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: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg

The action takes places in Nuremberg about the middle of the sixteenth century.
Act 1: Inside St. Katherine's church

: EDUCATION AND THE UNIONS

The T.U.C. and some of the larger unions now offer a wide variety of courses of practical further education. At the same time the traditional forms of adult education-such as those provided by university extra-mural departments and the Workers' Educational Association-appear to be attracting fewer manual workers.
DAVID WORSWICK argues that this is an unhealthy situation and examines the proposals for its remedy made in the recently published W.E.A. report on Trade Union Education by H. A. Clegg and Rex Adams.

Contributors

Unknown: David Worswick
Unknown: H. A. Clegg
Unknown: Rex Adams.

: 'DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG'

Acr 2: A street with the houses of Pogner and Sachs

: THE NEW MUSICAL PHILISTINE

Deryck Cooke discusses our time's anti-romantic illusion

Contributors

Unknown: Deryck Cooke

: EDWIN MUIR

(1887-1959)
A selection of his poems chosen and introduced by T. S. Eliot o.M. ,
Readers:
Frank Duncan and James McKechnie

Contributors

Introduced By: T. S. Eliot O.M.
Readers: Frank Duncan
Readers: James McKechnie

: ' DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NURNBERG'

Act 3
Scene 1: Sachs's workshop
Scene 2: An open meadow on the river
Pegnitz

: FROM BALTIMORE TO RUE DE L'ODEON

SYLVIA BEACH , who was the first publisher of Joyce's Ulysses, talks about her childhood in the United States, her youth in Paris, where she started her bookshop ' Shakespeare and Co.,' and the years of the last war when she was interned by the Germans.

Contributors

Unknown: Sylvia Beach








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