Here in one volume are selected poems of Robert Frost, accompanied by an introduction and commentary by Louis Untermeyer. They make up an anthology that will bring you numberless hours of pleasure and joy.
Illustrated throughout with black and white woodcuts.
About the Author
Robert Frost has written on almost every subject, but the central subject is humanity. While other poets have written about people, Robert Frost's poems are the people -- vital, living people -- who converse, and work, and walk about, and tell their stories with the freedom of common speech. Frost knows humanity without its "company manners."
This is a used, mass market paperback book in very good condition. Prior owner's name inside front cover, otherwise no markings or highlighting. Distributed by Pocket Books for Washington Square Press, 52nd Printing of 1972 edition. Softcover, 280 pages.
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