M. Louis Allard, instructor in French, will give the fourth of a series of five free public readings from French writers in Emerson J this evening at 8 o'clock. The selection tonight will be "Severo Torelli," a drama in five acts, by Francois Coppee. The last of the series of readings will be held on April 6.
M. Allard's Fourth Public Reading
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