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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-226

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226 EVENING CLASSES Oil Fridays -The Principles of Composition illustrated by the History of English Literary Criticism from the appear- ance of Sir Philip Sydney's Defence of Poesy to the esta- blishment of the Edinburgh Review The break in the former Course at the Christmas vacation will be at the Norman Conquest in the latter at the reign of Queen Anne VII HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY Introductory Plan of the Course -What we should expect to gain from History and how we should study it II III Early English History -Formation of the Eng- English Character and Constitution -The Norman Period in England and Europe IV The Plantagenets -Wars of the Roses -England on the Eve of the Reformation -Causes of the Reformation -The Lollards Wicklift'e The Worl of the Roman-Catholic Church in England VI England under Henry the Third -Effects of the Wars of the Roses VII England under Henry the Eighth during Wolsey's Administration VIII Cranmer -The Reformation and its immediate Con- sequences -The Supremacy of Henry the Eighth to his Death -Monasteries IX The Regency -Edward the Sixth -Reformation of the English Church -Rise of the Puritans Philip and Mary -The re-action from the Reforma- tion -Spain XL State of Europe on the Accession of Elizabeth -His- tory and Effects of the Discoveries in the West XII -XVII England under Elizabeth -Its Social Condi- tion English Home-life -Political History Progress of the Reformed Church -The Literature of the Age as connected with the History XVIII Summary -Influence of the Reformation on our Life and Character as People
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