T. S. Eliot Recordings Mark Vocarium Fete
The nation's largest collection of recorded poetry, the poetry, the University, Vocarium, celebrates its fifteenth anniversary this week by bringing out several new records of T. S. Eliot '10 reading his own verse. Eliot started the collection with readings of "Gerontion" and "The Hollow Men' in 1932.
Two of the new Eliot records, made when the poet visited Cambridge last spring, include "Journey of Magi," "A Song for Simeon," and "Fragment of an Agon."
An additional pair of discs, already cut is scheduled for release in a few months. These include Eliot reading "Difficulty of Statesmen," "Triumphal March," and "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock."