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La Revue Francaise.

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We have just received the first number of a new monthly magazine La Revue Francaise, which is destined to become very popular with all who take an interest in French literature and enjoy short French stories. The magazine is published in a very attractive form, and is full of bright stories which cannot but be of interest to all who are at all familiar with the French language.

Two of the articles are of especial interest, "Le Buddhisme en Occident" by Em. Burnouf, and De I'Etude et de I'Enseignement des Langues Vivantes by Panl Berry. The latter article is one of especial interest to members of such a university as Harvard, in which so much attention is paid to modern languages. The number as a whole is very bright and contains several interesting stories as well as two or three bright bits of verse.

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