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English B. Lectures.

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The following will be the topics of the lectures to be delivered in English B. during the year:

First Half year-Sept. 30, Introduction; Oct. 7, Descriptive Writing; Oct. 14, Titles; Oct. 21, Theme 1 read; Oct. 28, Narrative Writing; Nov. 4, Narrative Writing; Nov. 11, Theme 2 read; Nov. 18, The Relation of Literature to Life; Nov. 25, The Relation of Literature to Life; Dec. 2, Theme 3 read; Dec. 9, On Reading; Dec. 16, Theme 4 read; Jan. 6, Theme 5 read; Jan. 13, Style; Jan. 20, Review of the work of the First Half year.

Second half year-Feb. 10, Logic; Feb. 17, Logic; Feb. 24, Exposition; Mar. 3, Theme 9 read; Mar. 10, Argumentative Writing; Mar. 17, Argumentative Writing; Mar. 24, Theme 7 read; Mar. 31, Review of Lectues since the Mid-Years; Apr. 4, Theme 9 read; Apr. 21, Persuasion; Apr. 28, Theme 10 read; May 5, Review of the work in the whole course; May 12, Theme 11 read; May 19, Theme 12 read; May 26, On Elective Courses in English.

The themes to be written in the course are on the same topics as those of last year with the exception of themes six and seven, which shall be written respectively, "On the Principles of Descriptive and Narrative Writing," and "A Summary of Jevons'Primer of Logic."

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