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The flip side of Frost

The first critical edition of the poet's varied, often playful prose

Robert Frost, shown above circa 1915, wrote to his son that 'you can say a lot in prose that verse won't let you say.' Robert Frost, shown above circa 1915, wrote to his son that "you can say a lot in prose that verse won't let you say."
By William H. Pritchard
March 2, 2008

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The Collected Prose of Robert Frost Edited by Mark Richardson Belknap/Harvard University, 378 pp., $39.95 A year ago "The Notebooks of Robert Frost" appeared, the first of a number of works by Frost to be published by Harvard University's Belknap Press. Now, following on its heels, comes this welcome edition of Frost's prose, 76 items ranging from a paragraph to ... (Full article: 992 words)

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