Before a crowded house in Sanders, Theatre last night, Professor G. L. Kittredge '82 discussed Shakespere's tragedy of "Julius Caesar". This is the third lecture of Professor Kittredge's series on "The Five Tragedies of Shakespere."
Referring to the character of Caesar himself as portrayed in Shakespere's tragedy, Professor Kittredge stated that although Caesar was murdered comparatively early in the play, his spirit infiuenced all the rest of the drama to the tragedy at Philippi. When the ghost of Caesar appears to Brutus on the eve of Philippi," said Professor Kittredge, "it appears as realistic to Brutus as if Caesar were there in person. His spirit pervades the drama as truly after death as before."