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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-309

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308 EVENING CLASSES Lecturer As this Class is subsidiary to the Literature Class the subjects suggested will be topics connected with the Lectures to Tuesday-Lectures on Shakespeare's Coriolanus ×™×™ and Milton's Paradise Regained" and the Vision of Piers the Plowman to Friday-Lectures on the Literary History of England during the sixteenth and part of the seventeenth centuries including the Re- nascence the Reformation the Drama and the rise of Inductive Science Separate Prizes are given for Literature and Composition Prize is also offered to Members of the Literature Class by the "Early English Text" Society In awarding this Prize account will be taken both of the results of the Examination in Literature and of the marks gained for an English Essay The subject of the English Essay for 880 will be Milton This Essay will be the test of distinction in the Composition Class but competitors for the Societj's Prize need not necessarily be Members of that Class The Essays must be sent in to the Lecturer on or before February 28 1880 BOOKS RECOMMENDED Morley's First Sketch Book of English Literature Hal lam's Literary History Milton Clarendon Press Series Piers Plowman Singer's Coriolanus Green's Short History of the English People Students' Hume Morell's English Grammar and Graduated Course of Exercises Dalgleish's Introductory Text-book on English Com- position Johnston's Civil Service Precis Craik's Outlines of the History of the English Language
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