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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-324

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Annual Report xxix the Southampton Branch of the English Association and on 'Shaw and the art of acting' to the Shaw Society He gave three lectures on 'Post- war English drama' at the University of London Summer School for Foreigners Mr Yarker gave six lectures on the Romantic Poets at the French Institute and lectured to the University of Nottingham Literary Society on 'Nonsense Mr Hill gave six lectures on Troilus and Cressida and Antony and Cleopatra at the French Institute Mr Waldron read paper on 'Change of meaning' to the London Linguistic Circle Mr Pearsall gave four Intercollegiate Lectures at the Senate House on 'The English Chaucerians Mr Ε Mottram gave lecture on 'The San Francisco re- naissance' at the American Embassy and introduced reading by the American poet Jonathan Williams He lectured to students at Cumber- land Lodge Goldsmiths' College Kenton College Newcastle the Haberdashers' Aske's School and to the University of Sussex Literary Society He gave lecture to the British Association for American Studies annual conference at Edinburgh He introduced News from Exurbia reading of poetry by Lawrence Ferlinghetti at St Pancras Town Hall He arranged and introduced the American poetry evening at the Royal Court Theatre Festival of Poetry in July 1963 and acted as Chairman for Professor Henry Popkin's lecture at the American Em- bassy He was Moderator of the Modern American Conference held by the United States Information Service at New College Oxford lecturing on 'The American imagination in the Arts' and on 'Con- temporary American fiction He also addressed the University of London Summer School at Wye College Kent on 'Contemporary and experimental American drama DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH Number of Students General and Subsidiary 100 Honours 82 Postgraduate 11 Total 193 In addition students were spending the year in France as Assistants
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