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Mr. copeland's Lecture Tonight.

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The eighth and last lecture in the course on "English Novelists" will be given at eight o'clock this evening, in Sever 11. The subject will be George Eliot. After brief comment on the author's life, Mr. Copeland will discuss her genius for literature, and the ways in which it was helped and hindered by her ethical enthusiasms and the scientific tendencies of the time.

The reading will be from "The Mill on the Floss" and "The Choir Invisible."

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