- Sales Rank:3,456,850
- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Published)
- Media:Leather Bound
- Edition:Limited Edition
- Publication Date:1987
Robert Frost (1874-1963), the best known and most beloved American poet of the 20th century, won the Pulitzer Prize four times for "New Hampshire" (1924), "Collected Poems" (1931), "A Further Range" (1937) and "A Witness Tree" (1943). This volume includes these four collections. Much of Frost's work dealt with the life and landscape of New England. He was a poet of traditional verse forms and metric, avoiding the poetic movements of his time. Frost taught primarily at Amherst, 1917-1963. He received 44 honorary degrees, many government tributes and the Bollingen Prize posthumously.
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