nahuatl. It is not meant as a reference grammar, nor easy to use for such a purpose (no index!) but is admirably lucid and thorough. Michel Launey is well aware of the syntactic oddities of Nahuatl (for example its "omnipredicative" nature, on which he's written a treatise), but manages to present the facts without needless exoticism in terminology on the one hand, or misrepresentation of Nahuatl structure on the other. As a bonus, there's an interesting appendix on modern Nahuatl dialects.
Granirad
I certainly agree with the reviewer of October 2004, though I should point out that Launey's book not only lacks an index, but also a general vocabulary. However, he includes a vocabulary in each lesson, so that's not as serious a problem as it might be.

But the main reason for writing this review is to note that Launey produced an extraordinary "tome 2 : litterature", a reader in Nahuatl of 430 pages. This reader offers a normalized Classical Nahuatl text on the left page, with vowel length and saltillo indicated, a facing page translation into very plain French, and extensive footnotes on particular elements of grammar and vocabulary. The pieces are drawn from various parts of the old Nahuatl corpus, with the lion's share being, understandably, taken from Sahagun, but also from the Cronica Meixicayotl and the Anales de Cuauhtitlan. All of these are in prose, though there is a small selection of poetry toward the end. There are also two brief texts in modern Nahuatl from the village of Santa Ana Tlacotenco, and finally a brief rundown on traditional orthography and a bibliography. Again, there is no general vocabulary, so students will have to provide themselves with that however they can.

Altogether, this 2nd volume is indispensible for those learning Classical Nahuatl on their own. Unfortunately, it appears to be very difficult to get, at least in North America. Those who have access to interlibrary loan services will want to make use of them, as well as a photocopier, I suppose.