hundred and twenty-two have to "enroll in 282.
in the New York Times book section of Feb. 3, describing Howard Mumford Jones' course Neglected Masterpieces," suggested its readers contact Lamont Henry James if they wished to the course's reading list.
"Neglected Masterpieces" "an amusing idea for a story," had sent information on course Times. He told the to get in touch with him if he copies of the reading list; not expected his offer the paper's 1 million .
for English 282 assignments been received from the N.B.C. the the York Public Library, a English major, dozens of doctors, colleges throughout the and the secretary of the Harvard Corporation.
publishing houses have been to respond. An Almat Company wrote, "I would be grateful if would send me a list; as a publisher me nervous to think of any being neglected."