The Chautauquan, Vol. III, May 1883
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The Chautauquan, Vol. III, May 1883

By The Chautauquan Literary, Scientific Circle
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  • The Chautauquan, May 1883
  • Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
  • Contents
  • REQUIRED READING FOR THE Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle for 1882-83.
    • MAY.
  • HISTORY OF RUSSIA.
    • CHAPTER X. ALEXANDER NEVSKI—MIKHAIL OF TVER.
  • A GLANCE AT THE HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF SCANDINAVIA.
    • VII.—ESAIAS TEGNÉR: JOHANN LUDVIG RUNEBERG.
  • PICTURES FROM ENGLISH HISTORY.
    • VIII.—THE LAST GREAT INVADER OF FRANCE.
  • PHYSIOLOGY.[E]
  • TO THE NIGHTINGALE.
  • SUNDAY READINGS.
    • [May 6.]
      • FILTHY LUCRE.[F]
    • [May 13.]
      • A CHRISTIAN DESCRIBED.[G]
    • [May 20.]
      • THE UNITY OF THE DIVINE BEING.[H]
    • [May 27.]
      • READINGS FROM THOMAS À KEMPIS. OF BEARING WITH THE DEFECTS OF OTHERS.
  • THE ROMANCE OF ASTRONOMY—ASTROLOGY.
  • AMUSEMENTS—TENNIS.
  • CELIA SINGING.
  • GERMAN-AMERICAN HOUSE-KEEPING.
  • CHANGES IN FASHIONS.
  • THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION.
    • VI.—GREECE AND ITS RELATION TO THE EAST.
  • DAFFODILS AT SEA.
  • THE WORTH OF FRESH AIR.
  • STREET MANNERS.
  • SATISFIED.
  • TALES FROM SHAKSPERE.
    • AS YOU LIKE IT.
  • MEMORIAL BELL.
  • C. L. S. C. WORK.
  • C. L. S. C. SONG.
    • C. L. S. C. ANNIVERSARY ODE. 1879.
  • DISCREPANCIES IN ASTRONOMY.
  • LONGFELLOW’S BIRTHDAY.
    • CELEBRATIONS BY THE LOCAL CIRCLES.
  • LOCAL CIRCLES.
  • OUTLINE OF C. L. S. C. STUDIES.
    • MAY.
  • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
    • FIFTY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON “EVANGELINE: A TALE OF ACADIE.”
  • C. L. S. C. ROUND-TABLE.[I]
  • EDWIN AND CHARLES LANDSEER.
  • THE SONNET.
  • A TOUR ROUND THE WORLD.
  • APPLICATIONS OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
  • DANIEL WEBSTER versus STEPHEN GIRARD.
  • MAY.
  • TALK FROM HEADQUARTERS
    • CONCERNING CHAUTAUQUA—1883.
  • THE CHAUTAUQUA SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
    • CHAUTAUQUA SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. FRENCH CIRCLE.
    • PROSPECTUS.
      • I. AIM.
      • II. COURSE OF STUDY.
      • III. TIME OF STUDY.
      • IV. APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP.
      • V. TERMS.
    • SIX REASONS FOR THE STUDY OF GERMAN.
    • HINTS TO BEGINNERS IN THE STUDY OF NEW TESTAMENT GREEK.—II.
  • EDITOR’S OUTLOOK.
    • The C. L. S. C. on the Pacific Coast.
    • Trial by Jury.
    • Stevens’s Madame De Staël.
    • The Educational Problem.
  • EDITOR’S NOTE-BOOK.
  • EDITOR’S TABLE.
  • C. L. S. C. NOTES ON REQUIRED READINGS FOR MAY.
    • HISTORY OF RUSSIA.
    • HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF SCANDINAVIA.
    • PICTURES FROM ENGLISH HISTORY.
    • PHYSIOLOGY.
    • SUNDAY READINGS.
    • EVANGELINE.
      • PART I.
      • PART II.
  • PRONOUNCING VOCABULARY.
    • NAMES OF STARS.
  • BOOKS RECEIVED.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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