Scholarships and Prizes 2005:
English Language and Literature
SHELLEY-MILLS PRIZE 2006
This prize, the purpose of which is to promote the study of the works of William Shakespeare, is open to members of the University who on the date of this supplement have not exceeded three years from matriculation; and who have not been a member of any other university for more than a year. The prize, value about £100, will be awarded for the best essay on the following subject:
`Madness in Shakespeare'.
The essays (which should consist of about 5,000 words) are to be sent under sealed cover to Mr P. Burns, English Faculty, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford OX1 3UQ, to reach him on or before Friday 24 February 2006. Candidates are required to conceal their names and distinguish their essays by a motto. The name and college of the candidate should be sent at the same time in a separate sealed envelope with the same motto inscribed upon it. Candidates must also submit a statement by the Head or Senior Tutor of their College that they have not been a member of any university other than Oxford for more than one year.