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51 Teaching English literature in schools; III some pedagogical considerations
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 1:25, p.4
4/17/1912 Professor Lynch concludes his lengthy essay on teaching literature.
52 Teaching English literature in schools; III; some pedagogical considerations
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 1:24, p.6
4/10/1912 Continuation on lengthy essay on teaching literature.
53 Teaching English literature in schools; some essentials of literature as a fine art
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 1:23, p.2
4/3/1912 Continuation of lengthy essay on teaching literature.
54 Teaching English literature in schools; some essentials of literature as a fine art
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 1:22, p.1
3/27/1912 Professor Lynch begins lengthy essay on teaching literature.
55 Training; the course of study--the gulf between the grade and the high school
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 15:11, p.165
11/16/1904 Article describes the gap between grade school and high school education.
56 Training; the course of study; what it is
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 15:1, p.5
9/10/1904 Professor Bender gives advice on teacher training.
57 Dante and his divine comedy
Normal Eyte 13:24, p.375
3/21/1903
58 Literature as a means of culture
Normal Eyte 3:17, p.129
1/20/1894 What can be learned from literature?
59 The reading of fiction
Students' Offering 8:36, p.2
5/1/1884 What can be learned.
60 Fielding
Chase--Emma Lura
Students' Offering 8:33, p.1
12/1/1883 Literary essay.
61 Victor Hugo
Gilchrist--Fred C.
Students' Offering 8:33, p.3
12/1/1883 Literary essay.
62 A plea for the classics
Bartlett--Elmer Ellsworth (Class of 1883)
Students' Offering 8:32, p.1
11/1/1883
63 Greek literature
Kraiger--Eleanor Florence (Class of 1886)
Students' Offering 8:32, p.3
11/1/1883
64 Lady Macbeth
Cowan--Isabella (Class of 1889)
Students' Offering 8:32, p.3
11/1/1883
65 Present tendencies of American literature
Kraiger--Sara Elizabeth (Class of 1884)
Students' Offering 8:32, p.2
11/1/1883
66 Science vs. language
Hull--Harry A. (Class of 1884)
Students' Offering 7:30, p.3
5/1/1883 Balance between the studies.
67 Forward strides
Burgess--Otto F. (Class of 1884)
Students' Offering 7:26, p.1
10/1/1882 Progress of language and literature.
68 National sprit and literature
Thompson--George A. (Student--1882)
Students' Offering 6:22, p.2
2/1/1882 Relationship of literature to its native land.
69 Poetry: its mission
Ure--Emma J.
Students' Offering 4:12, p.3
5/1/1880 The purposes of poetry.
70 Professor Wright's lecture
Students' Offering 4:11, p.6
3/1/1880 Lecture on literature well-received.
71 Growth of literature
Dietz--M. M.
Students' Offering 3:9, p.1
12/1/1879 Believes literature has grown along with science and art.

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