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Publication Date: 03/30/2010

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416 pages

6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Introduction
  • Abbreviations
  • 1. Articles and Editorials from the Lawrence, Massachusetts, High School Bulletin (1891–92)
    • [Five Unsigned Editorials (September 1891)]
    • [Two Unsigned Editorials (October 1891)]
    • [Three Unsigned Editorials (November 1891)]
    • Petra and Its Surroundings (December 1891)
    • Physical Culture (December 1891)
    • The Charter Oak at Hartford (December 1891)
    • M. Bonner, Deceased (December 1891)
    • [Three Unsigned Editorials (December 1891)]
    • L.H.S.D.U. Unofficial Report (December 1891)
    • [Four Editorials (May 1892)]
    • A Monument to After-Thought Unveiled (June 1892)
  • 2. [The American About and Abroad (1895)]
  • 3. [Children’s Stories]
  • 4. Stories for The Eastern Poultryman and Farm-Poultry (1903–1905)
    • Trap Nests (February 1903)
    • A Just Judge (March 1903)
    • A Start in the Fancy ( July 1903)
    • The Question of a Feather ( July 15, 1903)
    • Old Welch Goes to the Show (August 15, 1903)
    • The Original and Only (September 1, 1903)
    • Three Phases of the Poultry Industry (December 15, 1903)
    • The Cockerel Buying Habit (February 1, 1904)
    • “The Same Thing Over and Over” (March 1, 1904)
    • The Universal Chicken Feed (April 1, 1904)
    • Dalkins’ Little Indulgence—A Christmas Story (December 15, 1905)
  • 5. Three Articles Associated with Pinkerton Academy (1906–1910)
    • [Article for the Pinkerton Academy Catalogue (1906–07)]
    • [Drama at Pinkerton: A Series of Entertainments for the Benefit of the Academy Critic (1910)]
    • [Description of English Curriculum, Pinkerton Academy Catalogue (1910–11)]
  • 6. [Remarks on Form in Poetry (1919)]
  • 7. [Address before the Amherst Alumni Council (1919)]
  • 8. [Address in Memory of J. Warner Fobes (December 1, 1920)]
  • 9. [Some Definitions by Robert Frost (1923)]
  • 10. [Preface to Memoirs of the Notorious Stephen Burroughs (1924)]
  • 11. The Poetry of Amy Lowell (1925)
  • 12. [Marion Leroy Burton and Education (1925)]
  • 13. [Introduction to The Arts Anthology: Dartmouth Verse 1925]
  • 14. [Poet—One of the Truest (1928)]
  • 15. [Introduction to The Cow’s in the Corn (1929)]
  • 16. [Preface to A Way Out (1929)]
  • 17. [Address at the Dedication of the Davison Memorial Library (1930)]
  • 18. Education by Poetry: A Meditative Monologue (1931)
  • 19. [Autobiographical Sketch (1933)]
  • 20. [Comment on “Birches” (1933)]
  • 21. [“Letter” to The Amherst Student (1935)]
  • 22. [Introduction to King Jasper (1935)]
  • 23. [Contribution to Books We Like (1936)]
  • 24. [Introduction to Sarah Cleghorn’s Threescore (1936)]
  • 25. [Contribution to The Stag at Ease (1938)]
  • 26. [Letter to the Editor of New Hampshire: A Guide to the Granite State (1938)]
  • 27. The Doctrine of Excursions (1939)
  • 28. The Figure a Poem Makes (1939)
  • 29. [Remarks Accepting the Gold Medal of the National Institute of Arts and Letters (1939)]
  • 30. The Last Refinement of Subject Matter: Vocal Imagination (1941?)
  • 31. [Preface to a Selection of His Poems (1942)]
  • 32. [Essay on the Divine Right of Kings (1943?)]
  • 33. [Contribution to 25th Anniversary Bread Loaf Booklet (1944)]
  • 34. The Four Beliefs (1944)
  • 35. [Preface to “The Death of the Hired Man” (1945)]
  • 36. The Constant Symbol (1946)
  • 37. Speaking of Loyalty (1948)
  • 38. [Preface to A Masque of Mercy (1947)]
  • 39. A Romantic Chasm (1948)
  • 40. [Unpublished Contribution to Understanding Poetry (1950)]
  • 41. [Letter to the American Booksellers’ Association (1950)]
  • 42. [Contribution to The World’s Best (1950)]
  • 43. [Poetry and School (1951)]
  • 44. [Unfinished Preface to an Unpublished Collection of Poems by Hervey Allen (1951)]
  • 45. [Contribution to The Tufts Weekly (1952)]
  • 46. The Hear-Say Ballad (1953)
  • 47. The Prerequisites (1954)
  • 48. [Message to the Poets of Japan (1954)]
  • 49. [Caveat Poeta (1955?)]
  • 50. [Perfect Day—A Day of Prowess (1956)]
  • 51. [Message to the Poets of Korea (1957)]
  • 52. Maturity No Object (1957)
  • 53. [Preface to A Swinger of Birches, by Sidney Cox (First Version and Published Version, 1957)]
  • 54. [Contribution to Esquire’s Symposium on “What Worries You Most about America Today?” (1958)]
  • 55. Merrill Moore (1958)
  • 56. [Statement of Robert Frost in the Case of the United States of America versus Ezra Pound (1958)]
  • 57. [Remarks on Being Appointed Consultant to the Library of Congress (1958?)]
  • 58. The Way There (1958?)
  • 59. [Unpublished Preface to an Expanded North of Boston (1958?)]
  • 60. [Letter to the Editor of Poetry (1958)]
  • 61. Dorothy Canfield (1958)
  • 62. [List of Five Favorite Books (1958)]
  • 63. [On Emerson (1959)]
  • 64. The Future of Man (1959)
  • 65. The Future of Man (Unpublished Version [1959])
  • 66. [Talk and Reading, 25th Anniversary Dinner of the Academy of American Poets (1959)]
  • 67. [A Poet’s Boyhood (1960)]
  • 68. [A New England Tribute (1961)]
  • 69. [Shakespeare Festival of Washington (1961)]
  • 70. [Tribute to Ernest Hemingway (1961)]
  • 71. [Comments on “Choose Something Like a Star” (1962)]
  • 72. [Tribute to William Faulkner (1962)]
  • 73. [Comments on “The Cold War Is Being Won” (1962)]
  • 74. [Statement Concerning the Beginning of His Career (1963)]
  • 75. [Press Release on Being Awarded the Bollingen Prize (1963)]
  • 76. [Statement Written for the 53rd Annual Dinner of the Poetry Society of America ( January 17, 1963)]
  • Editorial Principles
  • Notes
  • Line-End Hyphenation
  • Acknowledgments
  • General Index
  • Index of Items by Title

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