Frost: A Dissenting Opinion

September 1944
New Republic;9/11/44, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p312
Focuses on various literary works of American poet, Robert Frost. Awards received by him including the Pulitzer Prizes and Loins Prize for poetry; Discussion of the memorial volume "Recognition of Robert Frost"; Growth in the U.S. of a narrow nationalism that has spread from politics into literature; Depiction of Frost by his admirers as a sort of Sunday-school paragon; Poems written in the English countryside used the language that is spoken north of Boston.


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