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The notebooks of Robert Frost

Author: Robert Frost; Robert Faggen
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006.
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Presents the aphoristic thoughts, observations, and meditations noted by American poet Robert Frost in small pocket pads and school theme books he kept throughout his life to record his impressions of a wide range of topics.
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Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
Notebooks of Robert Frost.
Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006
(OCoLC)608364322
Named Person: Robert Frost; Robert Frost; Robert Frost; Robert Frost
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Frost; Robert Faggen
ISBN: 0674023110 9780674023116
OCLC Number: 69241543
Notes: First scholarly edition of notebooks kept by Frost, transcribed and annotated.
Description: xxxii, 809 p. : ill. ; 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.

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Robert Frost is one of the widely read, loved, and misunderstood of modern writers. This book offers an insight into Frost's complex and often highly contradictory thinking about poetics, politics,  Read more...

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