The Poetry of Robert Frost

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The Poetry of Robert Frost by Robert Frost Summary

A volume comprised of over 350 poems that brings together the full contents of all 11 of Frost's books of verse, from "A Boy's Will" to "In the Clearing". Edited by a Frost scholar and friend of the poet, it also records extensive bibliographic information and traces textual changes.

Search for Belief in the Poetry of Robert Frost

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Search for Belief in the Poetry of Robert Frost by Rajendra Nath Mishra Summary

This Book Plans To Discuss Robert Frost S Constructive Attitude Towards Life As Portrayed In Most Of His Poems. The Author Has Given A New Perspective To Frost S Criticism. The Sense Of Death, Decay, Degeneration, Devaluation, Disintegration And Alienation Has Been The Prominent Wing Of Modern Poetry. Frost Is Conscious Of All These Aspects Of Modern Life. It Is Not That He Is Unaware Of The Modern Predicament. Rather He Is Useless To Call Our Time Bad. In His Poetry One Finds A Different Approach To The Problems Of Life. In Spite Of The Fact That Life Is Full Of Distressing Aspects, Frost Describes Life Worth Living . In Birches He Declares: Earth S The Right Place For Love: / I Don T Know Where It S Likely To Go Better. This Reveals The Fact That He Is Not One Among The Palayana Panthis, Neither Is He A Nirashavadi: He Is An Ashavadi Who Believes In This Creation.

The Theme of Boundaries in the Poetry of Robert Frost

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The Theme of Boundaries in the Poetry of Robert Frost by Katrin Gischler Summary

Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 65%, University of Reading (Department of English and American Literature), course: Writing America 2, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, comment: The essay was written in the seminar "Writing America 2" during my year at the University of Reading, GB., abstract: Robert Lee Frost belongs to one of the most popular and influential writers of the 20th century. Although his career started only at the age of forty, he made his mark as a poet, becoming more and more widely known until at the end he was the United States' de facto poet laureate.1 The clarity of Frost's diction, the colloquial rhythms, the simplicity of his images and above all the folksy speaker- these are intended to make the poems look natural, unplanned. By investing in the New England terrain he revitalised the tradition of New England regionalism. Readers who accepted Frost's persona and his setting as typically American accepted the powerful myth that this rural part of the country was the heart of America. Among the major concerns that appear in Frost's poetry are the fragility of life, the consequences of rejecting or accepting the conditions of one's life, the passion of inconsolable grief, the difficulty of sustaining intimacy, the fear of loneliness and isolation, the tensions between the individual and society, and the place of tradition and custom.3 The tensions between the individual and society become apparent in Frost's examination and metaphorical use of geographical boundaries. In this respect, I am going to focus on one of Frost's most popular poems Mending Wall from the volume of poems called North of Boston (1914) and a more less known poem Trespass from A Witness Tree (1942).

The Collected Poems of Robert Frost

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The Collected Poems of Robert Frost by Robert Frost Summary

Likely one of the most well-known poets in American literary history, Robert Frost, born in California, lived much of his life in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, thus, his most popular poetry depicted subtle New England charm. Frost’s style was largely free verse, though he did find a fair amount of structure in poetry could often be inspiring. Forever searching for 'the sound of sense,' Robert Frost's lyrical poetry is eloquent, precise, and robust. The Collected Poems of Robert Frost, includes the inspiring poetry of Frost's first three collections, including his earliest major poems "The Road Not Taken" and "Mending Wall" making this edition one you shouldn't miss!

A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost

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A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost by Robert Frost Summary

The early works of beloved poet Robert Frost, collected in one volume. The poetry of Robert Frost is praised for its realistic depiction of rural life in New England during the early twentieth century, as well as for its examination of social and philosophical issues. Through the use of American idiom and free verse, Frost produced many enduring poems that remain popular with modern readers. A Collection of Poems by Robert Frost contains all the poems from his first four published collections: A Boy’s Will (1913), North of Boston (1914), Mountain Interval (1916), and New Hampshire (1923), including classics such as “The Road Not Taken,” “Fire and Ice,” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.”

The Poems of Robert Frost

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The Poems of Robert Frost by Robert Frost Summary

One of the masters of twentieth century poetry, Robert Frost has continued to inspire readers for generations. This collection showcases 38 of his most enduring poems, including: The Road Not Taken Fire and Ice Nothing Gold Can Stay After Apple-Picking Birches Home Burial Mending Wall

An Outline of the Poetry of Robert Frost

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An Outline of the Poetry of Robert Frost by Jon C. Stott Summary

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Reading & Writing Nature

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Reading & Writing Nature by Guy L. Rotella Summary

Focusing on four notable 20th century poets, Rotella underlines the continued importance of nature for modern American poetry.

The Ordeal of Robert Frost

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The Ordeal of Robert Frost by Mark Richardson,Carolyn Richardson Summary

Through close readings of Frost's poetry and often ignored prose, Mark Richardson argues that Frost's debates with Van Wyck Brooks, Malcolm Cowley, and H. L. Mencken informed his poetics and his poetic style just as much as did his deep identification with earlier writers like Emerson and William James.

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Robert Frost by Peter James Stanlis Summary

Robert Frost is by far the most celebrated major American poet of the twentieth century. In part, this is because his poetry seems, on the surface, to be so accessible, even homey. But Frost was not just a powerful writer of popular lyric and narrative verse, argues Peter J. Stanlis in this major contribution to American literary study and philosophy. Rather, his work is deeply rooted in a complex philosophical dualism that opposes both idealistic monism, centered in spirit, and scientific positivism, which posits that the universe can be understood as nothing but matter. InRobert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher,Stanlis shows how Frost’s philosophical dualism of spirit and matter is perceived through metaphors and applied to science, religion, art, education, and society. He further argues that Frost’s dualism provides a critique of the monistic forces that were instrumental in the triumph of twentieth-century totalitarianism. Thoroughly informed by his twenty-three year friendship and correspondence with Frost, Stanlis’s landmark volume is the first attempt to deal with the poet’s philosophy in a systematic manner. It will appeal not only to fans of Frost but to all who understand poetry as a form of revelation for understanding human nature.

The Robert Frost Encyclopedia

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The Robert Frost Encyclopedia by Nancy Lewis Tuten,John Zubizarreta Summary

Often thought of as the quintessential poet of New England, Robert Frost is one of the most widely read American poets of the 20th century. But in spite of his ties to New England, he was born in San Francisco; he published his first book of poetry in England rather than the United States; he matured as a poet during his years abroad; and upon his return to America, he sometimes taught at the University of Michigan and spent many of his winters in Florida. This reference book provides hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries on Frost's poems and illuminates the complexities of his life and writings. Entries are written by expert contributors and conclude with brief citations of additional sources of information. The volume includes a chronology and closes with a bibliography of major studies.

The Road Not Taken

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The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost Summary

Selections of Frost's poetry are accompanied by a brief account of his life, a description of the critical reception of his work, and an assessment of his place in American literature. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.

Toward Robert Frost

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Toward Robert Frost by Judith Oster Summary

Every poem, Robert Frost declared, "is an epitome of the great predicament, a figure of the will braving alien entanglements". This study considers what Frost meant by those entanglements, how he braved them in his poetry, and how he invited his readers to do the same. In the process it contributes significantly to a new critical awareness of Frost as a complex artist who anticipated postmodernism--a poet who invoked literary traditions and conventions frequently to set himself in tension with them. Using the insights of reader-response theory, Judith Oster explains how Frost appeals to readers with his apparent accessibility and then, because of the openness of his poetry's possibilities, engages them in the process of constructing meaning. Frost's poems, she demonstrates, teach the reader how they should be read; at the same time, they resist closure and definitive reading. The reader's acts of encountering and constructing the poems parallel Frost's own encounters and acts of construction. Commenting at length on a number of individual poems, Oster ranges in her discussion from the ways in which the poet dramatizes the inadequacy of the self alone to the manner in which he "reads" the Book of Genesis or the writing of Emerson. Oster illuminates, finally, the central conflict in Frost: his need to be read well against his fear of being read; his need to share his creation against his fear of its appropriation by others.

Selected Poems of Robert Frost

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Selected Poems of Robert Frost by Robert Frost Summary

John F. Kennedy said of Robert Frost: " He has bequeathed his nation a body of imperishable verse from which Americans will forever gain joy and understanding." A four-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, Frost created a new poetic language that has a deep and timeless resonance.In addition to Robert Frost's first three books, this collection includes eighteen early poems that did not appear in his eleven books of poetry and have rarely been reprinted. Some of these express the idealism of youth inspired by heroic figures of the past. Others are love poems to Elinor White, whom he married in 1895.This book features a deluxe cover, ribbon marker, top stain, and decorative endpapers with a nameplate.

Collected Poems, Prose & Plays

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Collected Poems, Prose & Plays by Robert Frost,Richard Poirier,Mark Richardson Summary

A scholarly, annotated, and uniquely comprehensive edition gathers all of Frost's major poetry, a selection of previously unanthologized poems, and the most extensive offering of his prose writings ever published, along with an essay on the texts by the editors.

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Robert Frost by Harold Bloom Summary

Provides insight into four of Frost's poems along with a short history of the man and his life.