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Attention is called to the Susan Anthony Potter Prizes in Comparative Literature. One, of the value of $100, is to be given for the best thesis by a student (graduate or undergraduate) in Harvard University or Radcliffe College, on any subject in the field of Comparative Literature approved by the Chairman of the Department. The other, of the value of $50, is to be given for the best essay by an undergraduate in Harvard College on a subject in the field of Comparative Literature concerning the Middle Ages or the Renaissance.
Candidates for these prizes should submit their theses to Professor Schofield, Chairman of the Department of Comparative Literature, on or before May 15, 1913.
Prize in Spanish Literature.
In the year 1912-13 a prize of $75 is offered for the best essay on a subject dealing with the Spanish Literature of the Golden Age. The competition is open to all undergraduates. Manuscripts must be delivered at the office of the Secretary of the Faculty, No. 20 University Hall, on or before the first day of May, 1913. Further information may be obtained from Professor J. D. M. Ford.
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