Jan. 27, 1939
Thanks for your letter and tentative proposals about next summer. I should so much like to have a second term at Queen's provided the local demands are not prejudiced. There is, however, this difficulty. I have never taught any linguistic course in the strict sense. In fact, all my work has been post-Chaucerian.
A study of verse-forms or a short course on literary criticism would be 'up my alley.'
My regular courses at Toronto are:
If it were possible to divide the work between Dr Vincent and myself I should be only too delighted. Do what you find practicable, Herbert, but do not give anyone worry through forced readjustments.