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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-306

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EVENING CLASSES 305 Facsimiles of German Commercial Letters will be lent to the Students in both Divisions to be read and translated in the classes and special assistance and advice will be given to those who may be desirous of obtaining thorough knowledge of German Commercial Correspondence with view of qualifying themselves as foreign Correspondents or passing an official examination in that subject Elementary CiASs Elements of Grammar and Exercises Division III to IF to Herr Reinicke Reading from to Lessing's "Minna vonBarnhelm Buchheim's Edition with Notes Clarendon Press Buchheim's German Poetry for Repetition Long- mans From to Buchheims "First German Reader 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 How of Attendance-Thursdays from to The Lectures in this Class are delivered in German Extracts will be read from the principal 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 Lectures will commence on Thursday Oct 16 The Course will consist of about eighteen Lectures treating of the following subjects Entwiekelung der deutschen Sprache und Literatur Einflusz des Christenthums Alte Heldensagen Evangelien- harmonien
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