The July number of the Harvard Monthly is devoted to dramatics, and contains a leader "Miss Adams and Joan of Arc" explaining her views on the character; the prologue to Schiller's "Maid of Orleans" translated by Professor W. G. Howard; "Impressions of an Actor" by Tyrone Power; and "Death and the Dicers," by F. Schenck '09, K. R. Macgowan writes of "Honor versus Proctors," and N. Foerster of Lafcadio Hearn.
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