Mr. Copeland will deliver his first lecture of the year tonight in Sever 11 at 8 o'clock. He will then explain his classes in reading and speak upon reading aloud as a help towards appreciating literature; also of the importance and superior with the written word. A play of Shakespeare, when read to oneself, is dead, but read aloud, or on the stage it is exceedingly alive. Afterwards he will read selections from the modern poets.
Mr. Copeland's Lecture.
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