Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry
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- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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- Publication Date:November 2000
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"Mending Wall." "The Road Not Taken." "Birches." Many of Robert Frost's poems have become part of modern American culture. Frost used the pleasures and trials of rural New England life to create poetry of universal meaning and appeal. Lea Newman's Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry is a fascinating exploration of the world of Robert Frost. Concise essays accompanying each of thiry-six of Frost's early New England poems invite readers to discover the life and work of America's favorite poet.
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