It Happened at Michigan — The ‘Harrowing Experience’ of Meeting Robert Frost

April 8, 2024


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Presented by The Record

When U-M senior Stella Brunt prepared to read aloud a few verses from her poetry to an audience in 1922, the last person she expected to see seated in the crowd was renowned American poet Robert Frost. Frost was hosted on campus in the fall of 1921 as a visiting artist, and often engaged with humanities students and those who wrote for student publications. Read more about Brunt’s experience and Frost’s time on campus in this article from The Record.

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