Mr. E. Charlton Black, late of the University of Edinburgh, will give the first of his course of twenty lectures on English Literature at 7.30 this evening, in Sever 11. The subject for this evening will be Tennyson. In the lectures immediately following this, the early English literature will be taken up, begining with the Anglo Saxon.
In these lectures an excellent opportunity is offered to obtain a connected idea of English literature as a whole. Mr. Black's lectures last spring will be remembered as being intensely interesting, and the bare announcement of them this year will be sufficient to insure him a large audience.