This may be the place to put this inquiry. I do not have any particular portion of the LXX to ask after, although I have been reading in the Psalms, so well as I am able to.
A friend whom I have lost track of, who was a Hebrew tutor, told me that the Hebrew of the Psalms, or the Wisdom literature and the prophets were more difficult Hebrew, many hapax legomena. When I make my way through a Psalm, it does not seem to me that it is more difficult Greek than a narrative portion of the OT. Perhaps this is a comment upon my rudimentary ability to appreciate Greek, and I shall make a fool of myself in the asking.
Does the Hebrew of the Psalms have an effect on the LXX wherein that it is any more difficult Greek than narratives in Greek?