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: Medea

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From the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
(by arrangement with the Royal
Opera House. Covent Garden Ltd.)
ACT 1: The court of Creon at Corinth
Pat Young writes on page 2

: The Frenzied Pigeon

by Brian Foss, Lecturer in Psychology at Birkbeck College, London
"What one would like to see, of course, is a clear demonstration of humans behaving like the pigeons, and for the same reasons..." Experiments with pigeons have shown that a simple variation of training technique can produce much more lasting results.
Mr Foss speculates on possible implications for the study of human behaviour.

Contributors

Speaker: Brian Foss

: 'MEDEA'

ACT 2: Creon's palace with the entrance to the temple of Hera

: HENRY JAMES AND THE YOUNG MEN

by Leonard Woolf
Jn the second of two reminiscent talks Mr. Woolf speaks about Henry James and the influence he had on the young men of Cambridge in the early 1900s.
A A Sense of Identity in a World of Circumstance,' a talk on Henry James by William Walsh : July 5

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Woolf
Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: William Walsh

: 'MEDEA'

ACT 3
A mountainous place near Creon'. palace

: NARRATIVE AND SYMBOL IN IBSEN

Tens ARUP sketches an approach to
Ibsen's later plays, in particular The Master Builder.
He shows how the symbolic devices or asides which in the plays of the middle period were decorative or explanatory additions became the basic structural element in the later work.
' A Doll's House': Friday at 8.0








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