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The first of the series of eight lectures to be given by M. Rene Doumic, under the auspices of the Cercle Francais, will be delivered this afternoon in Sanders Theatre at 4.30. The lectures are open to the public but admission will be by ticket only until after 4.25 The subject of the lecture this afternoon will be "Le Romantisme. Les Origines. Sa Definition. Les Epoques." The course is intended to trace the history of Romanticism in France from its origin down to the present day.
M. Doumic, literary critic of the "Revue des Deux Mondes," is one of the most noted of modern French critics. He has come to the United States by invitation of the Cercle Francais and will lecture before several of the larger colleges. He is accompanied by his brother, who is studying architecture in this country at the request of the French government.
Monsieur Doumic arrived in Boston yesterday at 6.30 o'clock. During his stay in Cambridge he will live in the rooms of J. H. Hyde '98, in Claverly Hall.
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