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ENGLISH POET AND POETRY.

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There is an old argument that colleges located in or near large cities offer to their students unlimited cultural advantages; and this argument is really founded on fact, at least in the case of Harvard. There are, surrounding this University, all the opportunities of the opera, museums, libraries, and theatres of Boston, and, equal to any or several of these, the free lecture courses at the Lowell Institute. The course which is particularly worthy of notice at this time is Mr. Noyes's series on "The Sea in English Poetry," which has been so popular as to warrant the scheduling of its repetition. Those who heard the English poet in Sanders Theatre last spring will not fail to appreciate the beauty of his work and its appeal to the emotional as well as the literary sense of his audience. The opportunity to hear him again should not pass unchallenged.

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