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"Poetry and Prowess," Frost's Fourth Lecture, Comes Today

He Will Discuss Relation of Poetry to University Life

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Robert Frost will discuss subjects closer to college life than these of his last two addresses when he speaks on "Poetry as Prowess (Feat of Words)" in the fourth Charles Eliot Norton lecture in the New Lecture Hall at 8 o'clock tonight.

The poet will discuss the conditions in our American colleges which are most congenial to artists living in university communities; he will explain the effect that such conditions have on the development of skill and prowess in creative work.

There will be two more lectures in the series which is being given by Mr. Frost on "The Renewal of Words." On April 3 he will talk on "Before the Beginning of a room," and on April 15 the subject will be "After the End of a Poem."

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