Robert Frost, the noted poet, will give a reading of his own poems this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in Emerson D. The meeting will be open to the public, and Theodore Morrison '23, assistant professor of English will preside.
When interviewed over the phone last night by this correspondent from the CRIMSON, Mr. Frost said that although he was still uncertain about all the poems he would read, he had already made several choices. These included the following: "A Speek," "Departmental," "The Silken Therad," "Two Tramps in Mud-Time," "Happiness Makes Up in Height For What It Lacks In Length," "Birches," and "The Time Gang."
The reading is under the auspices of the Morris Grey Poetry Fund which has already presented Archibald MacLeish this year. The fund consists of ten thousand dollars, "the income of which is to be applied to the giving of occasional talks or lectures on modern poetry."