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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-305

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evening classes 301 ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Four Classes GRAMMAR Days and Hours of Attendance-Tuesday and Friday from to or from 09 or hoth hours on both nights by additional payment On Tuesday to Senior Class Grammatical Composition Abstract and Precis-Writing and Indexing to Junior Class Study of the Elements of Grammar On Friday to Senior Class History and Structure of the English Language to Junior Class Dictation Parsing and the Analysis of Sentences LITERATURE Days and Hours of Attendance-Tuesday and Friday from to or to or both hours on both nights by additional payment The Lecturer will give Free Introductory Lecture on Tuesday Oct 12 at The regular work will begin on the following Friday to 8-Both nights Subjects will be given for short Essays to be written by the Students which will be examined and corrected by the Lecturer to on Tuesdays-Lectures on Shakespeare's Tempest and on Spenser's Faery Queen Book to on Fridays-Lectures on the history of English Litera- ure from 1700 to 1760 Each Student is free to choose for himself as Course of English the two Lectures that supply him with theinforma- tion he most wants Students attending two Courses of English may compete for two of the English Prizes but as competitors for the prize for proficiency in five subjects they will be credited only with the marks earned in one English examination -In addition to the usual Prize in the Senior Class an additional Prize is given by the Early English Text" Societ
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