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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-392

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1 Annual Report of the Delegacy wit and his often devastating interventions in meetings His place in the department will be taken by Mr Richard Proudfoot of Durham University who acted as his substitute during his absence department of french Number of Students General and Subsidiary 79 Honours 92 Postgraduate 19 Total 190 In addition 25 students were spending the year in France as Assistants and students were absent on sick leave First Degrees Honours 1st Class 2nd Class Upper Division 16 2nd Class Lower Division Higher Degrees Phil Britwum The Tragic Conception in the novels of Andre Malraux Phil Hurley 'The continuity of the "decadent1" elements of Baudelaire's poetry in the poetry of the Decadent period 1880- 1900 Departmental Notes In the Lent term Professor Albert Sonnenfeld Princeton held two seminars one on Baudelaire and one on the French Catholic novel In the Easter term Professor Lawler Western Australia held seminar on Paul Valery Professor Cocking continued as Chairman of the Board of Studies in Romance Languages and Literatures In November he broadcast talk on 'Proust and Music' on the Third Programme of the the talk was repeated in February In January he lectured to the Southampton Modem Languages Association on 'The New Criticism in France' In February he contributed lecture on 'The texture of sensibility in Les Fleurs du MaV to the series of lectures arranged for the Baudelaire centenary by the French Institute
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