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Robert Frost

This comprehensive and authoritative edition of Robert Frost's poetry brings together the full contents of all eleven of Frost's books of verse - from A Boy's Will to In the Clearing. This handsome volume, comprising more than 350 poems, was prepared under the editorship of Edward Connery Lathem, a Frost scholar and friend of the poet. In his notes, Mr Lathem records extensive bibliographical information about the publication of Robert Frost's poetry during nearly three-quarters of a century - from 1894, when his first poem appeared in a national publication, to the final volume Frost worked on just before his death in 1963. The editor also carefully traces textual changes that have occurred in the poetry over the years. Robert Frost was not merely one of America's greatest poets; his voice speaks to all men.

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Robert Frost

This definitive, paperback edition brings together more than three hundred fifty of Frost's poems, each one with annotations providing complete bibliographic information and noting any textual changes

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Robert Frost

This is the only comprehensive volume of Robert Frost's published verse; in it are the contents of all eleven of his individual books of poetry-from A Boy's Will (1913) to In the Clearing (1962). The editor, Edward Connery Lathem, has scrupulously annotated the more than 350 poems in this book.

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Robert Frost

A feast for lovers of American literature-the work of our greatest poet, redesigned and relaunched for a new generation of readers No poet is more emblematically American than Robert Frost. From "The Road Not Taken" to "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," he refined and even defined our sense of what poetry is and what it can do. T. S. Eliot judged him "the most eminent, the most distinguished Anglo-American poet now living," and he is the only writer in history to have been awarded four Pulitzer Prizes. Henry Holt is proud to announce the republication of four editions of Frost's most beloved work for a new generation of poets and readers. The only comprehensive volume of Frost's verse available, comprising all eleven volumes of his poems, this collection has been the standard Frost compendium since its first publication in 1969.

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Rajendra Nath Mishra

This Book Plans To Discuss Robert Frost S Constructive Attitude Towards Life As Portrayed In Most Of His Poems. The Author Has Given A New Perspective To Frost S Criticism. The Sense Of Death, Decay, Degeneration, Devaluation, Disintegration And Alienation Has Been The Prominent Wing Of Modern Poetry. Frost Is Conscious Of All These Aspects Of Modern Life. It Is Not That He Is Unaware Of The Modern Predicament. Rather He Is Useless To Call Our Time Bad. In His Poetry One Finds A Different Approach To The Problems Of Life. In Spite Of The Fact That Life Is Full Of Distressing Aspects, Frost Describes Life Worth Living . In Birches He Declares: Earth S The Right Place For Love: / I Don T Know Where It S Likely To Go Better. This Reveals The Fact That He Is Not One Among The Palayana Panthis, Neither Is He A Nirashavadi: He Is An Ashavadi Who Believes In This Creation.

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Katrin Gischler

Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 65%, University of Reading (Department of English and American Literature), course: Writing America 2, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, comment: The essay was written in the seminar "Writing America 2" during my year at the University of Reading, GB., abstract: Robert Lee Frost belongs to one of the most popular and influential writers of the 20th century. Although his career started only at the age of forty, he made his mark as a poet, becoming more and more widely known until at the end he was the United States' de facto poet laureate.1 The clarity of Frost's diction, the colloquial rhythms, the simplicity of his images and above all the folksy speaker- these are intended to make the poems look natural, unplanned. By investing in the New England terrain he revitalised the tradition of New England regionalism. Readers who accepted Frost's persona and his setting as typically American accepted the powerful myth that this rural part of the country was the heart of America. Among the major concerns that appear in Frost's poetry are the fragility of life, the consequences of rejecting or accepting the conditions of one's life, the passion of inconsolable grief, the difficulty of sustaining intimacy, the fear of loneliness and isolation, the tensions between the individual and society, and the place of tradition and custom.3 The tensions between the individual and society become apparent in Frost's examination and metaphorical use of geographical boundaries. In this respect, I am going to focus on one of Frost's most popular poems Mending Wall from the volume of poems called North of Boston (1914) and a more less known poem Trespass from A Witness Tree (1942).

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Harihar Rath

This Book Fulfils The Difficult Task Of Quickening, And Elucidating, Fortifying And Enlarging The Poetry Of Two Important Poets Of Our Time: Robert Frost And William Carlos Williams. It Puts Their Creative Act Under Scrutiny By The Common Parameter Of A Critical Canon, Aiming To Place Them As Poets At A Vantage Point Where The Idea Of Man Speaking Out On Behalf Of Man Can Find Its True And Free Expression.Written In A Lucid Style, And With A Content That Remain A Landmark In American Studies By An Indian Academic, The Book Does Also Privilege A Deeper Understanding Of American Poetry In General While Problematizing Its Inherent Opposition Between The Egocentric As Against The Theocentric, Man Without History As Against History Without Man, The Antinomian As Against The Orthodox, Personality As Against Culture And The Adamic As Against The Mythic.

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Katrin Gischler

Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 65%, University of Reading (Department of English and American Literature), course: Writing America 2, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Robert Lee Frost belongs to one of the most popular and influential writers of the 20th century. Although his career started only at the age of forty, he made his mark as a poet, becoming more and more widely known until at the end he was the United States’ de facto poet laureate.1 The clarity of Frost’s diction, the colloquial rhythms, the simplicity of his images and above all the folksy speaker- these are intended to make the poems look natural, unplanned. By investing in the New England terrain he revitalised the tradition of New England regionalism. Readers who accepted Frost’s persona and his setting as typically American accepted the powerful myth that this rural part of the country was the heart of America. Among the major concerns that appear in Frost’s poetry are the fragility of life, the consequences of rejecting or accepting the conditions of one’s life, the passion of inconsolable grief, the difficulty of sustaining intimacy, the fear of loneliness and isolation, the tensions between the individual and society, and the place of tradition and custom.3 The tensions between the individual and society become apparent in Frost’s examination and metaphorical use of geographical boundaries. In this respect, I am going to focus on one of Frost’s most popular poems Mending Wall from the volume of poems called North of Boston (1914) and a more less known poem Trespass from A Witness Tree (1942).