Ohio State University Bulletin Volume 18, No. 20

Ohio State University Bulletin Volume 18, No. 20

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...Two credit hours. First semester. Mr. Denney. Saintsbury's Loci Critici is used as the basis of individual investigations. 206. Problems in The Drama. Two credit hours. Second semester. Mr. Denney. Lectures on the history of dramatic theory. Each student is assigned a specific problem for individual research. 207. Meredith, Hardy, James. Two credit hours. First semester. Mr. Taylor. 208. Poetry and the Drama Since 1880. Two credit hours. Second semester. Mr. Taylor. 209. English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Two credit hours. First semester. Mr. McKnight. 210. English Usage. Two credit hours. Second semester. Mr. McKnight. 211-212. Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature. Two credit hours. The year. Mr. Duncan. 219-220. Discussion of Dissertations. Two credit hours. The year. Mr. Denney, Mr. Taylor, Mr. McKnight, Mr. Graves, Mr. Duncan. ENTOMOLOGY See Zoology and Entomology EUROPEAN HISTORY Office, Room 2o4, University Hall PROFESSOR SIEBBRT, PROFESSOR MCNEAL, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR PERKINS, MR. HARRIS 101. Medieval History. Three credit hours. First semester. Mr. Siebert, Mr. McNeal, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Harris. 102. Modem History from 1500 A. D. Three credit hours. Second semester. Mr. Siebert, Mr. McNeal, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Harris. 113-114. History of England. Three credit hours. The year. Open to second, third, and fourth year students without prerequisite. Mr. Perkins, Mr. Harris. A P S-4 An outline course intended for all students wishing to obtain a general survey of the subject, also for those specializing in English literature or American history, and for those preparing to teach history in secondary schools. 105. History of Greece. Three credit hours. First semester. Open to second, third, and fourth year students without prerequisite....show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236933877
  • 9781236933874