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eBook Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry ePub

by Lea Newman,Jay Parini

  • ISBN: 1881535398
  • Category: Arts and Literature
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Lea Newman,Jay Parini
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New England Pr Inc; 1st edition (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 138
  • ePub book: 1382 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1834 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 771

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Many of Robert Frost's poems have become part of modern American culture. Lea Newman's Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry is a fascinating exploration of the world of Robert Frost.

Lea Newman taught English for more than twenty-five years. She is now retired and lives in Bennington, Vermont. A wonderful stepping stone into the world of Robert Frost's poetry. a very personal, intelligently focussed discussion of Frost's work. - William Pritchard, author of Frost: A Literary Life Reconsidered. - Carole Thompson, President, The Friends of Robert Frost. The ties that bind word and thing, poem and world, have rarely been so effectively tied.

Many of Robert Frost"s poems have become part of modern American culture. Lea Newman"s Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry is a fascinating exploration of the world of Robert Frost.

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Robert Frost, the farmer-poet of New England, actually spent his formative early years in San Francisco. His mother moved the family east after the death of her husband-a hard-living journalist from whom Robert took his willful perversity. Rarely has Frost's story been told this dexterously, or with a better understanding of the relation of Frost's personal crises to his accomplishment as a poet. Parini makes generous use of Frost's verse, often quoting entire poems, but avoids treating the poems as if they were mere transcriptions of the poet's experience.

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The People, Places and Stories Behind His New England Poetry. Lea Newman, a literary scholar of considerable talent, has provided something very special here for readers and admirers of Robert Frost and his poetry

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Ciffin, Robert P. Tristram. New Poetry of New England: Frost and Robinson. Human Values in the Poetry of Robert Frost : A Study of a Poet’s Convictions. New York : Russell & Russell, 1938, 148 p. (811 Cof). Cook, Reginald Lansing. Duke University Press, 1960, 242 p. (811 Nit).

"Mending Wall." "The Road Not Taken." "Birches." Many of Robert Frost's poems have become part of modern American culture. Frost used the pleasures and trials of rural New England life to create poetry of universal meaning and appeal. Lea Newman's Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry is a fascinating exploration of the world of Robert Frost. Concise essays accompanying each of thiry-six of Frost's early New England poems invite readers to discover the life and work of America's favorite poet.

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Ddilonyne Ddilonyne
A wonderful book that gives a person a glimpse into the life of Robert Frost. A must have for any Frost fan.
Jack Jack
For anyone who love Robert Frost poetry this book is an amazingly wonderful read. With each poem is an article telling about the circumstances when the poem was written. In this way more understanding of the poem evolves.
Ueledavi Ueledavi
Leah Newman's Robert Frost: The People, Places, and Stories Behind His New England Poetry provides an invaluable companion to the beloved poetry of Robert Frost. Newman not only provides the context of Frost's personal history as a backdrop for his poetry, but also provides key literary references, literary criticism, and annotations on the reception of his work in his lifetime. The essays accompanying Frost's poems are lively and warm, often punctuated by Frost's own words. Newman brings Frost's relationships to his family and his work to life in this collection, without diminishing the richness or subtlety of his poetry. I highly recommend this volume to life-long students of Frost's work as well as newcomers.