Mariner." That done outside of class will be selected from this list: Churchill's "The Crisis;- Mulock, "John Halifax;" Cooper, "Last of the Mohicans," "The Spy;" Thompson, "Wild Animals I Have Known;" "Treasure Island."
Four hours per week. , Miss Decker.
English c. This course takes up the study of the various forms of discourse. A study of some of the literary masterpieces is taken up, attention being paid to content and organization of material. The history of English literature in outline is given. The following selections are usually studied: Parkman's "Oregon Trail;" Shakespeare, "Macbeth" and "Julius Caesar;" Milton, "Minor Poems;" "Essay on Burns." A number of books are required for outside reading.
Four hours per week. Miss Decker.
English d. This course continues the work in the forms of discourse, special attention being paid to exposition and argument. American literature in outline is given. Among the selections taken up in class are Washington's Farewell Address and Webster's First Bunker Hill Oration ; Hayne and Webster Debate ; Burke's Speech on Conciliation; typical selections from Bryant, Longfellow, Lowell, Holmes, Emerson. Some work ip oral composition and debating is continued in this year.
Four hours per week throughout the year. Miss Decker.
Oral Expression. The purpose of this course is to develop intelligent readers. The underlying principles of voice-building-pronunciation, articulation, etc., are dwelt on. It is the aim also in this course to interpret orally such pieces of literature as will supplement the other courses in English.