Last September, PMLA carried a report by J. N. Hook, the first Coordinator of Project English, on “Project English: The First Year.”1 It is now time for a report from the second Coordinator, even as the third, John C. Gerber, assumes responsibility for the still evolving program. The Original Program Project English is a little more than two and a half years old. It is considerably different now, however, from what it was when we first heard of it in the late fall of 1961. Then, for example, we were warned that one should stress reading and writing when presenting a proposal. Literature, somehow, was suspect.