This present volume from Coyote Canyon Press republishes all three of Robert Frost's first collections originally published in the United States by Henry Holt and Company, New York. In 1913, Robert Frost published A BOY'S WILL, his first collection of poems, a series of sharply rendered scenes of New England rural life. A second volume, NORTH OF BOSTON, followed in 1914 and contained some of Frost's most brilliant and best-loved works: "Mending Wall," "After Apple-Picking," "The Death of the Hired Man," "Home Burial," and "Birches." In 1916 Frost followed up these two volumes with MOUNTAIN INTERVAL, which included many of his most moving poems: "An Old Man's Winter Night," "The Hill Wife," and "The Road Not Taken." The explanatory notes reveal Frost's complex relation to modern and classical poetic traditions, his knowledge of science and philosophy, and his tremendous ear for the rhythms of English, which enabled him to write the finest blank verse since Milton.
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Published December 28, 2009
by Coyote Canyon Press.
Literature & Fiction.