First published in 1923, "New Hampshire" by famed American poet Robert Frost, is one of the most beautiful and famous collection of poems in American literature. The book contains many of Frost's most well-known and beloved poems, such as "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening", "Nothing Gold Can Stay", "Fire and Ice", and "The Need of Being Versed in Country Things". Frost won the first of his four Pulitzer Prizes for "New Hampshire" and he would...
Mountain Interval (1916) is a collection of poems by American poet Robert Frost. Having gained success with his first two collections, both published in London, Frost returned home to New Hampshire and completed his third volume, Mountain Interval. The book opens with "The Road Not Taken," and though this would become Frost's most famous poem, the collection is not defined by it. Here we find the hallmarks of Frost's work: rural landscapes, dramatic...
3) A Boy's Will
A Boy's Will (1913) is a collection of poems by American poet Robert Frost. Published in London and dedicated to the poet's wife, Elinor, A Boy's Will, which received enthusiastic early reviews from both Ezra Pound and W.B. Yeats, launched Frost's career as America's leading poet of the early-twentieth century. Invoking such figures as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Emily Dickinson, and Thomas Hardy, Frost ties himself to tradition while establishing...
North of Boston (1914) is a collection of poems by American poet Robert Frost. Following the success of Frost's debut, A Boy's Will (1913), North of Boston was published in London to enthusiastic reviews from both Ezra Pound and W.B. Yeats. His success abroad quickly translated to critical acclaim in the United States, and Frost would eventually be recognized as a leading American poet. "Mending Wall" takes place in spring, as the people emerge...
Winner of four Pulitzer Prizes for his poetry, Robert Frost is best remembered for his depictions of early 20th century rural New England life and for his command of American colloquial speech. Criticized by some as being out of touch with the Modernist movement in poetry exemplified by contemporaries such as T. S. Eliot and E. E. Cummings, it is probably in fact his adherence to traditionalism that so endeared him to his fans. Literary critic Randall...
Two volumes of early poetry: A Boy's Will was Frost's first collection of poems (1913). North of Boston followed in 1914. Together they contain many of the poet's finest and best-known works, among them "Mending Wall," "After Apple-Picking," "The Death of the Hired Man," and more. Reprinted complete and unabridged. Alphabetical lists of titles and first lines.
Robert Frost is one of America's most beloved poets. He won four Pulitzer prizes for his poetry and was invited to read his poetry at John F. Kennedy's inauguration. His life was filled with personal tragedy which his poetry often reflected. Collected here are The Road Not Taken, The Death Of The Hired Man, The Mountain, Fire and Ice, The Generations Of Men, The Grindstone, The Witch of Coös, A Brook in the City, Design, House Fear, The Lockless...
New Hampshire is Robert Frost's poetic tour de force. It won the Pulitzer Prize for excellence in poetry. While Frost had been a respected poet before New Hampshire's release New Hampshire, forever cemented Frost's standing as, the greatest American Poet. If you've never read Frost, this is the book with which to start. It includes some of his most beloved poems such as "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Nothing Gold Can Stay" and "Fire and...
Book of poems and wise sayings. I don't believe in age or time, the way most people do, nevertheless, I manifested 9/15/1962 5'11 from Florence South Carolina, come from a big family, because of mental health issues, my mother was, unable to care for me, as a result, I of this I was, raised in an orphanage. In search of my family, I ran away a lot, as result I ended up, being in trouble with the law. I have two sons, I am married me, and my wife...
Collected here are 98 poems that made Robert Frost's reputation as the greatest American Poet of his or any other time. Uniquely powerful and uniquely American Frost's poems are important and approachable.
11) Robert Frost
A collection to be read, experienced, and treasured. Whether capturing a cold New England winter's evening, or the beauty of an old, abandoned house, four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Frost left an indelible mark on our consciousness. This stunning celebration of his best-loved work includes 35 poems specially chosen for children ages 8 to 14 by author and historian Jay Parini. Illustrator Michael Paraskevas brings the poems to life with...
This beautifully illustrated companion is inspired by Robert Frost's perennial poem. Heartwarming illustrations of a young boy journeying through a yellow wood accompany the original text of the poem. When a fork in the road arises for the boy, so too does the first of life's many choices. And as the poem progresses, so does the boy's life: college, career, marriage, family, loss, and, by journey's end, the sweet satisfaction of a life fully lived....
13) Home Burial
"Home Burial" is a poem about a man and woman who baby has died. It tells of the burial, how the parents react to this death, particularly their lack of communication. This piece is especially poignant given that Frost's son Elliot died at age 4, his daughter Elinor Bettina died when she was a few days old, his wife experienced a miscarriage, two of his daughters suffered mental breakdowns and died, and his son Carol committed suicide.
14) Selected poems
Selected Poems (1923) is a collection of poems by American poet Robert Frost. Dedicated to Edward Thomas, a friend of Frost's and an important English poet who died toward the end of the First World War, Selected Poems is a wonderful sampling of poems from Frost's early collections, including A Boy's Will and North of Boston. Known for his plainspoken language and dedication to the images and rhythms of rural New England, Robert Frost is one of America's...
15) In the clearing
Main Library - Children's Picture Books 1 available
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Main Library - Children's Picture Books 1 available
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Illustrations of wintry scenes accompany each line of the well-known poem.
The poetry of Robert Frost is praised for its realistic depiction of rural life in New England during the early twentieth century, as well as for its examination of social and philosophical issues. Through the use of American idiom and free verse, Frost produced many enduring poems that remain popular with modern readers. A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost contains all the poems from his first four published collections: A Boy's Will (1913), North...
This collection brings together all the major poetry, a generous selection of uncollected poems, all of Frost's dramatic writing, and an extensive gathering of his prose writings.
20) The runaway
A poem about a colt frightened by falling snow.