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Robert Frost : six essays in appreciation

Author: Greg Kuzma
Publisher: Nacogdoches, TX : Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2014. ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Author of more than twenty books of poems, among them For My Brother, Of China and Of Greece, Good News, McKeever Bridge, The Buffalo Shoot, A Day in the World, and Village Journal, Greg Kuzma has penned Robert Frost: Six Essays in Appreciation, the culmination of a life-long, affectionate study of the Modern American poet, Robert Frost. Kuzma, who recently retired from the English and creative writing faculty at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Robert Frost; Robert Frost; Robert Frost
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Kuzma
ISBN: 1936205718 9781936205714
OCLC Number: 795009545
Description: 138 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Robert Frost's ambitions in "Mowing" --
Embracing the guest at last : Frost's struggle in "My November guest" --
What "The road not taken" really really means, really --
Down, but not out : Robert Frost meets "The oven bird" (and he is it) --
Robert Frost restores the waters to "Hyla Brook" --
A good ear : charting the music of "A young birch."
Responsibility: Greg Kuzma.

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Author of more than twenty books of poems, among them For My Brother, Of China and Of Greece, Good News, McKeever Bridge, The Buffalo Shoot, A Day in the World, and Village Journal, Greg Kuzma has penned Robert Frost: Six Essays in Appreciation, the culmination of a life-long, affectionate study of the Modern American poet, Robert Frost. Kuzma, who recently retired from the English and creative writing faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, provides 21st Century readers both a reintroduction to and a sensitive and enduring commentary of Frost's poetic craft and music. Kuzma offers new points of observation toward reading Frost, and his critical expertise teaches us well--as he taught Frost to his students over the years--why the poet still persists, why his poetry remains necessary. Robert Frost: Six Essays in Appreciation is a significant contribution to an ongoing dialogue on Frost and on American poetics.

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