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Additional Lectures by Mr. Tagore

First in Emerson D Today.


Upon a special request of the Department of Philosophy, Mr. Rabindranath Tagore has consented to deliver two lectures in addition to those which he gave in February on "Indian Philosophy in its Application to Life." The first of these will be given in Emerson D this afternoon at 4.30 o'clock on "The Problem of Self."

Mr. Tagore is the most notable poet and philosopher of the Orient of today. In this country, his lectures have been enthusiastically received at a number of universities, but in England he has achieved even greater success than in America. His complete command of English greatly enhances the effectiveness of his lectures.

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