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Mr. Copeland's Lecture Tonight.

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In speaking of Dickens this evening-in Sever 11, at eight o'clock-Mr. Copeland will discuss his power of improvisation, his success in humor, his failure in pathos, and his keenness of observation, with the curious use to which it was put by his imagination in the portrayal of persons and places. A part of the hour will be given to Dickens's great humorous characters, notably Mrs. Gamp, Dick Swiveller, and Sam Weller.

The lecture will be followed with the reading of the scene between Hortense and Mr. Tulkinghorn, and Bob Crotchit's Christmas dinner.

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