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UPPER DIVISION COURSES.

The courses in this group (except courses 9A-9в and 121A-121B) are conducted in German.

105A. Introduction to Recent Literature.

Assistant Professor PINGER, Mr. BOEHNCKE and Mr. WYNEKEN. Selected works of Hauptmann, Sudermann, Wildenbruch, and Fulda. Composition.

3 hrs., first half-year. M W F, 9, 1, 2. Prerequisite: course AB-CD, C-D or CD, or credit in admission subject 15b; or, conditionally, course 3A-3B.

105B. Classics of the Eighteenth Century.

Assistant Professor PINGER, Mr. BOEHNCKE and Mr. WYNEKEN. Selected works of Lessing, Goethe, and Schiller. Composition. 3 hrs., second half-year. M W F, 9, 1, 2. Prerequisite: course 105A. 107A-107B. Outlines of the History of German Civilization.

Associate Professor SENGER.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 10. Readings and lectures on the cultural development of the German speaking nations. Prerequisite: same as for course 105A-105B.

106A-106B. Grammar, Composition, and Conversation.

First course.

Assistant Professor PINGER, Mr. SCHRAIDT and Mr. SCHNEIDER. 2 hrs., throughout the year. Three sections: Tu Th, 10, 11, 1. Prerequisite: same as for course 105A.

106c-106D. Grammar, Composition, and Conversation. Second course. Assistant Professor DEMETER.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 10. Prerequisite: first or second grade of scholarship in course 106A-106в.

106E-106F. Exercises in Conversation and Writing.

Assistant Professor DEMETER.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 11.

This course is supplementary to 106c-106D, and is ordinarily to be taken in connection with that course. Taken alone, however, it does not lead up to 106G-106H. Prerequisite: same as for course

106c-106D.

106G-106H. Composition. Third course.

Assistant Professor DEMETER.

Themes and Essays. Practice in the correcting of written exercises. One conference a week with each student, at an hour to be appointed by the instructor. Prerequisite: first or second grade of scholarship in course 106c-106D.

110A-110в. The German Ballad.

Professor SCHILLING.

German Ballad poetry from Schiller and Goethe to the present day.

1 hr., throughout the year. W, 11.

105A.

Prerequisite: same as for course

111A-111B. Novelists of the Nineteenth Century.

Assistant Professor PINGER.

Selected novels of Hauff, Freytag, Ludwig, Keller, Meyer, Sudermann and others.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 9. Prerequisite: course 105A-105B, 106A-106B, or 107A-107B.

*113A-113B. The German Folk-Song.

Professor SCHILLING.

A study of the history of German folk-poetry from the Middle Ages to the present. Lectures and reading.

1 hr., throughout the year. Th, 3. Prerequisite: course 105A-105B, 106A-106B, or 107A-107B.

118A-118B. General History of German Literature.

Professor SCHILLING.

First half-year, the Middle Ages; second half-year, from the Reformation to the death of Goethe. Lectures and discussions; collateral reading; essays.

3 hrs.. throughout the year. M W F, 2. Prerequisite: course 105A105B, or 107A-107B.

121A. German Phonology and Orthography.

1 hr., first half-year. W, 3.

Assistant Professor DEMETER.

121 B. The Teaching of German.

Professor SCHILLING.

A course in methods, text-books, and teacher's aids, with practical demonstrations.

1 hr., second half-year. W, 3.

116A. Middle High German.

Outlines of grammar.

run, and the epics of chivalry.

Assistant Professor DEMETER.

Selections from the Nibelungenlied, the Kud-
Translation into modern German.
9. Prerequisite: course 105A-105B,

3 hrs., first half-year. M W F, 106A-106B, or 107A-107B.

*116B. Outlines of the History of the German Language. Elementary

course.

Assistant Professor PASCHALL.

3 hrs., second half-year. M W F, 9. Prerequisite: course 116A.

* Not to be given, 1911-12.

116AH. Honor course.

Special assignments in connection with the regular exercises of 116A. M W F. 9. 5 units. Students in this course should register for 116AH, not for 116A.

125AH-125BH. Honor course.

Special assignments in connection with the regular exercises of 225A225B. M W Th, 11. 5 units each half-year. Students in this course should register for 125AH-125вн, not for 225A-225B.

130AH-130BH. Honor course.

Special assignments in connection with the regular exercises of 230A230B. Tu Th, 2. 5 units each half-year. Students in this course should register for 130AH-130BH, not for 230A-230B.

1501-150в. Special Study.

Topies selected with the approval of the department and studied privately under the direction of one of the instructors.

PRIMARILY FOR GRADUATES.

(But open also to properly qualified undergraduates.)

The Weinhold Library contains about 8500 books and pamphlets, and provides excellent opportunity for investigation in Germanic philology. Prerequisite: for the literary courses, course 118A-118B; for those in philology, ordinarily courses 116A-116B and 106c-106D.

*292A-222B. The Faust Legend and Goethe's Faust.

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I. The Schlegels, Novalis, Tieck, Schleiermacher, Fichte.
II. Brentano, Arnim, Fouqué, Eichendorff, Heine.

3 hrs., throughout the year. M W Th, 11.

*226A-226B. The German Drama in the Nineteenth Century.

Associate Professor SENGER.

I. Kleist, Grillparzer, Immermann, Mosen, Halm.

II. Hebbel, Ludwig, Geibel, Freytag, Heyse.

3 hrs., throughout the year. M W Th, 11.

Not to be given, 1911-12.

228B. German Art of the Nineteenth Century in its Relation to the LeadAssistant Professor DEMETER.

ing Literary Movements.

1 hr., second half-year. Th, 3.

230A-230B. The German Drama of the Present Day.

Professor SCHILLING.

The drama and the stage from the beginning of the naturalistic movement to the present.

2 hrs., throughout the year. Tu Th, 2.

241A-241B. Goethe as an Exponent of his Time.

Assistant Professor PINGER.

Goethe in his relation to contemporary movements in art, science and literature; social conditions of his time, with special reference to life in Old-Weimar.

1 hr., throughout the year. M, 11.

*243A-243B. German Literature in the Sixteenth Century. Seminar. Associate Professor SENGER.

1 hr., throughout the year.

244A-244B. German Literature in the Seventeenth Century. Seminar. Associate Professor SENGER.

1 hr., throughout the year.

*245B. The 'Storm and Stress' in the Eighteenth Century. Seminar. Assistant Professor DEMETER.

1 hr., second half-year.

246A-246в. The Works of Hebbel. Seminar.

1 hr., throughout the year.

Assistant Professor DEMETER.

*247. German Poetry During the Decadence of Chivalry.

Professor SCHILLING.

Ulrich von Lichtenstein, Neidhart von Reuental, der Tannhäuser, der Stricker, Werner der Gärtner.

3 hrs., second half-year.

Introduction to Germanic Philology. [See Germanic Philology 201, p. 82.] Professor SCHILLING.

Gothic: Grammar and Reading. [See Germanic Philology 202, p. 82.]

*235. Old Saxon. Outlines of Germanic Metrics.

3 hrs., second half-year.

*Not to be given, 1911-12.

Professor SCHILLING.

*237. Old High German.

Professor SCHILLING.

3 hrs., first half-year.

*240. Historical Grammar of the German Language: Middle High Ger

man and Modern German.

1 hr., throughout the year.

Assistant Professor PASCHALL.

*Germanic Antiquities. [See Germanic Philology 205, p. 82.].

250A-250B. Germanic Seminar.

Professor SCHILLING.

Professor SCHILLING.

Original investigation in linguistic and literary fields chosen with regard to the needs and wishes of each student. S, 8:30.

Not to be given, 1911-12.

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