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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-323

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xxviii Annual Report Higher Degrees Ph Mrs Elizabeth Edwards 'An examination of Joseph Glan- vill's literary work including his letters with special reference to the interest in witchcraft and science shown by him and his circle Ph Hartley 'Literary aspects of Christian Socialism in the work of Maurice and Charles Kingsley Cannon Ά critical edition of the English glosses of Dictionarium Grammatica contained in MS Trinity College Cromer 'The development of Henry James's "scenic" method in the novels and stories after 1895 Miss Patricia Janne 'The life and works of Felicia Dorothea Hcmans 1793-1835 Departmental Notes In the Easter vacation Professor Bullough visited Portugal and Spain and lectured in the Universities of Lisbon Coimbra Madrid and Valencia and at the British Institutes in these cities and at Barcelona He gave four lectures on 'Elizabethan Narrative Prose' at the Univer- sity of Birmingham Summer School held at Stratford-on-Avon and one on Shakespeare at the University of London Summer School at Westonbirt Professor Garmonsway spent the first term teaching at the University of North Carolina He addressed the members of the Mod- ern Language Association on 'Anglo-Saxon Heroic Attitudes' at its annual meeting in Washington and gave talks to various societies at Chapel Hill During his absence the department had the services of Professor Ν Eliason of North Carolina whose cordiality and help- ful teaching won universal respect Mr Crow read paper to the English Bibliographical Society on Scotch Proverb Collections and lectured to the Enghsh Association on English Proverbs and English Literature During the summer he was Visiting Professor at McMaster University Hamilton Ontario and at the Shakespeare Seminars in Stratford Ontario He gave four Special Shakespeare Lectures at the University of New Mexico Dr Armstrong organised course often lectures on 'Directing the Play in England 1900-62' for the Extra-Mural Department University of London and himself lectured on 'The playwright as producer He lectured on 'Bernard Shaw as man of the theatre' to
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