• Frost’s springtime poems discussed
    April 27,2014

    Frost’s springtime

    poems discussed

    DORSET — The head of the Vermont Humanities Council will talk today about three of Robert Frost’s most famous poems on springtime.

    VHC executive director Peter Gilbert will be in the living room of the Dorset Inn at 3 p.m. to discuss Frost’s poems “Nothing Gold Can Stay,” “Two Tramps in Mud Time,” and “Mending Wall.”

    Peter Gilbert is the literary executor of Frost’s estate.

    This event is being hosted by the Dorset Village Library.

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