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DR. FLOWER TO TELL GAELIC FOLK TALES TO ENGLISH A4

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Explaining "The Art of the Folk Tale" and giving examples which he heard in the Gaelic from native Irish scops, gleemen, and peasant folk, Dr. Robin Flower will speak to Mr. Hersey's English A-4 class in Sever 11 today at two. Mr. Hersey has invited all students who are interested to attend the lecture.

Dr. Flower, who is Lecturer on Celtic Literature at the University of London, and Deputy Keeper of Manuscripts at the British Museum, is delivering a series of lectures in Cambridge on Irish Literature.

He has been secured by Mr. Hersey today in pursuance of his policy of having visiting literature address his composition class.

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