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The success of Ossian is hard to understand today When the poems were first published their fame ran over all Europe. What still survives is interest in the dispute over their authorship, a question which has never been answered.

Professor Elton will talk about Macpherson and his first champion, Bishop Perey of ballad fame, in Harvard 6 at 9 o'clock this morning, which is reason enough for me to get up early.

Professor Morison arrives at the Civil War at 11 o'clock this morning in History 32b. Today's lecture will be introductory to the war, dealing with it as an entity. The lecture will be in the New Lecture Hall. And of course there is Fine Arts 1d, the best of all academic moving picture theatres, where Professor Edgell will talk in Fogg about architecture in Italy from 1500 to 1700.

The problem of the morally unadapted is to be Professor Carver's subject in Economics 8 at noon in Sever 17. A vagabond might find in such a lecture a diagnosis of himself, unless it is only his mind that is perverted. At 2 o'clock Professor McDougall will speak in Emerson D on "Trial and Error in Learning", another subject for vagabonds to hear, for the good of their self-respect. At the same time, in Harvard 6, Professor Elliott will lecture on the Protestant Reformation and the theory of sovereignty.

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