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27. Russian Literature in English. (G.E.)

Assistant Professor NOYES. Lectures and reading; written exercises in criticism. This course

aims to give a sketch of the history of Russian literature, and

some acquaintance with the best works of the Russian novelists. 3 hrs., first half-year. MWF, 8. This course may be counted for

the Group Elective either in English or in the Slavic Languages, but not in both.

B.-FOR GRADUATES.

*30. Old Norse.

Professor LANGE. Outlines of the grammar; readings. The linguistic and literary

relations of Old Norse to English. 2 hrs., second half-year. W F, 8. This course may, in exceptional

cases, be taken by Seniors. Prerequisite: Course 11a, and, if possible, a knowledge of Gothic.

31. Philological Seminar.

Professor LANGE. (a) Philological interpretation and criticism-Subject matter to be

determined later.

2 hrs., first half-year. Hours to be arranged with the instructor.

(b) Linguistic studies in First Modern English. 2 hrs., second half-year.

32. The Influence of Germany on English Literature of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.

Professor LANGE. (a) Goethe and Carlyle. 2 hrs., throughout the year.

It is uncertain whether 32 will be given in 1903–04.

Professor BRADLEY.

35. Seventeenth Century Prose.

3 hrs., first half-year. Tu, 2-4; Th, 2.

36. Seminar in Advanced Rhetorical Analysis.

Professor BRADLEY. This course is especially adapted to the need of teachers. 3 hrs., second half-year. Tu, 2-4; Th, 2. In exceptional cases

this course may be taken by Seniors.

* Not to be given in 1903-04.

38. The Revolt Against Classicism; The Romantic Renaissance.

Assistant Professor SANFORD. The romantic, naturalistic, and sentimental movement in England

in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with incidental

ref ence to the similar movement on the Co inent. 2 hrs., throughout the year. MW, 11. Prerequisite: Courses

15A and 15B and a sufficient acquaintance with the French and German languages and literatures.

*40. The History of Æsthetic.

Professor GAYLEY. From a study at first hand of the principal authorities, 3 hrs., throughout the year. This course should be preceded by

Course 9A or 9B.

41. Seminar in English Literary History. Professor GAYLEY. In 1903-04, the careful investigation of problems in the develop

ment of English Comedy. 3 hrs., first half-year. F, 3-5. This course should be preceded by

Courses 17A and 17B.

42. Seminar in the Comparative Study of Literature.

Professor GAYLEY. History and methods of the study: the application of principles in

the investigation of an author, a theme, a movement or a type.

This course like the precediug runs through two or more years. 3 hrs., second half-year. M, 3; F,

3. Prerequisite: Courses 9, 40, and 41 (if possible), and a sufficient knowledge of the classics and the modern languages.

50. Special Study. The instructors in English hold themselves ready to assist and

advise competent students who may propose plans of special study which meet the approval of the department.

*Not to be given in 1903-04.

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Hugo K. SCHILLING, Ph.D., Professor of the German Language

and Literature.
ALBIN PUTZKER, M. A., Professor of German Literature.
J. HENRY SENGER, Ph.D., Associate Professor of German.
MARTIN A. M. CENTNER, A.B., Instructor in German.
LUDWIG J. DEMETER, M.A., Instructor in German.
CLARENCE PASCHALL, M.A., Instructor in German.

Assistant in German.

MICHAEL ONGERTH, Grad. Theol. (Univ. of Vienna), Reader.

The Group Elective. Prerequisites are Courses 1 (or admission subject 15b) and 2, or Course la. Course 3 will be accepted in lieu of Course 2 upon the conditions stated below.

Students who wish to make a special study of German Literature are advised to acquire a reading knowledge of French. In the grad uate courses some knowledge of Greek is highly desirable.

Teachers' Certificates. Students who desire the Teachers' Certificate should not do less than eighteen units of Group Elective work in German, including Courses 6A, 6B, 7A, and 18. The recommendation for the certificate is not, however, given in course, but only for high scholarship and general proficiency in German, as judged by the department.

INTRODUCTORY COURSES.

PRIMARILY FOR FRESHMEN.

1. Elementary German.

Associate Professor SENGER, Mr. CENTNER,

Mr. PASCHALL, and Mr. The essentials of grammar; reading of modern prose; translation

into German; reading at sight; conversation. 3 hrs., throughout the year. MW F, 8, 9, 10, 1, 2; Tu Th S, 8, y.

11. Elementary German (Double Course).

Mr. DEMETER. Grammar, including syntax; reading of modern prose and poetry

and of one of Schiller's dramas; composition; reading at sight; conversation.

5 hrs., throughout the year. M Tu W Th F, 2. This course combines the work of Courses 1 and 2 and is intended

for beginners who wish to prepare, in one year, for the advanced courses in German, or to acquire a reading knowledge of the language sufficient for use in other studies.

INTERMEDIATE COURSES.

PRIMARILY FOR SOPHOMORES.

Prerequisite: Course 1 or credit in admission subject 156.

2. Modern Stories and Plays.

Professor PUTZKER, Mr. CENTNER, and Mr. PASCHALL. Selections from prose and poetry, including one of Schiller's

dramas; grammar and composition; reading at sight; conver

sation. The course is conducted mainly in German. 3 hrs., throughout the year. M W F, 8, 9; Tu Th S, 8, 9, 10.

3. German Prose.

Associate Professor SENGER. Subjects in History, Economics and the Natural Sciences. Jour

nalistic German. Constant practice in reading at sight. 3 hrs., throughout the year. MW F, 10. Course 2 is the regular Sophomore course leading up to the

advanced courses in German. Course 3 provides special training in the reading of more or less technical texts, and is, therefore, not equal to Course 2 as a preparation for the literary courses. Students who have had Course 3 may, however, take Course 6A; and they may be admitted to Course 1, 5, or 8, if they take at the same time Course 6a or satisfy the department that they are

not deficient in grammar and composition. For students who have taken or are taking either of the intermediate

courses, the other counts as four units only.

ADVANCED COURSES. FOR UNDERGRADUATES.

A. PRIMARILY FOR JUNIORS.

Prerequisite: Course la or 2, or credit in admission subject 1563

(Intermediate German); or, conditionally, Course 3. The courses in this group are conducted in German.

4. Classics of the Eighteenth Century: Schiller. (G.E.)

Mr. CENTNER. Schiller's principal dramas, and selections from his prose writings;

Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm or Emilia Galotti; Goethe's Egmont or Iphigenie, and Hermann und Dorothea. Lectures on the life and times of Schiller, with collateral reading. Practice

in composition. 3 hrs., throughout the year.

MWF,

3. 5. Classics of the Eighteenth Century: Lessing. (G.E.)

Associate Professor SENGER. Lessing's principal dramas; Schiller's Wallenstein's Lager and

Wallenstein's Tod; Goethe's Egmont or Iphigenie, and Hermann und Dorothea. Lectures on the life and times of Lessing, with

collateral reading Practice in composition. 3 hrs., throughout the year. MWF, 1. 8. Classics of the Eighteenth Century: Goethe. (G.E.)

Professor PUTZKER. Goethe's principal dramas, and Hermann und Dorothea ; Schiller's

Wallenstein's Lager and Wallenstein's Tod; Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm and Emilia Galotti. Lectures on the life and times of Goethe, with collateral reading. Practice in compo

sition. 3 hrs., throughout the year. MW F, 8. For students who have taken or are taking one of the three Courses

4, 5, 8, either of the other two counts as four units only. 6A. Grammar, Composition, and Conversation. First Course. (G.E.)

Mr. DEMETER. 2 hrs., throughout the year.

Tu Th, 11,

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Prerequisite: Courses 4, 5, or 8; for Course 6B: Course 6A.
The courses in this group (except Course 21) are conducted in

German.
18A. German Literature of the Middle Ages. (G.E.)

Professor SCHILLING. Lectures (in German) and discussions; collateral reading; essays.

3 hrs., first half-year. MWF, 2. 18B. German Literature from the Reformation to the Death of Goethe. (G.E.)

Professor SCHILLING. Continuation of Course 18A.

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