THE PASTORAL ART OF ROBERT FROST

 

by John F. Lynen

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Published by Yale University Press                                                Chapter 5  "Nature and Pastoralism"
New Haven, CT 06520-9040 (208 pgs)                                           pages 140 through 161 reproduced here  
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Note from the Frost Free Library
 
The Pastoral Art of Robert Frost by John F. Lynen is a integral work in the Frost canon. The book is well worth reading in its entirety for insight into the use of pastoralism as a poetic device. Lynen's observation of how Frost uses nature in his poetry is particularly useful. We believe Chapter 5 is of special interest concerning Frost's use of the rural landscape. We wish to thank Yale University Press for permission to reproduce this chapter. It is a welcome addition to the Frost Free Library.
 
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