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Robert Frost poems, life, legacy /

The life and poetry of Robert Frost are presented through an array of exclusive film footage, video clips, photographs, narration and text. Included are 1500 pages of critical and biographical information, ninety minutes of audio performances by Frost himself and an original documentary film on the...

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Other Authors: Mattazoni, Joe., Sheehy, Donald G., Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
Format: Data Disc Book
Language:English
Published: [New York] : Henry Holt, c1997.
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Table of Contents:
  • The risk of spirit / director, Joe Mattazoni ; writers, Robert Seidman, Donald Sheehy ; narrator, Richard Wilbur
  • The poet's voice
  • Complete poems
  • Selected prose
  • Letters
  • Critical reception
  • A restless spirit : the story of Robert Frost / Natalie S. Bober
  • You come too : favorite poems for young readers / Robert Frost.
  • Criticism. Robert Frost and the edge of the clearing / James M. Cox
  • Robert Frost : the clearing in the words / Albert Gelpi
  • Reading Frost / Norman N. Holland
  • From Earth's the right place : the sentence of love / Edward Ingebretsen
  • To the Laodiceans / Randall Jarrell
  • The place is the asylum : women and nature in Robert Frost's poetry / Katherine Kearns
  • Robert Frost and modern poetics / Frank Lentricchia
  • Swinging / George Monteiro
  • From Felix culpa : Frost and Eden / Judith Oster
  • Robert Frost and the poetry of survival / Jay Parini
  • The exception I like to think I am in everything / Richard Poirier
  • Comparing conceptions : Frost and Eddington, Heisenberg, and Bohr / Guy Rotella
  • From Robert Frost : politics in theory and practice / Peter J. Stanlis.
  • Biography. Robert Frost : a biography / Lawrance Thompson and R.H. Winnick
  • Gloucestershire : elected friends / Lesley Lee Francis
  • Robert Frost : elevated play / William H. Pritchard
  • (Re)figuring love : Robert Frost in crisis, 1938-1942 / Donald G. Sheehy.