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The poetry of Robert Frost : the collected poems, complete and unabridged

Author: Robert Frost; Edward Connery Lathem
Publisher: New York : H. Holt, 1979, ©1969.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Owl book edView all editions and formats
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Edward Connery Lathem, a Frost scholar and a close friend of the poet, has scrupulously annotated the more than 350 poems in this volume. His notes include bibliographical information on the publication of the poems and specify the textual changes Frost himself made over the years. This authoritative collection has stood as the standard Frost compendium since its first publication in 1969. --back of book
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Named Person: Robert Frost; Robert Frost
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Frost; Edward Connery Lathem
ISBN: 0805005021 9780805005028 0805005013 9780805005011 0805069860 9780805069860
OCLC Number: 19052558
Notes: "An Owl Book."
Includes index.
Description: xx, 607 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Contents: The pasture --
A boy's will. Into my own --
Ghost house --
My November guest --
Love and a question --
A late walk --
Stars --
Storm fear --
Wind and window flower --
To the thawing wind --
A prayer in spring --
Flower-gathering --
Rose pogonias --
Waiting --
In a vale --
A dream pang --
In neglect --
The vantage point --
Mowing --
Going for water --
Revelation --
The trial by existence --
The tuft of flowers --
Pan with us --
The demiurge's laugh --
Now close the windows --
In hardwood groves --
A line-storm song --
October --
My butterfly --
Reluctance --
North of Boston. Mending wall --
The death of the hired man --
The mountain --
A hundred collars --
Home burial --
The black cottage --
Blueberries --
A servant to servants --
After apple-picking --
The code --
The generations of men --
The housekeeper --
The fear --
The self-seeker --
The wood-pile --
Good hours --
Mountain interval. The road not taken --
Christmas trees --
An old man's winter night --
The exposed nest --
A patch of old snow --
In the home stretch --
The telephone --
Meeting and passing --
Hyla brook --
The oven bird --
Bond and free --
Birches --
Pea brush --
Putting in the seed --
A time to talk --
The cow in apple time --
An encounter --
Range-finding --
The hill wife. Loneliness --
House fear --
The smile --
The oft-repeated dream --
The impulse --
The bonfire --
A girl's garden --
Locked out --
The last word of a bluebird --
"Out, out-" --
Brown's descent --
The gum-gatherer --
The line-gang --
The vanishing red --
Snow --
The sound of trees --
New Hampshire. A star in a stoneboat --
The census-taker --
The star-splitter --
Maple --
The ax-helve --
The grindstone --
Paul's wife --
Wild grapes --
Place for a third --
Two witches. The witch of Coös --
The pauper witch of Grafton --
An empty threat --
A fountain, a bottle, a donkey's ears, and some books --
I will sing you one-o --
Fragmentary blue --
Fire and ice --
In a disused graveyard --
Dust of snow --
To E. T. --
Nothing gold can stay --
The runaway --
The aim was song --
Stopping by woods on a snowy evening --
For once, then, something --
Blue-butterfly day --
The onset --
To earthward --
Good-by and keep cold --
Two look at two --
Not to keep --
A brook in the city --
The kitchen chimney --
Looking for a sunset bird in winter --
A boundless moment --
Evening in a sugar orchard --
Gathering leaves --
The valley's singing day --
Misgiving --
A hillside thaw --
Plowmen --
On a tree fallen across the road Our singing strength --
The lockless door --
The need of being versed in country things --
West-running brook. Spring pools --
The freedom of the moon --
The rose family --
Fireflies in the garden --
Atmosphere --
Devotion --
On going unnoticed --
The cocoon --
A passing glimpse --
A peck of gold --
Acceptance --
Once by the Pacific --
Lodged --
A minor bird --
Bereft --
Tree at my window --
The peaceful shepherd --
The thatch --
A winder Eden --
The flood --
Acquainted with the night --
The lovely shall be choosers --
West-running brook --
Sand dunes --
Canis Major --
A soldier --
Immigrants --
Hannibal --
The flower boat --
The times table --
The investment --
The last mowing --
The birthplace --
The door in the dark --
Dust in the eyes --
Sitting by a bush in broad sunlight --
The armful --
What fifty said --
Riders --
On looking up by chance at the constellations --
The bear --
The egg and the machine --
A further range. A lone striker --
Two tramps in mud time --
The white-tailed hornet --
A blue ribbon at Amesbury --
A drumlin woodchuck --
The gold hesperidee --
In time of cloudburst --
A roadside stand --
Departmental --
The old barn at the bottom of the fogs --
On the heart's beginning to cloud the mind --
The figure in the doorway --
At Woodward's gardens --
A record stride --
Lost in heaven --
Desert places --
Leaves compared with flowers --
A leaf-treader --
On taking from the top to broaden the base --
They were welcome to their belief --
The strong are saying nothing --
The master speed --
Moon compasses --
Neither out far nor in deep --
Voice ways --
Design --
On a bird singing in its sleep --
Afterflakes --
Clear and colder --
Unharvested --
There are roughly zones --
A trial run --
Not quite social --
Provide, provide --
Ten mills. Precaution --
The span of life --
The Wrights' biplane --
Evil tendencies cancel --
Pertinax --
Waspish --
One guess --
The hardship of accounting --
Not all there --
In divés' dive --
The vindictives --
The bearer of evil tidings --
Iris by night --
Build soil --
To a thinker --
A missive missile --
A witness tree. Beech --
Sycamore --
The silken tent --
All revelation --
Happiness makes up in height for what it lacks in length --
Come in --
I could give all to time --
Carpe diem --
The wind and the rain --
The most of it --
Never again would birds' song be the same --
The subverted flower --
Willful homing --
A cloud shadow --
The quest of the purple-fringed --
The discovery of the madeiras --
The gift outright --
Triple bronze --
Our hold on the planet --
To a young wretch --
The lesson for today --
Time out To a moth seen in winter --
A considerable speck --
The lost follower --
November --
The rabbit-hunter --
A loose mountain --
It is almost the year two thousand --
In a poem --
On our sympathy with the under dog --
A question --
Boeotian --
The secret sits --
An equalizer --
A semi-revolution --
Assurance --
An answer --
Trespass --
A nature note --
Of the stones of the place --
Not of school age --
A serious step lightly taken --
The literate farmer and the planet Venus --
Steeple bush. A young birch --
Something for hope --
One step backward taken --
Directive --
Too anxious for rivers --
An unstamped letter in our rural letter box --
To an ancient --
Five nocturnes. The night light --
Were I in trouble --
Bravado --
On making certain anything has happened --
In the long night --
A mood apart --
The fear of god --
The fear of man --
A steeple on the house --
Innate helium --
The courage to be new --
Iota subscript --
The middleness of the road --
Astrometaphysical --
Skeptic --
Two leading lights --
A rogers group --
On being idolized --
A wish to comply --
A cliff dwelling --
It bids pretty fair --
Beyond words --
A case for Jefferson --
Lucretius versus the lake poets --
Haec fabula docet --
Etherealizing --
Why wait for science --
Any size we please --
An importer --
The planners --
No holy wars for them --
Bursting rapture --
U. S. 1946 king's x --
The ingenuities of debt --
The broken drought --
To the right person --
Take something like a star --
From plane to plane --
In the clearing. Pod of the milkweed --
Away! --
A cabin in the clearing --
Closed for good --
America is hard to see --
One more brevity --
Escapist --
never --
For John F. Kennedy his inauguration --
Accidentally on purpose --
A never naught song --
Version --
A concept self-conceived --
[Forgive, o lord...] --
Kitty Hawk --
Auspex --
The draft horse --
Ends --
Peril of hope --
Questioning faces --
Does no one at all ever feel this way in the least? --
The bad island-Easter --
Our doom to bloom --
The objection to being stepped on --
A-wishing well --
How hard it is to keep from being king when it's in you and in the situation --
Lines written in dejection on the eve of great success --
The Milky Way is a cowpath --
Some science fiction --
Quandary --
A reflex --
In a glass of cider --
From iron --
[Four-room shack...] --
[But outer space...] --
On being chosen poet of Vermont --
[We vainly wrestle...] --
[It takes all sorts...] --
[In winter in the woods...] --
A masque of reason --
A masque of mercy.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: edited by Edward Connery Lathem.

Abstract:

Edward Connery Lathem, a Frost scholar and a close friend of the poet, has scrupulously annotated the more than 350 poems in this volume. His notes include bibliographical information on the publication of the poems and specify the textual changes Frost himself made over the years. This authoritative collection has stood as the standard Frost compendium since its first publication in 1969. --back of book

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