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  • Robert Frost

    Robert Frost, who lived from March 26, 1874 to January 29, 1963, was a winner of 4 Pulitzer prizes and one of America's best loved poets. This selection of his poems is a short walk through the variety of his simplistic natural themes and complex social understandings. (Summary by Becky Miller, Canal Winchester,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    Robert Frost (1874-1963) was the most celebrated poet in America for most of the twentieth century. Although chiefly associated with the life and landscapes of New England, his work embodies penetrating and often dark explorations of universal themes. New Hampshire features Frost's meditations on rural life, love, and death, delivered in the voice of a soft-spoken New Englander. Critics have long marveled at the poet's gift for capturing the speech of the region's natives and his realistic evocations of the area's landscapes. This compilation first published in 1923 earned Frost the first of his four Pulitzer Prizes, and includes several of his best-known poems: 'Stopping by Woods on a...read more

  • Robert Frost

    New Hampshire is a collection of poems by Robert Frost first published in 1923 by Henry Holt. It contains a number of his best known poems, including 'Fire and Ice', 'Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening', 'Nothing Gold Can Stay', and “For Once, Then, Something”. The collection is organized into three sections: the poem “New Hampshire”, a group of poems labeled “Notes”, and a second group labeled “Grace Notes”. New Hampshire is considered Frost’s tour de force and cemented his reputation as America’s greatest poet. The book won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1924. If you want to understand what Frost was up to and why he is considered so highly, this is the book to...read more

  • Robert Frost

    A Boy's Will was Frost's first collection of poems, published in 1913 and introduced the world to this remarkable poet. This first book of early writings is representative of his focus on subjects of nature and love. Robert Frost is probably one of America's most well-known poets and four of his poetry volumes were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for...read more

  • Robert Frost

    They are icons of the literary world whose soaring works have been discussed and analyzed in countless classrooms, homes, and pubs. Yet for most readers, the living, breathing human beings behind the classics have remained unknown—until now. In this utterly captivating book, Dr. Elliot Engel, a leading authority on the lives of great authors, illuminates the fascinating and flawed members of literature’s elite. In lieu of stuffy biographical sketches, Engel provides fascinating anecdotes. You’ll never look at these literary giants the same way...read more

  • Robert Frost

    Robert Frost, who lived from March 26, 1874 to January 29, 1963, was a winner of 4 Pulitzer prizes and one of America’s best loved poets. This selection of his poems is a short walk through the variety of his simplistic natural themes and complex social...read more

  • Robert Frost

    One of the first collections of poetry by Robert Frost, published in 1914. (Summary written by...read more

  • Robert Frost

    The United States themselves are, essentially, the greatest poem' said Walt Whitman. Here are the much-loved examples of the free spirit of America in all its...read more

  • Robert Frost

    LibriVox volunteers bring you twenty-three different recordings of Fire and Ice, by Robert Frost. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of August 27th,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of Birches by Robert Frost. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for February 21st,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of My November Guest by Robert Frost. This was the fortnightly poetry project for November 16th to 30th,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    LibriVox volunteers bring you 41 different recordings of Good Hours by Robert Frost. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of September 9th,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of The Hillside Thaw by Robert Frost. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for May 5th,...read more

  • Robert Frost

    "Home Burial" is a poem about a man and woman who baby has died. It tells of the burial, how the parents react to this death, particularly their lack of communication. This piece is especially poignant given that Frost's son Elliot died at age 4, his daughter Elinor Bettina died when she was a few days old, his wife experienced a miscarriage, two of his daughters suffered mental breakdowns and died, and his son Carol committed...read more

  • William Shakespeare

    For centuries poetry has provided a light in times of darkness. For Abraham Lincoln that light was Mortality. For Winston Churchill it was The Charge of the Light Brigade. For Nelson Mandela it was Invictus. Now, Rob Redenbach recites a selection of ten classic poems that provide timeless advice for keeping your head 'when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you.' The best-selling author of What I Didn't Learn at Harvard, Rob Redenbach is a talented and versatile communicator. Listed by Business Review Weekly as one of Australia's top-10 conference speakers, Rob's first audiobook Poetry For Men (who thought they'd never like poetry) was described by award winning...read more