- The bottom line. // Wenatchee Business Journal;Sep97, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p52
Quotes poet Robert Frost on people's thoughts about work.
- `Not quite all, my dear': Gender and voice in Frost. Sheehy, Donald G. // Texas Studies in Literature & Language;Winter94, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p403
Discusses the relationship between man and nature as reflected in the poetry of Robert Frost. Human love as a catalyst to a spiritual union with nature; Embodiment of emotions and ideas in husband and wife images; Dichotomy as complementarity.
- Poet on the fault line. Updike, John // New Yorker;03/15/99, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p84
Reviews various biographies of poet Robert Frost. Includes `Robert Frost: A Literary Life Reconsidered,' by William H. Pritchard; `Robert Frost: A Life,' by Henry Holt; `Robert Frost,' by Jeffrey Meyers.
- Frost's Walls. Dorritie, Dan // Natural History;Aug88, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to Stephen Jay Gould's column on Robert Frost's 'Mending Wall' in the June 1988 issue.
- Untitled. Frost, Robert // So's Your Old Lady;Sep1979, Issue 22, p14
Presents the poem an untitled poem by Robert Frost. First Line: "The woods are lovely, dark and deep; Last Line: And miles to go before I sleep.
- The other other Frost. Logan, William // New Criterion;Jun95, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p21
Provides a critique of some of American poet Robert Frost's works. Includes `The Code'; `A Hundred Collars'; `The Draft Horse'; `Sand Dunes'; `The Strong Are Saying Nothing.'
- NEW ENGLAND: By the Numbers. // Yankee;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p24
The article presents information related to poet Robert Frost.
- 'Home Is the Place'. // Yankee;Jun2002, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the conversion of Robert Frost's house into a museum in Shaftbury, Vermont. Conversion of house into museum in honor of Frost; Fund raising of Friends of Robert Frost a nonprofit organization to purchase the 1979 Cape; Plan for opening of the museum.
- Muse. Frost, Richard // Gettysburg Review;Spring2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p18
The poem "Muse," by Richard Frost is presented. First Line: Alone in bed in my old house; Last Line: the china bird that flew from a shelf.