WEE!:E;-4 M. A. and FREDERICK ALLE" The notes on the text are preceded by an account of each scene and its place in the action of the play which will be of Whit) to junior students."--Athenacum. [...] who wish to understand the many changes made since the War in the Map of Europe and of the World—why they were made and what is likely to result from them. [...] Book I. The making of England ; the makng of Empire ; the Establishment of Empire. [...] The Expansion and Consolidation of the British Empire. [...] E. Professor of Chemistry and Head of the Department of Chemistry in Columbia University.
|Education in England||195-202||M.E. Sadler|
|The Woman Movement in the West||206-211||K.H. Kelkar|
|The “Failure” of the Direct Method||211-213||R.P. Sabnis|
|Public Instruction in Mysore 1918-19||213-215||unknown|
|The News of the Month||215-227||unknown|
|Reviews of Books||227-230||unknown|