BLAKE COURSE AT UCLA EXTENSION
The Department of Arts and Humanities of the UCLA Extension, in cooperation with KPFK Pacifica, is presenting William Blake: Poet, Painter, Visionary, a series of four lectures by Everett Frost. Frost is an Assistant Professor of English at California State University, Fresno, and Director of Literature and Drama for KPFK. The lectures will concentrate on Blake’s works in illuminated printing, from the Songs to the shorter prophecies to Milton and Jerusalem, presented by means of slides and dramatic readings. The lectures will be held on four Monday evenings beginning 22 January 1973 in room 1200 of Rolfe Hall at UCLA. The series will cost $25; the course taken for credit (which will include two additional sessions), $40. If space permits, tickets for single lectures will be sold at the door. For further information call the office of UCLA Extension.