Professor Henry Guy, Dean of the Faculty of Letters at the University of Toulouse, is expected to arrive at New York today on the liner "La Savoie", and to reach Cambridge probably on Wednesday to take up his duties as exchange professor of French Literature. Professor Guy, who teaches French literature at Toulouse in addition to being Dean, is a scholar of unusual distinction and is the author of various works on the literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It is announced that in addition to his half-course on the subject of "The Sonnet in French Literature", Professor Guy will give a series of public lectures on the Work of Pierre Corneille. Both the lectures and the course will be conducted in French, though the dates of meeting have not yet been announced.
Professor Guy Expected Today
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