The Road Not Taken: A Selection of Robert Frost's Poems

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Macmillan, 2002 - Poetry - 282 pages
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The best-loved poems from one of American literature's most towering figures

No poet is more emblematically American than Robert Frost. From "The Road Not Taken" to "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," he refined and even defined our sense of what poetry is and what it can do. T. S. Eliot judged him "the most eminent, the most distinguished Anglo-American poet now living," and he is the only writer in history to have been awarded four Pulitzer Prizes.

Henry Holt is proud to announce the republication of four editions of Frost's most beloved work for a new generation of poets and readers.

In this brilliant selection of Frost's classic poems, students and scholars alike will encounter a body of work central to American culture.


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The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost is a narrative poem about a man that is faced with two roads and a decision of which one to take. The poem symbolizes the fact that in life there is always two ... Read full review

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i really love this book i would read it over and over


The Pasture
The Witch of Cods
Ghost House
The Bearer of Evil Tidings
The Runaway
Choose Something Like a Star
My November Guest
Good Hours
My Butterfly
Gathering Leaves

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Robert Frost (1874-1963) is widely regarded as one of America's finest poets. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry on four different occasions, and also served as Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress.

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