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Known for his favorite themes of New England and nature, Robert Frost may well be the most famous American poet of the 20th century. His classic works include the poems ''The Road Not Taken,'' ''Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,'' ''The Death of the Hired Man,'' and many more. ''Critical Companion to Robert Frost'' is an encyclopedic guide to the life and works of this great American poet. This accessible volume combines extensive critical analysis with in-depth information on Frost's life, providing a one-stop resource for students. Coverage includes: a concise but thorough biography of Frost; entries on every one of Frost's published poems, plays, and important works of prose; criticism and interpretations of Frost's work; entries on related people, places, themes, and topics; and appendixes, including bibliographies of primary and secondary sources and a chronology.
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