Robert Frost by Robert Frost
Selected Poems

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Hardcover Publisher: Gramercy; Later Printing edition (1992) Language: English
 

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Published January 1, 1992 by Gramercy.
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Parini, a poet (House of Days, 1998), biographer (John Steinbeck, 1995), and novelist (Benjamin’s Crossing, 1998), delivers a sensitive life of Frost that highlights the poet’s struggle to find light and stability in an existence filled with darkness and chaos.

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Robert Frost has the best supporters an American poet can have: non-American poets with jobs in American universities.

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Entertainment Weekly

Robert Frost: A Life During his lifetime, Robert Frost was blessed with public adulation, but his personal life — marked by bouts of depression — was often grim.

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The New York Review of Books

The acceleration of the engines of publicity and bibliography that have given us this extremely good selection of 466 letters (out of some 1500 examined by the editor) by and about Robert Frost less than a year after his death should be enough to confound anyone who thinks that Frost was approach...

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The New York Review of Books

A mutual friend of ours once said with pity, “It’s sad to see Frost storming about the country when he might have been an honest schoolteacher.” Frost had an insatiable yearning for crowds, circles of listeners, single listeners—and even for solitude.

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Arts Fuse

Through this book we are better able to read the poems, both in terms of the critical response and Frost’s own words on the subject, and further in terms of Frost the classicist and Frost the reader of poetry, but we do not see Frost in the context of other American poets and the tradition and ev...

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