The Poetry of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"The Poetry of Robert Frost has a total of 607 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Frost, Edward Connery Lathem'. This definitive, paperback edition brings together more than three hundred fifty of Frost's poems, each one with annotations providing complete bibliographic information and noting any textual changes 2002-04-01 time of publication of the book, [-Macmillan-]"

Publisher : Macmillan
Pages : 607 Paper
Genre : Poetry
No.ID : KtComZirYE4C
ISBN-10 : 9780805069860
ISBN-13 : 0805069860
Time : 2002-04-01
Author : Robert Frost, Edward Connery Lathem
Size : 691 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"Belief and Uncertainty in the Poetry of Robert Frost has a total of 242 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Pack'. A leading Frost critic guides the reader through some of the poet s most challenging verse." 2004 time of publication of the book, [-UPNE-]"

Publisher : UPNE
Pages : 242 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : amUdiZLtBJcC
ISBN-10 : 9781584654568
ISBN-13 : 1584654562
Time : 2004
Author : Robert Pack
Size : 877 KB/s
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Robert Frost and the Politics of Poetry

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost and the Politics of Poetry has a total of 263 pages which are papers from writer 'Tyler Hoffman'. A powerful and persuasive new reading of Frost as a poet deeply engaged with both the literary and public politics of his day. 2001 time of publication of the book, [-UPNE-]"

Publisher : UPNE
Pages : 263 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : YTrZ2oup4ZgC
ISBN-10 : 9781584651505
ISBN-13 : 1584651504
Time : 2001
Author : Tyler Hoffman
Size : 715 KB/s
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Form, Cycle, Infinity

Original Synopsis

"Form, Cycle, Infinity has a total of 221 pages which are papers from writer 'Rachel Hadas'. A study of selected landscape images in the work of two very different yet curiously related poets -- Robert Frost and George Seferis. The resulting study provides a focus of the oeuvre of each poet and finds underlying resemblances between the two poets' worlds. 1985 time of publication of the book, [-Bucknell University Press-]"

Publisher : Bucknell University Press
Pages : 221 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : ii-opMMeCb8C
ISBN-10 : 9780838750735
ISBN-13 : 0838750737
Time : 1985
Author : Rachel Hadas
Size : 145 KB/s
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The Collected Poems of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"The Collected Poems of Robert Frost has a total of 224 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Frost'. 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! 2016-11-01 time of publication of the book, [-Chartwell Books-]"

Publisher : Chartwell Books
Pages : 224 Paper
Genre : Poetry
No.ID : iK-TDgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0785834230
ISBN-13 : 9780785834236
Time : 2016-11-01
Author : Robert Frost
Size : 255 KB/s
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Search for Belief in the Poetry of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Search for Belief in the Poetry of Robert Frost has a total of 148 pages which are papers from writer 'Rajendra Nath Mishra'. 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. 1992 time of publication of the book, [-Abhinav Publications-]"

Publisher : Abhinav Publications
Pages : 148 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : KwbHDPC62r8C
ISBN-10 : 9788170172918
ISBN-13 : 8170172918
Time : 1992
Author : Rajendra Nath Mishra
Size : 167 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"The Poetry of Robert Frost and William Carlos Williams has a total of 390 pages which are papers from writer 'Harihar Rath'. This Book Fulfils The Difficult Task Of Quickening, And Elucidating, Fortifying And Enlarging The Poetry Of Two Important Poets Of Our Time: Robert Frost And William Carlos Williams. It Puts Their Creative Act Under Scrutiny By The Common Parameter Of A Critical Canon, Aiming To Place Them As Poets At A Vantage Point Where The Idea Of Man Speaking Out On Behalf Of Man Can Find Its True And Free Expression.Written In A Lucid Style, And With A Content That Remain A Landmark In American Studies By An Indian Academic, The Book Does Also Privilege A Deeper Understanding Of American Poetry In General While Problematizing Its Inherent Opposition Between The Egocentric As Against The Theocentric, Man Without History As Against History Without Man, The Antinomian As Against The Orthodox, Personality As Against Culture And The Adamic As Against The Mythic. 2003-01-01 time of publication of the book, [-Atlantic Publishers & Dist-]"

Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
Pages : 390 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : KGrfD77a9jgC
ISBN-10 : 9788126901869
ISBN-13 : 8126901861
Time : 2003-01-01
Author : Harihar Rath
Size : 981 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"The Theme of Boundaries in the Poetry of Robert Frost has a total of 28 pages which are papers from writer 'Katrin Gischler'. 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). 2007 time of publication of the book, [-GRIN Verlag-]"

Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Pages : 28 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : qL6kYXPE1MwC
ISBN-10 : 3638764095
ISBN-13 : 9783638764094
Time : 2007
Author : Katrin Gischler
Size : 665 KB/s
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Poems by Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Poems by Robert Frost has a total of 160 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Frost'. 100th Anniversary Edition Poems by Robert FrostA Boy’s Will and North of Boston The publication of A Boy’s Will (1913) and North of Boston (1914) marked the debut of Robert Frost as a major talent and established him as the true poetic voice of New England. Four of his volumes would win the Pulitzer Prize before his death in 1963, and his body of work has since become an integral part of the American national heritage. This is the only edition to present these two classics in their original form. A Boy’s Will introduced readers to Frost’s unmistakable poetic voice, and in North of Boston, we find two of his most famous poems, “Mending Wall” and “The Death of the Hired Man.” With an introduction by distinguished critic and Amherst professor William H. Pritchard and an afterword by poet and critic Peter Davison, this centennial edition stands as a complete and vital introduction to the work of the quintessential modern American poet. Introduction by William H. Pritchard Afterword by Peter Davison 2001-04-01 time of publication of the book, [-Penguin-]"

Publisher : Penguin
Pages : 160 Paper
Genre : Poetry
No.ID : 8WO67WHDqzcC
ISBN-10 : 1101157607
ISBN-13 : 9781101157602
Time : 2001-04-01
Author : Robert Frost
Size : 724 KB/s
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Toward Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Toward Robert Frost has a total of 336 pages which are papers from writer 'Judith Oster'. 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. 1994-02-01 time of publication of the book, [-University of Georgia Press-]"

Publisher : University of Georgia Press
Pages : 336 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : KWj9GVhr7q4C
ISBN-10 : 9780820316215
ISBN-13 : 0820316210
Time : 1994-02-01
Author : Judith Oster
Size : 756 KB/s
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Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost has a total of 196 pages which are papers from writer 'Kathryn Gibbs Harris'. 1979 time of publication of the book, [-G K Hall & Co-]"

Publisher : G K Hall & Co
Pages : 196 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : FLpaAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015000655947
Time : 1979
Author : Kathryn Gibbs Harris
Size : 288 KB/s
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Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost has a total of 236 pages which are papers from writer 'Lesley Lee Francis'. In this volume, Lesley Lee Francis, granddaughter of Robert Frost, brings to life the Frost family's idyllic early years. Through their own words, we enter the daily lives of Robert, known as RF to his family and friends, his wife, Elinor, and their four children, Lesley, Carol, Irma, and Marjorie. The result is a meticulously researched and beautifully written evocation of a fleeting chapter in the life of a literary family.Taught at home by their father and mother, the Frost children received a remarkable education. Reared on poetry, nurtured on the world of the imagination, and instructed in the art of direct observation, the children produced an exceptional body of writing and artwork in the years between 1905 and 1915. Drawing upon previously unexamined journals, notebooks, letters, and the little magazine entitled The Bouquet produced by the Frost children and their friends, Francis shows how the genius of Frost was enriched by his interactions with his children. Francis depicts her grandfather as a generous, devoted, and playful man with a striking ability to communicate with his children and grandchildren. She traces the family's adventures from their farm years in New Hampshire through their nearly three years in England. This enchanting evocation of the Frost family's life together makes more poignant the unforeseen personal tragedies that would befall its members in later years. 2017-09-29 time of publication of the book, [-Routledge-]"

Publisher : Routledge
Pages : 236 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : NG9QDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1351492764
ISBN-13 : 9781351492768
Time : 2017-09-29
Author : Lesley Lee Francis
Size : 931 KB/s
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Robert Frost and New England

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost and New England has a total of 292 pages which are papers from writer 'John C. Kemp'. Though critics traditionally have paid homage to Robert Frost's New England identity by labeling him a regionalist, John Kemp is the first to investigate what was in fact a highly complex relationship between poet and region. Through a frankly revisionist interpretation, he not only demonstrates how Frost's relationship to New England and his attempt to portray himself as the "Yankee farmer poet" affected his poetry; he also shows that the regional identity became a problem both for Frost and for his readers. Originally published in 1979. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905. 2015-03-08 time of publication of the book, [-Princeton University Press-]"

Publisher : Princeton University Press
Pages : 292 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : NIB9BgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1400869749
ISBN-13 : 9781400869749
Time : 2015-03-08
Author : John C. Kemp
Size : 132 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"Elements of Transcendentalism in the Poetry of Robert Frost has a total of 100 pages which are papers from writer 'Winnie Lanet Gaddy'. 1970 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 100 Paper
Genre : Transcendentalism
No.ID : H6HQHwAACAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : OCLC:23002529
Time : 1970
Author : Winnie Lanet Gaddy
Size : 538 KB/s
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Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost has a total of 80 pages which are papers from writer 'Harold Bloom'. Provides insight into four of Frost's poems along with a short history of the man and his life. 2009-01-01 time of publication of the book, [-Infobase Publishing-]"

Publisher : Infobase Publishing
Pages : 80 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : n5y69wJEvEEC
ISBN-10 : 1438115830
ISBN-13 : 9781438115832
Time : 2009-01-01
Author : Harold Bloom
Size : 353 KB/s
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On the Sonnets of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"On the Sonnets of Robert Frost has a total of 157 pages which are papers from writer 'H.A. Maxson'. "The sonnet is the strictest form I have behaved in, and only then by pretending it wasn't a sonnet," Frost once wrote to Louis Untermeyer. Frost wrote his sonnets in couplets, triplets, and terza rima; frequently, he combined elements of the Italian and English forms. His genuis was in incorporating diverse styles, renewing reader interest in the form while retaining its accessibility. Several of the sonnets discussed are generally recognized as among the finest poems written in the twentieth century. This is the first work to examine all the 37 poems published that are, based on the poet's own prose writings on the subject, defined as true sonnets. It also provides a discussion of why some Frost works commonly accepted as sonnets do not meet his own criteria. Of course, the book provides content analyses of the sonnets with discussions of the various structures used. 2005-01-01 time of publication of the book, [-McFarland-]"

Publisher : McFarland
Pages : 157 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : gZHWS3d-n-AC
ISBN-10 : 0786424206
ISBN-13 : 9780786424207
Time : 2005-01-01
Author : H.A. Maxson
Size : 264 KB/s
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Selected Poems of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Selected Poems of Robert Frost has a total of 326 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Frost'. 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. 1963-01 time of publication of the book, [-Harcourt College Pub-]"

Publisher : Harcourt College Pub
Pages : 326 Paper
Genre : Poetry
No.ID : FuVbngEACAAJ
ISBN-10 : 9780030120602
ISBN-13 : 0030120608
Time : 1963-01
Author : Robert Frost
Size : 372 KB/s
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Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost has a total of 128 pages which are papers from writer 'Sara McIntosh Wooten'. These biographies for teen readers describe the lives and achievements of well-known, significant Americans of the 20th and 21st centuries using color layouts, informative sidebars, and lots of supplementary data. 2006 time of publication of the book, [-Enslow Publishers, Inc.-]"

Publisher : Enslow Publishers, Inc.
Pages : 128 Paper
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
No.ID : x4r2rUgeMU8C
ISBN-10 : 9780766026278
ISBN-13 : 0766026272
Time : 2006
Author : Sara McIntosh Wooten
Size : 453 KB/s
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Complete Poems of Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Complete Poems of Robert Frost has a total of 642 pages which are papers from writer 'Robert Frost'. 1949 time of publication of the book, [-New York : H. Holt-]"

Publisher : New York : H. Holt
Pages : 642 Paper
Genre : American poetry
No.ID : 0-FlAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015020086016
Time : 1949
Author : Robert Frost
Size : 455 KB/s
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Reading & Writing Nature

Original Synopsis

"Reading & Writing Nature has a total of 253 pages which are papers from writer 'Guy L. Rotella'. Focusing on four notable 20th century poets, Rotella underlines the continued importance of nature for modern American poetry. 1991 time of publication of the book, [-Boston : Northeastern University Press-]"

Publisher : Boston : Northeastern University Press
Pages : 253 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : 06tZAAAAMAAJ
ISBN-10 :
ISBN-13 : UOM:39015020772748
Time : 1991
Author : Guy L. Rotella
Size : 342 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB

Robert Frost

Original Synopsis

"Robert Frost has a total of 528 pages which are papers from writer 'Jay Parini'. This fascinating reassessment of America's most popular and famous poet reveals a more complex and enigmatic man than many readers might expect. Jay Parini spent over twenty years interviewing friends of Robert Frost and working in the poet's archives at Dartmouth, Amherst, and elsewhere to produce this definitive and insightful biography of both the public and private man. While he depicts the various stages of Frost's colorful life, Parini also sensitively explores the poet's psyche, showing how he dealt with adversity, family tragedy, and depression. By taking the reader into the poetry itself, which he reads closely and brilliantly, Parini offers an insightful road map to Frost's remarkable world. 2015-06-09 time of publication of the book, [-Henry Holt and Company-]"

Publisher : Henry Holt and Company
Pages : 528 Paper
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
No.ID : Pm1uCQAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1466877804
ISBN-13 : 9781466877801
Time : 2015-06-09
Author : Jay Parini
Size : 225 KB/s
Format : PDF, EBOOK and EPUB