Description : A volume comprised of over 350 poems that brings together the full contents of all 11 of Frost's books of verse, from "A Boy's Will" to "In the Clearing". Edited by a Frost scholar and friend of the poet, it also records extensive bibliographic information and traces textual changes.
Description : Often thought of as the quintessential poet of New England, Robert Frost is one of the most widely read American poets of the 20th century. But in spite of his ties to New England, he was born in San Francisco; he published his first book of poetry in England rather than the United States; he matured as a poet during his years abroad; and upon his return to America, he sometimes taught at the University of Michigan and spent many of his winters in Florida. This reference book provides hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries on Frost's poems and illuminates the complexities of his life and writings. Entries are written by expert contributors and conclude with brief citations of additional sources of information. The volume includes a chronology and closes with a bibliography of major studies.
Description : The second installment of Harvard’s critically acclaimed five-volume edition of Robert Frost’s correspondence contains letters from 1920 to 1928, 400 of them gathered here for the first time. His 160 correspondents include family, friends, colleagues, fellow writers, visual artists, publishers, educators, librarians, farmers, and admirers.
Description : Likely one of the most well-known poets in American literary history, Robert Frost, born in California, lived much of his life in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, thus, his most popular poetry depicted subtle New England charm. Frost’s style was largely free verse, though he did find a fair amount of structure in poetry could often be inspiring. Forever searching for 'the sound of sense,' Robert Frost's lyrical poetry is eloquent, precise, and robust. The Collected Poems of Robert Frost, includes the inspiring poetry of Frost's first three collections, including his earliest major poems "The Road Not Taken" and "Mending Wall" making this edition one you shouldn't miss!
Description : Presents a collection of both published and unpublished prose pieces, including correspondence, articles, talks, readings, and stories.
Description : Robert Frost is one of the most widely read, well loved, and misunderstood of modern writers. These notebooks, transcribed and presented in their entirety, offer unprecedented insight into Frost's complex and often highly contradictory thinking about poetics, politics, education, psychology, and religion.
Description : Selections of Frost's poetry are accompanied by a brief account of his life, a description of the critical reception of his work, and an assessment of his place in American literature. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.
Description : A guide to writing about the poems of the American author offers instructions for composing different types of essays and contains literary criticism for such works as "Birches," "Mending Wall," "The Road Not Taken," and "Acquainted with the Night."