Robert Frost won the first of his four Pulitzer Prizes with this collection, published in 1923. It contains some of his most enduring and best-known poems, including "Nothing Gold Can Stay," "Fire and Ice," "The Need of Being Versed in Country Things," and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." Included in this edition are the original woodcut illustrations of rural scenes, done in the Arts and Crafts style by J. J. Lankes.
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"Nothing Gold Can Stay"
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Table of Contents
CONTENTS New Hampshire A Star in a Stone-Boat The Census-Taker The Star-splitter Maple The Ax-Helve The Grindstone Paul's Wife Wild Grapes Place for a Third Two Witches An Empty Threat A Fountain, a Bottle, a Donkey's Ears and Some Books I Will Sing You One-O Fragmentary Blue Fire and Ice In a Disused Graveyard Dust of Snow To E T. Nothing Gold Can Stay The Runaway The Aim Was Song Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening For Once, Then, Something Blue-Butterfly Day The Onset To Earthward Good-by and Keep Cold Two Look at Two Not to Keep A Brook in the City The Kitchen Chimney Looking for a Sunset Bird in Winter A Boundless Moment Evening in a Sugar Orchard Gathering Leaves The Valley's Singing Day Misgiving A Hillside Thaw Plowmen On a Tree Fallen Across the Road Our Singing Strength The Lockless Door The Need of Being Versed in Country Things
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