Baily, Cate
September 2001
Scholastic Scope;9/3/2001, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p27
Presents guidelines for interpreting the poem 'Nothing Gold Can Stay,' by Robert Frost. Tips for understanding the first line; Explanation of the comparison of the leaf with a flower; Insights on class discussions on the poem.


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