Frank Kermode speaks about English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, the recent book by C. S. Lewis. In this contribution to the Oxford History of English Literature Professor Lewis has presented the period when the Renaissance came to England and modern literature began.
by James Joyce
A performance of two episodes from the novel
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Peter Duval Smith
' Paddy Dignam's Funeral'
(The ' Hades ' episode)
(Continued in next column)
9.55 app. Five Pieces from
Mikrokosmos (Bartok, arr. Serly) played by the New Music String Quartet on gramophone records
John Henry Menton:
At 10.45 app. a recording will be broadcast of James Joyce reading the recital of John F. Taylor's speech which Professor MacHugh gives during the ' Aeolus ' episode. This recording is indistinct, but the passage can be found on pp. 132-3 of the British edition of Ulysses published by the Bodley Head.
(The recorded broadcast of June 16)
Professor Hugh MacHugh:
J J O'Molloy:
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