Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 65
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
312.-Oral Interpretation of Literature. A study of the
mechanics of poetry, metrics, rhyme and rhythm; types of
literature; study of classics; memory work;
322.-Oral Interpretation. A continuation of Public
Speaking 312, with special study of dramatic literature; dialogue;
cultivation of originality in oral and written composition.
343.-Bible- and Hymn-Reading. Application of the principles
of expression to the interpretation of the Scriptures;
development of appreciation for the best things in hymnology
both in regard to words and music.
353.-Oratory. An intensive study of the various forms
of public address; political, commemorative, dedicatory, inaugural,
plea for client, lyceum lecture, sermons, and after
V. DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, ECONOMICS, AND
113.-History of Modern Europe from 1500-1815. This
consists of a study of the political and social phases of this
period. Text, Robinson and Beard, Development of Modern
Europe, Vol. I.
123.-Modern Europe from 1815-1918. This is a continuation
of History 115. Text, Robinson and Beard, Development
of Modern Europe, Vol. II.
135.-English History. This course consists of a study of
the development of the English constitution, the political, social,
religious, and industrial conditions, showing their relations
to our own natural life. Terry's History of England,
Cheney's Social and Industrial History of England.
143.-American History. This course deals with the history
of our country from the founding of the American colonies
to 1860. Text: Bassett's A Short History of the United
153.-American History. A study of the Civil War; of
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