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de- study, if his tastes and pursuits lead him to it. A correct .
pronunciation and familiarity with general rather than special ‘·
as rules of grammar are chieiiy insisted on, leaving it for a later
period to maste1· the more intricate difficulties of the language
hs, . to be acquired. G
BI`I!13.I1.
, & FrRsT YEAR, First Session.-Alin-Henn’s First Book in German and part of the
Second. Ahn-Henn’s First German Reader. Daily exercises. XVriting from dicta-
Lm'- tion. Reciting from memory,
Second Session.-—A.hu-Henn`s Second Book in German (completed). Easy Read-
  ing. Grimm’s Kinder und Hausmarchen (von der Smissen). Composition and
Conversation.
CTO- Siacorm Y1~:itR,Fiv·st S0s.si0iz.—Alin-Henn’s Third Book in German. Boisen’s Pre-
paratory Book of German Prose One of the easier of Schiller`s Dramas. Composi-
Opy tion.
Second Session.—Ahn-Henn’s Fourth Book in German. Schiller’s “ Wallenstein," '
]O1‘y Goethc’s "Hermann und Dorothea," Lessing’s ··l\1inna von Barnhelm." Conant’s
Primer of German Literature.
_ French.
the FrRs'r `YEAR, Firsi Session ——Ahu-Henn’s Method of the French Language. Daily
the exercises, using the vocabulary acquired in conversation.
( Second Session.-Ahn-Henn’s French Method (completed). First French Reader.
O1-gp Lafontaine’s Fables. Conversation.
Sricoxn YEAR, First Session.-Kcetel’s Collegiate French Grammar. Knapp’s
French Readings (selections). One o1· two modern plays (Le Theatre francais du
{md XlXieme siccle, Hachette.
Second Scssion.—Keetel’s Collegiate French Grammar (completed). Corneille,
p€C~ ·· Cinna ; " Racine, ** Athalie; " V. Hugo, *‘ Huy-Blas " and " Ernani." Composition. V
the Reading at sight. Saintsbury’s Primer of French Literature.
nent For the third year (optional, not required for graduation) no speciiicd course has
_ _ been laid down, as the work to he carried on depends in a great measure on the pro- ·
LSIOH liciency of the students in other branches of study. The course, then, will be sonic- ·
Owl`- thing like the following, subject to modification, according to the capacity of the
students:
German.
Tntnn -XYE;\R.—I{lGll1lll,S Gcschichte der Deutschen Litteratnr. (Extracts.) San-
ders Hauptschwieriglceiteu der Deutsehen Sprache. H. B. Hodges a course in "
Scientific German. Goethc’s ‘·Iphigenic”' and extracts from " Faust" and
*‘ Wilhelm Meister." Sci1iller`s Historical Writings. G. Freytag, " Die Ahnen;"
l Y. Sehetfel, " Ekkehard." Sander’s KVorterbuch.
mm . . French.
lghtl Titian Yr:.xR.—Grammaire Francaise basce sur le Latin. C. Ploetz. Manuel de
E the l-iitf·ruture Francaise (with copious extracts), C. Ploetz. Brachet, a Historical Grain-
Sgme mar of the French Tongue. Corneille. **Cid; " Molicre, "Les Femmes Savautes"
Same Mud ··Tartuii`e;" Racine, " All(il`Olll1\()llC,U ‘*lphigenie en Aulide;" Moiitesquieu,
·* Lcttrcs Pcrsanes; " J. J. Rousseau. " Emile;" Littré (Beaujean), Dictionnaire de la
ough Langue Francaise. · I
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