Jarrell, Randall
November 1953
New Republic;11/2/53, Vol. 129 Issue 14, p27
The article presents information on the book "Poetry and the Age," by Randall Jarell. It exhibits fully the qualities that made Jarrell the most powerful reviewer of poetry active in this country for the last decade. The second essay on Robert Frost is nothing much but thirty pages of quoted poems and passages, with detailed comment. It exhibits fully the qualities that made Jarrell the most powerful reviewer of poetry active in this country for the last decade and in its chief triumphs.


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