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Mr. Copeland's Reading.

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The interpretation of the writings of Rudyard Kipling which Mr. Copeland gave in Sever 11 last night was most interesting. The choice of selections he made was admirable as showing the versatility of Kipling's work.

Next Monday evening, in commemoration of Lincoln's birthday, Mr. Copeland will read from Lincoln's own works, and the writings on him by James Russell Lowell and other poets. On Tuesday evening the course of eight lectures on the novelists will begin.

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