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28. English Literature. The Influence of Germany on English Literature of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

2 hrs., second term.

Assistant Professor LANGE.

Open to such Graduates as have the requisite preparation.

29. English Literature. A study of the entire production of some selected author of limited scope, to gain a complete view.

2 hrs., either term.

Professor BRADLEY.

30. Esthetics. The history of Esthetic Theory: a study at first-hand of the principal authorities, and of the literary art that chiefly influenced them. Seminary; Bosanquet's History of Esthetic being used as a guide.

(a) Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus (given in 1893-4).

(b) The Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and Modern Esthetics (given in 1894-5).

2 hrs., both terms.

Professor GAYLEY.

31. Special Study. The instructors in English hold themselves ready to assist and advise competent graduates who may propose plans of special study which meet the approval of the department.

Written Exercises are required in connection with all the Courses in English.

Courses in San Francisco. During the year 1893-4 Courses 19 and 21 were given in San Francisco. Similar Courses are given during 1894–5.

Teachers' Courses. Courses 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 17, 24-30 are especially adapted to the needs of teachers, and are open to such as have the requisite preparation.

GERMAN.

ALBIN PUTZKER, A.M., Professor of the German Language and Literature. J. HENRY SENGER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of German.

HENRY E. G. ONGERTH, Grad. Theol., Univ. Vienna, Reader.

Courses 4-11 may be taken as Group Electives; all Courses as Free Electives unless when taken in fulfillment of prescribed work.

1. Introductory Course. The Joynes-Meissner German Grammar; with references to other German grammars; Buchheim's Modern German Reader, Volumes I and II. Composition exercises. 4 hrs., both terms.

Professor PUTZKER and Assistant Professor SENGER.

2. Schiller. Maria Stuart, Wilhelm Tell, Die Jungfrau von Orleans, and perhaps other writings. Lectures on the topics under consideration; one exercise a week in composition, grammar, and syntax. Written exercises and conversational practice throughout the Course.

4 hrs., both terms.

Professor PUTZKER.

3. Scientific German. Hodges, A Course in Scientific German; Cohn, Über Bakterien; Helmholtz, Goethes Naturwissenschaftliche Arbeiten.

Special reading assigned to students in connection with their course, principally from Virchow & Holtzendorf's collection. Exercises in composition. 3 hrs., both terms. Assistant Professor SENGER.

Courses 2 and 3 are open to students who have completed Course 1.

4. Goethe. In the class-room, selected masterpieces of Goethe, e. g., Goetz von Berlichingen, Egmont, Hermann und Dorothea; Iphigenie auf Taur is; Italienische Reise; lectures on the topics under consideration; written exercises. Outside of the class-room, Schiller's trilogy of Wallenstein, continued from Course 2.

3 hrs., both terms.

Assistant Professor SENGER.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1 and 2.

5. Lessing. In the class-room, selected masterpieces of Lessing, e. g., Emilia Galotti, Minna von Barnhelm, Nathan der Weise; Goering's Lessing's Leben; lectures on the topics under consideration; written exercises. Outside of the class-room, the study of Goethe's works continued from Course 4; special work assigned in some cases.

3 hrs., both terms.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1 and 2.

Professor PUTZKER.

6. Composition and Conversation. Topics from German history and literature.

Assistant Professor SEnger.

2 hrs., both terms. This Course is intended for students who speak German with some facility, and may be taken only after consultation with the instructor in charge.

7. Middle High German and Old High German. German literature of the Middle Ages. The Nibelungenlied; Kudrun; the Minnesingers. The Old High German period; the second mutation of consonants. Translation into Modern German.

2 or 3 hrs., first term.

Assistant Professor SENGER.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1 and 2 or 3.

8. Gothic. Balg-Braune's Gothic Grammar. The Gothic Gospels. Principles of Comparative German Phonology and Morphology. 2 hrs., second term.

Assistant Professor SENger.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1, 2 or 3, and 7.

*9. German Literature. Graduate Course. In 1890-1 the work in this Course covered a comparison of the early works of Schiller with his later ones, together with the study of the works and life of Adalbert von Chamisso and of Theodore Körner. In 1891-2 the Nibelungenlied and the works of Heinrich von Kleist and of Nikolaus Lenau were studied. In 1892-3 the class, under Assistant Professor SENGER, read Goethe's Faust. In 1893-1 a course was offered, but not given.

22 hrs., both terms.

Professor PUTZKER.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1, 2, 4 and 5, or an equivalent.

*Not given in 1894-5.

*10. German Lyric Poets of the Nineteenth Century. Abstracts and essays. 3 hrs., both terms.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1 and 2.

*11. History of the German Language. Lectures and recitations.

3 hrs., both terms.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1, 2 or 3, 7 and 8.

ROMANCE LANGUAGES.

F. V. PAGET, Bachelier ès Letters, Bachelier ès Sciences, Professor of the
French and Spanish Languages.

S. D. HUNTINGTON, A.B., Instructor in French.
C. H. HOWARD, Instructor in French.

GUSTAVE FAUCHEUX, A.B., Instructor in French.

ELEMENTARY COURSES IN FRENCH.

The study of French, if begun, must be pursued for at least two years. The first two years are devoted to translating French into English, and to giving students facility in understanding French when spoken. Courses 1 and 2 represent the first year's work in French for those entering the University without credit in that language. Course 2, if elected, will be a substitute for two of the four hours in Course 1. Course 3 represents the second year's work for those who intend to study only French prose, and especially for scientific students. Courses 4 and 5 represent the second year's work for those who intend to study both prose and poetry.

1. Introductory Course. French grammar and reader. Prosper Merimée's Colomba.

4 hrs., both terms.

Professor PAGET, Mr. HOWARD, and Mr. FAUCHEUX.

2. Le Roi des Montagnes. 2 hrs., both terms.

Translation at hearing.

Professor PAGET and Mr. FAUCHEux.

3. Grammar and Prose. French grammar and popular science prose. Balzac's Eugénie Grandet.

3 hrs., both terms.

Mr. HOWARD and Mr. FAUCHEUX.

4. Le Trois Mousquetaires. Translation at hearing.

1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET and Mr. FAUCHEUX.

5. French Drama. Victor Hugo's Hernani and Ruy Blas, Racine's Athalie,

and Molière's Misanthrope.

2 hrs., both terms.

6. French Composition.

1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET and Mr. HUNTINGTON.

Open to students who have completed Courses 1, 2, 3, and 4.

*Not given in 1894-5.

Mr. HOWARD.

ADVANCED COURSES IN FRENCH.

The following courses are open only to students who have completed the Elementary Courses, representing two years' work in French, or their equivalent: Courses 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 are given in successive years. In 1895–6, Course 14 will be offered. Courses 16, 17, and 18 are also given in successive years. They are open only to students who have taken one of the Courses 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. In 1895-6, Course 16 will be offered. Courses 7, 13, 15, 18, and Italian 23 are open to graduates and advanced undergraduates. Courses 24, 25, 26 are open to graduates only.

Group Electives in Romance languages may be chosen from Courses 7-18, 20, 21, 23; and Courses 20, 21, 23 may be taken separately, or conjointly with any of the advanced courses in French, as single subjects in group electives.

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10. Studies in Literature. Lectures on epic, dramatic, and historical literature of the period from the eleventh to the fifteenth century, inclusive. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

11. Literature of the sixteenth century. Lectures. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

12. Literature of the first half of the seventeenth century. Lectures. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

13. Literature of the second half of the seventeenth century. Lectures. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

14. Literature of the eighteenth century. Lectures. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

15. Victor Hugo's Poetry. Reading and interpretation. 2 hrs., both terms.

Mr. HUNTINGTON.

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18. Poets and Novelists of the Nineteenth Century. Lectures. 1 hr., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

SPANISH.

The study of Spanish, if begun, must be continued for two years. The Courses offered must be taken in sequence.

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Must be taken by students who have completed Course 22.

ROMANCE PHILOLOGY.

Courses 24, 25, and 26 are given in successive years.

24. Phonetics and Study of Old Texts. 2 hrs., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

25. Morphology. Declensions and conjugations, and study of old texts, continued.

2 hrs., both terms.

Professor PAGET.

26. Comparative Syntax and study of old texts, continued. 2 hrs., both terms.

MATHEMATICS.

Professor PAGET.

IRVING STRINGHAM, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics.

GEORGE C. EDWARDS, Ph.B., Associate Professor of Mathematics.
MELLEN W. HASKELL, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics.

ARMIN O. LEUSCHNER. A.B., Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Geodesy.

ARCHIE B. PIERCE, A.M., Instructor in Mathematics.

LOUIS T. HENGSTLER, Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics.

WILLIAM H. WRIGHT, B.S., Fellow in Mathematics.

AUGUSTUS V. SAPH, B.S., Fellow in Mathematics.

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