Bibliography Of Robert Frost
Robert Frost, a popular American poet is well known for his mastery of colloquial American language. His contributions are primarily set up in the rural background in New England. Robert Frost has been honored with 4 Pulitzer Prizes for his wonderful poems.
Bibliography of some of the works of Robert Frost:
“The Road Not Taken” is one of the most popular poems of this gifted poet. It talks about a person walking in a forest meeting a crossroad. He is sure the way he chose and is uncertain about what could be his experience of taking the unknown road.
He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for “New Hampshire”, “Collected Poems”, “A Further Range” and “A Witness Tree”.
Some of the other popular poems:
- After Apple-Picking
- A Brook in the City
- Evening in a Sugar Orchard
- Fireflies in the Garden
- Fire and Ice (1920)
- A Hundred Collars
- In Hardwood Groves
- A Late Walk
- Leaves Compared with Flowers
- Mending Wall
- The Runaway
- Neither Out Far Nor in Deep
- Hard Not To Be King
- From snow to snow
- A Masque of Reason
- A Way Out
- A Masque of Mercy
- The Cow's in the Corn
Some of the prose works include:
- The Letters of Robert Frost to Louis Untermeyer
- Selected Letters of Robert Frost
- Interviews with Robert Frost
- Family Letters of Robert and Elinor Frost
- Robert Frost and Sidney Cox: Forty Years of Friendship
- The Notebooks of Robert Frost. Robert Faggen has edited this work.
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