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... in a field . J. J. Lankes got Frost's country down . And Lankes went and did the same for his own adopted home , Virginia . Nobody could ask for more of a contrast . Virginia is soft where New England is hard .
He caught the apocalyptic splendor of Maine's mornings , our rock - candy houses , our fields like new patches on old pants . He got the lusty lines on our handsome he - men , the right angles of our heads and our jaws .
D. 1602 Some village Hampden that with dauntless breast The little tyrant of his fields withstood , Some mute inglorious Milton here may rest , Some Cromwell guiltless of his country's blood . 1 DOM G LA BARBR SHOP CE Th ' applause.
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Reprint of what may once have been one of the most familiar poems in English from the 18th century. At a time when few could read in England, one of its most educated sons, and the companion of Horace ... Read full review