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LITERATURE LECTURES WILL BE BROADCAST

Homer, Herace, Milton, Moliere Will Be Discussed from Emerson Hall Starting February 16

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University broadcasts of lectures on great authors, the most popular series of all the classroom broadcasts from the university last year, will be resumed this month and next with lectures on Homer, Horace, Milton and Moliere, the University announced today.

The lectures, which are given for students of Harvard and Radcliffe concentrating in ancient and modern literature, will be broadcast from Emerson Hall on successive Wednesday afternoons at 4:30 o'clock, as follows: February 16, Homer, by Carl N. Jackson '98, professor of Greek and Latin; February 23, Herace, by Edward K. Rand '94, Pope Professor of Latin; March 2, Milton, by J. N. Douglas Bush, professor of English; March 9, Moliere, by Louis Cons, professor of French Literature.

The international short wave station WIXAL, of Boston a non-commercial organization devoted entirely to educational and cultural programs, will transmit the lectures on a frequency of 11.79 megacycles or 25.4 metres.

Letters praising the broadcasts of the great author series last spring on Dante, Goothe, Chancer and Aristotle came in from twenty countries in all parts of the English speaking world.

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