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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1931-1932-249

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EVENING DEPARTMENT 249 3rd Year Gothic Miss Mack Th 7-8 30 hours A2 -English Literature Shakespeare 1st Term Dr Harrison 7-8 R-A -English Literature 1660-1720 2nd Term Mr Isaacs 7-8 A2 -English Literature from the Beginnings to Spenser Lectures and Class-work Prof Reed and Miss Mack 1st and 2nd Terms Tu 6-8 3rd Term Tu 6-7 50 hours A25 -Studies in Classical Tragedy in English Prof Thomson 1st and 2nd Terms 6-7 20 hours Ajm Old and Middle English Mr Garmonsway Th 30-6 30 A3 rd Year Development of New English-Middle and Modern Miss Mack Th 6-7 30 hours A28 Discussion with Students Prof Reed Th 30 Prof Pollard Dr Routh Dr Harrison and Mr Isaacs by appointment Note -This individual instruction is for Regular Students only A29 -B Hons Discussion Class 3rd and 4th Year Dr Harrison and Mr Isaacs 6-7 Diploma in English Language and Literature Students taking the Diploma Course should register at King's College as well as with the Registrar of the University Extension Board University of London South Kensington Students ol 1st 2nd and 3rd years attend the Public Course of Lectures by Prof Reed on English Poetry from Milton to Browning Tu 6-7 1st and 2nd Terms and the Class Prof Reed and Miss Mack after the Lectures from 7-8 1st and 2nd Terms with supplementary Class in the 3rd Term on Tu 6-7 First Lecture Tuesday October 6th Fee -£4 10s Lectures and Class for Diploma students ii Fourth Year Students Studies in Classical Tragedy in English 1st and 2nd Terms 6-7 Prof Thomson First Lecture Monday October 12th Elements of Old and Middle English 1st and 2nd Terms 7-8 3rd Term 6-7 Dr Day Fee for and £6
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