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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
Notebooks of Robert Frost.
Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006
|Named Person:||Robert Frost; Robert Frost; Frost; Frost; Robert Frost; Robert Frost; Robert Frost|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Frost; Robert Faggen
|Notes:||First scholarly edition of notebooks kept by Frost, transcribed and annotated.|
|Description:||xxxii, 809 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||1890-1950: Hunter James --
1903: The hermits --
1903-1910: All these different psycological experiments --
1909-1950: If I had prayed every day what you prayed I don't see how I could help calling myself a Utopian --
1910-1955: Submission to the law of the machine --
1910: Bring all under the influence of the great books as under a spell --
1911: She's ... writer I guess you'd call it wants to go on the stage --
1912-1915: A place apart --
1913:1917: beggars in England --
1916-1918: All my thoughts of every thing --
1916-1919: Two poets --
1918-1921: A time when nothing, neither religion nor patriotism comes to an apex --
1919: The copperhead --
1920-1930: The furthest two things can be away from each other --
1923-1924: Learn lives of poet --
1924: I don't see what you have to complain of --
1924-1925: You and I --
1926-1928: Difference between meter and rhythm --
1928: I learned to laugh when I was young --
1929: These are not monologues but my part in a conversation --
1930-1940: Thick skinned thick headed --
1930-1940: Tru humility is a kind of carelessness --
1935-1951: True humility again lies in suffering --
1935: Curiously enough --
as a connection --
1935: America and the plot --
1935: Since surely good is evil's better helf --
1936: The question for the original --
1936-1939: Having learned to read --
1937-1942: Democracy --
1937: Alci that Socratic boy --
1937-1955: Three of those evils parsed in half an hour --
1940-1950: Leila. What have brough him into the house for? --
1940: Prophetic --
1950: What is your attitude toward our having robbed the indians of the American continent? --
1951-1952: Pertinax --
1950-1955: And it would satisfy something in him --
1950-1955: If his own intuitions were correct --
1950-1951: There is a shadow alway on success --
1950-1962: If we are too much given to reflect --
1950-1962: I wont be talked to by a woman, tell her --
1960-1962: Dedication of the Gift outright --
Undated: One favord acorn --
Undated: First answerability divine right --
Undated: Last refinement of subject matter --
Undated: Sentences may have the greatest monotony to the eye --
Undated: Many speak as if it was a reproach to the puritans --
Undated loose notebook pages: All thoughts all passions all delights --
Undated: Nothing more composing than composition.
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert Faggen.|
[Frost] was a set of inconsistencies: a Romantic bent on critiquing Romanticism; a pragmatist and quasi-Social Darwinist who wasn't quite convinced of his own views. As Faggen points out in an
- Frost, Robert, -- 1874-1963 -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.
- Frost, Robert, -- 1874-1963 -- Manuscripts.
- Frost -- Robert -- 1874-1963 -- Notebooks, sketc.hbooks, etc.
- Frost -- Robert -- 1874-1963 -- Manuscripts.
- Frost, Robert, -- 1874-1963.
- Frost, Robert.