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The Circolo Italiano of Harvard has announced that Dr. Lauro de Bosis, of the University of Rome and Royal Commissioner of the Modern Italian Art Exhibit in America, will give an illustrated lecture, Thursday evening at 8:15 o'clock, on Ancient and Modern Italy in the New Lecture Hall. The lecture will be in connection with motion pictures on the subject.
Dr. De Bosis was formerly a scientist and received his degree in Chemistry at the University of Rome. He then turned to art and literature and is now one of the most promising youthful poets in that field. His father, Adolpho de Bosis the poet, began the new movement in literature along with D'Annunzio and Pascoll in their review, "II Convito." It was in this publication that D'Annunzio made his literary debut.
Dr. De Bosis is a student of Roman Archaeology and the Greek theatre. He has also translated into Italian verse the Greek tragedies, "Oedipus Antigone," and also Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
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