This is Robert Frost's first full-length collection of poems, published in 1913. His verses are suffused with images of the New England landscape and spirit expressed in traditional forms, yet he is a thoroughly modern poet who presents universal themes with their ironies and ambiguities. Frost was U.S. Poet Laureate 1958-1959, won the Pulitzer Prize four times, and received 44 honorary degrees.
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Hayes Barton Press
March 31, 2004
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