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An exhibition of interest to all members of the University is a showing of books relating to the poet and critic, T. S. Eliot '10, now on display in the Lowell House Library. Eliot is to be Charles Eliot Norton professor of Poetry next year.

The exhibition contains a number of his works, including some unusual pamphlets and a copy of "The Criterion: A Quarterly Review" published in London in 1922, in which his celebrated poem "The Waste Land" appears for the first time. Particularly interesting are several school books once owned by Eliot, with his signature, including Boswell's "A Journey to the Hebrides" and a volume of Scandinavian mythology.

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