Selected Prose of Robert Frost
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- Seller:Pennsylvania Book Depot
- Sales Rank:2,117,803
- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Published)
- Number Of Items:3
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.9
- Dimensions (in):8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7
- Publication Date:June 1966
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From dust jacket notes: "...Of the fifteen pieces in Selected Prose of Robert Frost, the earliest appeared in 1924 and the most recent in 1959. They include probably the best-known of Frost's prose pieces, 'The Figure a Poem Makes'; introductions to volumes of poetry such as 'Maturity No Object' and his Introduction to King Jasper; a magazine article which illustrates his life-long interest in baseball, 'Perfect day - A Day of Prowess'; and two essays that reflect and juxtapose the depth of belief and disbelief - his 'Letter to The Amherst Student' and 'On Emerson.' Each of the pieces in the book has an explanatory note by the editors. There is also an introduction to the volume that will give the general reader and the scholar unique insight into Robert Frost's belief in the importance of the poetic life."
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