Published by Rutgers University Press New Brunswick, New Jersey (188 pgs) Copyright 1973 by Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey Frost's ideas on the art of poetry, technique, and theory.
Published by Yale University Press New Haven, CT 06520-9040 (208 pgs) Copyright 1960 by Yale University, Frost's use of nature. Comparison of Frost and Wordsworth.
Published by The University Press of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506-0336 (176 pages) Copyright 1988 by The University Press of Kentucky All rights reserved by UPK. Reproduced here by permission of the publisher.
Transcript of a conversation with Frost and Cecil Day Lewis, 1957 Reprinted from Claremont Quarterly, 1958 Frost speaks about style, form and the art of writing; the use of idiom and vernacular. Frost explains his phrase "a momentary stay against confusion." Where does a poem come from? The use of narrative and drama. Science, Religion and Gossip.
Article in The New York Times, October 27, 1957 Frost became a familiar figure in Washington, D. C. in the late 1950's culminating with his appointment as Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress during the Eisenhower Administration. Here Frost talks about the United Nations and politics.
Article from the Williams Record, October 1960 Reprinted courtesy of the Williams Record, Williams College and the author, now Prof. Stephen F. Brumberg of Brooklyn College, CUNY Frost visits Williams College and talks with students. "Mending Wall" discussed.
Article from Yankee Magazine, November 1955. reprinted with permission Reminiscences of a colleague in Ripton, Vt.
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