VIII THESES ACCEPTED IN THE UNIVERSITIES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND DURING THE YEAR 1954 HIs section has again been compiled with the courteous co-operation of the Heads of Modern Language Depart ments in the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland. While the items enumerated are not guaranteed to represent an absolutely complete list of all Modern Languages theses approved for degrees during the calendar year 1954, it is thought unlikely that there are any but occasional omissions. The following details are given for each item listed below: author's name, author's University, title of thesis, degree for which approved. I. FRENCH (a) Medieval Caffrey, G. S., St Catharine's College, Cambridge, A critical edition of ' The Life of St John the Almoner' according to the MS.R. ]. 46 of Trinity College, Cambridge, Ph.D. (Cambridge). Elcoat, G., Emmanuel College, Cambridge, A critical edition of the' Roman d'Aquin', Ph.D. (Leeds). Keighley, J. B. W., Queen's College, Oxford, The sequence of 'Saint Eulalia'; a literary and linguistic study, B.Litt. (Oxford). Polak, Miss L. L. G., Westfield College, London, French Pilgrims to Jerusalem in the 15th century, M.A. (London). Raeside, I. M. P., University College, London, 15th Century Chroniques de Pise, Ph.D. (London).
The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Mar 10, 1955
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