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Robert Frost
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"You can be a little ungrammatical if you come from the right part of the country."

Robert Frost in Recital (Cassette)
(Robert Frost )
To characterize Robert Frost's poetry is to speak of mastery of not one voice but many voices, and that is most apparent when he is heard reading his poems aloud. He portrays men and women in rural New England and differentiates among them, giving them real feelings and real utterances. That diversity is evident on this recording, which includes Frost's readings at the Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y in New York City.

Robert Frost Reads His Poetry
(Cassette)
Robert Frost reads The Road Not Taken, Birches, Death of a Hired Man, Mending Wall, and many other poems. Made at Frost's home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a feeling that this recording was to be the definitive Frost recording contributed to the fine vitality of this reading.

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