The subjects of the lectures will be:
Lecture I (1725-1796). The XVIII century in Russia. Brief sketch from Peter I to Catherine II. The Academy of Science. Russian pseudo-classicism,- Soumarokov, Trediakovsky. Catherine the Great. French philosophy in Russia. Pseudo-classical literature.
Lecture II (1779-1837). The XIX century. Novikov and the Muscovian circle. Sentimentalism. Romanticism,- Joukovsky. Poushkin, his life and literary career. Nationalism and universalism.
Lecture III (1837-1861). Lermontov,- romantic pessimism. Koltsoff,- popular poetry. Gogol. Genesis of the naturalistic school. "The forties." The Moscow university. Slavphiles and "Westernists."
Lecture IV (1861-. ). "The Sixties." Alexander II and the emancipation of the serfs. Servitude in the United States and Russia. The three chief representatives of the naturalistic school. Tourgeniev. Nihilism. Dostayevsky,- his influence on the generation. Count Leo Tolstoy, his teachings. "Tolstoists." Societies and individuals.
Russian Leaders to Speak TomorrowNicholas Tchaykovsky, the pioneer in the Russian struggle for freedom, Alexis Aladyin, the great peasant leader of the first Douma,
RUSSIAN CHOIR GIVES CONCERTThe Russian Cathedral Choir of the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, New York, will give a concert under the auspices of
Crimson CalendarAll notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Fridays
Krachmalnikoff in Russian Army?Abraham Jacob Krachmalnikoff '16, of Odessa, Russia, is said to have left for his native country to enter the Czar's
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN RUSSIA AFTER WAR ENDSI spent last summer in Russia as a member of the American Red Cross Mission. Our party consisted of twenty-nine