COLLEGE PRESS ANNOUNCES TWO BOOKS BY HARVARDIANS

"Cuban Belles-Lettres" Is Published By Raphael

Two new books have been published by the Harvard University Press, it was announced yesterday. They are "Thomas Lodge and Other Elizabethans" by C. J. Sisson, Mark Eccles, and Deborah Jones, and "A Bibliography of Cuban Helles-Lettres" by J. D. M. Ford '94, Smith Professor of the French and Spanish Languages, and M. I. Raphael.

The first mentioned book is a compilation of new facts from Elizabethan Courts of Law and other sources which relate directly to such men as John Lyly, a master of comedy and wit; Lodowick Dryskett, the friend of Sponser; and Sir George Bue, Master of the Revels and Censor of Plays.

Many amazing episodes found in court records, such as an attempt to poison John Browne, are presented to the reader.