Robert Frost's first book of poetry.
Frost weaves together themes of innocence and experience, love and joy and pain, in a sequence of poems that relate to each other while also standing alone as vivid, fresh expressions of intense feeling that speak as freshly today as they did when they were written. This volume includes some of his best-known and best-loved works, such as "Wind and Window Flower", "Love and a Question", "Storm Fear", and "October". As we move from poem to poem, it is fascinating to hear a young master discovering his voice.
(P)2008 Robert Bethune