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Prof. Michaut to Lecture at 4.30

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Professor Gustave Michaut, lecturer on French Literature in the University of Paris, will deliver a lecture on Moliere's "Misanthrope" in Emerson A this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. Professor Michaut has made a study of this work and his conclusions are very original and quite opposed to the traditional conceptions. He has published various works that have received prizes from the French Academy, among which are: a critical edition of Pascal's "Penses," a translation of "Marcus Aurelius," "Sainte Beuve avant les Lundis," and "La Berenice de Racine." The lecture will be given under the suspices of the Cercle Francais and will be open to the public.

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