The collected prose of robert frost offers an extensive and illuminating body of work ranging from juvenilia frosts contributions to his high school bulletin to the charming chicken stories he wrote as a young family man for the eastern poultryman and farm poultry to such famous essays as the figure a poem makes and the . As a near comprehensive definitive and convenient edition of frosts prose the collected prose of robert frost is an invaluable tool its critical introduction and notes are superb graceful perspicacious focused discriminating and deeply informed. During his lifetime robert frost notoriously resisted collecting his prose going so far as to halt the publication of one prepared compilation and to lose the transcripts of the charles eliot norton lectures he delivered at harvard in 1936. A major contribution to the field the collected prose of robert frost is a first rate work of editorial scholarship that gains from the editors comprehensive and intimate familiarity with frosts life and work as well as with the vast secondary literature on both. The collected prose of robert frost edited by mark richardson did you know that robert frost for the period of a couple years wrote a series of short stories about chickens for a poultry magazine
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