Robert Frost's Poems

By Robert Frost; Louis Untermeyer; Louis Untermeyer (Introduction by)
(St. Martin's Press, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780312983321, 288pp.)

Publication Date: March 2002

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A proven bestseller time and time again, "Robert Frost's Poems" contains all of Robert Frost's best-known poems-and dozens more-in a portable anthology. Here are "Birches," "Mending Wall," "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Two Tramps at Mudtime," "Choose Something Like a Star," and "The Gift Outright," which Frost read at the inauguration of John F. Kennedy." An essential addition to every home library, "Robert Frost's Poems" is a celebration of the New England countryside, Frost's appreciation of common folk, and his wonderful understanding of the human condition. These classic verses touch our hearts and leave behind a lasting impression.


* Over 100 poems
* All Frost's best known verses from throughout his life.




About the Author
BETSY and TOM MELVIN own and run the Artistic Alliance Gallery in Essex Center, Vermont, in which they exhibit and sell their photographs. They are well-known studio and nature photographers, and authors of the best-selling book of photographs Robert Frost Country.
A prolific poet, novelist, and critic, JAY PARINI's recent books include the widely-reviewed Robert Frost: A Life and House of Days: Poems.

Untermeyer is a poet, biographer and critic and also America's most creative anthologist. Born in New York City, he failed to graduate high school and taught himself music, art and literature. He became poet in residence at various universities, writer for the Office of War Information, editor of the Armed Services Editions, and, after World War II, editor for a leading record company. He was appointed Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress for two years and was sent by the State Department to India, where he represented the United States at cultural conferences.

Untermeyer is a poet, biographer and critic and also America's most creative anthologist. Born in New York City, he failed to graduate high school and taught himself music, art and literature. He became poet in residence at various universities, writer for the Office of War Information, editor of the Armed Services Editions, and, after World War II, editor for a leading record company. He was appointed Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress for two years and was sent by the State Department to India, where he represented the United States at cultural conferences.


Praise For Robert Frost's Poems

"Frost was the first American poet who could honestly be reckoned a master-poet by world standards."—Robert Graves

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