Professor Kuehnemann of the University of Breslau, this year's visiting professor of German literature at Harvard, will lecture on "Goethe's Faust, Part II," in the New Lecture Hall this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. Having spoken on the completion of the first part between the years 1797 and 1803 in his last lecture, Professor Kuehnemann will now deal with the second part, which was completed in 1831. The lecture, which is the last of a series of five on "Der junge Goethe und Goethe's Faust," will be open to the public.
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