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“The Poems of Robert Frost”

"American poet considered one of the founders of modern poetry in his country, for expressing, with philosophical simplicity and sentimental depth, the life and emotions of the New England rural man."

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The poems of Robert Frost. — New York: Randon House, [1946?]. — 445 pages ; 18 cm. — (The Modern Library of the World's Best Books).

PS 3511.R94 A6 1946