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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-367

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I department for ladies 365 The metnod adopted during the past three Sessions of paying full attention to the actual study of the principal works of the great German writers instead of merely giving general survey of the History of German Literature has met with so much approval on the part of the students that it is pro- posed to follow up the same plan also during the present Session Each important work treated in the Lectures will accordingly be fully analysed and illustrated by the reading aloud of copious extracts-partly by the Professor himself and partly by those ladies who may wish to do sa- thus imparting to the Students thorough knowledge of the principal productions of German Literature By means of this plan the students take an active part in the Lectures not to speak of the useful practice of reading aloud The Lectures during the present Session will be devoted to the study of modern Gorman Literature from the middle of the eighteenth century to our own days Michaelmas Term Introductory Lecture Allgemeine Ubersicht der deutschen Litteratur von der Bliite des Volksepos und der ritterlichen Kunstpoesie bis zum Entstehen der fcweiten klas- sischen Periode von 1100 bis 1748 II Wiederaufleben der deutschen Litteratur Klopstock's "Oden Wieland's Oberon Herder's Stimmen der Volker III Lessing als Kritiker und Verfechter der En Schule Die Hamburgische Dramaturgie IV Lessing als Aesthetiker "Laokoon
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