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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-307

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EVENING CLASSES 305 The Professor will direct the Students as to which of the Divisions they should enter-in accordance with their degree of forwardness-and which particular Grammar and Dictionary they should select HISTORY OF GERMAN LITERATURE Day and Hour of Attendance-Mondays from to The Lectures in this Class are delivered in German Extracts will be read from the works of the authors treated in the Literary Lectures portion of time will be devoted to Conversational Discussion in German on the subject of each Lecture The Professor will give free Introductory Lecture on Monday Oct 14 at The Course will consist of about eighteen Lectures treating of the following subjects Allgemeine Uebersicht der deutschen Literatur von 800- 1725 Introductory Lecture II Der Kampf der Leipziger und Schweizer Gottsched und Bodmer Hagedorn Der Leipziger Dichterverein Rabener Gellert Anakreontiker und Preuszische Dichter Gleim Rawler Kleist Anna Luise Karsch III Klopstoch 1724-1803 Der Messias Oden Seine Geistesverwandten Geszner Gerstenberg Lavater IV Wieland 1733-1813 Oberon Die Abderiten Seine Nachahmer und Nachfolger im Deutschen Roman Der Gottinger Hainbund 1772 Burger Vosz Holty Tiedge die Briider Stolberg Leisewitz Claudius VI Herder's Leben und Werhe 1744-1803 Der Cid Stimmen der Volker Kritische und Philosophische Schriften VII Humoristische Schriftsleller Jean Paul Lichtenberg VIII Lessing 1729-1781 als Kritiker Dramatiker und υ
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