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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-106

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CLASSES 107 A8- 2nd year History of the English Language hr A2 nd year Old English hrs A10- 2nd year Middle English prescribed texts hrs A2 nd year Middle English Chaucer and Langland hr A12- 2nd and 3rd years Shakespeare critical survey hr A13- 2nd and 3rd years English Literature 1798-1860 hre A14- 3rd year Bibliography and Shakespeare Texts hr A15- 3rd year Philology and History of the English Language lhr Ale- 3rd year Middle English Sir Gawayne hr Special Subjects- A17- 2nd and 3rd years History of Literary Criticism hr each A18- 2nd and 3rd years English Literature since 1880 Poetry and Drama hr A19- 2nd and 3rd years American Literature hr A20- 2nd and 3rd years Old Norse hrs A21- 2nd and 3rd years -The Classical Background to English Literature hr A22- 2nd and 3rd years Anglo-Saxon Archaeology hr A23- 2nd and 3rd years Palaeography and Bibliography lhr A24- 2nd and 3rd years Old English Gothic and other Germanio languages hr There will be an optional class in Old Norse for students not offering it as Special Subject Italian Greek and Latin are also available All Honours students will do tutorial work in pairs or small groups Ill-Intercollegiate Lectures Attendance at the intercollegiate lectures on Wednesday mornings in the Senate House is expected of all Honours students Details will be announced in the Department at the beginning of the session IV-Postgraduate Work All Postgraduate and Research Students should communicate with the Head of the Department at the beginning of the session Facilities for research will be provided in both Mediaeval and Modern Language and Literature in Old Norse and in Comparative Philology course in Palaeography or Bibliography and seminar will be held for full-time students Instruction will be given in research methods
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