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Prince Serge Wolkonsky will give the last of his lectures on Russian History and Literature, under the auspices of the English Club, in Sanders Theatre tonight at 8 o'clock. Seats on the floor will be reserved for members of the University.
The topics for the lecture will be:
IV. (1861-). "The Sixties." Alexander II. and the emancipation of the serfs. Servitude in the United States and Russia. The three chief representatives of the naturalistic school. Tourgniev. Nihilism. Dostayevsky, his influence on the generation. Count Leo Tolstoy, his teachings. "To 'stoists." Societies and individuals.
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