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And one critic who gets into the papers pretty often wrote a long criticism of Frost , lately , in which he took pains to show how Robert Frost has never written a line of poetry and how , a being the man he is , he never can . viii.
being the man he is , he never can . That's why I thought of the carpenter and the hired man . Frost once told me how he discovered the man to do the woodcuts for his New England georgics . It was just a simple scene he saw .
There were the sudden tall angels of elms touching their wing tips over barns and stonewalls that never seem like things that have to be built but things that just happen of their own accord , just as the brooks and the dandelions ...
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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